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Stetson's Storm

Lasso Springs, Volume 3
Narrated by: Vicki Pierce
Length: 8 hrs and 13 mins
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Summary

Five years ago, hunky rodeo star Stetson Scott left town, never looking back, convinced he had no reason to stay. He unknowingly left behind more than just a love...so much more. 

Storm McCrory's heart was ripped out that same day. Now Stetson is back in town. He's shocked to find not just Storm McCrory living in poverty, but his son, the son he never knew, both shunned by most of the town. 

Will Storm allow Stetson to help her and be a father to his son, or will her stubborn pride get in the way of their true love?

©2011 Kathleen Ball (P)2018 ACX

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  • Martha Dunlap
  • 19-01-19

Loved this story.

I finished listening to "Stetson's Storm" last night. It is such a good story filled with drama, tension (you know the kind when you are trying to tell the character not to do that), and love. It has twists and turns. And then an adorable 3 year boy is added. If you haven't read or listen to this story, please get a copy. And keep a tissue box handy.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-01-19

narration of young child ruins this book

the nararation of the 4 year old child in this was painful to listen to. the child came off as being barely 2 (childish , babyish, immature for age and very high pitched) it wasn't the dialogue that was bad it was the voice, very hard to listen to and as the child had a lot of dialogue throughout the book so it really killed the whole thing for me