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Summary

In the second book in number one New York Times best selling author Sandra Brown’s beloved Texas! trilogy, listeners meet another son of the troubled Tyler clan - Chase Tyler, a man hardened by life and desperately trying to outrun the sorrows of his past.

Chase Tyler has been the object of Marcie Johns’s desire since grade school. But when it came time to settle down, the handsome, laconic cowboy chose another woman to be his bride. Life was good for Chase - until things took an abrupt and tragic turn. Ravaged by grief, Chase has become a lost and embittered soul, a man without purpose, compassion, or hope.

Then fate intercedes, reuniting Chase and Marcie, who was an unwitting player in Chase’s unfathomable family tragedy. Guilt weighs heavily on Marcie, but she’s also convinced that only the strength of her love can pull Chase back from the abyss. She’s willing to risk everything on a daring plan to rescue his business, save his life, and bring them together at last.

©1991 Sandra Brown (P)2010 Random House

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"Lively... some of her very best [writing]... the strong plot is heightened by Ms. Brown's trademark sensuality." ( Rave Reviews)

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  • Robin
  • 18-02-21

Enjoyed the book, but narrator did the wrong accent

Talented voice actress, but the accent was Deep South, not Texan. There is a big difference, and it drove me nuts, as a Texan. I did enjoy the story, though, just had to look past the characters not “speaking” authentic Texan.

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  • Pamela Haskins
  • 03-11-19

Loved it , but...

Texas! Chase delivers most of everthing you expect from Sandra Brown except well developed intrigue.

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  • Lisa
  • 15-07-14

draws you into the raw emotions

i love all of Sandra browns books and this book pulls at your heart. You can really feel the torn emotions of this book and wonder how you would react. Story keeps you reading and hoping.

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  • Eric
  • 30-12-12

loved it

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes very good book tugged at the heart.

What other book might you compare Texas! Chase to and why?

brides of prairie gold,,was also a book of lonely people looking for love and acceptance.

Which scene was your favorite?

when she was in the hospital and he knew he loved her..

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes

Any additional comments?

the book was very good with good story line.

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  • kitty
  • 04-06-12

great series

Would you consider the audio edition of Texas! Chase to be better than the print version?

I only listened to the book and I enjoyed it, as I do with most audio books. Makes them come alive

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  • PAM ONEIL
  • 12-11-10

Loved it

Another best for Sandra Brown, Narrator was great too. I love to listen to all of her books.

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  • Ken Wardlaw
  • 03-11-21

such fun

I live in NE Texas and hearing them mention towns in my area, especially the flea market in Canton where I'm a vendor added a fun side to this series. I always love Sandra Brown's books but these are special to me.

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  • Triplet Nana
  • 06-08-21

Liked the storyline but not the characters

I like all of Sandra Browns books including this one but not too crazy about Chase. He seemed cruel & Marci seemed a little unhinged at times with her lifelong obsession with him. He seemed cruel & she had no pride for a woman who has a successful career & is very intelligent.

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  • Ann McCambridge
  • 07-07-21

Enjoyable Read

This the first book I've read by this author. Now I need to get book one. The story was interesting and the characters flawed. At times I wanted to kick Chase for being a jersey, but he certainly around. I also enjoyed the narrator, this being the first time I have heard her.

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  • Kathy
  • 25-03-16

One of Sandra Browns Major Failure

Stupid female lead chasing arrogant selfish male lead. That pretty much sums it up. I’m a SB fan, most of her books are good, a few exceptional, and once in a while a complete dud. Save your credit and pass on this one.