The Blacksmith is the third book in the Redbourne Series, but takes place seven years prior to The Rancher and The Bounty Hunter.
She wanted a fresh start...
Grace Nolan left the city for the small town of Stone Creek, Kansas, but wants nothing to do with the legends surrounding her family's name there. However, when her new life is threatened, she must follow a map that will lead her to the truth with the aid of the one man whose very touch promises forever.
He'd lost all hope...
Ethan Redbourne has secluded himself away from the world since a horrible accident left him scarred and bitter toward the man responsible. But when his help is enlisted by the spirited woman next door to help in the hunt for a legendary treasure, the fire in her emerald eyes reignites hope in the forges of his heart.
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Sweet and Touching!
Ethan and Grace’s story was so sweet and touching. They were both such amazing characters and so perfect for each other. I absolutely loved this story. There were some good twists and turns in it that kept me riveted and I had a difficult time putting it down. Of course Troy Duran’s narration made it that much more enjoyable with his marvelous voices and emotions. It is always a pleasure to listen to him narrate. I look forward to the next book in this wonderful series.
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Third Time's a Charm!
What made the experience of listening to The Blacksmith the most enjoyable?
The continuing story of the Redbourne brothers.
Which character – as performed by Troy Duran – was your favorite?
I loved Ethan and Jack!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Ethan gave his Christmas presents to the family.
Any additional comments?
A GREAT installment of the Redbourne family saga! I cannot wait for more books!
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