She's a cutting-edge travel blogger - he's a fishing guide with strong ties to their small hometown.
She thought they were arch enemies - he always thought they'd end up together.
Autumn grew up in her parents' fishing resort in backwoods Oregon, listening to wild travel stories from around the world. Now she's broken free and living her dream as a travel blogger, that is until her mom talks her into coming home and writing a blog about the Rugged Resort. Autumn's very surprised to find Cory still there. He was the thorn in her side growing up, and now he's buddy-buddy with her parents. She plans to write her blog and hit the road, but Cory has other ideas.
What listeners say about The Cowboy Kiss
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- Denise Weigant
Cute little fiction
What made the experience of listening to The Cowboy Kiss the most enjoyable?
It was a nice, quick listen.
Which character – as performed by Rosanna Weigant – was your favorite?
Her other books are better, but maybe it's just content. I enjoy her as a narrator.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Easily a traffic-listen. Nice and cute.
Might get a "C" in my 9th grade writting class
I can't believe I keep getting sucked in when Audible sends out an ad. This one was so juvenile -- and the ads don't even tell you when a book should be suggested for teenage audiences!
The only thing more amateur than the writing was the narration. THE NARRATOR WAS HORRIBLE! HORRIBLE! Unbelievably bad. I had to give the performance one star because the form won't allow you to leave it blank. Rosanna Weigant does nothing to try to differentiate characters. Nothing to even distinguish dialogue from narrative. Heck, nothing to differentiate one paragraph from another!
Tweenage writing and kindergarten performance. DO NOT waste a credit on this short story!