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  • The Cowboy's Stolen Bride

  • Turners vs. Coopers of Chance Creek, Book 4
  • Written by: Cora Seton
  • Narrated by: Noah Michael Levine
  • Length: 6 hrs and 11 mins

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The Cowboy's Stolen Bride

Written by: Cora Seton
Narrated by: Noah Michael Levine
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Publisher's Summary

Coopers: 2, Turners: 1

With the Coopers taking the lead again in the battle for Chance Creek’s Founder’s Prize, Liam Turner is determined to put his family back on top. And if that means kidnapping his secret childhood crush, Tory Cooper, well - a cowboy’s got to do what a cowboy’s got to do.

Tory set herself one rule when she returned to Chance Creek: Don’t get involved - with her own family or anyone else. As soon as she’s finished with law school, she’s leaving again, and she won’t be back. But her family won’t get the message - and Liam Turner is a problem on a whole different level. Handsome, smart, and determined, he won’t shake easily.

And she’s not sure she wants him to.

Now the summer’s heating up - and so is the trouble for both their families. Soon they won’t be fighting each other - they’ll be fighting for their lives. 

©2019 Cora Seton (P)2020 Tantor

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  • C M Silver
  • 22-11-22

Tiresome Run Down Soap Opera

Perculiar narration for a perculiar story. Strangers with traumatic childhoods meet at a strange wedding reception full of horrible tiresome whinging relatives necessitating an escape to a run down resort near a run down town. Have enjoyed this author before, hense choosing the book, but it was creepy and unsettling more like a Stephen King novel. Gave up at hour 2 as had little interest in following what the dull unattractive MCs might do. The book jacket picture is misleading as the male character is younger than portrayed.

No clever diaglogue, no humour, no romance, no chemistry, no action. No point.