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A Sweetwater River Romance
- Wyoming Mountain Tales, Book 3
- Narrated by: Paul Curtis
- Length: 6 hrs and 11 mins
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A Christian historical romance novel.
Taking flight from their quiet Pennsylvania town seems like the only way for Tori Boyd to protect her dearest cousin's virtue. And the success of their escape may now depend on the man she's been writing letters to for over a year now in the vast wilds of the Wyoming territory.
Ezra Reid has finally stepped out from under the shadow of his older brother and sister, now having full responsibility to man the Rocky Ridge Stage Stop through the winter. The success or failure of the stage and telegraph contracts falls squarely on his shoulders, and he's entirely focused on the work - at least until his mysterious correspondence partner shows up on his doorstep.
As Ezra takes on the search for a proper situation for Tori and her cousin, there seem to be no good options for the ladies. Especially since Tori won't even discuss the one option that might succeed - marriage. When the danger chasing the women takes on a form none of them anticipated, how far will Ezra have to go to keep the Tori and her cousin safe? It'll take a lot more than luck to ensure his heart is the sole casualty.
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Ezra Reid and Tori Boyd became “pen pals” so to speak, but when Tori’s cousin Opal needed to escape a dangerous situation Tori takes her to Ezra’s Rocky Ridge Stage Stop. Needless to say Ezra is surprised to see Tori arrive at his station, with her cousin, telling him that they are looking for work in the area. Tori has had an abusive past and it is inspiring to hear how Ezra handles learning her story. He is such an amazing man. This is an emotional, beautiful story. This story dealt with a delicate subject in a very discreet manner. The way the author handled the relationship between Tori and Ezra was believable considering what Tori had gone through. I think this was my favorite book of the series so far. It was also nice to hear more about Mara, Josiah and Katie as well as Zeche and Gretta, though there is just a sentence or two about them. Paul Curtis always delivers these stories so skillfully that we are drawn into the story and time goes by before we know it. It is definitely a pleasure to sit and listen to his narration. I received a free copy of this audiobook and have voluntarily provided an unbiased review.
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