The Man from Stone Creek

CD - abridged
Audio (4 discs)
Product Number: B00091
Released: May 28, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781423321514
Narrator/s: Buck Schirner
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
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Description

From the bestselling author of "McKettrick's Choice" comes the story of an Arizona Ranger posing as a schoolmaster and the rancher's daughter who can't help being attracted to him, even though she suspects he's a lawman. Unabridged. 9 CDs. There was trouble in Haven, Arizona, and Ranger Sam O' Ballivan was determined to sort it all out. Badge and gun hidden, he arrived posing as the new schoolteacher, and his first order of business was to bring the rough ranchers' children under control. To that end, he called on Maddie Chancelor, the local postmistress, whose younger brother was in firm need of discipline. Sam wasn' t sure what to expect - but it was definitely not this graceful woman whose prim, proper stance was so at odds with the fire in her eyes. Working undercover to capture a dangerous band of rustlers and train robbers was a job that had always kept him apart from other people. He was a man with his heart firmly in check - until Maddie. Now she was unwittingly tempting him down a path he swore he' d never travel.

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Author(s): Linda Lael Miller
Series: Stone Creek Series No: 1
Genre: Romance

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Linda Lael Miller
Narrator(s): Buck Schirner
Series:
Genre: Romance
Product Number BN3812
Released: Feb 26, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
ISBN: #9781469263717
eBook
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Author(s): Linda Lael Miller
Series:
Product Number EB00706352
Released: Sep 11, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: #9781488025716

Professional reviews

"This love story of two people determined never to fall in love sparkles with the talent of narrator Buck Schirner. The chasing of train robbers and rustlers in an Arizona border town is almost incidental to the love story. Not surprisingly, Schirner characterizes Sam O'Ballivan as a schoolteacher/undercover agent with a commanding presence. Maddie, postmistress and mercantile store manager, is depicted as beautiful, single, and demure--that is, until O'Ballivan disciplines her younger brother, a rambunctious frontier kid. Schriner's portrayal of their confrontation over the boy is reminiscent of old-time radio plays. This somewhat predictable story is exceptionally well done. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"

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