Come the Spring

CD - unabridged
Audio (9 discs)
Product Number: CL217
Released: Aug 11, 2009
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781440728716
Narrator/s: Richard Ferrone
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With more than 13 million books in print, Julie Garwood is an exceptionally popular author. Since her first novel was published in 1985, eleven of her works, including this title and The Wedding, have been New York Times best-sellers. Set in the Old West, Come the Spring is part of the Clayborne family saga. Cole Clayborne has reluctantly agreed to serve as a federal marshal only long enough to capture a gang of murderous bank robbers. As he searches to discover who is in cahoots with the outlaws, Cole interrogates three beautiful young women. Although his aim is to arrest the robbers, as he questions her, one gentle doe-eyed woman captures Cole's heart. Filled with all the humor, passion, and excitement that are Julie Garwood's trademark, Come the Spring is a thrilling combination of love and adventure. For this unabridged audio recording, narrator Richard Ferrone brings to life each vivid character, from the keen-eyed lawmen to calico-skirted vixens.

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Author(s): Julie Garwood
Series: Clayborne Brides Series No: 5

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Come the Spring
Product Number: BX00001524
Product Number:CL217
Product Number:Z05521

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Author(s): Julie Garwood
Narrator(s): Richard Ferrone
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Product Number Z05521
Released: Jul 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464047732
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Author(s): Julie Garwood
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Product Number EB00577662
Released: Sep 25, 2014
Business Term: 1 Year
Publisher: Pocket Books
ISBN: #9781439140765

Professional reviews

"Using a recipe containing the ingredients of historical romance, and popping them into the American West, Julie Garwood has cooked up a stew that will delight her fans. (For readers who like to know in advance how much spice has been added to the dish, Garwood's sensuous scenes may be described as "mild.") Richard Ferrone tells this tall tale with an attractive, laconic drawl reminiscent of John Wayne. Though his British dialect for one female heroine is not convincing, most of his vocal characterizations are successful. This book completes a popular series. S.P. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine"

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