Promise Me Texas

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Product Number: Z04998
Released: Nov 15, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464036392
Narrator/s: Linda Stephens
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"On a midnight train, four hours away from her wedding, Beth McMurray discovers the devastating truth about the powerful senator she's about to marry. Convinced nothing could make this stormy night worse, the train wrecks, and she tumbles straight into the arms of an outlaw. Andrew McLaughlin doesn't believe in loving except between the pages of his writings. He loved deeply once and thinks he'll never survive another loss. To save a friend, he climbs aboard a train heading toward Dallas. In the moment before the train crashes, he saves a beautiful woman and is injured in the fall. He wakes up to find she's claimed him as her fiance - and now they're both on the run, and destined to do everything it takes to make an unexpected promise of love come true."

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Author(s): Jodi Thomas
Series: Whispering Mountains Series No: 7
Imprint: Lone Star Audio

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Promise Me Texas
Product Number: BX00023388
Product Number:Z04998
Product Number:CS0056

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CD
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Author(s): Jodi Thomas
Narrator(s): Linda Stephens
Series:
Product Number CS0056
Released: Nov 25, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464036378
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Author(s): Jodi Thomas
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Product Number EB00396800
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: #9781101626320

Professional reviews

"Linda Stephens, a prolific and talented narrator, tries to breathe life into this Western romance, set in the late 1800s. After beautiful, headstrong Beth McMurray is saved by a handsome stranger during a train wreck, she agrees to pretend theyÕre married so that he can escape the law. Stephens gives distinct accents to the collection of Texas Rangers, Western legends, and orphaned children who populate this story. But Stephens's voice misses the mark for the character of Beth. The quavering timbre he uses, which sounds more elderly than young, is a poor match for the heroine, as well as the spirit of the book as a whole. It also makes the love scenes just a little creepy. A.C.P. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"

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