• Echo Canyon Brides Box Set, Books 7 - 9

  • Historical Cowboy Western Mail Order Bride Bundle
  • By: Linda Bridey
  • Narrated by: Lawrence D. Yaklin
  • Length: 18 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (128 ratings)

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Echo Canyon Brides Box Set, Books 7 - 9

By: Linda Bridey
Narrated by: Lawrence D. Yaklin
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Publisher's Summary

When womanizer Sal Terranova meets Lulu Johansson, he's captivated by the beautiful, exciting brunette. Their romance is fiery and consuming, but can the joy of the Christmas season see them through?

Nick Terranova and Maura, both broken in their own ways, embark on a romance, but just when happiness is on the horizon for them, obstacles arise that test their faith. Will they overcome them or succumb to despair and disappointment?

Gino Terranova hopes for a future with Carrie Sheehan - but when she springs surprises on him, can he forgive her so they can be happy together? Carrie must regain Gino's trust - can she do it or is all hope lost?

©2016 Beldene Publishing (P)2016 Beldene Publishing

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Good listen but does need some editing with narrat

As I get deeper into this series nothing is as it seems, each new book brings adventure, nothing is as it seems and the characters change as the author takes you into the depth of their lives.There are lots of surprises and even a few shocks, I spent lots of times in these box sets shaking my head and thinking I didn't see that coming. Characters you don't like you will come to love and a few you like you will find their secrets and you might not like them so much as you did before. The author really puts some spins on the story taking you into heartache, making you smile and laugh as she breaks your heart along with the characters. I found I have come to love this series I listen to all of them before writing this review and I have to tell you she kept my head spinning as much as the characters were spinning. It really is a lovely romance, with delightful tales, adventure, danger and even some thrills. When I closed the last page on the last book I didn't want this series to end. It is a series I will go back an listen to again.

The narrator did a pretty good job, as the series continues he does a lot of repeating of words and it get worse in the last two books of this series. He does good character voice but a lot of them are close to each other, making it hard to tell who is talking. You always know what they are feeling, he does give good emotions. There are no volume changes, it is a clear audio with no background noises. His normal voice is pleasant but these books need another editing taking out the repeating of words.

All in all I did enjoy this series very much

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Great!

Another great series.... I hope the author continues with this series.. I've become invested in the characters

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very enjoyable

great characters, sweet stories, pleasant narrator. all around easy listening. looking forward to the rest of the series.

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Good Characters & Stories

The characters in these are good, dreams and heartache seem so real. Obstacles and surprise may stand in the way of happiness. Enjoyable and narration are good. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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Awesome!

I was given this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
The sage continues with Evan, Thad, Win, Lucky, Billy, Aunt Edna and "the Twins"! I love the way the author seamlessly spins and entwines all their lives together! Gladly jumping into the boxed set!

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I LOVED IT!

I loved it! Each book gets better because you really become invested in these characters. The narration is always great. The author always does a great job with the character builds and plot. I can't wait to read the next boxset in this series! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Fabulous

The characters come to life. you feel the emotions of the characters as if you know them personally.

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Horrid reader

I'm not sure what happened with this section of books, but the reader was simply horrid. He had no emotion and he obviously just read them seemingly without thought to grammar and punctuation. He sounded like Art Bell, and if it is him, he needs to consider going back to radio. The reader was so bad it was difficult to follow the story line.