• Racing Hearts

  • Dawson Chronicles, Book 4
  • By: Linda Bridey
  • Narrated by: Megan Meyer
  • Length: 8 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After a disastrous marriage, Eric Samuels’ heart lies in tatters, and he’s sworn off romance. That is, until a beautiful raven-haired whirlwind blows into his life.

Nisha Raine is a free-spirited, unstoppable force. She races into town on a coal-black mare with the speed of a hurricane and the heart of a champion, intent on competing in the Dawson Derby. When Nisha and Eric meet, a clash of wills ensues. However, neither can deny their intense attraction. 

Can they bridge the divide and cross the finish line together, or will their differences make them falter and lose the race?

©2019 Linda Bridey (P)2020 Linda Bridey

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Town Vet seeks New Love

Dawson"s veterinarian seeks to heal a wounded heart after a divorce in a new relationship, in this book full of the diverse and quirky characters of Bridey's several Dawson, MT book series. (Montana Brides and Dawson Chronicles.

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Very poor main narrator.

The main narrator was horrible compared to all of the other Dawson books. There was a lot of mispronounced words like bridle as briddle. It was annoying. She was also too sing song in her narration.

I’ve read all of the books in this series and this is the only one that took forever for me to read because I couldn’t stand the narrator.

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Awesome book

Not disappointed. The second time was as good as the first. Thumbs up to the author.

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Great story, not so great narration....

I love following the families in this series; starting with the Montana Mail-order Bride series! I do NOT like that this new narrator does not pronounce foal or bridle correctly!

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bad pronounced wording

to many words that were missed pronounced that it was hard to listen to the full story

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pronunciation is important

I loved the story but I unhappy with the nariator.
goofed up pronunciation, . how in the world do you pronounce foal as fowl ? bridle as briddle?
and livery stable messed up as well. it was annoying to listen too. had a hard time finishing the story.

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My husband and I have listen to all the series and have truly enjoyed all of them. Wish they went on.

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Words said wrong!

The reader needs to learn how to say a few words… very annoying. The book was awesome!

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racing hearts

it's the last book in the two Montene braid series that have joined as one it's a wonderful experience and it's really good I hope there is more I love these books

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Great Story, Many Words Mispronounced

It's not very often that I write a review, I just click on the stars. I have enjoyed the stories of all three series by Linda Bridey. This is a culmination of several things including the Dwyer family issues and Eric Samuels.

It is difficult for me to understand how this book could be released with so many words pronounced improperly. So many that I began to keep a list, some of these are quite basic. This is a list of most of the words: Foal - (not foul)
Livery
Bridle
Minute
Cross ties
Equine
Wakan Tanka
Lope
Dressage
McIntyre
Laudinum
Wiley
Assertain
Conducive
Sated

One of these words was corrected part way through the book. The reader did have some decent voices, it is just awkward and disappointing that this was released this way.

Having grown up on a farm many of these words are just second nature to myself and many other listeners. If I were the narrator, I would certainly want to be made aware of these issues prior to its release.