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Publisher's Summary

The best-selling Queen of Cowboy Romance delivers a heartwarming novel where a doctor and veterinarian get a second chance at true love when a storm traps them together.

After traveling the world, Dr. Cody Ryan has finally come home to his foster family’s ranch in Honey Grove, Texas. But all his time in Doctors Without Borders couldn’t have prepared him for the sudden blizzard that forces him to take shelter in an old barn - or for the shock of watching Stephanie O’Dell yank open that same barn door minutes later. He’s barely seen the gorgeous veterinarian since he returned, so why is she icier than the wind outside?

Stephanie - better known as Dr. Stevie around Sunflower Ranch - has been treating the cattle there for years...and not one of them is as bullheaded as Cody. He’s completely forgotten how he broke her heart, back when she was a teenager smitten by his easy charm and sharp wit. But as the blizzard rages on, trapping Cody and Stevie together, it’s clear that the fire they’ve built to keep warm isn’t the only source of sparks in that barn. Once the storm passes, will Stevie and Cody discover that they’ve fallen in love...and will either of them ever admit it?

©2022 Carolyn Brown (P)2022 Forever

Critic Reviews

"Carolyn Brown is one of my go-to authors when I want a feel-good story that will make me smile." (Fresh Fiction)

"Carolyn Brown always manages to write feel-good stories." (Harlequin Junkie)

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Another heartwarming book.

Carolyn Brown is the best. Chelsea Hatfield did an excellent job with the narration.

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Narration knocked it down

The narrator was very difficult to listen to for any length of time. Her voice doesn’t lend itself to “romance” - too harsh!
Loved the story and wish I hadn’t had to turn it off every hour or so to “rest my ears”.

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we love her books
always enjoy her books. my husband loves to listen as well

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Story moves slower than c.b’s usual style

I love the westerns c.b. Writes. This one moves slow. I felt like details were added to stretch the story out. Details about the food or what they held in their hands etc. Her usual stories like longhorn ranch series had so much more action!

I stuck with it but usually i finish a story in one day. This one took me a week. I wish that oneday cb will do a cowboy story where the family has all the same attributes and traditions of the cowboy life and be of color. My grandad has a small farm he owns that his great grandparents owned they were native american woman and biracial man. Its over 400 acres and mostly used for lumber but it use to have cattle, horses, a creek, a orchard and other livestock. The vegetables were abundant and the main house street was changed to my grandads name. The original main house used to coal fueled and was somewhat modernized 20 years ago.

I still love the southern charm of her stories.
K shumpert
Ypsi, MI

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Glad I read the first book!

Loved the first one and loved this one. A simple romance novel to take my mind off my troubles. Loved the southern charm and traditions.

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This Book was Slow

I love Carolyn Brown’s books! Don’t get me wrong this book was good, but not exciting nor did it make me want to stay up late to listen or try to slow down so it would end.

The narrator was good, but I didn’t feel connected or intrigued by the characters.

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another fine book

fantastic, as always with Carolyn Brown
lived 25 years in Texas myself. I can see and feel the scenes of her books

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Another Great Read By Carolyn Brown

Back On Sunflower Ranch, catching up with the Ryan family and life on the ranch. The family has changes and struggles but they are fill with friendships and love. I enjoy Carolyn Brown books and this one did not disappoint.

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Love this series

Another great story from Carolyn Brown. I feel like I am there. It takes me to the place where I can escape from the day stresses. Thank you Carolyn.

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A sweet book

I really liked this book and the sweet wholesome story behind it
But I was disappointed in by the ending I feel like I’m missing half of the book. I feel like the book ends when the stories just starting to get good. But good book to anyone how wants a cute clean read. I would recommend it to ages 16 and up