Audiobook Review: Those Texas Nights (Wrangler’s Creek #1) by Delores Fossen (Narrator: Eric G. Dove)

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Those Texas Nights Book Cover Those Texas Nights
Wrangler's Creek #1
Delores Fossen (Narrator: Eric G. Dove)
Contemporary Romance - Western Romance
Harlequin Audio
December 27, 2016
eBook
9 hours and 41 minutes
Library

 

Sophie Granger has faced tremendous loss and turns to Clay McKinnon for consolation but is only rejected once again. But for long will Clay be able to deny the desire Sophie elicits in him?

The Granger siblings thought they'd left their ranching days behind, until fate sends them home to Wrangler's Creek, Texas--and into the passionate arms of those they had least expected ...

It's some run of bad luck when Sophie Granger loses her business and gets left at the altar all in one day. Desperate to not appear jilted, Sophie begs Clay McKinnon, the smoking-hot police chief of Wrangler's Creek, to pretend they're having an affair. But Clay refuses, leaving Sophie to retreat to the family ranch to lick her wounds.

Hoping to leave his disreputable past behind, Clay moved to Wrangler's Creek for a fresh start. But that looks unlikely when Sophie's ex-fiance turns up married to Clay's impulsive kid sister. Overcome, Sophie once again suggests the affair -- but this time for real. Clay is hesitant. City-girl Sophie isn't usually his type. But he can't deny the desire she elicits -- or his yearning to have her plant her cowboy roots for good.

 

Those Texas Nights is book one of the Wrangler’s Creek series by Delores Fossen and narrated by Eric G. Dove. 

This was my first taste of Delores Fossen and I enjoyed it enough to continue on in the Wrangler’s Creek series. 

We get a small town romance filled with quirky characters, family drama, a bit of suspense, and romance.

The people in this small town are all a bit crazy and so is Sophie’s family. Clay our hero is a sexy hot cowboy/police chief that can sweep any women of her feet. Sophie our heroine is a city girl down on her luck. She captures the eye of Clay and in doing so want to stay in the small Texas town. Their chemistry is hot and steamy. As for the romance it was ok. I’m not sure if I’m convinced, but I did enjoy to a point.

The secondary characters all add their own bits of flare and frustration to the story and Sophie’s family sure does have their issues. We also get a bit of suspense involving missing money and a missing CFO plus a family business near ruins because of it.

Narrator: Eric G. Dove – I wasn’t sure if I’d like a male narrator; since most of the audios I listen to are narrated by females. He was interesting and did a good job. The only thing I had a bit of trouble with is the women voices. They took some getting used too. 

Overall, Those Texas Nights was a nice contemporary romance and start to the Wrangler’s Creek series. I seam to enjoy and like my contemporaries in audio formate then reading. 

Rated: 3.5 Stars

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sherry c5hSs
June 11, 2020 8:32 am

glad you’re enjoying the series
sherry @ <a href=”http://www.fundinmental.com/”> fundinmental</a>

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