Thursday, 8 August 2019

Audio: Cowboy Summer by Joanne Kennedy


By: Joanne Kennedy
Narrated by: Johanna Parker
Series: Blue Sky Cowboys Series, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 23 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 06-25-19
Language: English
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Contemporary romance
I got this in exchange for an honest review

Oh these two, it is time to take out the slap on the head thing. *slaps both over the head* I need a gif like that *ponders this*

Jessie is living the big city life, but then her dad has a heart attack, and she goes back. She loves the ranch, but it needs to be sold cos her dad can't handle it.
She is having issues with her new stepmum, why I do not know, cos Molly is great! Tsk, Jessie!
She is avoiding her old boyfriend that she left behind and she is upset that he married someone else, Jessie, Jessie! Like he would pine forever.
She believes something even when he tells her the truth (they need to be locked in a room for two days and talk things through) *slap in the head*

Cade is a cowboy, that does say it all. Yes he married an idiot, but he was sad and drunk. He did divorce her sorry behind. She was a piece of work. Poor guy has issues, drunk dad, girlfriend left, married an idiot. Poor Cade.
Though then he does believe something that does not make any sense so he gets a slap on the head for that too.

These two love each other, but they have so much to work through. And they belong together, everyone knows it.

I liked her dad and Molly. They were fun.

I enjoyed it (even if they really needed to be thrown in a room together). It also built something interesting for the next book.

Narrator
I like her style and I really get the feel of living there. She has great female and male voices. I have listened to her before, and I will again. She fits western so well.

Jess Bailey broke Cade Walker's heart when she left for the city - but she was just trying to find her own way in the world. When Jess's dad calls her home and tells her he's selling the ranch, she realizes she's about to lose the life she was born to live. And when she sees Cade again, she knows how much she's lost already.

As their nearest neighbor, Cade is always trying to help. But he's got his own ranch and his horse training business to think about. Even though his heart fills with hope for a second chance when he sees Jess, she left him once when things got tough. And she knows he moved on without her.

As the sale of the Bailey ranch looms over them, Jess and Cade start looking to the future. But can they ever trust one another again?


29 comments:

  1. The plot sounds like a country-western song! I really like Joanna Parker's narration. She has a nice southern drawl.

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  2. It's annoying when the characters need a good slap upside the head. Glad to hear you enjoyed it overall, though. :)

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  3. oh cowboy story! It's been so long!

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  4. I do like cowboy stories sometimes.

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  5. I haven't read many cowboy romances. I did enjoy a few Maisey Yates.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  6. I could listen to a narrator for their drawl.

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    1. Lol, you know I am listening to one now and there is no drawl and I am what is this? This is not western ;)

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  7. as always I love your reviews Blodeuedd. This sounds like one I could really like too even if they need to be thrown in a room together

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    1. Throw them in a room and make them work it out

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  8. Well after a little slapping, hopefully they got it right.

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  9. Love this author. I need to read more

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    1. I am really confused now, it feels like I am reading another one by her, lol, must check

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  10. Oh you and your cowboy romances! But these two kind of sound infuriating, lol!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  11. I think I might have felt like locking them in together, too.
    I like that narrator, too.

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  12. When it takes them so long to work it out, you got to wonder!

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  13. This one sounds good and I enjoy stories where they have to work for it, makes it seem more realistic.

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  14. Interesting read.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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