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Chase Logan lives by no man’s leave, a solitary drifter who closed off his heart long ago - until the day he impulsively does a kindness for a beautiful young widow, and everything changes.

For two years, Jessie Strong has dreamt of the day she could bring little Sarah home from the orphanage and call the child her own. But when her husband dies, Jessie fears the family she’s longed for is slipping away - until Chase Logan unexpectedly comes to her rescue. By pretending to be her husband, Chase can make all of her dreams come true.

Three days are all she asks of him. Three days to ignite a love neither of them ever imagined possible….

©2012 Caroline Fyffe (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • K. Severinsen
  • 12-02-2013

Fun, heartwarming story

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I really overall enjoyed this book. plus I LOVE Phil Gigante as narrator. He always does a wonderful job. The only thing missing was the highland brough that he uses in many of his books! :) Fun read, fun story, very enjoyable.

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  • Olivia Lavyn
  • 17-05-2014

Falling in love with love again

Where does Where the Wind Blows rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The pace, characters and overall feeling of being in the moment with every scene brought this book up into my, play out loud as I work in the garden league. I loved it.

What other book might you compare Where the Wind Blows to and why?

The recent series on the Hallmark channel of Where the heart is.

Have you listened to any of Phil Gigante’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I made the choice knowing he was the narrator. He brings the story off the page in full color.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Caress The Heart

Any additional comments?

Looking forward to more from this author.

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  • Skipper
  • 26-01-2014

Narration Tops Annoying Story

Phil Gigante delivered a solid performance of this subpar western romance, set in 1875 Wyoming Territory. I especially liked Gigante's portrayal of the cowboy hero, the two kids, and the obnoxious Mrs. Hollyhock. My only quibble is with his portrayal of the heroine, but that wasn't too bad.

As for the story, the only parts I unreservedly enjoyed centered around the orphans, Sarah and Gabe.

The problem is, Fyffe fabricated drama, even though the murderous villains and the daily challenges of life on the hardscrabble land should have been the vehicle for plenty of tension and challenge. In order to manufacture drama, Fyffe used poor communication -- the main characters never said what they really thought, hiding behind all sorts of lame excuses. Misunderstandings and deceptions prevail in the relationship.

The heroine was too stupid to live (for one example, going into town alone when a killer just attacked).

A contrived shotgun marriage. Why DID she share her bed with him -- a virtual stranger? Out of character. There were other sleeping options.

The book is full of platitudes and clichés (don't put up your umbrella before it starts raining; everything happens for a reason).

Characterization did NOT add up. Examples below:

1) The heroine was supposedly warmhearted, loving, and virtuous, but her actions spoke otherwise. I already mentioned tha she shared her bed with a stranger. Even worse, in chapter one she finds out her husband Nathan is dead. Her relationship with Nathan was described as an affectionate friendship, trusting but not romantic. Okay, fine with me, but WHY didn't she seek to bury his body? It's the least we owe our husband, even our good friends. If not a burial, then at least ask the local preacher to say a few words in his memory, even without a body. Nope. Couldn't (wouldn't) she even say a prayer for him? Nope. Instead, she cried because his death means she won't be able to adopt the orphan Sarah. Within days of her husband's death, she is lusting after Chase.

And all the while, the author stuffs the narrative with banal tripe about hope, love, faith. Don't get me wrong. I got nothing against faith, hope, or love, but a character's actions should convey the message.

2) The hero (Chase) is quite intelligent but signs X for his name, because he never learned to read or write. Okay, I can easily buy that, given the setting. However, we are also told that Frank Lloyd taught him all about investments, banking, bookkeeping. He has a substantial sum in the bank and is a careful money manager, yet never bothered to learn to sign his name? A character so ambitious and so intelligent would absolutely learn. A loving mentor like Frank would absolutely teach him.

3) Poor characterization of Mr. Hobbs and his wife. How could such a supposedly wise and kind man have absolutely no idea that his wife viciously abuses the children at their orphanage? The abuse went on for years. RIGHT under his nose. If the orphans love him so much -- and he loves them -- wouldn't he see signs? I cannot swallow Fyffe's portrayal of Mr. Hobbs as wise. His blindness conveys that he's a fool. Or, if he sees the abuse and does nothing about it because the perpetrator is his wife, then he's not kind.

Many people love this book, but I need the plot and characters to cohere, to make sense. I did appreciate the scenes with the two orphans, ages 4 and 12.

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  • MARTHA
  • 25-04-2018

Another great story by Caroline Fyffe. The beginning of a new life.

The life of many people come together. See the long road to get there.
Martha

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  • Nelene
  • 28-02-2018

Captivating

I loved it, I actually listened to it twice. The story was great and the readers voice was soothing as well.

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  • kippys
  • 12-01-2018

Great Book!

I didn’t like the voice of the girls but after a while i got some what used to it .
as a man voice it was Awesome!
Great book!

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  • Ellen E. Hotchkiss
  • 22-11-2017

It's a wonderful story.

it says that leaving a paragraph is optional then it tells you you have to leave at least 15 words. It was a good story. I don't want to say more.

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  • Martha
  • 14-06-2017

Good book by Carolyn fyffe.

I really enjoyed this book. This was a good clean read by Ms fyffe. Lots of times I wondered how things would work out or if they would. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-04-2017

Great read

Story flowed with ease. Enjoyed every minute. Excellent narrator. I recommend this book to those who like twists and turns along the way.

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  • Kindle Customer: Rosemarie Puntenney -- Oregon
  • 19-04-2017

Beautiful story.

Excellent book beautifully written. I really enjoyed it as I have all of Caroline Fyffe's books.

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