- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 11 hours and 7 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: christianaudio.com
- Audible.com Release Date: November 2, 2009
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002VBAXY4
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The Inheritance Audiobook – Unabridged
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Wyatt Caradon is drawn to McKenna the first time he sees her, but she seems to prefer avoiding him. After his wife and daughter died seven years ago, becoming a U.S. Marshall and traveling about had help keep him busy, but now it doesn’t hold the same appeal. He wants to help McKenna, but the independent little woman doesn’t want his help. Can he show her he’s trustworthy and win her affection, or will his patient tenderness be in vain?
This was a wonderful book. I didn’t always like how taxing McKenna’s life was and that she rarely had anything to smile about. However, the fact that the relationship developed slowly, without ridiculous misunderstandings was refreshing. I didn’t like the phrase “For God’s sake,” but the theme of letting God have His way was good. In the end, I loved this novel.
U.S. Marshal Wyatt Caradon met McKenna on her first day in town and is drawn to the strong young woman. While a life on the trail has helped him cope with tragedy in his past, he's beginning to long for quieter days and someone to share them with. He becomes concerned that McKenna's brother Robert is finding himself drifting towards the wrong side of the law, but his cautions to McKenna about how the situation are not well received.
Helping McKenna along the way are a kind doctor, a businessman who sells her beautiful handcrafted saddles, and a Chinese woman who soon becomes a dear friend. I especially enjoyed Chin Mei and the ways her conversation and talents blessed McKenna's life.
Although this was more of a romance than I usually care to read, I enjoyed the western setting and I must say that this author certainly knows how to keep you turning pages. The end of each chapted did not seem like a break in the action but rather a place where the plot accelerated! The faith element was done well, as was McKenna's emotional struggle with raising two youngsters who were not her own.
I'd heard many people recommend this book since its release in 2009 and I am glad I had the chance to read it. If you are looking for a quick and entertaining read, this might be one for you!