Book Reviews of Hank Chloe (Chivers Sound Library)

Hank Chloe - Chivers Sound Library
Author: Jo-Ann Mapson
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ISBN-13: 9780792722298
ISBN-10: 0792722299
Publication Date: 3/1998
Edition: Unabridged
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Publisher: Chivers Audio Books
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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reviewed Hank Chloe (Chivers Sound Library) on
Helpful Score: 2
Modern era, blue collar love story, with a German Shepherd in the plot. I love German Shepherds, did not really care for the book.
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Helpful Score: 1
Love this book - and the characters are memorable and tender. I read this book quite some time ago and Chloe still hangs around in my heart. Mapson is not an extremely well-known author but I think she likes it that way. I enjoy her books and think she's one of the most grounded authors I've ever read. Just plain, simple and tender.
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unabridge on 8 cassettes. Nice story for a long drive.
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This is a fun story with love and sunshine and animals to care about. Trials to overcome and female power. Great poolside or airplane book.
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Hank and Chloe are as star-crossed as Romeo an Juliet -- but sexier and more fun. This is a love story with a salsa bite and a winning heart. This book is hard to put down.
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Chloe Morgan is a thirty-three-year-old part-time waitress, small-time horse trainer, and full-time thoroughly toughened Western woman living in a corner of the dwindling canyonlands of Southern California. Calloused and wary, Chloe allows herself to love with total abandon and complete faith only her horse and her dog. That is, until a quirk in the weather and a sunrise funeral service cause her to cross the path of Henry Oliver, a sedate professor of folklore at the local college, who, like Chloe, has his reasons for holding back. But once Hank steps inside Chloe's makeshift cabin in the hills, Chloe realizes she must come to terms with her losses and decide between the life of solitude she had always thought was her fate and the love of a man who seems--at first--all wrong.
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As a some-time visitor to the "dwindling canyonlands" of Southern California, I would point out that they don't look anything like the cover.