Religious Christian Historical Fiction Audible Apple Audiobook Version Launched

The Beldene Group has announced the launch of an audiobook version of historical fiction A Faithful Bride For The Wounded Sheriff - Bear Creek Brides 2 by author Amelia Rose.

London, United Kingdom - May 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

London based publishers the Beldene Group has announced the launch of an audiobook version of the popular Christian historical fiction book A Faithful Bride For The Wounded Sheriff – Bear Creek Brides 2.

Download the audiobook on Audible here.

The newly launched audiobook is designed to transport listeners back in time to the setting of rural Montana in A Faithful Bride For The Wounded Sheriff – Bear Creek Brides 2. The love story, which has been well received and rated on Amazon and Goodreads, centres on Sheriff Jacob Bennings and Rosa Carey.

Set in a small town in Montana, the Sheriff is lonely and hopes to find love and ultimately become a father. After suffering an accident and breaking his arm, the Sheriff worries his poor penmanship will stop the Boston-based maid from visiting him.

But, as in all good romance novels, Rosa is still interested in meeting the Sheriff and is encouraged by her mistress. Rose’s ambitions are held back by her anxiety, but she decides to travel west to meet the mysterious Sheriff.

The captivating tale is set at a time when ruthless bandits ruled rural towns and settlements. The Sheriff worries his injured arm will leave him unable to protect and defend his love interest, Rosa.

The audiobook is ideally suited to those interested in historical western romance novels, or those with an interest in reading about developing relationships, devoted couples, rugged landscapes, and heart-stopping endings.

Audiobooks are a great option for people who cannot read for long periods of time because of other commitments or health issues, such as with their eyes. The advantage of listening to audiobooks is that people can fit in extra reading while doing work, or jobs around the house.

A company spokesperson said: “The audiobook launch of A Faithful Bride For The Wounded Sheriff is a proud moment for everyone at the Beldene Group and author Amelia Rose.”

“Audiobooks provide an opportunity for authors to reach readers they have not previously been able to access. The medium helps people to be transported to another time and place without watching a screen or having to stop what they are working on,” they added.

Aside from Audible, the audiobook has been released on Apple. It can be downloaded by clicking here.

To download the audiobook, interested parties are invited to click the links provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Amelia Rose
Email: Send Email
Organization: Beldene Group
Address: Bell Yard, London, England WC2A 2JR, United Kingdom

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958564

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