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    Olivia Markham is a socialite from New York City who came to Topeka with one goal - to marry Adam Brody. But Adam has married someone else, and Olivia has nowhere to go. Taking a job at the Brody Hotel requires her to swallow her pride, but she has no choice in the matter. Now she must learn to adjust to simple living and wearing cotton dresses - cotton, when she should be wearing silk.

    Pastor Robert Osbourne has taken on the huge responsibility of overseeing the spiritual welfare of a large congregation, and at times, he feels overwhelmed. He preaches on Sunday morning, but by Monday night, everything he’s said has been diluted by the alcohol at the saloons. He wonders if he’s doing any good for the people at all.

    Olivia doesn’t see a need for God in her life. Robert can’t imagine living without Him. Drawn together for reasons neither can understand, can they find a way to overlook their differences and realize that love doesn’t have to make sense to be real?

    ©2015 Tristi Pinkston (P)2019 Tristi Pinkston

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    • Global
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    • lisha
    • 01/07/2020

    ok book

    The story was cute. I haven't listen to the other books in this series before, but was able to follow along even though I know there was a lot more to the back story. The narrator wasn't very expressive in her reading. Also, I thought there was a part of the book missing. The two main characters just started to spend more time together and get along and then all of a sudden they are declaring their love for each other. I think the story needed more in between. It was a cute story though and nice to listen to while I was cleaning my house.

    • Global
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    • Shaylin Maxwell
    • 12/01/2020

    Cute and clean

    This book was cute. It held my interest and had a lot of funny moments in it as well as a lot of deep subjects. It was shorter than some books but didn’t feel overly rushed. The narrator did a great job with it too.

    • Global
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    • Kim
    • 09/01/2020

    Wonderful!

    A Clean Slate is a sweet and clean romance. It is well written and takes the reader on a journey with lighthearted moments, tender and moving times, and characters discovering so much about themselves. It’s the kind of book that makes you stop and examine your own path. The narration is pleasant and enhanced the listening experience.

    • Global
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    • Moose girl
    • 09/01/2020

    Another delightful story by Amelia Adams

    I really enjoy the entire Kansas Crossroads series, but I think book 4, A Clean Slate, is my favorite. I love Amelia Adams’s sense of humor, and this book had me laughing out loud. I also enjoyed the inspirational storyline. This is just a wonderful story! I hated for it to end. It’s a good thing there are 14 books in this series! Highly recommend!

    • Global
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    • Natty
    • 09/01/2020

    Cute sweet story

    This was a nice listen. It was a cute story, well- written so that you can imaging yourself back then. The performance was good except it needs a little more editing- 3 places closer to the end, I heard the same thing repeated. Thanks!

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    • Teresa
    • 05/04/2019

    A Clean Slate

    Wonderful story of opposites attracting. Life at the Brody is never dull. The trials, woes, romances and comedic relief are always entertaining. Throw in a preacher, a pretty girl in a new dress and a pond at a picnic and you have a delightful listen.

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    • J Kley
    • 03/04/2019

    My Favorite so far

    Such a lovely book. this series is a really well written. the narrator was easy to listen to. I recommend this to anyone who loves clean historical western.

    • Global
      4 out of 5 stars
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    • M. A. B.
    • 31/03/2019

    Love this author

    I have almost all of her books and have enjoyed them all. I do prefer to read them, but use audio on trips.

    • Global
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    • Voracious Reader
    • 31/03/2019

    Sweet Story

    WHAT IT'S ABOUT Olivia Markham is a socialite from New York City who came to Topeka with one goal—to marry Adam Brody. But Adam has married someone else, and Olivia has nowhere to go. Taking a job at the Brody Hotel requires her to swallow her pride, but she has no choice in the matter. Now she must learn to adjust to simple living and wearing cotton dresses—cotton, when she should be wearing silk. Pastor Robert Osbourne has taken on the huge responsibility of overseeing the spiritual welfare of a large congregation, and at times, he feels overwhelmed. He preaches on Sunday morning, but by Monday night, everything he’s said has been diluted by the alcohol at the saloons. He wonders if he’s doing any good for the people at all. Olivia doesn’t see a need for God in her life. Robert can’t imagine living without Him. Drawn together for reasons neither can understand, can they find a way to overlook their differences and realize that love doesn’t have to make sense to be real? MY TAKE This was an endearing story. Both characters grow as they make this journey. Olivia's temperament is all over the map. One minute she's grumpy and complaining. Then another minute she agrees to do something she'd just said she had no intention of doing. There's one scene where Robert loses him temper that made me not respect him. One of his parishioners had essentially been calling Olivia a prostitute, and he was all placid and patient in trying to explain that it's not a Christian thing to judge people. Yet when Olivia was hurt and offended by that he chucks her in the pond, even after she talked about the sacrifices she and her friends had made to sew that dress. I wish this scene had been written in Robert's POV so we could have seen what it was that Olivia said that triggered such behavior in him. When he apologized to her later, he didn't go into specifics. The narrator did an okay job. 4 1/2 stars