No strings attached. Until the night he meets the one woman who challenges him, practically begging to be taken over his knee. As a single mom to a child with special needs, Diana McAdams does things her way.
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So run. Stay the hell away from my casino. Put you on your knees. Break you. So come to me, beautiful, if you dare I'm a lone wolf, and I like it that way.
Banished from my birth pack after a bloodbath, I never wanted a mate. Then I meet Kylie. My temptation. We're trapped in an elevator together, and her panic almost makes her pass out in my arms.
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She's strong, but broken. And she's hiding something. My wolf wants to claim her. But she's human, and her delicate flesh won't survive a wolf's mark. I'm too dangerous. I should stay away. The wild and charismatic Duke of Abernathe is the kind of friend anyone would wish to have. He even formed the Club, consisting of 10 men who would all be dukes.
But he has full-throatedly declared he will never marry and no one understands why. But Miss Emma Liston doesn't care why. A longtime wallflower with an absentee father who is a scandal waiting to happen, she needs to marry. She decides to take a wild chance and ask the help of her friend Meg's brother James.
Again, I don't see how the violence in this show got past the censors back then, but it sure did. Even though it gave birth to a TV show, I don't think it would have ever got past the censors had they done the TV show like the radio show, with the blood and gore, shootings, knivings, and murders, and just horrible things that people did to other people. That's my 2 cents worth.
Please don't get mad at me. I love old time radio, and was really surprised that I liked Gunsmoke at all, as it really wasn't my type of western. I like the more light hearted ones - the kind with guys like Roy Rogers and Red Ryder in them. Hope you all have a good day. Reviewer: JoplinJerry - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - April 19, Subject: So Good to Sleep With As a person who has sleep disorders listening to Gunsmoke and other old radio shows on helps me to eventually get some sleep. The characters in Gunsmoke were so great and the background sounds made the shows seem more realistic.
The writing was tremendous then and held the listener's attention as listened to the radio of the mind.
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However the radio shows followed an annoying repetition of characterization. You can predict how the bad guys are going to act, and they all act like morons. Can always spot John Dehner with his "I never done that mar-shul" type moron character. Of course, the west never was like this anyway.
Best I can say about these Gunsmoke shows is that the audio levels are quite consistent from show to show. Reviewer: powers74 - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 18, Subject: Best ever!!! Thank you audio. Reviewer: Capt.
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Lee Quince - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - June 23, Subject: excellent This is classic otr Bill Conrad is a great Matt Dillon and a wonderful contribution to all other otr programs. Alas, all good things come to a end Q Thanks contribuber and archieves.
Reviewer: Max Reiner - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - June 23, Subject: Yiddish Episode Titles Got a h00t out of "meshugah" and "gonif" as titles for a two Gunsmoke episodes. Were those the producer shortcut names of the shows or did the Archive cataloger add some old country descriptions? There are spelling variations of those low German terms.
Meshugah or meshuggah means crazy. And a gonif is a bad guy. We have fun with names, too. In one of our old west movies, we made up a "Meshunggeneh Falls" sign over a hazardous waterfall because you'd be crazy to try to ride the waters. Reviewer: Matt Dillion - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - December 16, Subject: William Conrad's contribution After listening to the radio series, it is hard to imagine how avid listeners in that era, could have made the transition between William Conrad and James Arness.
William Conrad's had contributed so much to the fictional character Matt Dillion, that it would be almost next to impossible to make the transition without missing the baritone husky voice that made him a legion. Reviewer: CalvinMoore - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - September 6, Subject: My Favorite Episode I've listened to nearly the entire series and some of the episodes many times.
The one that always touches me the most is The Round-Up. The raw emotion displayed by William Conrad coupled with the bittersweet ending makes this my hands down all-time favorite. A very close second would be Bloody Hands Alafrganza.
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Reviewer: babygirlsshy - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - February 14, Subject: Great Series!! Have been a fan of OTR for a while but never got around to listening to the Western style shows until last year Took a little bit to appreciate the character of Matt Dillion but he grew on me. To truly appreciate the series, all the shows should be listened to and not necessarily in order. Great series would highly recommend. Reviewer: Dungarees2 - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 27, Subject: If I was going to listen to one episode First, for those that aren't already fans of the series or familiar with the characters: William Conrad was one of the last actors who auditioned for the role of Marshal Dillon.
He had a powerful, distinctive voice and was one of radio's busiest actors he is believed to have appeared in more old time radio episodes than any other performer. After the series was created, writer John Mesten wanted him for the role of Matt Dillon, but director Norman MacDonnell thought Conrad might be overexposed because of being heard so frequently on other shows. During his audition, however, Conrad won over MacDonnell after reading only a few lines. Dillon as portrayed by Conrad was a lonely, isolated man, toughened by a hard life. In Meston's view, "Dillon was almost as scarred as the homicidal psychopaths who drifted into Dodge from all directions.
The character was usually described as Dillon's "assistant," but the December 13, episode "Post Martin," Dillon described Chester as Dillon's deputy.