Texas Christmas Grooms
by: Pamela Griffen and Vickie McDonough
As the sequel to Texas Christmas Brides this collection continues in Cut Corners, TX. I fell in love with that small town in the 1st book and it only grew in the second. These are two great conceptual stories written in very easy to read styles. I really liked the adventuresome spirits in the second novella. I love how they weaved information about the characters in the first two stories into their own so that you could still keep up with them. Although, now I want to know how things turn out for the couple in the last story. That is the only problem I have with books - you don't find out the rest of the story. Anyway, this is a nice book to read with a little bit of Christmas thrown in. I would love to have heard more of the Christmas traditions each family held to each year instead of just the bachelor dinner on Christmas Eve. However it is enough Christmas to make this a good, easy read for this time of year. Enjoy!
Back of the Book:
Can two grooms be lassoed in time for Christmas?
Hearts are forever changed when retired Texas Rangers try their hands at matchmaking in bygone days. Will any of their absurd schemes work out as planned?
Erik Olson is shocked when Anna Campbell arrives in town with two small orphans in tow and declares they are his brother's children. Will Erik prove her claims false and see her gone by Christmas?
Travis McCoy is a nomadic photographer with no time to put down roots, find a wife, and raise a family. But when he enters Cut Corners, the temptations to change are strong, and he has to keep reminding himself of his goal to leave by Christmas.
How far will the schemers of Cut Corners go to make sure four wild hearts are corralled by love and tamed by faith in time for Christmas?
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