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  • Romance, humour and drama

    I think that Ms D'Alba is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. Texas Tango hit all the right spots for me with romance, a bit of drama and a whole truckload of humour. I loved both main characters, but Travis really captured my heart. If it wasn't unrealistic to fall in love with a book hero, Travis would be my new crush! A fake marriage built on convenience, both Caroline and Travis were holding firm to the “just friends” stance they had taken, hopelessly trying to ignore the burning attraction between them. I loved the way the romance built and the humour was delightful. During the “big reveal” chapter I was cringing even as I laughed until the tears ran down my face. Having a very small family, I found myself longing for the comradery and closeness of the Montgomery family, where everyone was loved and cared for. In contrast, Caroline's parents were incredibly selfish in their dedication to their life's work. It brings to mind the Biblical proverb that “Charity begins at home”. Whilst this book was very humorous in many ways, it also left me feeling sad for Caroline and her brother Noah. I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written book and am looking forward to reading further novels in this series. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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