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  • Emotional, passionate, and entertaining!

    Texas-Sized Trouble is a heartwarming, second-chance romance between the sweet, hardworking, ruggedly handsome Lawson who let his high school sweetheart slip away without a fight, and the famous, but lonely actress Eve who took more than Lawson's broken heart when she fled Wrangler's Creek eighteen years ago. The prose is crisp and clear. The characters, including the supporting characters, are engaging, amusing, and quirky. And the plot is a wild ride full of family drama, secrets, deception, twists, turns, forgiveness, closure, new beginnings, and sizzling romance. Overall, Texas-Sized Trouble is a lighthearted, easy read that's a true guilty pleasure with its sexy cowboys, touch of the rich and famous lifestyle, western charm, heartfelt moments, and a cover that had me smitten from the very first glance.

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  • Love this series!

    Wrangler's Creek is one of the series that I am collecting in paperback as well, even though I have the digital copies because these stories are the ones you want to keep re-reading, definite keepsake material. So it is no wonder that Lawson Granger and Eve Cooper's story captured my heart. The emotions are so deep and profound, so real and troubled, so passionate and fierce, I inhaled the story at one sitting and wanted to start reading it all over again as I was finished with it. The history between Lawson and Eve is already a jumbled mess and when you add to it the secrets they keep, the rumors the town and paparazzi create, and the lies Eve's former co-star tells it is no wonder their life is turned into a tumultuous chaos where no one is in control and the truth is evasive. Lawson is the middle child, the one who slips the attention and gets away with the most because no one was paying attention to him. The turmoils of his childhood were compensated with the love and devotion his young heart had for Eve. The passion was burning hot, the need for each other was intense, and every single sports arena in town brought bitter-sweet memories from their youth. Lawson had grown up to be a good, solid man. He worked on his cousin's ranch, he dated but avoided commitment and kids, marriage was just not for him or in his plans for the future. Eve's life was build upon lies and deceit from the very young age and now her house of cards was truly fumbling down in one hurricane style sweep. Everything she has done, every secret she has kept, was done with good intentions, she is not a bad person and has no harmful purposes for her actions. Life just happened to deal her a bad hand and she did the best she could with it. But now she was in desperate need of straightening the mess, for forgiveness, and for understanding. I loved the connection between Eve and Lawson because it was so real. The fracas in their lives was natural results for life lived with human errors and good intentions. The story brings up an important issue of underage drinking and the dangerous consequences of it. It is taken very seriously and dealt with in honest and raw, deadly facts. There is no preaching or finger pointing just an important issue that needs to be talked about set into the tale in a way information is easily shared and understood. An emotional addition to one of my favorite series. I laughed and smiled with antics of the folks, sighed and swooned with the hot cowboys. My heart melted with the ardent, delightful romance, it ached with all the family drama and trouble and rejoiced in the abundance of love that was found in the forgiveness and new chances. Loved it! ~ Five Spoons!

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