Texas Wildflowers is a truly enjoyable read. Unlike the previous Four-in-One Collection it is set in contemporary times, but also focusses on the stories of four sisters. The plots are well developed and characters are likeable, even though I found Violet to be a little antagonistic she was still a strong and believeable heroine. The secondary characters in these stories are also well developed and have their own personalities shine through within the stories.
I enjoyed this book, I think you will too!
(Michelle Barker Musing the Manuscript
This is another great book by publisher Barbour. This book has four stories that are related to each other but are terrific as standalone stories as well. I liked how each of the four McBride sisters had their own unique personalities and therefore each of the romance stories was different. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a quick clean romance to read.
(Irene Grove Goodreads.com
I really enjoyed this set of novellas. They were sweet, fun, and interesting.
(Regina Hott hottbooks.com
Four sisters find unexpected love in exotic Texas locales. A jilted Rosy hesitates to risk her heart again. A client tempts Lily to break a professional promise. A quirky geek educates Violet in the finer points of romance. Heather is challenged by love online. Will these sisters dare to take a chance when opposites attract?