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Lance McTavish Home To Texas: Inspirational Contemporary Western Romance (Tumbleweed, Texas Tales Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Best bits: Lance loves his kids. His main motivation in selling his company was to spend more time with Mark, and to not miss the milestones of Sara Hope's life that he had missed with Mark. He takes great care with them, and is a wonderful father, even when reeling from his wife's betrayal. Church and reliance on God and fellow believers is shown to be important.
Issues: Poorly edited, and the typos only increase as the book goes along. Overly detailed about a lot of things, while also skimming over weeks and months altogether. Inconsistencies in time, ages, behavior. Not polished at all. (SPOILERS) Mark has exactly one conversation with his wife in the entire book, and that lasts less than a minute. She doesn't have much of a maternal instinct, never once mentioning even a possibility of wanting custody of baby Sara Hope, and when she does get Mark for a visit, he is more or less left to watch TV alone. So her desire to have joint custody at all is mysterious. While the church family supports Lance through his divorce, there's a sense that he will be absolutely avoided for any future relationships because of it. His sudden widower-hood is almost portrayed as a blessing, as it saves him the stigma of divorce. It's a bit weird. The book cuts out Mark and Juliana’s actual courtship entirely, so we don't see how they grow together, which makes for a rather limp love story.
can be and you not realize till it has slipped through you life. What he did to recover and make a life for his children and himself.
Using his family and his faith for the support he needs. Well written and as I have said before, when you can laugh, or cry in
any story its well written...Very enjoyable...Thanks to AJ Hawke....