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A Match Made In Texas (The Diamondback Ranch Series) Paperback – March 14, 2013
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THE DIAMONDBACK RANCH SERIES
Book One: The Doctor Wears a Stetson
Book Two: The Cowboy's Surrender
Book Three: A Match Made in Texas
Book Four: Lone Star Heartbreaker
Book Five: The Cowgirl's Secret
A Match Made in Texas is the third book in my Diamondback Ranch Series featuring the four McCade brothers--Dallas, Cameron, Austin, and Tyler--and their sister, Tori. I set the books in the rugged ranch land of the Texas Panhandle where I visited my grandparents on their farm every summer as a kid growing up. They're gone now, but the memories live on.
Remember: Life's too short NOT to love a Texan!
About the Author
Want to be instantly notified when Anne Marie releases a new book? Please join her New Release Mailing List: http://justwritewithannemarienovark.blogspot.com/p/blog-roll.html. Anne Marie is a Texas girl, born and raised. Romance is her passion. She loves to read and write about men and women falling in love, overcoming life's obstacles, and living happily ever after. She writes spicy Contemporary Western novels as well as Regency Historicals. Married to her high school sweetheart, Anne Marie and her husband spend their leisure time working (actually playing) in the yard and renovating their 1956 custom-built house on two one-acre lots in the middle of the city. They have two grown children, three white rabbits, two mischievous cats, and one sweet puppy dog. Visit Anne Marie at www.annemarienovark.com.
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Now in book 3 the male was widowed, his wife having died in childbirth. The deceased wife was the 'love of his life', first love, childhood sweethearts, mother of his child and after 12 years was still mourning her and declaring to every female he had sex with that he was not in for anything except sex as he had already had love and no one would ever replace her.
On a personal note I have to say that if a male told me that I would have to say well OK, hi and bye.
The female takes one look at the male and is in love with him, no kiss, no handshake, no hug, nothing but a look. The male was rude and a total jerk to her throughout the entire book and she took it. It was only about the 7 pages from the end in which the female is leaving to go spend Christmas with her parents and she is being flown by the jerks brother and the plane crashes that jerk thinks - oh I love her, nothing can happen to her I can't live without her. So he rescues her, his daughter and his brother where the female promptly tells him that she loves him and passes out. When she wakes up he tells her he loves her but his first wife will always be his first love and then he asked her to marry him and of course she said yes.
Now I was just not feeling the love in this story, it just didn't hold you. I was actually speed reading pages just so I could finish the book and go on to something else. This book did not hold my interest and it didn't make me feel good about them either.
Here's another thing that bugged me....after he finally beds her, he disappears and tells her that he doesn't ever want to see her again. WTH??? She gave him her virginity, and he treats her like total crap. My heart broke for her completely. She didn't deserve to be treated like garbage just because he couldn't get past the loss of his wife. If he didn't want it to go any further, he should have sat her down and been nice about it instead of lashing out at her and being so darn cruel about it. It's as if he thought of no one but himself most of the time.
Kelsey, she's so cute at times, but what a little schemer. Something tells me in the next few stories in this series, she'll have her hands in a little matching making too, unless someone learns to rein her in a bit..
Would I recommend this book? Yes, it's a little more controversial than the other stories so far, but it's still a really good story. One that will make you feel just about every emotion you've ever felt before. Some good, and some not so good.