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My Kind of Trouble: Texas Trouble (Volume 1) Paperback – June 18, 2012
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Be sure to check out the other books in the Texas Trouble Series by Becky McGraw
- Book #1 - My Kind of Trouble (Cassie & Luke)
- Book #2 - The Trouble With Love (Sabrina & Cole)
- Book #3 - Double the Trouble (Karlie & Gabe)
- Book #4 - Looking for Trouble (Jess & Wade)
- Book #5 - Trouble in Dixie (Katie & Tommy)
- Book #6 - Asking for Trouble (Jazzie & Beau)
- Book #7 - Chasing Trouble (Jenny & Chase
- Book #8 - Here Comes Trouble (Terri & Joel)
- Book#9 Worth The Trouble (Ethan and Roxanne)
- Book #10 Royal Trouble (Wes and Leigh Ann)
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The h returns to town to help her injured dad on the ranch. The first person she runs into is her ex, the H. The H is still upset over the h leaving him since she never said goodbye or told him the reason for her departure. After the misunderstanding is resolved, the two pair up again since neither ever got over each other. There is a lot of inner dialogue from the H regarding his love for the h. I found that endearing and fell in love with him.
I liked that they resolved the misunderstanding before the midpoint in the book . They start as a happy couple from this point and fight the ex fiance who is the villain during the remainder of the story. I found some parts of the book pretty funny...especially the labor section in the epilogue. The H's best friend was hilarious at times at the expense of the H. I see that he is the H in the next book in this series. Good for him. He should get his own h.
I dinged the book for a couple of reasons. I felt that the ex fiancé going psycho at the very end was unnecessary drama and too gimmicky. I also thought it was strange for the h to stay away from home for 10 years when she had family there. I also dislike this magic 10 year gap if both characters claim they never got over each other. Why radio silence for 10 years if you are so in love? And I also have to question the existence of a fiancé if the h thought about the H every day.
Overall, it is a 3.5 star recommend. It was a fun and low angst read.
This is the series that had me looking into moving to Texas. The author has the ability to take the reader on location. I could imagine the dry grasses blowing in the wind. I could hear the horses in the fields. I could smell the ranches, (yeah maybe I didn't need to "smell" all of that). I just knew I wanted to check it out for myself.
My Kind of Trouble has Cassie returning to the Double B Ranch to help out her dad. After 10 years away it should be easy. It will be his she can just avoid Luke Matthews. Luke has other ideas. When her fiancé and business partner roll into town she will need Luke more than ever.
The Trouble with Love has wedding bells playing in the distance. Cassie is getting married. She asks her friend Sabrina, from Arizona, to be her Maid of Honor and to help out at the ranch while she is on her honeymoon. Sabrina jumps at the opportunity to reevaluate her life. If Sheriff Cole Jackson has his way she will be thinking twice before returning to Arizona.
Double the Trouble has Karlie, one of the twins heading to Bowie to help Cassie. Making the story get interesting real fast is that Karlie is on the run. When she gets pulled over for speeding by deputy Gabe Kelley. This story is a real eye opener for both of them.
These stories had me falling in love with cowboy romances and counting down to every new release. Lucky for any new reader the series is now complete and you can just keep on reading.
The grammatical errors are distracting and extremely annoying throughout this entire book.
Did I enjoy this book?
Except for the editing issues, yes.
It was drawn out in places, but overall well written.
Would I recommend this book?
Sure. It's a little dramatic in a few places, like Luke's hospital stay, the restaurant scene with Candy, and Cassie's reason for leaving, but the worse part was Luke's symptoms in the epilogue.
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