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What a Texas Girl Wants (Texas Wishes Book 1) Kindle Edition
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“Kristina Knight doesn’t hold back on the sass, emotion, and passion, keeping her readers riveted right up until they reach The End.” — Aimee Carson, author of Secret History of a Good Girl and How to Win the Dating War
“Kristina Knight delivers a fun romp from Mexico, through Texas, and straight into true love” —Kelsey Browning, author and cofounder of Romance University
From the Author
- ASIN : B008195BIS
- Publisher : Crimson Romance (June 4, 2012)
- Publication date : June 4, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 1960 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 172 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1440544646
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #865,785 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Follow that by a sexy man that for all his pretenses at bad boy, he really isn't one - and the way that he finally shows it! Oh, sooo cool.
Nicely done, Kristina! Can't wait to see what you write next.
I expect I will wish I had an autographed copy at some point!
What A Texas Girl wants features Kathleen and Jackson, and an interesting predicament they've gotten themselves into. They knew each other from college, and now they are face to face after not seeing each other for years.
Kathleen has dreams of taking over her ranch. She went on a vacation to Mexico, and woke up married! Okay, so there's a lot of stories with this kind of theme, but I can never get tired of them, especially if they are well written and funny, just as What A Texas Girl Wants is. I can relate to Kathleen because of her dysfunctional family. Kathleen tries to make do what she's dealt with in terms of the cards of life, but there are so many things she'd never imagined. Jackson being a part of her life, even if it's temporary to decide how they will proceed changes her view.
Jackson, ahh, A mystery to us all. He's got a past he's not very willing to share, and he's built himself a business from the ground up. He's moving on and doesn't care to look back. His encounter with Kathleen sure makes him open his eyes to possibilities he didn't think he wanted or needed.
I enjoyed this book! The characters are fresh, Ms Knight's voice is exciting and engaging. I also love that the couple went to UTEP (University of Texas El Paso, my hometown!)
I love how both Kathleen and Jackson had to grow to be better. They learned so much about themselves in the duration of this story and things wrapped up very nicely. Bravo, Kristina Knight, on a job well done with a sparkling debut. I want more, more more!
This is the third book I've read this week where the h is constantly on the backfoot. She was besotted with the H in college and he knew it. He was a bit of a womaniser but rejected the h. We know his thoughts constantly through the book and we know he doesn't want a relationship with the h. He decides to sleep with her for the duration of his stay but then it's over. He does actually leave her too towards the end of the book but comes back. The h on the other hand is quickly besotted again and I just spent so much time feeling sorry for her. I'm sorry but this kind of unequal relationship doesn't inspire me when I'm reading a romance.
The other issue that I couldn't cope with is their complete lack of memory regarding the wedding. I keep thinking they'd been drugged as it would've been the only logical explanation for such total memory loss. Later bits and pieces came back to them conveniently.
In spite of my annoyance I have decided to download the next book because the teaser chapters in this book intrigued me.