I'm so thrilled today to review my good friend Linda Broday's new western romance, Texas Mail Order Bride, on it's release day!
About The Book:
"So beautiful. You make it impossible to think." He pulled her against him and found her mouth. "You don't know how long I've wanted to do this."
When he let her up for air, she whispered as though she couldn't trust her voice,
"Is this another Texas custom?"
"Absolutely," he growled. "Welcome to Texas."
In my opinion, no one writes western romance better than Linda Broday, and with her latest release, she once again proves why she is one of the tops in her genre!
This story has everything a fan of western-themed love stories could want - great characters that include a handsome cowboy (plus two equally handsome brothers), a damsel in distress (but also smart and feisty) and a supporting cast of interesting folks; a fascinating setting in post-Civil War Texas; and a fast-paced whirlwind of a tale that will keep readers riveted to their seats until the very satisfying end.
Linda has such a great way of pulling her readers into the heart of the story and through her superb storytelling skills she creates such an imaginative tale that one can almost fancy themselves right there along side the characters as they work to carve out a life and as well as find love in the wild, wild West.
"Texas Mail Order Bride" is the first book in Linda's "Bachelors of Battle Creek" series, and I can't wait for the next books, featuring those other two hunky cowboy brothers, to come out!
I highly recommend any and everything Linda Broday has written and urge you to check out this new fabulous novel! You'll be glad you did!
About The Author:
Linda Broday resides in the panhandle of Texas on the Llano Estacado. At a young age, she discovered a love for storytelling, history, and anything pertaining to the Old West. Cowboys fascinate her. There's something about Stetsons, boots, and tall rugged cowboys that get her fired up!
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Linda has won many awards, including the prestigious National Readers' Choice Award and the Texas Gold Award.
She blogs regularly at www.PetticoatsandPistols.com
And you can visit her at www.LindaBroday.com.
My thanks to the author for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.