About The Book:
Callie leaned into him, borrowing his strength. "I'm so tired of being scared, Rand."
"Running away won't change that. Trust me with your secrets. There's no reason to hold back any longer."
She knew he was right. It was time to come clean.
"Start with your name," he said.
In her second book of the Bachelors of Battle Creek series, author Linda Broday shines the light on bachelor brother/rancher Rand Sinclair and Callie Quinn, the lady who steals his heart and turns the confirmed bachelor into an instant daddy/husband/provider.
As usual, Linda displays her masterful storytelling skills in this romantic and excitingly suspenseful tale. Her characters are people you'd be proud to know (ok, that's a Texas saying!) and I especially loved how she brought in characters (Cooper and Delta; brother Brett, etc.) from the first book and brings readers up to date on their stories. And the setting, the small town of Battle Creek, Texas, is a wonderful example of the historic past in the Lone Star State. And the addition of cute kids and a loveable dog makes this story a must read for western romance fans.
"Twice A Texas Bride" is just a fantastically fun book that grabs the reader and doesn't let go until the very last page. There is romance, suspense, bad guys, good guys, kids, dogs - you name it! A little something for everyone! I highly recommend it and I can't wait for the next book, "Forever His Texas Bride," to come out!
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
Visit her at www.LindaBroday.com
My thanks to Sourcebooks and the author for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.