Thursday, April 3, 2014
A Match Made in Texas by Katie Lane
Anyway, we meet up with Brianne Cates who is heading to Bramble, Texas, because unflattering images that could cause some damage if they got into the wrong hands. However, Brianne hits a couple of snags on the way to her destination. One being a dude looking like Elvis who's trying to test Brianne's patience. Well, her patiences didn't win the battle, and she ended up in trouble of the law. Now Dusty Hicks is just trying to do his job when he comes across Brianne. However, Brianne alludes him and becomes a pain his butt. It pretty much escalates from there.
A Match Made in Texas happen to be a little fun read with a cast of characters that were crazy, plain and simple. You have the crazy ladies at the Henhouse. Seriously, when an old lady in a wheel chair starts firing a gun you better duck and cover. Then you have Reverend Josiah Jessup causing a stir trying to weasel his way back to the top. Of course, you have the interaction between Brianne and Dusty. Dusty is divorcee who is trying to work on getting joint custody of his daughter and Brianne is the last person he needs in his life. Dusty sees Brianne like his ex-wife, a socialite who's willing to through her name around to get her way. However, Brianne isn't like. Actually, she would like to be seen as her own person, but that's kind of hard when you have three overbearing older brothers.
A Match Made in Texas gave me a good chuckle with the ladies of the Henhouse clucking away. You have the antics of the good Reverend cause havoc on the good people of Bramble. Of course you have the attraction between Brianne and Dusty. Both are trying to fight there feelings. Overall, an entertaining story. It can be read as a standalone. Since I haven't read the previous books in the series I was able to do just find with the storyline. So, you are looking for a fun read that has some crazy antics, you might give A Match Made in Texas a go.
Copy provided by Forever Romance via NetGalley