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Texas Ranger Dad (Mule Hollow Matchmakers #10)
by Debra Clopton (Goodreads Author)
Everyone in Mule Hollow can see the resemblance between former Texas Ranger Zane Cantrell and Rose Vincent's son. The same gold-flecked amber eyes. The same smile. Not that Zane is smiling. He's in shock! How could Rose have kept their child a secret from him? Rose reminds Zane that "he's" the one who walked away. He has to make her see he had no choice. But Rose is as pri...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill
(first published January 1st 2009)
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I liked the story, liked people already involved from previous books, however,,,, this book was written with alot of effort. Some parts are just too predictable, grammar slacking a bit, some parts are just dry. Overall is still a good book.
I'm actually torn between 1-star or 2-stars for this book. I love how the author incorporates faith and a good ole' love story in a small quirky town with lovable characters. The deal breaker for me would be Rose Vincent and her attitude. Goodness! There has been occurrences where I just want to snap the book shut because of her constant denial. I could never understand what she's afraid of with Zane Cantrell. I mean, does she need for Zane to be in a hospital bed or a coffin for her to realize...more
everyone in mule hollow can see the resemblance between former texas ranger zane cantrell and rose vinvent's son the same gold flecked ambber eyes the same smile not that zane is smiling he's in shock how could rose have kept their child a secret from him rose reminds zane that he's the one who walked away he has to make see he had no choice but rose is as pricky as the catcus jelly she makes and that's where their hopeful son and the mule hollow matchmaker come marching in
To paraphrase movie critic Roger Ebert, calling these characters cardboard is an insult to useful packing material. Zane Cantrell meets his long-lost love, Rose, and the son he didn't know he had. The idea of a mother-son business selling prickly pear jelly is interesting, but by the middle of the book I couldn't have cared less what anybody did. Of all the Love Inspired books I've read, this has to be the most stultifying boring book in the series.
An award winning author and a 6 generation Texan Debra Clopton considers herself not just a storyteller but an entertainer and that is what she thinks about foremost as she creates her plots for her readers. To write stories that connect to readers with a little of everything: laughter, tears, heartfelt emotion, fast paced-page turning entertainment. She wants her readers to leave their stress beh...moreMore about Debra Clopton...