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Texas Bride by Joan Johnston
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May 03, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012-books-read, romance, western, historical-romance
Read in May, 2012

Good book. Miranda and Jake's marriage got off to a rocky start. I was really impressed with the way that Miranda got herself and her brothers out of Chicago and to San Antonio to meet Jake. She showed a lot of courage and resourcefulness to make that trip successfully. The fact that she hadn't told him about her brothers and the sisters she left behind was a worry for her, but she had to hope for the best. Meanwhile, Jake hadn't exactly been honest with her either. His ranch was in bad shape and she was expected to care for his daughter and father-in-law too. I really enjoyed the way that Miranda took things over right away and made an immediate difference. I also liked the way she set about trying to get Jake to be a real husband to her. It was pretty obvious that he was fighting a losing battle. I am looking forward to the stories for the sisters.
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