A Texas Soldier's Family
On the last leg of his tour of duty, Captain Garrett Lockhart is summoned home to Laramie, Texas, to handle an urgent family matter—a scandal that could destroy the enduring legacy of the Lockharts. Except it's already being "handled" by Hope Winslow, a professional crisis manager.
Hope is also the beautiful single mother of the most adorable baby ...more
This didn't really hold my attention, and the accounting inadequacies drove me nuts. So did all the baby stuff. Feeding, changing diapers, burping - yuck. Not something I want to read about in such detail. Yuck
The family drama, and the embezzled funds, the mystery behind it, and the stress of the publicity all gave texture to the story and intrigue to the mind.
The attention brought to the need of the veterans after service care was admirable, and well done with respect towards the service personnel.
I liked the honesty of the family, their view of the history, and how the ...more
Overall I thought that this book was an interesting story. I enjoyed the two ...more
Having never read a book by this author, I wasn't sure what to expect, particularly from a Harlequin novel. I am so glad I picked it up and read it.
What a sexy, slightly steamy, sweet, and enjoyable novel.
I absolutely loved the characters and the plot line, while easily guessed, still engaged the reader throughout the novel.
The characters of Garrett Lockhart and Hope Winslow are well developed, as are all the other characters in the novel. ...more
This was a sweet, romantic story. The ...more
He wasn't aware of his mother's plan, and really did not want to get on board. He gradually comes to see that Hope, whom he fell in lust at first sight with, really was his family's best hope to recover from the bad publicity they were receiving.
It brought to life the real issues our vets are facing when coming home, and the struggles to find good medical care in various areas. I applaud the real life Garretts and Monroes and Dunlop families.
I really hope the embezzlers get what's coming to them by the end of the series.
Miniseries: Texas Legacies: The Lockharts
The love stories in my family have always been fodder for romance novels.
My maternal grandmother and grandfather simultaneously ran a business together and raised four daughters, long before it was an accepted thing to do. Grandpa O’Dell ran the gas station and the barber shop; Grandma O’Dell managed the grocery and cooked for customers. They were true partners and madly in love and