Texas Tears: Cross Timbers Romance Family Saga Book 3
In Book One of the Thanksgiving Books & Blessings Collection Two, just as Mexico and the United States both wanted the Republic of Texas, best friends Charity and Arlene want the same man! Which will the Texicans choose? Who will the man? Will Eberhart de Vechhi, the object of the young ladies’ desires, fo ...more
In this story we meet Charity and Arlene, best friends. They both are interested in “Hart” Eberhart. Hart has an interfering mother. She tries to sway him in his decision about the girls. They begin the book a bit immature and bratty, but the ...more
First, Caryl McAdoo is a wonderful author. I have enjoyed all of her writings that I have been able to read. Definitely check her out and start a binge session soon.
Second, I have found that all of her books work best when read within their series. This really does give you a better feel for the characters and more back story so you don’t find yourself asking fifty questions without answers.
Third, I broke my own rule in second and didn’t read the books that come befor ...more
"Praying my story gives God the glory"
I love that and I am a fan of her books. In "Texas Tears" it begins will 2 young ladies and 1 young man. Yeah, not a good combination since both young ladies want that one man. Shortly though, in walks another young man and he has his heart set on one of the young ladies. My, my, my, do you feel a storm coming? Who will win the charming Eberhart? Wi ...more
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I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This review is one hundred percent my opinion.
Best friends fall in love with the same man. A lot of tears fall as we follow their dreams and goals. I enjoyed how they developed their story writing and how it affected their relationships. Interesting family drama. . loved it!
I was gifted a copy, no review was required. My review is voluntary.
Born in California, Caryl McAdoo got to Texas in time to celebrate her first birthday. As a Dallas seventh grader, she remembers a homework essay on ‘What will you be doing in 2000?’ Looking into the future, she saw herself as an inter-galactically famous author, streaking from planet to planet signing books. She laughs, “But I didn’t start writing again until the late ’80s, then was so blessed to...more