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A Texan's Luck (Wife Lottery Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2005

    I loved the 'Texan's Trilogy'

    Loved it, Loved it. All three stories kept me interested and entertained. Love the way the author builds the characters and their stories. All of the trilogy books have humor and spark. Jodi Thomas is an excellent author, can't wait for her next book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A hearwarming story

    In 1886 Cottonwood, Texas, Captain Walker Larson is moving the women and children from the town because of a pending cattle war. A young woman arrives claiming to be his wife Lacy, whom he never met before. Walker had given his now deceased father power of attorney when he joined the military and so his dad legally married him to Lacy, who runs the family printing plant in Cedar Point. Lacy insists they make love once as she wants to be a ¿real¿ wife. Walker complies before sending her safely home........................... Two years later, Sheriff Riley informs Lacy that Zeb Whitaker, who tried to rape her, is out of prison and heading this way because he believes the women has his gold. Walker arrives because Riley sent a letter to his superior officer, insisting that his spouse was in danger. Walker is assigned to protect Lacy for thirty days. Lacy tells him to leave, but he refuses; instead he escorts her around town. As Lacy keeps track of how many days are left before Walker leaves, they fall in love, but the duo must stop Zeb, overcome their previous encounter and their different lifestyles to forge a permanent relationship....................... The third ¿Texan¿ tale (see WHEN A TEXAN GAMBLES and THE TEXAN¿S WAGER) is a wonderful finish to a fabulous trilogy with all the key threads except perhaps a budding romance between secondary characters resolved. Though the squabbles can become tedious when the heroine refuses to accept she might be in peril, the strong lead couple and the return of heroes from the previous books inside an exciting western romance plot make for a fine read...................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 28, 2014

    Enjoyed the entire series

    My favorite was probably the first book in this series, but they were all good. Characters were likeable. I don't think I've ever been disappointed by this author.

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  • Posted February 9, 2012

    Another Home Run!!!!

    The third in the trilogy. Three women kicked off a wagon train find themselves being auctioned off by the sheriff for a crime they may or may not have committed. Each bride is showcased in her own book. They all have very different stories and all are equally great. Why this one was not an e book I can't imagine--but its well worth sending for.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2004

    Jodi Thomas does it again.

    Another hit! Jodi Thomas's books have great interaction between characters with a hint of humor. Once you pick one of her books up you can't put it down until done. Entertaining all the way.

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