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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2006

    Tina has done it again

    My Baby My Bride By Tina Leonard Tina has done it again . Created a town you would love to live in and people you want to know and be friends with. The town of Tulips is small and everyone knows what everyone is doing . Sheriff Duke Forrester was left at the altar by Liberty Wentworth. Now she is back and has a secret . Duke needs to change and Liberty needs to understand that she belongs . Something she never felt with her own parents . If the ladies at the Tulip Saloon ( a tea house not a bar) have anything to do with it these two will be together always . This is a must read for Tina¿s fans . The Tulips trilogy is going to be another great read . Too bad it is not a longer series.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent storytelling

    In Tulips, Texas, Sheriff Duke Forrester still misses his beloved Liberty Wentworth who left him on the day they were to marry accusing him of being too rigid in his manner. He cannot understand why she believes that as he knows the town is run by females and he reports to a woman.---------- Though it happens to be Ladies Only Day at the Tulips Saloon, Duke enters the establishment to the ire of the patrons he says he heard rumors that Liberty is back in town and he wants to confront her. However, though Liberty is pregnant carrying his offspring, she still refuses to marry him. Desperate but as obstinate as his beloved claims he is, Duke pleads with the ladies of the Tulips Saloon to help him on his quest though that means working with the enemy whose advice sent Liberty running in the first place.---------- Tulips is a fascinating place as matriarchs run everything and are mentoring their replacements. Duke is a wise person who learned from his initial mistakes that winning Liberty¿s heart is not enough as he must sell himself as a husband and father to the town female leaders. Though a bit inane, fans will enjoy his efforst to gain support by enlisting the enemy to develop the strategy he needs to deploy to triumph as this is love and war. Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2006

    Change is good

    Tina Leonard has written a wonderful story. She has a ruggedly handsome sheriff that was left behind at the altar by the love of his life. She has a very confused pregnant ex-fiance who returns to town. When she puts the two together, sparks fly and not just the angry ones. They are still very attracted to each other. The small town pulls together to try to get the two mixed-up lovers back to the altar. I truly enjoyed this book and the Tulip Salloon series is going to be another highly read series. I recommend getting your book as soon as you can.

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