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To Wed in Texas (McClain Series #3)

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  • Posted February 17, 2012

    A Total Hit!

    There are a few thin spots. EG. Daniel a totally devoted father of almost 4 year old twins has not bothered to name them yet. Seriously? the man's a preacher for heaven sake! Open a bible or name them after your mother or grandmother. How about flowers?( Rose, Lily.) Or jewels? (Pearl, Ruby,) or days of the week etc.. Thank God the babysitter shows up and names them Cinnamon and Starlit. Not great but if you've been called nothing but twin for 4 years you'd see the improvement. I still gave it 5 stars because despite a few quirks it has some laugh out loud moments and a really lovable heroine. Even Daniel can't resist her and he tries. A very good read.

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  • Posted December 13, 2010

    Must read!

    Action packed and romantic! Fun read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2000

    Daniel McLain finds he is alive after all.

    In a small town in Texas Daniel finds he can't cope with his twin 3 year old daughters and wirtes his deceased wife's family for help. Thinking an elderly aunt is coming to help him. When a trunk arrives and he finds a wild red head inside, he finds out she is a poor unwanted cousin of his first wife sent to him by her elderly aunt to get rid of her. With the reconstruction era there are so many problems and now Daniel has a bigger one and with feeling guilty about his feelings for Karlee. But fate steps in and when Daniel's sister-in-law from his first wife threatens to come and take the only reason for Daniel to be living his daughters, even though he is hurt from a fire, he asks Karlee to be his wife, forever and stay and help him raise the twins. Well worth reading twice. Please tell WOLF HAYWARD STORY AND BRING THE OLD CHARACTERS BACK AGAIN. THOMAS IS GREAT!!!!

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