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Twins Under the Christmas Tree (Harlequin American Romance Series #1469)

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  • Posted August 19, 2014

    I really enjoyed Conway's and Isi's story. Although Conway had m

    I really enjoyed Conway's and Isi's story. Although Conway had me wanting to strangle him for most part of the book he turned out okay.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 23, 2013

    I loved this 2nd book in the Cash Brother Series from Mariin. It

    I loved this 2nd book in the Cash Brother Series from Mariin. It is amazing how 2 little boys can change how a man has always thought he wanted things, and bring him to his knees. I love the brothers and their names, even if they don't. Can't wait for the next one...

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  • Posted October 2, 2013

    This is the second book in The Cash Brothers Series and don't le

    This is the second book in The Cash Brothers Series and don't let the cute little boys on the cover fool you, there is a hot Cash Brother inside!

    Conway Twitty Cash does not want to be a father. He is afraid he will turn into the type of disappearing father his was. So to avoid it, Conway avoids women with children. Doesn't matter how great they are, if they have kids they are out!

    Until Isi changes things. He always knew she has twins so they are just friends but when they are thrown together more and more Conway finds himself in a situation he hasn't before...does he really want the woman and the boys? To have a family with children?

    I loved this book even though sometimes I wanted to reach through the book and smack Conway.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    more from this reviewer

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    4.7 Star Review ¿ Twins Under The Christmas Tree - Cash Brothers

    4.7 Star Review – Twins Under The Christmas Tree - Cash Brothers #2 series

    I recommend this book.
    I enjoyed this book by Marin. This book includes passion, laughs, heartache, and jealousy.
    If you have not read the below I would recommend reading those books first.
    A Cowboy's Duty by Marin Thomas – This is the sister’s story
    The Cowboy Next Door by Marin Thomas

    Conway Twitty Cash is looking for “the one” but it seems like everyone he tries to date has kids or wants them. He has decided that he will never be a father so he needs to find someone that does not have kids and does not want them. After finding out his latest date has a child he leaves the rodeo early and goes to the Border Town Bar & Grill where his friend Isadore “Isa” Lopez works. His date finds him there and takes a swing at him only to hit Isa.
    Isa is Conway’s best friend. They shared some kisses but as soon as he found out she had kids the kisses stopped. Rather than lose each other they are friends. Conway comes into the bar a talks to Isa about his woman and about finding the one. She is attracted to Conway but knows he does not want kids. So she will settle for being friends.
    After her sitter quits Conway agrees to watch the twin boys for her while she goes to classes and works. He has fun spending time with the boys. They go Trick or Treating together and help him with the Pecan farming. After seeing her boys with Conway Isa realizes they need a male role model so she goes on a date but it’s a disaster. Conway decides he will fix her up with his “safe” brother Will.
    Things start falling apart between Conway and Isa after they spend the night together. It gets even worst when the twins ask something of Conway he is sure he cannot give them. Conway tries to give the boys a puppy to make up for disappointing them but that does not work out well....

    The twins are both so cute in this story. I love that you can really feel the twins and Conway bond in this story. The chemistry between Isa and Conway is great. I felt that I was watching a few friends fall in love right in front of me. Granted there were times I wanted to smack Conway…. But all in all a really great read!

    Read the book to get answers to the below:
    Is Will a safe bet to date Isa?
    Why is Conway so against being a father or dating someone with kids?
    What did the boys ask of Conway?


    I can't wait for the next book in the Cash Brothers series. Due out in 2014

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