Looking for Trouble (Texas Trouble, #4)

Looking for Trouble (Texas Trouble, #4)

by Becky McGraw

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940154269602
Publisher: Becky McGraw
Publication date: 08/06/2012
Series: Texas Trouble , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 354,264
File size: 689 KB

About the Author

A Jill of many trades, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Becky McGraw has been an optician, a beautician, a legal secretary, a real estate broker, web designer, graphic artist, and romance writer. She knows just enough to make her dangerous, and her humor-laced contemporary cowboy, military and romantic suspense novels varied and interesting. Becky resides in Florida with her husband of thirty-plus years and her dog Abby. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America Published Authors Network, Novelists, Inc. and The Sisters In Crime.

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Email: beckymcgrawbooks@gmail.com

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Looking For Trouble 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the series, hate Jess Sparks. The writing, itself is great. It definately keeps your interest. I've enjoyed all the books, including this one; however, I have just finished reading this entire series, and the one thing that i keep coming back to is how much I loath Jess Sparks. Jess is a new mother, who suffers from post- parteum depression. I think that it was great that the author covered this very common, but rarely talked about disorder. Perhaps it will help others out there that don't understand what is happening to them. However, by the end of the book I was left feeling as if Jess had a whole lot more emotional issues that she needed to deal with than just a case of baby blues. Jess was incredably selfish, and self-involved. All she cared about was hoarding her baby, no matter the cost. She never even stopped to consider the negative effects her selfishness would have on the child she claimed to love so dearly. No mother, who truely loves her child, would intentionally keep that child from a loving, involved father who was eagar to share parental and financial responsiblity. In the end, I felt sorry for Wade. I would never wish to be the person saddled with a spouse so emotionally unstable. Not a happy ending, in my opinion.