Texas Charm: A Sweetgrass Springs Story (Texas Heroes, #23)

Texas Charm: A Sweetgrass Springs Story (Texas Heroes, #23)

by Jean Brashear

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BN ID: 2940154742600
Publisher: Jean Brashear
Publication date: 06/15/2017
Series: Texas Heroes , #23
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 46,202
File size: 1 MB

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Texas Charm: A Sweetgrass Springs Story (Texas Heroes, #23) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JennieF More than 1 year ago
Wow another Sweetgrass Springs story.....and what a way to continue this series! ! Jean Brashear, you know just how to take another long time town person and give them a chance at finding their HEA! ! This story is about Jeanette Carson, a home town waitress at Ruby's Cafe and fashion designer by night (but nobody really knows that except Ruby) . Ruby tells Jeanette to show her designs and finds everyone loves them and wants her to spread her wings. She goes to California but finds that she doesn't like how the upper crust treats her fashions and feels she doesn't belong there until she goes to a country concert and meets up with Walker Roundtree again....Walker came to Sweetgrass Springs to help build the town and to play at one of his friend's wedding and the sparks between him and Jeanette were off the charts. When these two meet again the sparks are still there but Jeanette thinks she can never fit into Walker's world....will these two make a match and find there HEA or will she just go back to Sweetgrass Springs and back to the job at Ruby's????
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
JigsawGirl More than 1 year ago
Although Jeanette and Walker completely frustrated me at times, I loved this book. It made me smile. When I read the last page, I was sorry it was over, but I was still smiling. Walker and "Nettie" both had fears that kept them from communicated. They would get right to that point, and either be interrupted, or pull away from the conversation. Walter's niece, Maisie, was the sweetest thing and the cause of many of the smiles in this book. I am a real sucker for a romance novel with little kids in it. Let's not forget the Sweetgrass Springs family. Supportive family, friends, and neighbors who provide love, friendship, advice, and loyalty to each other. The only person I didn't like in this book was Dusty, Walker's manager. But, both Walker and Jeanette are better people than me. Lol. I definitely recommend this book. It was hard to review it without giving away too much, and but still trying to convey how much I really enjoyed it. I voluntarily read and reviewed this Advanced Reader Copy.