Vince Yates earned the nickname "Invincible Vince" because of his reputation for letting absolutely nothing stop him. Not his tyrant of a father. Nor the injuries he suffered in the Civil War. Nor the fact that he is Broken Wheel's only attorney and sheriff yet has no law degree.
My thoughts: Whenever I’ve picked up a Mary Connealy book, I’ve know I’m in for a bit of history, a bit of sweet romance, and a lot of fun and levity. She writes with the magic of an author that can weave a good story, tuck in some salient information from history, and leave you relaxed and feeling happy to have read her book. That is talent.
Lively Tina who so desperately needs to feel the connection and love of family and invincible Vince from the team of guys who have made up the “Trouble in Texas” series, clash and smash it out as they discover that they are getting stuck together in more ways than one.
The action is quick moving, the dialogue to the point and sprinkled liberally with levity, and you move with the characters through the pages bumping into trouble and solving issues in the town, on the ranch, and in the hearts and lives of the characters.
A good read anytime, but especially for a relaxed, lazy summertime bit of enjoyment.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy from Bethany House a division of Baker Publishing Group in exchange for my review. Opinions are my own. I was not compensated nor required to give a positive review.