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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed The Last Man in Texas (Malloy Men, Bk 1) (Harlequin Superromance, No 918) on
Cameron Malloy is handsome, successful and single..but Elizabeth wouldn't have him if he were the last bachelor in Texas. It doesn't matter that she's loved her boss for years - he takes her for granted. If she's ever going to have a family, now's the time to move on.
Of course, that doesn't stop Elizabeth from asking Cameron to help her find Mr. Right. Who better to tell her exactly what men are looking for than a serial monogamist like Cameron? And if, along the way, he starts to realize he'd like to apply for the position, there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, it just might have been Elizabeth's plan from the start...
This was a truly enjoyable story. It was fun, witty, and the dialogue between the protagonists was superb. I highly recommend, and now I'm looking for the other books in this series about the Malloy men.
I've kept this book for a few years, because the interaction in the story is very engrossing. The characters have a lot of personality (and backstory) that really puts you into the setting, more like you are a fly on the wall, rather than a reader flipping pages.