Book Reviews of To Love A Texan

To Love A Texan
To Love A Texan
Author: Georgina Gentry
ISBN-13: 9780821779903
ISBN-10: 0821779907
Publication Date: 1/1/2007
Pages: 376
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Z Mass Paper
Book Type: Paperback
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a woman with a will
Miss Lillian Primm is beyond weary of polishing the manners of Bostons young ladies,so when she inherits half of a "hotel" in fort floppet,Texas,she eagerly heads out west-only to discover that the Texas Lily is no less than a house of ill repute.
a man with a plan
Bradley O'Neal doesn't intend to change a thing about the Texas Lily,least of all the lovely ladies who keep customers coming back for more.It won't be the first time he turns on the charm to get his way-and discovering what lies behind Miss Primm,s proper facade is a game too tempting to pass up.
a match made in the wild west
Now,as the straitlaced schoolmarm faces off against the shrewest gambler in the lonestar state,let the winner take all
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Delightful western romance
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Very slow to get the plot to where it was going. Hardly any sexual tension for a romance, but not bad.
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Georgina Gentry breathes life into a worn storyline. Miss Lillian Primm has inherited ½ interest in (what is euphemistically called) a hotel. In the lawyers letter, he offers Lillian money for her portion of the brothel.

Lillian has been teaching young ladies in Boston and decides to spend her summer vacation traveling to Fort Floppett to see if she should sell. When she arrives, she meets the towns heart-throb, Brad O'Neal, who just happens to own the other half.

Lillian is horrified to find 7 whores working there and immediately closes the brothel. She offers to teach the women home and work skills, so they can have a chance at real jobs and husbands. Brad and Lillian spar over the direction their business should take. The dialog is priceless and offers lots of laughs.

Then suddenly, the story goes flat; it loses its sizzle. I kept wondering why the story didnt spend more time with the relationship between the ladies and Lillian.

I had no problem finishing the book. It IS a pleasant story that keeps the reader interested. By concentrating on the visiting congressmen and not on the changes in the ladies I felt that opportunities were lost. This really could have been a more substantial and appealing story.
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a woman with a will
Miss Lillian Primm is beyond weary of polishing the manners of Bostons young ladies,so when she inherits half of a "hotel" in fort floppet,Texas,she eagerly heads out west-only to discover that the Texas Lily is no less than a house of ill repute.
a man with a plan
Bradley O'Neal doesn't intend to change a thing about the Texas Lily,least of all the lovely ladies who keep customers coming back for more.It won't be the first time he turns on the charm to get his way-and discovering what lies behind Miss Primm,s proper facade is a game too tempting to pass up.
a match made in the wild west
Now,as the straitlaced schoolmarm faces off against the shrewest gambler in the lonestar state,let the winner take all
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Love all of GG books & this is no exception. Wonderful story line & so well written.