Book Reviews of Give Me a Texan: Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love

Give Me a Texan: Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love
Give Me a Texan Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love
Author: Linda Broday, Phyliss Miranda, DeWanna Pace, Jodi Thomas
ISBN-13: 9781420101034
ISBN-10: 142010103X
Publication Date: 2/1/2008
Pages: 382
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 55 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Give Me a Texan: Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love on + 14 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
4 short stories in one..I bought this because I am a Jodi Thomas fan..
The story by Linda Broday(who I'd never read before) was my fav. of them all. Her's had more humor and the story wasn't as lame as the others.
If this was the 1st time I'd read a Jodi Thomas book I wouldn't have all her others. I was disappointed in the book overall..
reviewed Give Me a Texan: Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love on + 65 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
I very much enjoyed the first story-- Amarilla by Morning which is the longest in the book. The others have the failing that many short-story romances seem to have-- the conflict seems to be resolves too quickly sort of "I hate you" or "Go away" followed by, "And they all lived happily ever after. I think it takes more delicacy to write a short romance story than most people are able to pull off well. That said-- it was worth a read...
reviewed Give Me a Texan: Amarillo by Morning / A Shade of Sunrise / The Love Letter / No Time for Love on
Hank Harris wasn't even looking for a woman when he ended up with a wife. Their hasty marriage is for appearances only: a capable, intelligent woman like Aggie is exactly who he needs as a business partner. If only she weren't so damn beautiful and spirited -- and in his bed.

Payton McCord thought he was one tough cowboy until Amanda Lemmons made him mind his manners. And a woman of her caliber is worth the trouble she causes...

Newspaperman Quinten Corbett wasn't expecting his new apprentice to be female. Boston-born Kaira Renaulde is far too refined for a rough-and-tumble frontier town -- and far too pretty for his peace of mind...

Briar Duncan knows he needs someone to help him raise his headstrong little daughter. But Mina McCoy is more than he bargained for -- much more! The woman has the face of an angel and a very definite mind of her own...
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This is a wonderful read. Signed by Linda Broday