Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Stuck Together


Now that she's settled in town, Tina Cahill is determined to get Broken Wheel's saloon closed for good. To that end, she pickets outside the place every afternoon. Unfortunately, so far no one has paid any attention.

Vince Yates earned the nickname; Invincible Vince because of his reputation for letting absolutely nothing stop him. But Vince is about to face his biggest challenge yet: his past has just caught up with him. His father, mother, and the sister he didn't know he had show up in Broken Wheel without warning. His father is still a schemer. His mother is showing signs of dementia. And his surprise sister quickly falls for one of Vince's best friends. Vince suddenly has a lot of people depending on him, and Tina doesn't approve of how he's handling any of them.

With nearly every other man in town married off, Vince finds himself stuck with strong-willed Tina over and over again. Of course, Tina is the prettiest woman he's ever seen, so if he could just get her to give up her crazy causes, he might go ahead and propose. But he's got one more surprise coming his way: Tina's picketing at the saloon has revealed a dark secret that could put everyone Vince loves in danger

This was a great “hard to put down” novel.   I really enjoyed reading this one!    As the story begins, we go back to the old west in the year 1868, in the town of Broken Wheel Texas.     Here we meet the main characters, Tina,  Duffy, Griss, Jonas, Vince, Glynna, and Dare.
As the story unfolds we learn more of Vince and his family, his tyrant father, a sister he never knew and of course his mother who is showing signs of dementia.    As the story unfolds we learn of the love that Vince has for Tina, but does he allow himself to love another when he may also end up with the dementia that runs in the family?
I really enjoyed the characters in the story,  the author has done a wonderful job.  Her writing style is easy to read, to follow along, and as I said, it was hard to put down.   You can find yourself lost in any one of the characters.

 I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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