The Lassoed Bride by Kathy Carmichael {Book Review}

Disclosure: I received an ebook copy in exchange for my honest review.

The Lassoed Bride by Kathy CarmichaelTitle: The Lassoed Bride
Pages: 76

Six years ago, Barbara Palmer fell head-over-heels for cocky cowboy Ben O'Shea. He was devastatingly appealing, and he knew it. He had her heart—until the day he stood her up and disappeared. Now he’s back, determined to take up again where they left off—even though she's about to marry another man.

Despite all the growing up Ben has done in the past six years, including the highly successful dude ranch he's built that's made him a millionaire—he's never forgotten Barb and he wants her back.

But her wedding grows closer every day. He has to win back her love and her trust, before she's lost to him forever.

THE TEXAS TWO-STEP, in series order
Western Pleasure (A Novella) (Book 0)
Chasing Charlie (Book 1)
The Lassoed Bride (A Novella) (Book 2)
Country Courtship (Book 3)
Courting Trouble (Book 4)
My Southern Bride (Book 5)

The Texas Two-Step romantic comedy series is a reader favorite. All of the stories in the series are sweet, charming and emotional contemporary romance. Each story in the series stands alone, but all Texas Two-Step novels and novellas feature love stories about members of the Nelson, Murphy or Palmer families — and sometimes, more than one!

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I briefly remembered reading Chasing Charlie when I started reading The Lassoed Bride and I had read Country Courtship fairly recently. Needless to say, even though they are a series, they do not necessarily need to go in order and they can be read as stand alone books. I don’t feel that reading them out of order or as stand alones messed with the story line at all.

The Lassoed Bride was short, sweet, mostly predictable, but still romantic to the point of putting a giddy smile on my face.

I liked that this was a novella and it was straight to the point. No pussy footing around. No game playing. This book’s characters saw what they wanted and went for it.

If you are looking for a quick, cute, romantic read; pick up The Lassoed Bride. If you are looking for longer, cute, romantic reads; pick up the entire series!

About the Author

Kathy CarmichaelWelcome to the world of Kathy Carmichael where there are evil dust bunnies and troublesome trolls lying in wait around each bend, ready to make you laugh and smile and discover your inner child.

When Kathy grew up in North Dallas, the area wasn’t developed as it is now. Across the street from her home were woods thick with trees and ivy, and a white-chalk creek. There were fairies beneath rocks and pretend people hiding under bushes. She spent much of her childhood telling herself and neighborhood children stories of knights and magic and beautiful damsels.

Although the setting has changed from untamed suburbia to contemporary locales, she’s still spinning tales of modern day knights and beautiful damsels and the magic of the heart.

Now Kathy lives on the Florida West Coast with her husband, two sons, two cats and a huge collection of dust bunnies. She’s often seen with her nose stuck in a book or scribbling madly on a scrap of paper when she’s not attending one of her sons’ activities.

Kathy believes one of the most important gifts you can give your children (and dust bunnies) is to read to them. She’s doing her best to pass on a love for the written word and hopes each of her readers will do the same.

Find Kathy… Website, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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