Friday, June 27, 2014

Stuck Together - A Review


Published - June 2014, Bethany House Publishers

Series - Trouble in Texas book 3

Author - Mary Connealy

Title - Stuck Together

Tina Cahill is on a mission - turn Broken Wheel into a dry town. Yet her cause seems to be falling on deaf ears as the cowboys seem to see her as a pretty distraction. Speaking of distractions, Vince Yates is certainly one for her. Tina doesn't know what she's done to make him annoyed with her, but she'd like to figure it out. Vince Yates is a lawyer with few clients. He came to Broken Wheel along with the rest of his Regulator friends when Luke Stone needed them. He's finally looking forward to some peace and quiet in this small town. Yet the spunky Tina Cahill finds all sorts of ways to interrupt his peaceful existence. And she's not the only one. His father arrives in town with Vince's mother and a sister he never knew he had. Suddenly Vince has more than he can handle. A sister who is falling for one of his best friends. A mother who needs constant supervision. A criminal to track. And then there's Tina. As almost the only single people left in town, they end up being stuck together more often than not. Will Vince and Tina figure out the benefits of being stuck together?

Some books open with a pretty description of a scenic place. Others open with dynamic dialogue. Not this one. This is the first one I've read that opens with a mud fight. A down and out fist flying, mud throwing, mud fight. And that set the tone for the rest of the book.

I really do think that this one is my favorite of the series. I loved the interactions between Tina and Vince. I also loved catching up with the rest of the Regulators.

I received this book for free from Bethany House for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of historical fiction, comedies, westerns, Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connealy

Rating - 4.5 stars






3 comments:

  1. Thanks Dawn. I'm so glad you liked it!!!

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  2. how can you not love a mud fight? reminds me of the John Wayne movie, McLintock.

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  3. I also read and enjoyed "Stuck Together." Fun read, wasn't it!

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