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They’ve got each other—and a whole lot of trouble. Austin Jameson’s life is complicated enough. With twin girls he adores and a ranch he’s dedicated to, the widower and cowboy is more than busy. But when his former flame arrives in his hometown, his world is thrown off balance. Former child star McCall Dalton wants to run away—from her image and the scandal that has engulfed They’ve got each other—and a whole lot of trouble. Austin Jameson’s life is complicated enough. With twin girls he adores and a ranch he’s dedicated to, the widower and cowboy is more than busy. But when his former flame arrives in his hometown, his world is thrown off balance. Former child star McCall Dalton wants to run away—from her image and the scandal that has engulfed her. Brokenhearted and humiliated, she’s come back home to Texas to escape. Austin doesn’t find peace and McCall doesn’t get refuge—instead they rediscover every delicious inch of one another. Before long, their budding romance must face a custody battle with Austin’s in-laws and yet another scandal. Determined not to let each other go a second time, they set out to prove that it’s true what they say: love really does conquer all.


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They’ve got each other—and a whole lot of trouble. Austin Jameson’s life is complicated enough. With twin girls he adores and a ranch he’s dedicated to, the widower and cowboy is more than busy. But when his former flame arrives in his hometown, his world is thrown off balance. Former child star McCall Dalton wants to run away—from her image and the scandal that has engulfed They’ve got each other—and a whole lot of trouble. Austin Jameson’s life is complicated enough. With twin girls he adores and a ranch he’s dedicated to, the widower and cowboy is more than busy. But when his former flame arrives in his hometown, his world is thrown off balance. Former child star McCall Dalton wants to run away—from her image and the scandal that has engulfed her. Brokenhearted and humiliated, she’s come back home to Texas to escape. Austin doesn’t find peace and McCall doesn’t get refuge—instead they rediscover every delicious inch of one another. Before long, their budding romance must face a custody battle with Austin’s in-laws and yet another scandal. Determined not to let each other go a second time, they set out to prove that it’s true what they say: love really does conquer all.

30 review for Chasing Trouble in Texas

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sarah {The Bookish Knitter}

    4.5 Stars Review coming soon...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Books and Spoons

    A high tempo tale of falling in love and new beginnings, of family drama, the past catching up to mess the present when a one-time blessing turns into a hindrance to happiness in the future. When everything happens at once and your emotions are high and intense - especially when children are involved - things have a chance to turn a bit horrendously comical. And Delores Fossen surely knows how to create those scenes where you do not know if you laugh until you have tears in your eyes or just cry A high tempo tale of falling in love and new beginnings, of family drama, the past catching up to mess the present when a one-time blessing turns into a hindrance to happiness in the future. When everything happens at once and your emotions are high and intense - especially when children are involved - things have a chance to turn a bit horrendously comical. And Delores Fossen surely knows how to create those scenes where you do not know if you laugh until you have tears in your eyes or just cry cause all the feels, but at least you swoon cause all the hot cowboys. I enjoyed this story immensely, it pulled me into the swirling world of intriguing characters, insane happenings, and profound emotions. I adored Austin Jameson and his twin girls, he is such a great father, caring, fun, considerate, and protective. I loved that to build a new relationship with McCall Dalton there was no need to make his former wife and his love for her any less than it was (often happens in romance novels). But it was celebrated, her memory was cherished, and the adorable girls told stories about her. So much happens in a short time, it seems like a tornado of events toss everything up in the air and changes everyone's lives in one swift sweep. And as the ending came a bit abruptly, I am excited to know this book was part of a series, and more mayhem and romance are to come. So hold on to your stetsons cause there's a new western romance series to be followed, and knowing Fossen's style, it is going to be one with passion, sensation, drama, and humor. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kari Hansen

    It’s been two years since Austin wife passed away and he has been a single father to Gracie and Avery, his three year old twin daughters, ever since. They are the driving force of his life and he would do anything for them so when he finds himself entertaining surprise guests the situation is both humorous and awkward. McCall is a former child actor who is trying to outrun her past, but it doesn’t help when her appearance in a fundraiser leads to her finding her fiancé in a compromising position. It’s been two years since Austin wife passed away and he has been a single father to Gracie and Avery, his three year old twin daughters, ever since. They are the driving force of his life and he would do anything for them so when he finds himself entertaining surprise guests the situation is both humorous and awkward. McCall is a former child actor who is trying to outrun her past, but it doesn’t help when her appearance in a fundraiser leads to her finding her fiancé in a compromising position. She needs some time and space so she decides to head to grandmother’s only to get some comfort from her friend Austin along the way when she finds her fiancé already there looking for her. As McCall and Austin spend time together the chemistry between them erupts but when her past threatens his relationship with his daughters will they have to choose between their love for the children and their love for each other? This is a fun and flirty story about love and family which is both heartwarming and humorous. They certainly had some obstacles to overcome but that only made them appreciate it more.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    Cowboy Hijinx A fun story of a man with twin daughters, a woman he knew as a young girl who she always had a crush on him, and a mother-in-law who kept her nose in his since her daughter died. There is a time to laugh and a time to cry throughout the whole book. Well done Delores Fossen. Ready for the next one.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Maureen Hubley

    Loved the story and can't wait for October and Leyton's story! Loved the story and can't wait for October and Leyton's story!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Good second chance love story, with lots of love, laughter, and family drama. McCall is one of a set of triplets who spent from the age of three to fifteen as one of the stars of a reality show. It all ended when her sister Hadley got in trouble for joy-riding, and the show was canceled. All three sisters, Sunny (Tangled Up in Texas), McCall, and Hadley, as well as their brother, Hayden, were happy to see the end of it. Their parents - not so much, and ended up creating all kinds of trouble for Good second chance love story, with lots of love, laughter, and family drama. McCall is one of a set of triplets who spent from the age of three to fifteen as one of the stars of a reality show. It all ended when her sister Hadley got in trouble for joy-riding, and the show was canceled. All three sisters, Sunny (Tangled Up in Texas), McCall, and Hadley, as well as their brother, Hayden, were happy to see the end of it. Their parents - not so much, and ended up creating all kinds of trouble for years. McCall, who was known as the good sister, went on to get a degree in counseling and recently started a charitable foundation with her boyfriend. Though the relationship with Cody ended, they pretended it was still on to protect their latest fundraiser. That comes to a screeching and humiliating end when McCall catches Cody knocking boots with Miss Watermelon during the fundraiser. After making her displeasure known, McCall heads home to Lone Star Ridge to regroup and avoid the media. Not wanting to worry her grandmother, McCall stops at her old friend Austin's ranch for help in calming down before seeing Granny Em. Austin is the widowed father of three-year-old twins Gracie and Avery. He still struggles with grief over his wife's death two years earlier. His girls are the center of his world. They and his horse ranch keep him hopping, but he wouldn't have it any other way. His biggest problem is his nosy, manipulative mother-in-law, Edith, who regularly threatens to sue for custody of the girls. The first chapter was a hilarious start to the book. Austin opens his front door (in a pink tutu and tiara) to find a strange man (Cody) demanding to see McCall, who isn't there - yet. Cody's demands and whining steadily increase until McCall makes an appearance. McCall isn't happy to see him and threatens a particularly sensitive portion of his anatomy with her pointy-toed shoes. Matters become more complicated with the arrival of reporters and a cop determined to arrest Cody, bringing Sheriff Leyton Jameson, Austin's brother, into the mix. The icing on the cake is Edith's arrival and blatant disapproval of the whole ruckus. I enjoyed the development of the relationship between Austin and McCall. They have a history together. Austin was an extra on the tv show, brought in to play a teenage McCall's crush. That wasn't too hard, as each was unknowingly crushing on the other. McCall's crush continued into high school, where she competed with her friend Zoey for Austin's attention. Dice may have been involved 😉, and Zoey came out the winner and ultimately married him. Years later, proximity brings back the old feelings with added intensity. Austin quickly realizes he wants to spend more time with McCall. She the first woman to break through his grief, and he likes how he feels around her. McCall feels the same way, but she has some secrets that could make things more difficult for him. There are some wonderful scenes between them as their feelings strengthen, and Austin does his best to convince her to take a chance. There are some sweet scenes with Avery, Gracie, and their "fairy lady" as McCall falls just as hard for the girls as she does for their father. Meanwhile, McCall's secrets do come out, causing a series of twists and turns and hilarious and emotional situations. I loved Austin's support as McCall faces varying levels of repercussions. It all comes to a head when Edith makes good on her threat, and McCall has to decide whether to run or fight. The ending was great as love finds a way. The secondary characters were wonderful. Avery and Gracie top the list out of sheer adorableness. I loved their enthusiasm for just about everything they encounter. It was fun to see them playing "cops and bobbers" with their aunt Cait (a deputy) and "nukle" Leyton, and "fairy tale rules" with McCall. I ached for them at the end when "cussody" became an issue. Edith was a piece of work. Her judgmental attitude was uncalled for because Austin was a wonderful dad. McCall's assistant Mo was great. I loved her background, her support for McCall, and her snarky sense of humor. Granny Em was a hoot, and I loved her reverse strip poker games with Mo. Hadley made a brief appearance, and I can't wait to get to her book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Donna Repsher

    Chasing Trouble in Texas is the second novel in Delores Fossen's Lone Star Ridge series, but, as usual, I'm reading this series out of order, but it certainly didn't hamper my enjoyment of this novel, which has the funniest, laugh out loud, comedy of errors first chapter I've ever read. I was laughing so hard I had tears streaming down my face and my sides ached. Since I don't normally read romantic comedy, this was all the more impressive and it gets 4.5 stars from this reader. At its heart, Cha Chasing Trouble in Texas is the second novel in Delores Fossen's Lone Star Ridge series, but, as usual, I'm reading this series out of order, but it certainly didn't hamper my enjoyment of this novel, which has the funniest, laugh out loud, comedy of errors first chapter I've ever read. I was laughing so hard I had tears streaming down my face and my sides ached. Since I don't normally read romantic comedy, this was all the more impressive and it gets 4.5 stars from this reader. At its heart, Chasing Trouble in Texas is a second chance at love novel. Austin Jameson lost the love of his life, Zoey, who was the mother of his twin 3-year-old girls, to cancer two years ago, and is now raising his girls alone (with lots of help from his family), as well as sharing them with his late wife's parents. The children's grandmother, Edith, is cold, judgmental and wants custody, but so far, Austin is doing a fine job of raising them. While I'm not a fan of children in romance novels, Austin's twin 3-year-old daughters, Gracie and Avery, were so funny, cute and charming, that I fell in love with them, their dress-up outfits, and their hilarious games, like fairy tale rules and cops and bobbers, almost immediately. As the novel opens, we meet McCall Dalton, who shows up at Austin's after her fiance, Cody Joe Lozano, a famous rodeo bull rider, cheats on her during the Miss Watermelon contest fundraiser for Saddle Up for Tots, a charity McCall Dalton started, and one which both Cody Joe and his wealthy mother help support financially. The engagement is off, and McCall Dalton, still in pageant costume, heads for her grandmother Em's house in Lone Star Ridge, but considering the cadre of trouble close on her heels, drives to Austin's ranch instead, with Cody Joe, Miss Watermelon, and her friend and assistant, Boo, as well as the media, close behind. When Austin steps outside to see what's happening in his front yard, he's wearing a tiara and a pink tutu, because he was playing with his daughters. If that image and the slapstick mess that follows doesn't have you in hysterics, I don't know what will. McCall Dalton has a crush on Austin back in high school and she and her friend, Zoey, rolled the dice back them to see who would pursue him--Zoey won, and was happily married to Austin before she died. Once McCall sets her eyes (and lips) upon Austin, she's still as attracted to him as she was in high school, and the attraction is mutual, but there are plenty of stumbling blocks ahead for both of them. McCall and her sisters starred in a television series from the time they were 3 until one of her sisters got into trouble at age 15, and the series was cancelled. Her mother stole all her earnings, and so twelve years earlier, to pay for her college education, McCall worked part-time as a waitress in a strip club, and when its owner died, she left the Peekaboo Club to McCall with conditions--she cannot sell it or give it away. It's been a well kept secret, and a thorn in her side, but as we soon discover, not much stays a secret in Lone Star Ridge. Nor does it help when Austin's former mother-in-law, the snooty and manipulative, Edith, decides to fight him for custody of her grandchildren, and McCall hardly meets her high standards. McCall doesn't know whether to pursue the relationship or not. She and Austin generate a lot of heat, but she doesn't want to be the reason he loses custody of his twins. There are a lot more twists and turns, and ups and downs in this story than I can share without spoiling it for you, but except for the far too abrupt HEA ending and lack of an epilogue (and yes, I know all about Harlequin Desire page/word counts), this novel had me laughing, crying, and totally absorbed in these characters and thoroughly entertained throughout. If you're looking for a fast-paced, fun read, look no further--I highly recommend this one. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this novel. The opinions expressed are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Margie

    Come enjoy some fun playing Cops and Bobbers and Fairy Tale Rules. Don't forget your badge and tutu. You might also enjoy some sweet romance along with the fun games with three-year-old twin girls Avery and Gracie. Well she didn't win the Miss Watermelon contest! The Miss Watermelon beauty pageant was a charity fundraiser for Saddle Up for Tots. A fundraiser that would have raised a lot of money for troubled kids. But no, her fundraiser partner, bull rider Cody Joe "Hot Steel Buns" Lozano was cau Come enjoy some fun playing Cops and Bobbers and Fairy Tale Rules. Don't forget your badge and tutu. You might also enjoy some sweet romance along with the fun games with three-year-old twin girls Avery and Gracie. Well she didn't win the Miss Watermelon contest! The Miss Watermelon beauty pageant was a charity fundraiser for Saddle Up for Tots. A fundraiser that would have raised a lot of money for troubled kids. But no, her fundraiser partner, bull rider Cody Joe "Hot Steel Buns" Lozano was caught half naked about to push his boy part into the winner of the beauty pageant, Miss Watermelon's girl part. Caught no less by Miss Watermelon's mother! What a disaster for the fundraiser. McCall Dalton decided to drive to her Granny Em's ranch in Lone star Ridge to escape the reports and the whole mess. Since she didn't want Granny Em to see her all upset she decided to stop at her friend Austin Jameson's house first. She was shocked to see Cody Joe there, shocked yes, but then she was more than ready to kick him out. To be honest she wasn't 100% sure why she stopped at Austin's aside from not wanting to upset Granny Em. Maybe it was a bad idea because in spite of the presence of Cody Joe sparks were flying between her and Austin. Not going there! Unfortunately there were too many iffy things in her life to burden Austin with so, no, not going there. Austin Jameson was still grieving the loss of his wife, Zoey who passed away a year ago from cancer. He adored his three-year-old twin daughters, Avery and Gracie and was the best daddy to them that he could be. Thus his current attire of a tiara and a tutu when he answered the knock on his door. He had just managed to get the girls to bed when Cody Joe showed up. Who knows what the guy thought when he opened the door wearing the tiara and tutu, his props for entertaining his girls at bedtime. Cody was at his place looking for McCall Dalton. Next thing he knew McCall walks up to him as he is trying to get rid of Cody Joe. Following McCall's arrival his brother Sheriff Leyton Jameson arrived in response to his call about Cody Joe. But there was also a San Antonio police car and two news vans from San Antonio stations. What a circus! The commotion woke up the girls who then spotted McCall in her fairy-like dress which she wore for the beauty pageant and the girls instantly dubbed McCall Fairy Lady. All this commotion was surely not going to sit well with Zoey's mother who had already threatened to sue for custody of his precious daughters since she thought she was the better person to raise them. Nope! She's never going to take his girls away from him. Chasing Texas Trouble by Delores Fossen is the second book in her Lone Star Ridge series. I loved this story! The twins are super adorable with their games of Cops and Bobbers. McCall's and Austin's families are very supportive of them and I enjoy reading about family togetherness. The obstacles in the way of McCall and Austin getting together made for page-turning reading. The Dalton triplets and the Jameson family with their trials and triumphs is truly enjoyable reading.

  9. 5 out of 5

    k2148

    Chasing Trouble in Texas (Lone Star Ridge #2). By Delores Fossen. 2020. HQN Books. (ARC eBook). After a disastrous turn at a charity fundraiser, former child star McCall Dalton returns home to Granny Em’s farmhouse to escape the media. But when the fiasco follows McCall, her childhood neighbor and crush Austin Jameson steps in. Austin sees McCall’s vulnerability and it pushes him to offer her friendship and protection, but soon sparks fly and he wonders if he may now be ready to move on from the Chasing Trouble in Texas (Lone Star Ridge #2). By Delores Fossen. 2020. HQN Books. (ARC eBook). After a disastrous turn at a charity fundraiser, former child star McCall Dalton returns home to Granny Em’s farmhouse to escape the media. But when the fiasco follows McCall, her childhood neighbor and crush Austin Jameson steps in. Austin sees McCall’s vulnerability and it pushes him to offer her friendship and protection, but soon sparks fly and he wonders if he may now be ready to move on from the grief he has been struggling with over the loss of his wife. As part of a reality tv show, McCall was labeled the serious triplet. And she still strives to maintain the serious and professional image, but when one scandal threatens to turn into more, McCall struggles with whether Austin and his twin three-year-old girls can afford to have her in their lives. I am loving this series! Delores Fossen delivers the perfect combination of sizzling and tender moments in her cowboy romances. And with their trials and triumphs, the Dalton and Jameson families of the Lone Star Ridge series are truly enjoyable characters to read and root for. *HQN Books ARC via NetGalley

  10. 4 out of 5

    Karen Hackett

    Delores Fossen’s Chasing Trouble In Texas is book #2 of the Lone Star Ridge series, and it is a sweet and salty romance with a whole of sexiness between cowboy Austin Jameson and McCall Dalton, former child star. Brokenhearted and humiliated, McCall runs home, and together with Austin, they rediscover every delicious inch of one another. Austin finds himself in hot water in a custody battle with his in-laws and McCall’s so-called scandalous past. They are determined not let each other go a secon Delores Fossen’s Chasing Trouble In Texas is book #2 of the Lone Star Ridge series, and it is a sweet and salty romance with a whole of sexiness between cowboy Austin Jameson and McCall Dalton, former child star. Brokenhearted and humiliated, McCall runs home, and together with Austin, they rediscover every delicious inch of one another. Austin finds himself in hot water in a custody battle with his in-laws and McCall’s so-called scandalous past. They are determined not let each other go a second time. Austin’s twin daughters are adorable, especially with their games of Cops and Bobbers. Grandma Em is as eccentric as ever. Both McCall's and Austin's families are supportive and nonjudgmental. As always, Delores Fossen takes you on wild ride—Texas style. Chasing Trouble In Texas is a hoot and fun to read about its quirky characters. Also included is her short bonus story That Night in Texas, a delightful novella involving a pregnancy test, meddling parents, a one hot cowboy who is determined to do the right thing especially he finds himself truly and madly in love with the girl of his dreams.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Figueroa

    Austin doesn't need issues in his life hes already got enough on his plate being a single father to a interesting set of twins. His mother in law wants the girls to have a mother figure or will threaten to go trough with taking custody. Meanwhile in comes trouble in the form of McCall who came right up to his doorstop with baggage. McCall is a great person who seems to have bad luck wanting to attach itself to her. If you like books with drama all around the place like I do then you'll want to ch Austin doesn't need issues in his life hes already got enough on his plate being a single father to a interesting set of twins. His mother in law wants the girls to have a mother figure or will threaten to go trough with taking custody. Meanwhile in comes trouble in the form of McCall who came right up to his doorstop with baggage. McCall is a great person who seems to have bad luck wanting to attach itself to her. If you like books with drama all around the place like I do then you'll want to check out this book. McCall was a women trying to keep on the straight and narrow and do right but seriously couldn't catch a break and its not even things shes done. Things were being done to her with a cheating ex and his mother who couldn't take a hint and use her as a pawn in their game. Then there was a person in her past that was trying to do something nice I supposed but it was dragging her down to the point of becoming a dirty little secret. Then McCall want's to have something more Austin and of course things couldn't be easy. This book has loads of drama, theres some romance and a bit of steam. Overall pretty good book I really enjoyed it!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kate Vale

    Another Lone Star Ridge tale in which Austin Jameson is busy with his 3-year-old twin daughters and still dealing with the death of his wife. His mother-in-law isn't helping when she threatens to demand custody of the girls, something Austin tries to ignore. When former child star McCall Dalton shows up unexpectedly, even as she tries to avoid a scandal that threatens to ruin the foundation she has begun, she goes to Austin for help, not wanting to involve her grandmother Em in her troubles. Too Another Lone Star Ridge tale in which Austin Jameson is busy with his 3-year-old twin daughters and still dealing with the death of his wife. His mother-in-law isn't helping when she threatens to demand custody of the girls, something Austin tries to ignore. When former child star McCall Dalton shows up unexpectedly, even as she tries to avoid a scandal that threatens to ruin the foundation she has begun, she goes to Austin for help, not wanting to involve her grandmother Em in her troubles. Too bad that doesn't work. The difficulties Austin and McCall are dealing with wrap them up in more than trouble, and include their rapidly obvious attraction to each other. It's good that Austin's daughters like McCall. Too bad the mother-in-law doesn't share their joy at seeing the "fairy lady." But the big question is what McCall will do: leave so that that custody issue doesn't end up in court, hurting not only Austin but his little girls, or will he be able to convince McCall not to leave town and that together, they'll deal with it all--his problems and hers?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Becky Baldridge

    If there's one thing we can all use during a crazy pandemic that has us at our wits' end, it would have to be laughter. I know it's at the top of my list of things we need more of these days, and Chasing Trouble in Texas goes a long way toward taking care of that problem. This is the second in the series, but as far as I could tell, it works as a standalone. At least I didn't feel like I was missing anything. The story is pretty funny at times, and it also has its emotional moments, so I'd say i If there's one thing we can all use during a crazy pandemic that has us at our wits' end, it would have to be laughter. I know it's at the top of my list of things we need more of these days, and Chasing Trouble in Texas goes a long way toward taking care of that problem. This is the second in the series, but as far as I could tell, it works as a standalone. At least I didn't feel like I was missing anything. The story is pretty funny at times, and it also has its emotional moments, so I'd say it's a pretty good mix of the two. To be honest, Delores Fossen is a hit or miss with me, but this one turned out to be just what I needed. The romantic couple is likable and they have good chemistry. Of course, Austin isn't hard to like. I mean, seriously, what's not to like about a sexy cowboy? Then we get a double whammy since he's a single dad. It's a swoon-worthy combination all the way around.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Belinda

    Austin is raising his twin girls because they have lost their mother to cancer. One night after putting them to bed everything in the world starts happening at one time. There is a cowboy looking for McCall. McCall shows up in a princess outfit. Cody is begging for her to take him back..She is pissed off at him. Just when a fight erupts here comes Austin's In laws to put even more strain on Austin. They are wanting to raise the girls..Well his Mother in Law is.Austin still misses his wife. McCal Austin is raising his twin girls because they have lost their mother to cancer. One night after putting them to bed everything in the world starts happening at one time. There is a cowboy looking for McCall. McCall shows up in a princess outfit. Cody is begging for her to take him back..She is pissed off at him. Just when a fight erupts here comes Austin's In laws to put even more strain on Austin. They are wanting to raise the girls..Well his Mother in Law is.Austin still misses his wife. McCall though is someone fresh and caring that he sorta had a past with when McCall and her sisters had their show growing up! There is some big things that keep trying to get between Austin and McCall but they work to get through each obstacle. This is a wonderful story of redeeming love and standing up for yourself. You will love this second story in this series!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Gray

    Oh the joy of a second chance romance! Especially one with cowboys and kids ! Austin is still healing from the death of his wife and trying to figure out how to parent twin girls. McCall messed up big time and thus has fled back to Texas where she hopes the press will leave her alone while she figures out what to do next. These two were an item in the past and now, well now they're a steamy item. There's a dark cloud, though, in the form of Austin's mother in law, who doesn't approve of him or o Oh the joy of a second chance romance! Especially one with cowboys and kids ! Austin is still healing from the death of his wife and trying to figure out how to parent twin girls. McCall messed up big time and thus has fled back to Texas where she hopes the press will leave her alone while she figures out what to do next. These two were an item in the past and now, well now they're a steamy item. There's a dark cloud, though, in the form of Austin's mother in law, who doesn't approve of him or of McCall. You know going in that things are going to work out for everyone but that doesn't make the read any less pleasurable. Thanks to edelweiss for the ARC. Good characters, a great setting, and nice storytelling made this a very good read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andreajanel_reads

    Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review. Austin and McCall are getting a second chance. It couldn't come at a more inconvenient time - but their lives have never been convenient. Austin's fiercely protective nature is provoked when McCall makes her way home to escape the madness and mayhem her life has become. McCall desperately tries to stem her attraction to Austin, knowing that he is in a tenuous situation. Their eff Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review. Austin and McCall are getting a second chance. It couldn't come at a more inconvenient time - but their lives have never been convenient. Austin's fiercely protective nature is provoked when McCall makes her way home to escape the madness and mayhem her life has become. McCall desperately tries to stem her attraction to Austin, knowing that he is in a tenuous situation. Their efforts to avoid each other are continuously thwarted by Cupid's arrows. This was a heartwarming, yet steamy story about mending fences, making wishes, and building dreams. 4 Stars.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Moira

    The story was good, although not my favorite from Delores Fossen. It was shorter than expected, and by that I mean it seemed to wrap up really quickly, after being drawn out. My Kindle said I was at 73% of the book, only to turn the page and it ended. Then there were 2 short stories included. Nice to keep up with the family, and although part of a series, it can be read as a standalone story as background is provided. I received a free ARC eBook from Net Galley and the publisher in exchange for my The story was good, although not my favorite from Delores Fossen. It was shorter than expected, and by that I mean it seemed to wrap up really quickly, after being drawn out. My Kindle said I was at 73% of the book, only to turn the page and it ended. Then there were 2 short stories included. Nice to keep up with the family, and although part of a series, it can be read as a standalone story as background is provided. I received a free ARC eBook from Net Galley and the publisher in exchange for my honest opinions.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Houllis

    My first read of this author and i quite like her book .It is about McCall a young who grew up on Lone Star Ridge. She is one of there identical triplets who were child stars returns home after being hurt by the man she was seening. Austin is a widower with twin 3 years old daughters still grieving when McCall returns, his mother in law is threatening custody battle for the girls. He is starting to have feelings for McCall she fighting them as she owns a stripped club which she inherited. A great My first read of this author and i quite like her book .It is about McCall a young who grew up on Lone Star Ridge. She is one of there identical triplets who were child stars returns home after being hurt by the man she was seening. Austin is a widower with twin 3 years old daughters still grieving when McCall returns, his mother in law is threatening custody battle for the girls. He is starting to have feelings for McCall she fighting them as she owns a stripped club which she inherited. A great read i don't give away how it ends but i like say it's worth the rad.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Blevins

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Austin Jameson has had a complicated life. McCall Dalton is a former child star along with her two sisters. Austin is having to potentially face a child custody hearing with his deceased wife's parents. McCall Dalton was humiliated by her ex-boyfriend. Austin and McCall helped each other with their complicated lives and eventually fell in love. Delores did an incredible job with this book. I couldn't put it down. Austin Jameson has had a complicated life. McCall Dalton is a former child star along with her two sisters. Austin is having to potentially face a child custody hearing with his deceased wife's parents. McCall Dalton was humiliated by her ex-boyfriend. Austin and McCall helped each other with their complicated lives and eventually fell in love. Delores did an incredible job with this book. I couldn't put it down.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I can’t believe I never heard of Delores Fossen before. She is an amazing author. This book made my laugh, cry, and wonder what could possibly happen next. The characters felt real. Their happiness, their anguish, was so vivid. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series. The teaser at the end of this book makes me want September 29 to be tomorrow so I can get the next book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stormy Feibel

    Complementary copy given for honest review and opinion Cowboy hotness and total drama! Throw together a meddling mother in law and you have a perfect storm. But this storm isn’t anything a tutu won’t fix. You are guaranteed to fall in love with the characters in this book!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Booker

    Great story about a widowed Dad and twin girls. Throw in old girlfriend and meddling snooty Mother in law and hilarious Grandma and you just can't help falling in love with this author. Looking forward to Badly Hadley's story. Great story about a widowed Dad and twin girls. Throw in old girlfriend and meddling snooty Mother in law and hilarious Grandma and you just can't help falling in love with this author. Looking forward to Badly Hadley's story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

    Austin and McCall had seriously funny dialogue, I laughed a lot in the beginning. The twins were adorable and Gam was fabulous! Boo and Cody Joe added to the comic relief. I almost expected Zoey to know that McCall would be the one. Wonderful story!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

    Very good book Delores Fossen writes such good books.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen Geurts

    I enjoyed McCall and Austin 's story. Avery and Gracie are a great addition to the story. I enjoyed McCall and Austin 's story. Avery and Gracie are a great addition to the story.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Karen Machamer

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Just loved this book and recommend it to everyone.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Karen Machamer

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Just loved this book and recommend it to everyone.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    3.5 stars

  29. 5 out of 5

    Fancy Loch

    Cute

  30. 4 out of 5

    Floor Flawless

    Never would have picked it myself, but got it sent for review lol. O well I made it through and had some good laughs about the cringy parts

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