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The Texan's Christmas (Harlequin…

The Texan's Christmas (Harlequin American Romance/Texas Rodeo B)

by Tanya Michaels

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"4 out of 5 stars!! I loved how this series wrapped up with Daniel’s story! It is a lighthearted novel about two people, who have always felt like they were living on the outside looking in, finding each other. Yet, after a while of spending time together they have to decide if they want to stick to their personal dreams or to listen to their hearts."

Read more of this review and TWO teasers here: http://frommetoyouvideophoto.blogspot.com/2014/10/feasted-on-texas-rodeo-barons-... (Review will be posted on October 1st 2014.)

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  fromjesstoyou | Mar 21, 2016 |

I think this is my favorite book of the series. You see all the characters interacting together, questions of the past all answered and Christmas. I like the story of Daniel falling in love too. Couple of love scenes that I skipped over. They tried hard not to swear and some of their sayings were funny. Lots of emotions, a wedding, Christmas and reunion made for a exciting book.

Daniel Baron is feeling more than ever that he does not fit in with the Barons, now that they all have a partner & kids. He got injured and is thinking of getting out of rodeo and Texas.

Nicole Bennett is working for Adele. She is helping her run Adele business and is a close friend of hers. She is also pregnant.

Adele is Brock Baron's ex-wife who left him and her 4 children. She has not seen them since Jet was a baby.

Nicole is trying to see if the Baron family want to see their mom. She is trying to help get them all together. Daniel does not want her to feel overwhelmed by the Barons. He is attracted to her.

I thought this The Texan's Christmas tied up everything really well. Made all of the characters understand what was going on years ago and forgiving Adele and Brock. Building relationships with each other better and stronger. This is a quick romance that readers of the series will like.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin. In return I agreed to give honest review of it. ( )
  rhonda1111 | Nov 4, 2014 |
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Book 6 of the Texas Rodeo Barons


The last thing rodeo cowboy Daniel Baron needs is a commitment. After a lifetime of feeling like an outsider among his larger-than-life stepfamily at Roughneck Ranch, Daniel is ready to leave the ring—and Texas—behind forever. Except he can't stop thinking about the woman he just met—beautiful, bighearted…and pregnant.  

Of course Nicole Bennett is attracted to strong, sweet Daniel—he's pretty much perfect. But he made it clear that he doesn't want a family, the one thing Nicole's dreamed of her whole life. Now, just as that dream is coming true, Nicole could lose the only man she wants to share it with…unless Daniel can find the courage to open his heart. 


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