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To Wed in Texas Unbound – Feb 2000

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  • Unbound
  • Publisher: Jove Books (February 2000)
  • ISBN-10: 0515127620
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515127621
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Reverend Daniel McLain desperately needs help in bringing guidance and peace to the mid-19th-century Western town of Jefferson, Tex., and with twin toddlers running him ragged, he can't get focused. He appeals to his late wife's family and expects the assistance of an elderly aunt. Instead, poor family relation and spinster Karlee Whitworth arrives. Although Karlee only adds to the chaos of the household and can't even boil water, she is wonderful with Daniel's daughters, so he asks her to stay. When Daniel is blinded in a fiery accident, it is Karlee who cares for him, and when the girls' elderly aunt threatens to take them away, it's Karlee who saves the day by marrying Daniel to keep the family together. For the first time in her life, Karlee has a home--now she wants a real marriage and a real husband. And though Daniel can face the most ruthless of outlaws, he's powerless against his desirable and passionate new wife. Thomas (To Kiss a Texan) marries off the last of the McLain brothers in this entertaining but formulaic romance. (Jan.)

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HASH(0xa790e048) out of 5 stars Fabulous!!! Sept. 20 2009
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Of the three McLain books this was one of my favorites right up there with Adam's story. I read these books out of order, first reading Wes's, which was great too but not my favorite, and then Daniel's followed by Adams's. I wish I would have read them in order because it would have given me a better feel for Daniel before reading his story but even though I didn't I still fell in love with him and Karlee. There's nothing like a wounded hero with a heart of gold falling head over heels and fighting it all the way though he was losing the battle at every turn. Karlee was a delight. She had so many doubts about herself and her worth yet she was brave, spunky, funny and ready to fight for what she wanted regardless of how others made her feel in the past. I loved her and was so happy to see her get her happy every after with the man of her dreams. This was a wonderful read and a don't miss. Definitely going in my keeper pile.

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