The Baddest Virgin in Texas Hardcover – Large Print, Dec 1999
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These two are so attracted to one another. Jessi decided that Lash is the man she loves and wants to marry. So she sets out to do whatever it takes to lasso that man. The sooner, the better.
Lash has other idea's, though.(1) He's too old for her, and (2)she also happens to be his friend, Garrett's little sister. (3) He's a drifter and as soon as Garrett gets back in town, he's outta there. (4) He's vowed long ago, he wasn't going to let anyone put a ball and chain on his leg. He liked being a loner. He was free to go where he wanted and do whatever he wanted, and he had no one to answer to but himself. He liked it that way.
But....that doesn't mean she doesn't temp him. He thinks about her night and day, in fact, but he has no plans to act on his lust for her. But can he stay away, or will Jessi finally break him down?
This story made me laugh out loud so many times, I think my family and friends think I went nuts. lol! The scene at the hospital had me bawling like a baby, too. So many different emotions in this story, and I felt them all as if they were actually happening to me, personally.
Great book & a really great series. I would highly recommend them to everyone.
I liked the idea of Jessi knowing that she wanted Lash and going after him. But when it got down to the details, I thought it was extremely naive to think sex could make somebody want to stay with you...so, it seemed silly to me that she thought that Lash would have some epiphany after sleeping with her. And Lash...we aren't in the 1700s where you lose your virginity and lose you honor, so you have to get married. That was one of the dumbest lines of reasoning in this whole book. Why do you need to marry her?! The big standoff at the end was dumb. Jessi running into a dangerous situation to help. And Lash running into a bar in an unfamiliar town with you gun drawn. Both are tstl. And how hey got out of trouble was all kinds if against the law and seemed stupid and unrealistic. So this book irritated me because the actions of the characters themselves made, imo, the book seem silly
There were scenes, but nondescriptive. Only lower score would be if there none at all.
I didn't like this book. And I won't be reading any more in this series. I didn't like the plot, the main characters, or the supporting. I thought her brothers should have stayed out of her business.
The first book in The Texas Brand series, The Littlest Cowboy, set the stage for the series. It also gave the Brand family something they were lacking and that’s a strong woman to reign them in when needed. Whether they knew it or not. Chelsea filled that role well and her love and support for Jessie was one of the things I liked most about The Baddest Virgin in Texas.
Jessie may be the baby of the family, but that doesn’t mean that she likes being babied. She actually lets her brothers get away with a lot of it because she doesn’t want to hurt them. She’s more than capable of taking care of herself and she’s determined to prove it.
There was a lot more to Lash than anyone knew. He kept his feelings in check where Jessie was concerned because not only did he think she was too young for him, but he thought she knew what kind of woman she was. When he discovered that he might have been wrong, holding back the attraction he felt for her was close to impossible.
The Baddest Virgin in Texas divided its time between the brothers intimidating Lash and protecting Jessie, Lash fighting his feelings for Jessie, Chelsea trying to knock some sense into all of them and Jessie fighting for the man she knew she loved. Add to that some nasty family history and a search for the group of men stealing cattle, this one was a hard book to put down.
Needless to say, I’m kind of liking this series. The next book features Wes, which means Badlands Bad Boy is sure to be interesting. This series has been around for a while, but it’s been recently re-published.