The story of Cassidy and Ryder is a memorable one which will make the reader laugh, cry, and sometimes to do both at th Laurie LeClair writes a heartbreaking and uplifting love story. So there were some painful things for them to get past. The Cowboy's Christmas Bride by Laurie LeClair is the fourth book in the McCall Brothers Series. When Ryder and Cassidy reunite, is it too much to hope for an everlasting love? You have to get the book to read the beautiful end. I live in the South where someone somewhere might say this.
She also has always idolized Cassidy and her music. They take her with them, as Conner's brother is a sheriff in Honor and will be able to find out who she is. Disappointing in several ways A promising plot line gets lost in inaccuracies. Which is not a good thing on so many levels! Widowed, single father and ex-rodeo bull rider, Ryder Hadley, longs to raise his precious little girl in his safe, secure small hometown of Honor, Texas while bringing his ranch back to life. There are no sexual situations to offend any readers A young society bride on her wedding day overhears her groom not only doesn't love her, but intends to use her father to gain financially. However, all the brothers are happily married so Gramps set his sites on their cousin, Cassidy, a country music song writer and singer. Even though Ryder married, had a daughter and his wife died, he was determined to make Molly daughter his whole existence.
Bob cats attacking in a pack? This is a great story as Ryder and Cassidy work through the past w I loved this story. Cassidy is going through a lot of difficult situations and is back in town to get away from everything and to have Christmas with her cousins. Cassidy and Ryder were nice characters. The man she let go and left behind. It would have been better if he hated her or felt guilty anything but abbreviated pining. Plus, there are numerous errors with word use, or maybe just typos, but it certainly doesn't help.
While the plot, the main characters as well as the secondary characters, were well developed, what I liked best was the underlying message. Their story starts in that line cabin. . What there was in abundance were weird statements I did not understand; maybe those were colloquialisms, and as I did not grow up in Texas, I don't have to understand them, right? Cassidy is a singer songwriter who has never been a headliner, but she is being hounded by the press? Since most of what I read revolves around family and love in one fashion or another, it makes perfect sense that I enjoy visiting with characters I somewhat know over the holiday season. To escape the constant presence of tabloid reporters, she accepts an invitation to celebrate Christmas with her McCall cousins.
Rising country music star Cassidy James McCall is living her own version of a bad country song. Every rancher has fences and gates around their homestead. Ranchers in Texas aren't living in the dark ages. She flees from the church just before her wedding, without a word to anyone, finally crawling under a tarp in the back of a parked pickup truck. I'm sure that any smart woman would do that, right? It's a great second chance story with a rugged cowboy who's a single father and a country music star who is dealing with some tough issues that could put her future in music at risk. The Gist: Cassidy has come home to hide.
Get you copy to day cause it is a great read. But, I live in Texas and the dialog is nothing like we actually talk. She had no right to be jealous or upset that he carried on with life after her. Miles and miles down the road the driver found her when he noticed his tarp had come loose and was flapping in the wind. He is tired and he wants his bed.
Laurie loves to write, read, bake, travel, and discover new adventures. With the help of some Christmas magic, will Ryder and Cassidy get the second chance that they've always wanted? The chemistry and bond between Cassidy James McCall and Ryder Hadley are amazing. The dialogues were sort of stilted, and far too scarce; to make up Okay, I did not really like this book. Laurie loves to hear from her readers. I enjoy series because I alway My review will not include a description or plot of the book.
You don't need umpteen degrees. As usua The Cowboy's Christmas Bride by Laurie LeClair is the fourth book in the McCall Brothers Series. The story of Cassidy and Ryder is a memorable one which will make the reader laugh, cry, and sometimes to do both at the same time. Sentence structure was there, oh yes, but it did not always fit anything I learnt about the English language - at times, it seemed that whole sentences or even paragraphs were missing, there was no easy flow to the story. The Gist: Cassidy has come home to hide. For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways Book four in the series has Cousin Cassidy James McCall a country music star coming into town to find herself after the death of her mother, her voice, and what she thinks is her career.
I like runaway bride books, but I didn't care much for this one. I gave up after that. She gets a goose egg and a cut on her head from hitting the steering wheel and he gets a totaled truck. Widowed, single father and ex-rodeo bull rider, Ryder Hadley, longs to raise his precious little girl in his safe, secure small hometown of Honor, Texas while bringing his ranch back to life. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book. To top it off, her manager has taken advantage of her not knowing what he has been doing.
But her idea of a quiet and peaceful holiday comes to a screeching halt the moment she crashes into her former boyfriend, the tough yet noble cowboy that she's never gotten over. Conner and his grandfather return to their truck after having stopped for dinner, and leave the big city, heading back to their ranch in Honor, Texas. Molly wants a new Mom and her hero is Cassidy so she works her magic and hopes that everything works out. We are supposed to buy that this woman is intellegent, but it seems to me almost every decision she made was stupid! Widowed, single father and ex-rodeo bull rider, Ryder Hadley, longs to raise his precious little girl in his safe, secure small hometown of Honor, Texas while bringing his ranch back to life. That is what Cousin Cassidy does returning home to Gramps and family. Her mother passes while she has been trying to become a solid singing star in the Country Music business. A charming, delightful, and a clean Christmas story that surely will bring up the holiday spirit.