Hott Synopsis:

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Kelsey Wilcox has five rules for dating:

  1. No Cowboys
  2. No Cowboys
  3. No Cowboys
  4. No Cowboys

So when an amazing cowboy rescues her from drowning she tries to run. But, hopefully, with the help of the Matchmaking Posse of Mule Hollow, this cowboy cam teach Miss Kelsey that not all cowboys are the same.

Hott Review:

I really enjoyed An August Bride. I think this is my favorite book in the series so far (I’ve probably said that several times though). This was a light, fun, and summery romance that just made me long for the shores of Corpus Cristi, Tx. While I enjoyed Kelsey and her cowboy, I absolutely LOVED the Matchmaking Posse of Mule Hollow and am going to need to read more of Debra Clopton’s books to get to know them better!


Author: Debra Clopton
Source: Zondervan via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 16+
Steam: Nada
Setting: Corpus Christi, Texas
Series: A Year of Weddings, 9

A December Bride

A January Bride

A February Bride

A March Bride

An April Bride

A May Bride

A June Bride

A July Bride

An August Bride

A September Bride

An October Bride

A November Bride

Author Bio:

An award winning author and a 6 generation Texan Debra Clopton considers herself not just a storyteller but an entertainer and that is what she thinks about foremost as she creates her plots for her readers. To write stories that connect to readers with a little of everything: laughter, tears, heartfelt emotion, fast paced-page turning entertainment. She wants her readers to leave their stress behind while reading her books. And she wants her readers to walk away from her stories with a smile on their face or a satisfied sigh—but she wants them feeling like they are leaving great friends behind and wanting to return. Debra strives to write heroic, swoon-worthy heroes and strong, sassy heroines.

Because Debra really does live in the country many of her funny incidents have truly happened to her…like her true life mischievous donkey, Samantha who became a reader favorite in her second book And Baby Makes Five. Or raiding wild hogs who surrounded her house became a scene in Cowboy for Keeps and just recently there were 8 donkeys on the loose on the road leading to her ranch and she and her husband had to try and herd them off the road then corral them—this is certain to show up in one of her upcoming books. Debra doesn’t waste any of her life experiences whether it’s funny experiences to help readers laugh or her experiences with the grief and the harder things of life, Debra pulls on all those emotions to touch her readers.

Debra loves to hear from readers. You may contact her through her website or by mailing a letter to: Debra Clopton, PO Box 1125, Madisonville, Texas 77864.

Websites & Links: author's website twitter facebook

~ from goodreads


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