Well, maybe he should find out why these nearly fatal accidents keep happening in his vicinity before he starts a family…
I adored the characters in this book. As always, I loved the character connections to previous books but this can be read as a completely stand-alone novel.
This particular episode had quite a lot of action and snarkiness but was still a great testimonial and lovely book.
|Source:||Bethany House Publishers via Netgalley|
|Series:||Trouble in Texas #2|
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3 Replies to “Review | Fired Up”
Her characters are always so cool. 🙂
I agree! I so enjoy them! My biggest problem is that I miss them when the book is over.
I do believe that Miss Connealy would be a tremendous person to know. She seems like she’d be so very much fun and she has such a matter-of-fact compassionate love for Christ that I think meeting her for coffee would be quite an experience!!