In Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas, New York Times bestselling author Emily March presents a brand new arc set in the Lone Star State that features a family-linked trilogy within the author's romantic series.
Hope springs eternal in this enchanting Texas town.
Meet Gillian Thacker. Her business: Bliss Bridal Salon. Her passion: Weddings. Her own wedding: It’s complicated. Life isn’t turning out like she’d planned. The last thing she wants is for a real-life hero to ride to her rescue when an unexpected event puts her entire future in Redemption, Texas, at risk. So what’s a broken-hearted bridal expert to do? Maybe a new set of survival skills is exactly what she needs…
Tucker McBride has been proud to call himself a U.S. Army Ranger. But now that his days of service are over, he’s decided to put his expertise to use by founding a wilderness skills training school. He sets up shop in Redemption, next to Bliss Bridal, and so begins life: Part Two. Marriage has been pretty low on his agenda, but as soon as he meets Gillian, Tucker can’t help but contemplate the ultimate challenge: Convincing the reluctant bride to take his hand and leap into the adventure of a lifetime. . .until death do they part.
“A brilliant writer you’ll love creates a world you’ll never want to leave.”—Susan Mallery, New York Times bestselling author
Truly sweet romance
Author Emily March is truly talented in the art of telling a story. I’ve enjoyed all the books I’ve read so far & Tucker’s story is added to that list. There was chemistry from the start but what I loved the most was the truly sweet romance that Tucker created in his romance of Gillian. Fear & pain were prevalent in this story for Gillian as a jilted bride & unsure if she’d ever know love again. Tucker from day 1 wanted Gillian in his life. When her wedding never happened he realizes that he now has a chance to win Gillian's heart & commits to a plan. Along the way some surprises happen, as well as heated moments but in the end the Enchanted Canyon has created another love story completed. Definitely recommend. I received this book from the publisher through Net Galley for an honest review.