Twist Roberts is excited to present the 4th book in the Bride, Texas series, Bride 'em Cowboy
Bride, Texas is the perfect place for Emma's Two Cups Bakery. Along with being the best (and only) coffee shop in town, Emma's bakery caters to the women who come to Bride, Texas to get married. Business was booming, so she moved to a larger location and suddenly became overwhelmed by the need to pay the rent. Her last relationship failed because the bakery came first. She wouldn't make that mistake again. Now her only priority was Two Cups, and currently the bridezilla she was working with.
Bren Sterling runs the very successful Sterling Ranch, a cattle ranch turned wedding venue. He's in over his head with the renovations and the addition of the new hotel and bar. But as things settle down, and his sister is set to get married at the ranch, Bren starts considering giving up his bachelor status. But can he juggle a busy ranch, the wedding business, and a woman?
When two headstrong people cross paths, it will be a wild ride.
#1 Bride and Prejudice by Bonnie R. Paulson
#2 Unlucky Bride by Sylvia McDaniel
#3 Ticket to Bride by Liz Isaacson
#4 Bride 'em Cowboy by Twist Roberts
#5 Over My Wed Body by Veronica Blade
#6 Sleigh Bride by Neve Cottrell
#7 Bride for Hire by Debra Clopton
One Complaint - The author isn’t writing as fast as I read!!!
Haha 💕 in all seriousness, I received this as an Advanced Reader Copy - and I could not put it down!
The storyline is solid, and I fell in love with each and every character. This author draws you in with her written word - she made me laugh - out loud at that - she made me cry, and I found myself up at 3am a little upset that there wasn’t more to read when I got to the last page!
I look forward to the next books in the series. This author has a gift - and I can’t wait to tell my entire sphere of influence how amazing she is!
An enjoyable and cute romance!
I had received an early copy of this book to give my honest opinion. It is my first book by Twist Roberts and I haven’t read any other book in this series so I was unsure what to expect but I ended up really liking it. The writing was good, as was the storyline, and there were unexpected parts in Bride ‘em Cowboy that kept it interesting. Some romances are very predictable but I thought this wasn’t predictable at all, which I find refreshing. This is a sweet romance and you won’t want to put the book down once you pick it up. I will definitely be looking out for more Twist Roberts books in the future.