She thought she’d protected her heart…
After a tumultuous childhood, nurse Jamie Westmoreland craves the comfort of predictability. She loves her quiet life in a small Texas ranching town and finally feels in control until a handsome rancher becomes her newest patient. He challenges her at every turn, but Jamie is too stubborn to admit she enjoys their sparring, and that he makes her heart race. But when his charming little cowboy son starts following her around, her long-neglected heart opens.
Thomas Tremayne, the eldest son of a well-respected local ranching family, is both mom and dad to his young son and has no plans to change. When a ranch injury requires an in-house expert, the nurse who called him out on his attitude is sent to help him heal. She’s even harder to resist on his ranch than she was at the hospital, but Thomas is determined to try—except he’s out-numbered. His son decided he wants a mom, and nurse Jamie is his choice.
Can two stubborn adults let down their guard long enough to let love in again?
None stop reading
I couldn’t put this book down. This is the kind of book you’d want to read again and again. I loved the story line in this book, it holds your interest from beginning to end. The characters are so real. I especially loved how Thomas and Andy, dad and 7 year old son fell in love with Jamie the nurse who doesn’t put up with Thomas’s attitude. I can’t wait to read the next book in this Debra Holts series. My first time reading this author but definitely not my last.
Captured my heart
Debra Holt’s first book, Capturing the Texas Rancher’s Heart, in her newest series, The Tremaynes of Texas, is one of the most emotionally charged stories I’ve read in a very long time. From laughter, to tears, and back to laughter again, Thomas and Jamie’s journey towards their HEA completely owned my heart. With the perfect touch of suspense to keep the story moving along, and culminating with the perfect timing to set the stage for the next stage of the couple’s journey, this author has completely captured the essence of romance.
This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.
I’m partial to books written about Texas & this was a pretty good one. Very, very predictable, but still enjoyable.