Tuckers Bluff isn’t done playing matchmaker for the Farradays. Do you love the Farradays, the Ladies Afternoon Social Club, the mysterious dogs and their pups, Sisters, and so much more happening in Farraday Country? Then you won’t want to miss Jamison, the next matchmaking escapade, as he tumbles into love with everyone's friend and favorite café owner, Abbie.
Jamison, Book 10 in the fan-favorite Farraday Country series, is set in cattle-ranching west Texas with all the friends, family and fun that fans have come to expect from USA TODAY Bestselling author Chris Keniston.
More Books in the Farraday Country Series:
Adam - Book 1
Brooks - Book 2
Connor - Book 3
Declan – Book 4
Ethan – Book 5
Finn – Book 6
Grace – Book 7
Hannah – Book 8
Ian - Book 9
Jamison – Book 10
Keeping Eileen - Book 11
PRAISE FOR FARRADAY COUNTRY:
"Chris Keniston gives us a world you'll never want to leave." Emily March, New York Times Bestselling Author of Eternity Springs series.
"Loved it. Fast moving and fun." Jodi Thomas, New York Times Bestselling Author on DECLAN.
“Spellbinding!” Lori Wilde, New York Times Bestselling Author on ETHAN
"My kind of read! Spend an afternoon with a great romance story, a feisty heroine, and one unforgettable hero." Lindsay McKenna, New York Times Bestselling Author on ADAM
Praise for the Sweet Aloha Series:
"This warmhearted sweet read will draw readers in and keep them flipping to the last romantic page.” Nancy Naigle, USA TODAY Bestselling Author
"Chris Keniston never disappoints! Readers will adore Aloha Texas." RaeAnne Thayne NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling Author
Find more on Chris and her books at ChrisKeniston.com
Customer ReviewsSee All
Not one book in this series has let me down yet. Fun and interesting reads!!
Have read the entire series excluding Keeping Eileen which is next on my reading list. Great series, wish there were more, maybe Sean and Frank ?
The only reason I gave four stars instead of five were the misspelled or out of place words throughout the series.
Loved the book. Loved reading about how Jamison used his skill to do what he loved and the way he found love.