Thursday, July 1, 2021

Review: Texas Made (Texas True #3) by Eve Gaddy


When pure country meets pure city…

Rancher Marshall Walker isn’t looking for a woman—not permanently, anyway. He's plenty busy raising beautiful Walker paint horses that are in high demand across Texas. But when his sister’s gorgeous friend arrives for an extended visit, he’s not opposed to exploring what could happen. He knows his heart is safe—Jaclyn Carson is a city girl, and he’s country through and through.

Jaclyn isn’t looking for a man, either. Owner and CEO of her own makeup company, she doesn’t have any desire to relax or slow down. With her condo under extensive renovations, she takes up her friend’s offer to stay at her family’s Texas ranch. Jaclyn’s more than a little curious to catch a glimpse of her not-so-secret college crush, and Marshall is hotter than ever. And his proposition—a steamy but very temporary affair—sounds like a fantasy come true.

What happens when two opposites fall in love? Can they meet in the middle or will they go their separate ways, even if it means breaking their hearts?


My Review:

A fun opposites attract romance.

Jaclyn is a city girl through and through.  When she was in college, she had a crush on her friend Damaris's brother, Marshall.  Years later, she didn't expect to have a fling with him when she stayed at their ranch, while her condo in Dallas was being remodeled.  By the time Jaclyn was ready to leave Whiskey River and head back home, she and Marshall had fallen for each other.  Jaclyn was ready to put an end to what they started.  She was leery of long distance relationships.  She tried it in the past and it didn't work out.  But, Marshall wasn’t ready to end what they started.  He will do anything to change Jaclyn’s mind even if it meant driving hours to see each other. 

This book is a great addition to the Texas True series.  Along with Jaclyn and Marshall’s story, I enjoyed catching up with the other characters from previous books in this series.  I would recommend reading this series in order.   

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