Review of The Bluebonnet Bride

The Bluebonnet Bride is a sweet, easy-to-read down home romance. There wasn't any deep message here, but it was a simple, sweet story.

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From the book's description:

This is Daniel Starr's year. He's moving up the rankings on the bull-riding circuit and is determined to catch his twin brother. Nothing is going to stop him. Well, almost nothing. When his beloved grandmother falls and needs a caretaker, Daniel finds himself on the road back to Pecan, Texas, rather than making the next rodeo. Why did this happen now? And why, when he's jeopardizing his career to come home, does Miss Bossypants Amy Benjamin think he's not doing enough?

Amy knows all about the swashbuckling Starr Brothers, but anyone who turns his back on her beloved Pecan--and on his own grandmother--doesn't deserve admiration. If Amy had been lucky enough to have family like Grandma Starr, her life would have been so different! Well, she's going to make sure Daniel does his duty. But the longer he stays in Pecan, the harder it'll be to see him go…



The Bluebonnet Bride is the first in a series of inspirational romances- The Lone Star Brides. Author Pamela Tracy does a good job introducing this series with Amy and Daniel's story.

The characters are interesting and likable, and the story- though at times predictable- was a good one with gentle romance.


You can find The Bluebonnet Bride on Amazon here and get a sample of the Kindle book below.








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