This is the 3rd book in the Trouble in Texas series. I did not read book 1 or 2 and found this book seems to start where book 2 left off. It is a story about Tina and Vince taking place in the western days. I had a hard time reading this book as it seemed slow to me, maybe it was because I hadn't read book 1or 2 and did not feel for the characters yet. Tina has her problems and a big personality as Vince has a dysfunctional family issues also. I found the drama and the western setting not my type of book.
I could recommend this to those that like westerns and reading series in the correct order. I think if you start at book 1 you will be more interested in each book. I found this book good, but not as much keeping my attention.
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