Texas Rose Forever
CanDee loves researching her books. She eats up history. So when a now ex-boyfriend stole her last novel, she resorted to writing genealogy books for families as her bread and butter while she worked on the next novel. But she definitely doesn't expect to be confused with a stripper when she first walks onto the Texas Rose Ranch. Things haven't quite started off like she'd planned. And her plans are all messed up from here on out.
This book had a definitely YA feel to it. And as you all know, I'm not super fond of YA. But overall, this one was nice. It had humor, a bit juvenile, but still funny. It has romance, brought down to a YA level, but still sweet. I enjoyed the interaction between the two main characters, the twist with the ex-boyfriend, and the history about the ranch. I had a good time reading the book. Still not sure if I will read the next one in the series. Several things were a bit too - for lack of better word - juvenile for me. There were also a lot of typos and grammatical errors. With some good editing, I think this would be a big hit among the YA book lovers. It would have to be more adult for me to fall in love, but overall, a sweet romantic comedy that was fun to read.
I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review.
Thanks for the review. I probably won't read it because I dislike reading books with lots of errors, and I have found out that there are a lot of books being sold that have not been edited properly.
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