Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Jacqueline's review of The Texan's Irish Bride by Caroline Clemmons

Reviewed by -- Jacqueline Driggers

Book Review of -- The Texan's Irish Bride (The McClintocks Book 1) by Caroline Clemmons

Overall star rating, from 1-5 ---> 5

About the book:
Cenora Rose O’Neill knows her father somehow arranged the trap for Dallas, but she agrees to wed the handsome stranger. She’d do anything to protect her family, and she wants to save herself from the bully Tom Williams. A fine settled man like Dallas will rid himself of her soon enough, but at least she and her family will be safely away from Tom Williams. 

Texas rancher Dallas McClintock has no plans to wed for several years. Right now, he’s trying to establish himself as a successful horse breeder. Severely wounded rescuing Cenora from kidnappers, Dallas is taken to her family’s wagon to be tended. He is trapped into marrying Cenora, but he is not a man who goes back on his word. His wife has a silly superstition for everything, but passion-filled nights with her make up for everything—even when her wild, eccentric family drives crazy. 

Book creation ratings:
Overall total -- 30 out of a possible 30
-- Story & characters -- 10
-- Cover & title -- 10
-- Editing & formatting -- 10

The review
This was an awesome book! I totally loved it. I got it as a free download on Amazon when browsing the store on my kindle one night. It's a romance story set in the old west, and the author totally nails it. The characters were wonderful, and the story was too. This is a great romance book that has a happily ever after ending, and everything else you could want. She is an awesome writer, and doesn't miss a beat. If you are wanting a good romance to settle down with, this is it.

Reader Recommendations
Genre -- old west romance
Age recommendations -- 18 plus
Sex content rating -- mild
Violence rating -- between mild and moderate

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