Love blossoms in the unlikeliest places...Tarnation, Texas.
Buzz Colt was a liar, cheat, and a scrooge, but the one thing he did right was father five sons. Growing up without a father, Baxter Colt learned how to be a man on his own. He’d written Buzz out of his life until he passed and left a few surprises and secrets - and hoops to jump through.
Fury wasn’t a strong enough word to describe Baxter’s feelings when he heard the stipulations of his father’s will. Five brothers who are strangers are given the choice to live together for six months and work the Grinning Spurs Ranch or give up everything they’ve worked for - including their homesteads.
However, that’s only the beginning. All five must be married before time is up.
Since her mother was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s Disease, Abriella Craig was responsible for the family bakery and her little brother. Financially, she was strapped and emotionally and physically she was alone, but when a brooding, handsome stranger strolls into town, he might be the answer to her prayers.
Abriella is as sweet as the cupcakes she creates and would make the perfect wife, but as secrets start to unfold, Baxter realizes he wants more than a marriage of convenience. But is he too much like his father to ever find love?
The Colt brothers will each take a journey in finding love, brotherhood, and forgiveness in the small town of Tarnation, Texas, where love blooms in the unlikeliest places.
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- Sophie Koufes
Hitched (Tarnation, Texas Book 1) is a western romance that dabbles with a bit of intrigue, romance and mystery. A sweet entertaining romance listen. This author creates a vivid panorama of this fictional world she has created. Character's are compelling with engaging characteristics. Imbue some blossoming relationships, false impressions and witty banter between the characters creating a entertaining listen.
Narator Amanda Abeillan's performance was impeccable . Her inflection was saccharine and smooth. Always a joie de vivre to listen to her naration.