Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Review : The Texan's Twins

The Texan's Twins by Pamela Britton

(Texas Rodeo Barons # 3)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 224
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Purchase Links : Amazon
Expected publication: September 2nd 2014 by Harlequin

Definitely Not Daddy Material!

Jasmine Marks is focused and hardworking, and when she took a job as engineer for Baron Energies, she left behind her support network. Now, the burden of caring for her twin girls is all on her, and she doesn't have time for a dilettante playboy like Jet Baron. Besides, she needs her job, and she can't blow it by getting involved with the boss's son.

On the surface, Jet Barron is a dabbler, dropping into work one day and riding rodeo the next. But when he makes his mind up, he goes for it, full-out. He knows a lot more than anyone suspects, about the oil business, about women. And this woman needs someone to count on—which will be Jet, if he gets his way.


Jasmine is a hard worker who is starting her job that as an engineer. Where shes at she knows she has to work hard to be taken seriously because shes new and this job is mainly seen as a mans job. It doesnt help that she has two lovely daughters and Jet who is a welcome distraction who is known to be a bit of a playboy. Not only that he is her bosses son.

I really loved this book. I loved how loving, caring and stubborn Jasmine was, it made her character interesting. I liked how caring, understanding, and supportive Jet was. I loved that there was a dual POV between Jet and Jasmine so I got to know everyones true intentions about what was going on. I loved that there was a bit of suspense in the book, don't want to elaborate on that because it'll spoil the book. I enjoyed seeing the connection between Jet and Jasmine. I loved that this book was fast paced with never a dull moment and was also very well written. Overall I really loved this book and recommend you lovely readers to check out this short and sweet book. 4.5 stars!

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