About the book:
Welcome to Two-Time Texas: Where tempers burn hot Love runs deep And a single marriage can unite a feuding town …or tear it apart for good In the wild and untamed West, time is set by the local jeweler…but Two-Time Texas has two: two feuding jewelers and two wildly conflicting time zones. Meg Lockwood’s marriage was supposed to unite the families and finally bring peace.
But when she’s left at the altar by her no-good fiancé, Meg’s dreams of dragging her quarrelsome neighbors into a ceasefire are dashed. No wedding bells? No one-time town. Hired to defend the groom against a breach of promise lawsuit, Grant Garrison quickly realizes that the only thing worse than small-town trouble is falling for the jilted bride. But there’s something about Meg’s sweet smile and determined grit that draws him in…even as the whole crazy town seems set on keeping them apart.
Who knew being Left at the Altar could be such sweet, clean, madcap fun?
A Match Made in Texas Left at the Altar (Book 1)
A Match Made in Texas (Book 2)
How the West was Wed (Book 3)
My review:(4 stars)
This is a super cute book with characters that are feisty and funny.
Everyone in Two-Time, Texas is ready for the wedding of Meg Lockwood and Tommy Farrell. Well, everyone except for Tommy who waits for the worst possible time to let Meg know that he’s not ready to settle down.
Their fathers are livid and the called off wedding leaves the town still divided into two time zones. When handsome young attorney arrives in town to set up his practice had, the story gets very entertaining. I genuinely liked all the characters and was very surprised at the ending of this well written book.
If you like clean, sweet and lighthearted novels, then this one is a definite must read.
I received a copy of Left at the Alter from Netgalley and have given my honest opinion.