Amanda Cabot’s Cimarron Creek finale wraps up all the dangling threads from the first couple books while introducing new residents of this Texas town in the Hill Country. And in case you missed it, I’m hosting a giveaway of the entire trilogy here.
About the Book
As far as Thea Michener is concerned, it’s time for a change. With her husband murdered and her much-anticipated baby stillborn, there is nothing left for her in Ladreville. Having accepted a position as Cimarron Creek’s midwife, she has no intention of remarrying and trying for another child. So when a handsome Texas Ranger appears on her doorstep with an abandoned baby, Thea isn’t sure her heart can take it.
Ranger Jackson Guthrie isn’t concerned only with the baby’s welfare. He’s been looking for Thea, convinced that her late husband was part of the gang that killed his brother. But it soon becomes clear that the situation is far more complicated than he anticipated–and he’ll need Thea’s help if he’s ever to find the justice he seeks.
Amanda Cabot invites readers back to Cimarron Creek for a tender story of loss, betrayal, and love in the majestic Texas Hill Country.
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Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Amanda Cabot welcomes readers back to Cimarron Creek, Texas. While A Tender Hope can be read as a standalone, readers will get more out of it if they read the first two books first. Or at the very least, A Borrowed Dream because there is some story carry over into the third and final book in the series.
When Thea Michener accepts the position of midwife in Cimarron Creek, she is ready for a fresh start away from the memories of her husband and child. Along for the ride is Aimee Jarre who is searching for her birth mother. The last thing she expects to find on the steps of her new home is a Texas Ranger with an abandoned baby in his arms.
Between Thea’s past, Aimee’s search, and Jackson’s investigation into a robbery gang who just might have ties to Thea, there is plenty happening to keep the storyline moving. But there’s even more than that with the newcomers’ introductions to the townspeople and the abundance of romance.
While the first two books in the series had some crime and violence, this one included murder (one of which also included some torture of a woman). While the details are glossed over fairly well, there was a vivid picture painted in mind. Overall, the bad fail, the good win, and the guys get their gals. Exactly what I am looking for in my romance reads.
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