Dream with Me, Cowboy Enhanced Edition (Texas Matchmakers, #1)
by Debra Clopton
Series: Texas Matchmakers #1
Published by DCP Publishing
Publication Date March 5, 2017
Genres: Clean Romance, Action/Adventure, Christian Fiction
Setting: Texas Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-35
Written for: Adult
Dream With Me, Cowboy is book 1 of an addictively fun Christian romance series! Hairstylist Lacy Brown believes love is in the air and the hair when she drives her ancient pink convertible into town and joins forces with three matchmakers who've started a national "wives wanted" ad campaign to save their dying town. The women will come~she believes and she’ll help each of them find their happily-ever after… But she’s not looking for love… From the moment rancher Clint Matlock and Lacy Brown collide the unpredictable spitfire turns his life upside down and suddenly he’s having trouble keeping his mind on stopping rustlers... If you like fast paced, well written romance with loveable characters you’ll love this series! These stories will be etched into your heart forever! What a wonderful little town Debra Clopton's created ~ get your copy today! Note: This book was previously published as The Trouble With Lacy Brown. This enhanced edition includes some fun extras.
Books in the TEXAS MATCHMAKERS series: Book 1: Dream With Me, Cowboy Book 2: Be My Love, Cowboy Book 3: This Heart's Your, Cowboy Book 4: Hold Me, Cowboy Book 5: Be Mine, Cowboy Book 6: Marry Me, Cowboy Book 7: Cherish Me, Cowboy Book 8: Surprise Me, Cowboy Book 9: Serenade Me, Cowboy Book 10: Return To Me, Cowboy Book 11: Love Me, Cowboy Book 12: Ride With Me, Cowboy Book 13: Dance With Me, Cowboy
I finished Dream With Me Cowboy over an hour ago, and I’m still grinning from ear to ear. The book started with a bang (literally!) and the pace didn’t let up. Debra Clopton wrote a story that was the perfect combination of humor, adventure, emotion, and Christian growth.
Lacy, the main character, was larger-than-life. She was bold, sassy, impulsive and tender-hearted. Though the story was not told in the first person, I was Lacy for the time I was reading the book. Her adventures as she impetuously followed the Lord’s command into the small town of Mule Hollow, Texas were filled with laughter and sparks.
The author had great descriptions, fun puns and heartfelt messages in this light-hearted yet emotional journey that left me feeling like I wanted to do a victory dance at the end. And I don’t do victory dances. Ever!