Sunday, July 19, 2015

The Cowboy SEAL's Triplets by Tina Leonard

Title:  The Cowboy SEAL's Triplets
Series:  Bridesmaid's Creek #4
Author:  Tina Leonard
Publication Date:  July 7/15 by Harlequin
Length:  224pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:


When Daisy Donovan roars into town on the back of John "Squint" Mathison's motorcycle, the people of Bridesmaids Creek start buzzing like bees in mating season! The former bad girl is finally home where she belongs, ready to win over her Texas town—and the hunky former SEAL who is the father of her soon-to-be baby boys.

Although he just had the most passionate time of his life with the woman he adores, John's after a prize he thought couldn't be his. He never had a real home, growing up in a family who traveled from rodeo to rodeo. But now he's determined to show Daisy that he's ready to settle down and be the new favorite son of Bridesmaids Creek—by getting Daisy to the altar before their triplets are born!

My Review:

What a fantastic premise. The magic of romance combines with human nature in this quaint little town that I just can’t get enough of. Leonard has created a unique tale of love and parenthood, where marriage is a race. The town comes to life in a vivid manner while the characters and their stories captured my heart.

Watching these two lovebirds come together was quite comical at times. The magic of Bridesmaid Creek was at war with the mistaken beliefs of the main characters, creating events and circumstances that were off the charts. Not only was the relationship between the two main characters unpredictable yet wildly romantic, they were fantastic individuals in their own rights. I loved John’s single-minded devotion. He put his all into everything he believed in. Daisy’s belief in the magic of the town was endearing, while her go-get-em attitude makes her really stand out. Surrounded by all the fantastic, and well developed, individuals in Bridesmaids Creek, Leonard has created a compelling cast to carry this story forward.

Ok, I’ll admit, I’ve yet to read the first few novels in this series, but now I’m going back to read them. This story can easily be read as a standalone, but I’m hooked on the world that Leonard has created & I’m dying for more.

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