[Epub] The Long, Hot Texas Summer (McCabe Homecoming #2) By Cathy Gillen Thacker – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Long, Hot Texas Summer (McCabe Homecoming #2) Heating Up In Texas When Justin McCabe Hires A Master Carpenter To Help Build His Ranch For Troubled Teens, Tall, Gorgeous Blonde Amanda Johnson Isn T Quite What He D Imagined But Not Only Can She Do The Job, She Has A Thing Or Two To Teach Him About Judging By Appearances And, Important, She Has A Knack For Reaching The Kind Of Kid Justin Wants To Help Amanda Hadn T Counted On Her New Boss All Strapping Six Foot Five Of Him Being So Utterly Irresistible Working Side By Side Under The Scorching Texas Sun, The Two Of Them Make A Great Team In Every Way Possible The Heat Of Summer Is No Match For The Sizzle They Generate Whenever They Re Together But When A Crisis Forces Amanda To Face Her Past, She Ll Need To Make A Heart Wrenching Decision About Her Futurewhether Justin Is In It Or Not.


10 thoughts on “The Long, Hot Texas Summer (McCabe Homecoming #2)

  1. says:

    Don t have an opening quote for this.I really disliked this book about a sexist, pushy hero who makes huge decisions without discussing it with the heroine often decisions that affect her life greatly.Thacker was also trying to convince me that Amanda was lusting after Justin every single second of every day, just constantly o


  2. says:

    When I read a category romance in one go, you know it s a goodie This has Justin McCabe going about building a ranch for teenage boys who need help He hires a carpenter, and is surprised when said carpenter turns out to be a woman There s an immediate attraction between them They end up taking in a troubled teen, Lamar Atkins, who is


  3. says:

    I ve never read anything by this author before and boy was I taken by surprise This book was a major disappointment The cover and title are excellent and really drew me in, so I requested this book The title and cover are completely misleading.This book is boring, inconsistent, confusing and full of instalove In the beginning Justin and Amand


  4. says:

    Good book Justin is building a ranch for troubled teens He s doing very well except for the carpentry which is kicking his butt He hires a master carpenter to help and is surprised when that turns out to be a tall beautiful woman He s immediately attracted but the ranch is the most important thing When they are also asked to supervise a teen s commun


  5. says:

    3 STARSWhen they say hot it is not the outside temperatures they are talking about only There are a lot of love scenes that I skipped over I really like the characters Most of them have been hurt and are protecting themselves from further hurting Slowly they start trusting each other.Justin McCabe has the idea that he wants to start a boys ranch for troubled


  6. says:

    3.5 Stars The Long, Hot Texas Summer is the 2nd book in the McCabe Homecoming series by Cathy Gillen Thacker To be fair, I didn t read the 1st book in this series, but I don t think it affected this story at all I never felt like I was missing something.Justin McCabe has taken on a pretty ambitious project He s building a ranch for troubled teens His goal is to have


  7. says:

    The Long, Hot Texas Summer by Cathy Gillen Thacker This book was given to me from Netgalley for an honest review I found this book to be lighthearted and sweet Even though it dealt with a couple of heavy issues it was still a light happy read Here we have Amanda who is surprisingly a beautiful carpenter with a heart of gold She is so strong willed and says what ever comes t


  8. says:

    Why did I read this book The cover DUHH I mean HELLOO hottie I used to read Harlequin all the time and I loved the books they put out so I m kinda not sure why I quit reading the brand but anywho, Justin that boy is F I N E, once you get set up there, Amanda, I d be happy to take you to dinner I mean he may be a little full of himself but damn his looks sure make up for it There is


  9. says:

    This novel is from the McCabe Homecoming series, and I have not read anything else from the series The Long, Hot Texas Summer stands alone just fine, but I will seek out other books in the series based on the author s writing skill demonstrated in this romance The premise was goo, it a bit predictable The pacing was even and the story well plotted LHTS was a character ...


  10. says:

    Justin and Amanda are unexpectedly thrown together to start a ranch for boys with social service needs As they work on the ranch, a spark develops, and they spend the rest of the book exploring their chemistry together That, and working on getting the ranch ready to open on time This book was predictable and the characters were underdeveloped But the plot was cute, Justin and Amanda were likeable


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