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COMING HOME TO TEXAS


After a blind date in Monte Carlo leads to a weekend of passion, plus-size model Jodie Marsh finds out she's pregnant. Since she just signed on to be "the girl next door" for a cosmetics campaign, she needs a marriage of convenience—fast! But the baby's father, rancher–architect Travis Whitaker is reluctant to marry again. He'll agree if Jodie will take the marriage seriously and work on their relationship. But is this career girl interested in love? Fans of Victoria Chancellor's Ranger Springs novels will enjoy catching up with the regulars in Coming Home to Texas (3). But the thinly developed Travis and Jodie never really connect emotionally, making it difficult to believe in their happily-ever-after ending.
Reviewed by: 
Tara Gelsomino