Stuck Together


“Stuck Together” is the third and final book in the “Trouble in Texas” series by Mary Connealy and published by Bethany House.  It was released on June 3, 2014.  The first two books in the series are “Swept Away” and “Fired Up“.


This book picks up where the other two left off, so I think it would make more sense to read the first two before reading this one.  Vince Yates comes from a broken home, and dislikes his father, but especially so when his father rides into Broken Wheel and dumps his mentally challenged mother on Vince and scrams.  Vince has more on his hands than ever before, especially trying to handle Tina Cahill being the most attractive and last single girl, aside from his sister, left in Broken Wheel.


Tina Cahill thinks Vince Yates is the most handsome and the most annoying person in Broken Wheel, and has major sympathy when his mother is left in town with him, so she comes alongside him and helps out.  Will they remain the last two single people in town? Or will they overcome their differences and become stuck together?



I thought that this book was a fairly good read.  It was somewhat lighthearted, but because of the tragedy of his mother’s sickness, it lent an emotional depth to Vince’s character, and made him and his gruffness more understandable.  I would recommend this book; it was a good ending to the series.

Thank you so much to Bethany House and Net Galley for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review.  All opinions are my own.

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