Book Eight, Farraday Country
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Tuckers bluff isn’t done playing matchmaker for the Farradays. Welcome to Hannah, book 8 in the Farraday Country series set in cattle-ranching west Texas, with all the friends, family and fun that fans have come to expect from USA TODAY Bestselling author Chris Keniston.
For Hannah Farraday, working at her family's new equine center is a dream come true. Each of her cousins has found their happily ever after, but she's not looking for Prince Charming. Especially not one who rides into town and knocks her boots over tea kettle.
Dallas police officer Dale Johnson plans to leave Texas in the dust. What should have been a pit stop in Tuckers Bluff is turned on its head when a chance encounter with a beautiful woman on horse back leaves him playing knight in shining armor.
Can fairytales come true when reality and dreams collide? Praise for the Farraday Series:
"Loved it. Fast moving and fun." Jodi Thomas, New York Times Bestselling Author on ETHAN
"My kind of read! Spend an afternoon with a great romance story, a feisty heroine, and one unforgettable hero." Lindsay McKenna, New York Times Bestselling Author on ADAM
"Chris Keniston gives us a world you'll never want to leave." Emily March, New York Times Bestselling Author of Eternity Springs series on FARRADAY COUNTRY SERIES
More Books in the Farraday Country Series:
Adam – Book 1
Brooks – Book 2
Connor – Book 3
Declan – Book 4
Ethan – Book 5
Finn – Book 6
Grace – Book 7
Hannah - Book 8
Ian - Book 9
Jamison - Book 10
Keeping Eileen - Book 11
Find more on Chris and her other books at chriskeniston.com
Fans of: small town romance, 7 brides for 7 brothers, Texas cowboys romance, dog lovers, Jodi Thomas, Emily March and the Eternity Springs series, the carsons of mustang creek, cedar cove novels, debbie macomber, linda lael miller, sweet contemporary romance, clean and wholesome romance, Rancher romance, West Texas stories, family sagas, romance series, runaway brides, and hallmark movies should enjoy Adam in the Farraday Country Series
It was a good read until the end. At the end it read as though the author just ran out of steam or imagination. There was just nothing. It messed with what came before in a significant way. It certainly impacts my desire to read more of her books.
Excellent story with an engaging set of characters. Laughter and suspense.
Although I enjoy most love stories, this one was actually believable! Some people might not think a town could/would pull together this way-but they do. And there are always some “wacky” people.