Stuck Together Review

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In Stuck Together by Mary Connealy, Tina Cahill is determined to get the town saloon to close, and though she spend much of her free time picketing the establishment, no one in the town seems to pay any attention to her.  But Vince Yates notices Tina, and has for a long time.  Then Vince's rathe shows up and leaves his mentally deteriorating mother and his sister, and Vince has more on his plate than he can handle.  If he could just get past his fear that he might turn out like his parents, he might propose to Tina!

This book was just a fun, slightly humorous read!  I liked Tina's character, and I thought her stubbornness was amusing.  I thought the development of the romance between Tina and Vince was sweet, even though the characters were mostly confused about or trying to avoid their feelings through most of the book.

The story line flashes back and forth between Vince and Tina and Vince's friend, Luke.  Since this is the third book in this series, I think I would understand and appreciate that part of the plot better if I had read the other two books first.  Connealy makes several references to events that I assume occurred in the other two books, so if you were interested in reading this book, I might suggest picking up the first two books to fill in the gaps.

Overall, I enjoyed the book, especially the quirky, colorful characters.  The plot was interesting enough, even though I hadn't read the other books before picking up this one.  If you like light-hearted western romances, I'd say this might be one to check out.

Note: I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.
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