Texas Twilight by Caroline Fyffe

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    Caroline Fyffe knows how to create characters that brandish true grit and deep heart.

    Texas Badlands, 1886: Fresh out of medical school, John McCutcheon finds his stagecoach under attack by brutal outlaws. With the help of a feisty acquaintance Lily Anthony, he manages to fend off the assault.

    Lily is attracted to the charming cowboy-doctor, with his chiseled good looks and teasing ways, then heartbroken to learn he’s engaged to be married.

    Once settled in Rio Wells, Texas, John tries to ignore the fact that his cousin has taken a shine to Lily. When a bounty hunter shows up looking for a priceless jewel that Lily has found stashed away in her aunt’s belongings,

    Lily fears her dreams of owning her own shop – and of finding true love – are about to go up in flames…or, could that just be the glow of a beautiful…Texas Twilight?

    Review by S. Kimbrough:

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    I really enjoyed listening to this story. The narrator used different voices for each character and it made it easier to tell who was speaking.

    John Jake McCutcheon has just graduated from medical school and is on his way to begin his career in Rio Wells, Texas, near his Uncle Winston McCutcheon’s ranch. John’s stage is attacked by Comancheros and he was cut on his face, making a dramatic beginning.

    When John meets his cousin Dustin there is a tenseness and you know there will be trouble between them. For those that look forward to each book, following the McCutcheon family, you will thoroughly enjoy this story.

    John’s sister, Charity makes an unexpected visit and Brandon follows her, adding to the drama.

    Review By Ro:

    Would you consider the audio edition of Texas Twilight to be better than the print version?

    I enjoyed the print book so much I was interested in listening to the audio version. I found this form to be delightfully entertaining, especially when my eyes are too tired to read any longer. I really thought Brant Bolton did an excellent job with all the characters especially the men. Although his version of Tante Harriett, Lily’s edlerly aunt was delightful!

    What other book might you compare Texas Twilight to and why?

    I was an avid Max Brand reader years ago and this book reminds me of his style very much.

    Which character – as performed by Grant Bolton – was your favorite?

    Dr. John McCutcheon.

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    Definately had me on edge, but overall really brought out warm feelings, and a few tears.

    Any additional comments?

    I love Fyffe’s easy descriptive style and wait for each new release. She knows how to create characters that brandish true grit and deep heart. Her books are uplifting, entertaining and have values that leave you believing in life and love! Thank you Ms. Caroline Fyffe!