A Fortunes Of Texas Christmas
Fortunes of Texas
by Helen Lacey
Romance , Women's Fiction
Mills & Boon
Pub Date 30 Nov 2017
Now a channel 5 film Christmas in Paris
The Yuletide season brings something tres magnifique to Texas, in the form of sexy French enterpreneur Amersen Beaudin. The sexy but standoffish playboy has zero interest in meeting his newly discovered Fortune relatives, least of all the man who is his biological father. But when matriarch Kate Fortune dangles an all-too-attractive business proposition, he is intrigued. And once he meets Kate's beautiful gardener, Robin Harbin, he starts to rethink his holiday plans . . .
A spicy affair with the blue-eyed, blonde is now at the top of Amersen's wish list. But all Robin wants for Christmas is the flirty Parisian’s heart and soul. Can she convince him that love – and family – can lead to a Joyeux Noel?
Whilst clearly part of a series of stories about the
Fortunes – a family – living in Texas, this can also be read as a stand-alone –
just – as I got very intrigued about all the other Fortune children mentioned
if not by name, that seem to be scattered around. One really wishes that Mr
Fortune, father of all these children, learnt his lesson after the first
illegitimate child! And maybe had a vasectomy…
I like stories which include horses and where the young
woman can stick up for herself and this story had such a character.
Otherwise it was a fairly normal boy meets girl, and
finds out hat his previous tom-catting ways no longer suit him, the meetings go
well, not so well, badly, then better and finally very well and a…
A competently story-teller with nice style in the