Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas – Tucker by Emily March
Published: February 25, 2020 – St. Martin’s Paperbacks
E-galley courtesy of the publisher and NetGalley
Meet Gillian Thacker. Her business: Bliss Bridal Salon. Her passion: Weddings. Her own wedding: It’s complicated. Life isn’t turning out like she’d planned. The last thing she wants is for a real-life hero to ride to her rescue, but an unexpected event puts her entire future in Redemption, Texas, at risk. So what’s a broken-hearted bridal expert to do? Maybe a new set of survival skills is exactly what she needs…
Tucker McBride has been proud to call himself a U.S. Army Ranger. But now that his days of service are over, he’s decided to put his expertise to use by founding a wilderness skills training school. He sets up shop in Redemption, next to Bliss Bridal, and so begins life: Part Two. Marriage has been pretty low on his agenda, but as soon as he meets Gillian, Tucker can’t help but contemplate the ultimate challenge: Convincing the reluctant bride to take his hand and leap into the adventure of a lifetime . . . until death do them part. (publisher)
My take: This is the second book in The McBrides of Texas series. Tucker’s story is one of figuring out what the next chapter in his life will be after the army. He comes home to the small Texas town of Redemption and meets Gillian, a beautiful, smart, and (sad to say) engaged woman. When life hands Gillian a major upset she and Tucker find they might have a lot to teach each other. It will take a while for these headstrong people to realize what it takes to survive and move forward, possibly together. The McBrides of Texas – Tucker is filled with fun repartee between Gillian and Tucker. I enjoyed the laugh-out-loud scenes that played out in Las Vegas as well as on the Texas hiking trails. A fun novel all the way around. I’m looking forward to Boon’s story that was hinted at near the end.
About the author:
Emily March is the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels, including the critically acclaimed Eternity Springs series. Publishers Weekly calls March a “master of delightful banter,” and her heartwarming, emotionally charged stories have been named to Best of the Year lists by Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and Romance Writers of America.
A graduate of Texas A&M University, Emily is an avid fan of Aggie sports and her recipe for jalapeño relish has made her a tailgating legend.
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12 thoughts on “Blog Tour: Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas – Tucker”
This was certainly fun and Tucker had a few plays up his sleeve for sure. So far I’ve enjoyed everything of Emily March’s writing,
I agree, Kathryn. Her books are enjoyable!
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This one sounds like part of a delightful series, and I love that cover! Thanks for sharing.
It is! I enjoy the author’s combination of humor and romance.
It sounds like a fun read.
It is 🙂
Emily March is a favorite of mine and this sounds like a good one! I enjoyed the previous book in this series so I’m looking forward to picking this one up.
I hope you get a chance to read it soon!
I’m guessing that in order to get the best out of this book I’d have had to have read the previous book in the series.
Loving the cover, that the book has some laugh out loud scenes is all to the good but wary about reading this as I should imagine (and maybe I’m wrong) that one animal or another will find itself in peril at some time and that troubles me.
I read it several weeks ago but can’t recall any animals in peril. Also, it can stand alone even though a few characters from previous books make an appearance. A fun read.
This sounds good and I like the cover too. Great post!
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