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Married to Maggie (Texas Boys Falling Fast Book 1) by [Romes, Jan]
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About the Author

Jan Romes grew up in northwest Ohio with eight zany siblings. Married to her high school sweetheart for more years than seems possible, she is also a proud mom, mother-in-law, and grandmother. She likes to read all genres, writes witty contemporary romance, is a part-time fitness trainer, and enjoys growing pumpkins and sunflowers.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 629 KB
  • Print Length: 243 pages
  • Publisher: Jan Romes (2 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H8BP8JC
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #315,233 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It’s a testament to Jan Romes’ writing that after downloading Married To Maggie, I intended to have a little peek and four hours later I was still reading. Married To Maggie is the best kind of romance, fun, witty and pure escapism.

With a plot that would rival Shakespeare, Married To Maggie hinges on secret schemes, double crosses, an arch-villain and nothing being as it seems. When Maggie Gray loses her job as a nurse, she is tempted into accepting an offer from billionaire oil tycoon Loy Vincent, to marry his grandson Ty. In a quirky twist of fate, Ty also hires Maggie to pose as his wife, in order to get his grandfather off his case. The novel takes place over the seven days from Maggie and Ty’s meeting to their wedding day and what a seven days it is.

The heart of the story is Maggie Gray herself, who is a terrific combination of vulnerability and grit. A dedicated cardiac nurse in her late twenties, she has a full life; helping at shelters for the homeless and dogs as well as belly dancing and socialising with her best friend Nancy. She’s not a woman to be pushed around and has no problem in standing up to the ferocious Loy Vincent and Ty’s snobby friends but at heart she is kind and caring. It doesn’t take long for her to regret becoming embroiled in the madcap scheme as her feelings for Ty are genuine and real.

Ty is also a likeable character, a man trying to live up to the reputation of his imposing lineage whilst making his own mark. There are lots of other engaging characters, most notably Ty’s mother Ellen and my own personal favourite, the paparazzi photographer Chaz Rosston. Romes’ skill as a writer is evident in her ability to bring her characters to life which makes her readers believe in them and care about them.
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What a fun, witty, original, enjoyablebook! There’s so much to love:

The characters – Ty is the perfect hero: attractive but endearingly flawed. I loved his vulnerability as he grieves his father’s death. And Maggie is just brilliant: so strong, but also a big softie beneath it all – very easy to identify with.

The plot – I loved the double dealing; such a refreshingly new idea on which to base a love story! The story has plenty of depth to it, and lots of action. Jan is expert at knitting together all the threads to make for a really interesting, engaging read.

The realism – I really believed in the story and the characters. Poor Maggie, what a pickle she gets in simply because she cares for people so!

The passion – oh, such passion! Wonderful chemistry.

The wit and appealing tone in the writing – it’s a pleasure to read. I especially love the dialogue – I felt I was there in the scene, listening to real people talk.

The compelling pace – I found the book to be a real page-turner.

The ending – which of course I won’t share here; suffice it to say that it left me closing the book with a light heart and a wide smile.
In sum, a really great romance novel I’d recommend heartily. Heartwarming and mood-boosting: the literary equivalent of coffee and a muffin with a good friend.
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When cardiac Nurse Maggie agrees to marry filthy rich Tysen, it is meant to be a marriage of convenience. Before long, both of them are further involved than their initial contract intended. Each with a hidden agenda, an irascible grand-father with his own secrets and everyone in on the plot except Maggie the story had enough twists to keep me reading. I read it in two days.

I thought the book was well-written, with well-drawn characters. I particularly liked the way Ms Romes developed the emotions in the main characters from their first meeting where nothing much is going on between them to the gradual awareness of both of them as their feelings begin to develop. The Dallas elite circle was well described too.

I loved the book. It was entertaining and I think it deserves every one of five stars.
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This is an engaging and feel-good read. Maggie agrees to a deal to become rich oil tycoon Tyson Vincent's wife. Tyson is normally a "hit em and quit em" guy with a big ego but he is basically fragile. He meets Maggie and she agrees to a short term marriage in return for a lavish lifestyle; she becomes 'the wife for hire' a neat arrangement that will secure his place in the family firm. But while they both agree to this formal arrangement they fight the physical desire burning inside and deny the love that develops. 'Red flags of warning' are popping. Even as she enters the church she is uncertain but takes her sign from three white roses.
Jan's writing is crisp, original and feels fresh. Her descriptions and dialogue are those of a talented writer. 'Razor sharp anguish spliced across his chest.' 'She blew past the stop signs.' 'The air was charged with ions of unease.'
While the outcome wasn't entirely a surprise it was satisfying.
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