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Stuck Together (Trouble in Texas Book #3): Volume 3 by [Connealy, Mary]
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Book 3 of 3 in Trouble in Texas (3 Book Series)

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When a lawman who values order gets stuck with a feisty crusader who likes to stir things up, there's going to be trouble in Texas!

Now that she's settled in town, Tina Cahill is determined to get Broken Wheel's saloon closed for good. To that end, she pickets outside the place every afternoon. Unfortunately, so far no one has paid any attention.
Vince Yates earned the nickname "Invincible Vince" because of his reputation for letting absolutely nothing stop him. But Vince is about to face his biggest challenge yet: his past has just caught up with him. His father, mother, and the sister he didn't know he had show up in Broken Wheel without warning. His father is still a schemer. His mother is showing signs of dementia. And his surprise sister quickly falls for one of Vince's best friends. Vince suddenly has a lot of people depending on him, and Tina doesn't approve of how he's handling any of them.
With nearly every other man in town married off, Vince finds himself stuck with strong-willed Tina over and over again. Of course, Tina is the prettiest woman he's ever seen, so if he could just get her to give up her crazy causes, he might go ahead and propose. But he's got one more surprise coming his way: Tina's picketing at the saloon has revealed a dark secret that could put everyone Vince loves in danger.
"Connealy's storytelling is laced with humor and wit and coupled with a solid plot. All this makes this sweet inspirational story very entertaining." -"RT Book Reviews"

About the Author

Mary Connealy is an award-winning, bestselling author known for her fun and lively historical romances. An author, teacher, and journalist, Mary lives on an eastern Nebraska ranch with her husband and has four daughters and two grandchildren. Learn more at www.maryconnealy.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0764209167
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (27 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GHXRQL0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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This story is set the 1860's in the small town of Broken Wheel, Texas. Tina moved in with her brother in Broken Wheel after her aunt kicked her out. She doesn't know him well, but since he's the only family she has, she goes to him for somewhere to live. Tina believes alcohol is evil and causes problems for the families of those who drink so she pickets in front of the only saloon in town. Vince is one of her brother’s best friends but Tina and he rub each other the wrong way when they first meet. Vince is the town lawyer (but he doesn't have a degree) and sheriff so he is suppose to stop Tina from picketing.

This book had many wonderfully funny scenes, especially when Tina was picketing the saloon. The author realistically had the entire town helping watch Vince's mother which is the way people who live in small towns are. The characters were quite well developed and extremely real. They were caring and funny. The picketing, drunk cowboys and dementia made this a fun read.

I won this book in a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.
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Five stars!! Such a good story... I would recommend reading book 1 (Luke & Ruthy) to get a better idea about the Regulators. Great book
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By PJ on 21 Jan. 2016
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Had to read all 3 in the series they were great
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not her strongest 15 Jun. 2014
By lighthouse88 - Published on Amazon.com
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This story is again set in the small town of Broken Wheel in Indian Territory in the year 1869. Tina Cahill has been in town now and works at the only restaurant as a cook. Her afternoons are spent picketing in front of the only saloon in town against the evils of liquor. Once she has a cause, she is fervent in seeing others are aware of it and doing something about correcting it. She is still living with her brother and arguing with Vince, one of her brother’s best friends. She also notices how handsome Vince is.
Vince Yates receives word from his father that his mother’s mental health is deteriorating and that Vince should come home to Chicago to take his place in the family business and in caring for his mother. Vince refuses as he has no desire for the family business of banking and has no fond memories of his father. As a result, his father brings his mother and another surprise to Vince and secretly leaves. In such a small town, Vince has to rely on everyone to help him care for his mother, including Tina Cahill. He likes to spar with her verbally, but she is getting to be dangerous to his heart so he tries to keep her at a distance. After all, he has vowed to himself never to marry as his mother’s mental illness also affected her father as well and Vince thinks he will be affected as well. However, he is forced to spend more and more time with Tina and realizes what a gem she is, but he can’t inflict his potential mental illness on her can he? Vince tries to control his future, but will he ever realize there is One who holds his future?
This is the last book in the Trouble in Texas series and I was hoping it would end on a high note, but for me it ended flat. The scenes that were supposed to be funny like when Tina is flailing around with her picket sign just weren’t funny to me. I also thought having Jonas fall in love with Melissa was too convenient and contrived. However, I did enjoy and appreciate how everyone in the small town of Broken Wheel pitched in to look after Vince’s mother, even though they weren’t related. The town genuinely cared about her welfare and did what it took to keep her safe. I thought the author did a good job of portraying (and making me care about) Vince’s father as a cruel and uncaring man; I really didn’t like that man! This was an okay book; it just wasn’t as good as the first two books in the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't Put Down this Action Packed Romance Story. 4 Jun. 2014
By Janine Sprague - Published on Amazon.com
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“Stuck Together” by Mary Connealy is the third and final book of her Trouble in Texas but I hope there is still going to be something about the lone Regulator that has not found a mate yet for that character for some reason really just touched my heart throughout the whole series. To be honest I don't normally purchase my books until after I have read them through the library to know that they are going to be worth the money, but with this book I couldn't wait and figured it wouldn't matter if it was good or bad for I would have gotten it sooner or later to go with the rest of the series. Well I have to say that I was beyond thrilled that I purchased the book for I think if I had to wait until I got my hands on it through the library I would have been so mad to have to wait for so long for such a wonderful book.

This book is so packed with action that frankly it started from the first line and went on right until the final sentence it seems. Oh sure it is a historical romance story but really I would have to say that the action almost equals or surpasses the romance in how it grabbed this readers attention. Laughter is abundant yet once again with Ms. Connealy's wonderful story telling, and again this started from the get go and was mixed into the action with perfection. Now this book can stand as a stand alone book but personally I think that it was enhanced a great deal by reading the rest of the series, including Ms. Connealy's story “Closer Than Brothers” that can be found at [...] . That story alone gives a lot of information about how the 'Band of Brothers' came about that is for sure.

Here is Vince's story and I have to say that I actually felt bad for the guy for it seemed like everything that could go wrong for him was going wrong right on top of each other and over lapping too boot. To see 'Invincible Vince' actually have some weaknesses was a endearment to me, even though I already liked the guy from the get go, this story just ramped that up to where I have to say I think Vince Yates is about my favorite character in the whole series. The way he handled himself and everything going on around him, where his top priorities where and where his loyalty rested made him into 'Invincible Vince' at least in this readers eyes even when his flaws and weaknesses showed clearly.

Then there is little Tina Cahill who has been part of the group longer than she realizes, and wow her story is heartbreaking, but man she has spunk that is for sure. It is a bit surprising to see her back story but at the same time it makes perfect sense in the way she acts. I was a little disappointed to not see a resolution to her feelings in one aspect but in another I dont think it would have worked with the character as she was so I am okay with how it all worked out.

The second romance that blooms seemed a little fast but then again frankly in Broken Wheel it is surprising that Tina remained single for as long as she did. I am not disappointed for the best friend that got involved with Vince's surprise sister really needed his own love as well but I would have loved to see that romance develop in its own story.

Over all this is a book that I enjoyed from the minute I picked up (which I had to wait until I knew I could read it without interruption so that wasn’t until late afternoon and frankly it was hard knowing that I had it but had to wait to read it) and was disappointed to put it down. I wasn't disappointed in the ending in the least bit but disappointed that another wonderful book and series came to a close. Then again I wonder if we wont see them again somewhere else??
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Third book in this series of the Andersonville Regulators... 3 July 2015
By mjkail - Published on Amazon.com
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Boy, not sure how to even write a review for this book. I do know I was very glad to see the end of it. The two main characters, Tina Cahill & Vince Yates were both in my way of thinking, very mismatched. They came across as very dysfunctional and in need of a good psychiatrist & even then it would be hard to help them. Then you add a very disturbed Vince's family to the mix & you have a really strange book. They needed a mate who was very strong & able to understand their past life because that was at the root of their problems.
After reading all three books I would not recommend this series but I realize from looking at the other reviews that not too many readers share my experience so, to each his own.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fun and inspiring action-packed romance!! 8 Sept. 2015
By NoelaN - Published on Amazon.com
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The Wild West, a one sheriff-town, saloon brawls, gunfights, and angry Indians… Makes for a jam-packed story but Mary Connealy does one better and adds spunk with a feisty picketing-protester heroine, a hero with too many roles and a valuable lesson to learn, and enough sparks between the both of them to light a bonfire!

Tina Cahill, the last unmarried girl in Broken Wheel, spends her spare time pacing outside the saloon whilst hoisting placards sermonizing on the evils of alcohol. When Tina gets embroiled in a fight with its patrons out in the street, Sheriff Vince Yates knows she’s more trouble than what she’s worth. But that doesn’t stop him from developing some mighty strong feelings for her. However, with a tyrant for a father, and a mother addled in her mind, he refuses to foist those bad genes upon his future wife. And so ‘Vince the Invincible’ continues to fetter his emotions, which is not easy considering he continues to get stuck together with Tina! Vince’s life is turned upside down by his parent’s sudden arrival in Broken Wheel, a mad woman in jail, and an Indian uprising to quell… But nothing sets him more on edge than that pretty picketing woman with whom he can’t get out of his mind.

Mary Connealy has delivered an action-packed romance that merges history, humor, and an inspirational thread that encourages the reader to trust in God for their future. This has been an amazing series and the old band of friends from the war, the Regulators of whom Vince was a part of, has snatched a permanent piece of my reading heart! Highly recommended!
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved every minute of this fast-paced adventure 21 Sept. 2014
By LWalker - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved every minute of this fast-paced adventure! I have enjoyed most of Mary Coneally's books, but this book had a slightly different yet wonderfully tender feel to it. The story was still fun and witty, but there was much less violence in it, which I liked. Vince was afraid of taking a chance on love due to his upbringing and his mother's dementia. Tina, also, had been raised in a very non-traditional home by a very austere aunt. I loved the way she encouraged Vince and helped to convince him that families stick together for the good and bad even after his own father left his mother in his care. It was great to see the gang work together to keep Vince's mother safe. And, of course, Mary Connealy tied up all the loose ends from the previous volumes as she so often does masterfully.
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