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5 Stars Out Of 5
Texas Twins Series conclusion At Christmas
June 3, 2013
Jillian Hart closed out the series of Texas Twins, with a wonderful Christmas story. The involved a family with 2 sets of twins, boys and girls; the parents each took a boy and girl, because the mother went to Witness Protection. The father remarried and had a son, so their was a reunion of 5 children with their birth parents. Both parents suffered serious physical ailments, which all the more encouraged this family reunion. The story is about the mom and dad and their relationship, which Jillian deals with in a very loving way. There is a mystery to be solved, but that's up to the reader.
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Brian Wallace finally returns to his home in Fort Worth. Due to unforeseen circumstances he was not able to contact his family. In fact, he was through such a traumatic time that he has realized he has been given a precious second chance at life. At least with his three children. There will always be a hole in his heart for the other three he lost forever_.or did he? Seems there has been quite a few changes in the six months he's been gone.
Belle Colby has been in a coma for six months. Nothing like waking up and seeing two of her children for the first time in twenty-five years. Add to that the fact all of them have found their soul mates. But nothing tops the moment when the one man she never planned to see again in her life walks into her room at the convalescent home. And how quickly her heart recognizes him.
This was a really good series with enough loose ends to keep you coming back to read the next book. Jillian Hart pulls together all the loose ends from the previous five books to give the readers closure. I found it tough to leave the Wallace/Colby clan and Grasslands, Texas, the characters were all written so well and pulled the reader into their world. In this final book we see how several of our characters have to face their past and forgive themselves and others so they can move ahead to the future and good things that God has planned for them.