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“What she was finding also was how one book led to another, doors kept opening wherever she turned and the days weren't long enough for the reading she wanted to do.”

Texas Pride - Kindle Alexander 2.5 stars. This one just wasn't for me. Even ignoring the typos and grammar mistakes, the story is too long and the characters weren't developed enough for me to like them or understand their decisions. The closeted cowboy character was OK, except for his constant indecisiveness and lack of confidence, and Austin was overly dramatic and needy. He was also apparently a two-time Oscar winning actor along the lines of George Clooney, but that didn't come across for me at all. He didn't seem like a sophisticated ex-Hollywood star, more of a washed out B-grade actor with an annoying entourage and too much money. The secondary characters were either forgettable (Jose and Mike) or pointless (Sean and Cara). There were parts I enjoyed: Austin having to work hard for Kitt's attention but even that story line was overdone and it became a matter of there not being much else happening that held my interest.