To Wed in Texas by Jodi Thomas

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First there was To Kiss a Texan, then there was The Texan's Touch
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bestselling author Jodi Thomas concludes her Texan Brothers Trilogy

If any town needed guidance on the path to peace it was wild and dangerous Jefferson, Texas. Delivering it was the widowed Reverend Daniel McLain's calling. Unfortunately, Daniel's own serenity is disrupted when his young daughters' nanny abandons her job, leaving the widower to appeal to his late wife's family for help.

But instead of the elderly aunt he's expecting, he's greeted by Karlee Whitworth, the family's forlorn cousin who's desperate for a place to stay, and eager to prove her worth--by caring for the twins and by mending Daniel's greiving heart. Now two lost souls are about to discover a kindred spirit, and the courage they need to find the happiness they were destined to share...

About Jodi Thomas

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Jodi Thomas lives in Amarillo, TX.
Published January 1, 2000 by Berkley. 320 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reverend Daniel McLain desperately needs help in bringing guidance and peace to the mid-19th-century Western town of Jefferson, Tex., and with twin toddlers running him ragged, he can't get focused. H

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