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Texas Two-Step PDF, ePub eBook The folks of Promise, Texas, are kind hearted matchmakers, and they've set their sights on Ellie Sheridan and her childhood friend Glen Patterson. Ellie and Glen have always been best friends, but the sparks fly between them as the townsfolk push them together and force them to reexamine their feelings.

30 review for Texas Two-Step

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    All of the problems of the first book and none of the charm. Part of the problem is that Glen couldn't be dumber if he had a brainectomy. Which wouldn't be so bad except that the author expects the reader to take his stupidity seriously--i.e. we're supposed to believe that Glen could know and be friends with Ellie for years and still believe she'd fall for the prat Richard. Seriously? Bitter Springs is downplayed in this one, with only a single visit to the town and it's still only mildly spooky. All of the problems of the first book and none of the charm. Part of the problem is that Glen couldn't be dumber if he had a brainectomy. Which wouldn't be so bad except that the author expects the reader to take his stupidity seriously--i.e. we're supposed to believe that Glen could know and be friends with Ellie for years and still believe she'd fall for the prat Richard. Seriously? Bitter Springs is downplayed in this one, with only a single visit to the town and it's still only mildly spooky. But Richard plays an even bigger role than he did in the first and he's as grating as he ever was. I fear that he's going to be the villain through the entire series of six books and if that's the case, I quit right now. He wouldn't be more transparent if Macomber gave him a mustache to twirl. I'm a little encouraged that it appears that his house of cards is starting to fall, but by the end, it still hasn't fallen yet. Unfortunately, that's only because Macomber made everybody else in town blithering idiots unable to maintain their skepticism beyond "the check is in the mail". And his plan at the end is to hide out in Bitter Springs? Seriously? The self-acknowledged city boy plans on roughing it in a barren wasteland and eat what? Do what all day? Gah. Anyway, Glen is unsympathetic and Ellie (for what little we see of her) is kind of just there and that makes all the difference in making this book almost hard to read. I finished it hoping it'd improve but it never did. At this point, I'm not sure if I'm willing to risk the next. Someone please tell me that Richard is gone. Please?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Losing her father then watching her mother pack up and sell the home she grew up in and then moving left Ellie Frasier feeling alone. Having a close friend like Glen Patterson new by helped some, running her fathers feed store helped some, but the sorrow was still there. Now that Ellie had gotten an inheritance, Richard Weston saw opportunity to get some money, move up in his life and drive his brother Grady’s best friend Glen crazy. After being friends for so long, Glen was worried that one kis Losing her father then watching her mother pack up and sell the home she grew up in and then moving left Ellie Frasier feeling alone. Having a close friend like Glen Patterson new by helped some, running her fathers feed store helped some, but the sorrow was still there. Now that Ellie had gotten an inheritance, Richard Weston saw opportunity to get some money, move up in his life and drive his brother Grady’s best friend Glen crazy. After being friends for so long, Glen was worried that one kiss would ruin everything they had. Finding that kiss all he could think about and then realizing that she was also seeing Richard was about to make him - crazy. Book 2 ….. I have the whole series now, the first book set up the entire town with characters and their paths. This one just continued in the same way. Got to see more of Savannah, and get to know a few of the others better. The story of Bitter End continues and there is amore set ups made. Another nice and gentle romance with a bit of adventure to add a little suspense. Next up is “Caroline’s Child“, finally going to get to know who the father is.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Spohn

    Reviewed at Lovin'A Cowboy Romance Texas Two-Step would be considered a clean, sweet romance by today’s expectations. And I enjoyed this re-read of Ellie and Glen’s falling in love as much as I did the first time I read it. In fact, the 1998 Harlequin paperback is over on my physical bookshelf even now, along with the rest of this series. Yes, I do hold on to the good ones, and I’ll always do a few re-reads of the ones that I keep. Debbie Macomber has gone on to become a best selling author with Reviewed at Lovin'A Cowboy Romance Texas Two-Step would be considered a clean, sweet romance by today’s expectations. And I enjoyed this re-read of Ellie and Glen’s falling in love as much as I did the first time I read it. In fact, the 1998 Harlequin paperback is over on my physical bookshelf even now, along with the rest of this series. Yes, I do hold on to the good ones, and I’ll always do a few re-reads of the ones that I keep. Debbie Macomber has gone on to become a best selling author with a worldwide following… and while I do love her books to this day, I still enjoy going back to her beginnings now and then. This title is part of my Flashback Series feature. I love stepping back in time and visiting with old friends, and Texas Two-Step was no exception. Ellie’s world has turned upside down recently, and the oddness of her life is going to go a bit further before it all comes to a happy ending. After her father’s recent death her mother decided to up and sell Ellie’s childhood home and leave… just move away. Ellie is left still in mourning, still confused by her mother’s actions and operating the feed store on her own. Well, the fact is that no one is really alone in Promise, Texas – even if they want to be. It won’t take long before the town matchmakers decide that Ellie and Glen’s long time friendships should move on up to the next level… or for one nasty piece of work, Richard, to step in with his up to no good plans. Texas Two-Step moves the general, overall feel of this series along. We’ll get to visit with Savannah again, catch up with some other people in town as well as revisit Bitter Springs briefly. Sometimes best friends turn out to be so much more – and that is exactly what happens with Ellie and Glen. Plus some shenanigans from Richard. Love wins in the end, and we get ready for the next story in this series. I had fun with this one, it was enjoyable to go back to an earlier Debbie Macomber series. If you love her work today, then you’d enjoy going back to some of her earlier series as well. I own a paperback edition of Texas Two-Step

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    Glenn Patterson and Ellie Frasier have been best friends forever. Then one night Glenn kisses Ellie and everything so different. Richard Weston is busy spending money he doesn't have trying to keep his brother and sister don't find out. He's looking to play a con to cheat more people. Very good read I loved it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ruth smith

    Always enjoy Debbie stories, however, this one ended a little abruptely. Wee could have had the w Wedding and Gotten them settled. Everything was left unfinished. It also seemed to be a short book or part of it was just left out.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Connie Glasgow

    This is a wonderful series love Debbie Macomber and her way of working through a small town and making people happy. Love that there is usually a "bad" person and who she utilizes that individual to make it exciting and real.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jan Stone

    A good Macomber read with its fun predictability.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Fairchild

    Book 2 in series. Equally as well written and defined as book 1. Cowboys, pretty girls, bad and good guys with mysteries and romance I to the mix. Light and easy read. Good clean book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    C. (Christy)

    A sweet, feel good story that I thoroughly enjoyed reading. Ellie and Glen were very likable characters. I can’t wait to read more of this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    more like 2 1/2 stars. Just ok.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brona

    I loved going back to Promise, Texas and following another romance. On to Caroline's Child and more romance.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mary Baker

    I enjoyed this book which was a good, safe, sometimes funny read. It is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand-alone novel.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Quick, fun summer read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    I must say that I do enjoy Debbie Macomber's romances. I find the stories always make me smile, and there's always something extra in the pages. This was no exception, I really enjoyed this story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melody Lemons

    Confusing Hard to believe anyone is that fence as Glen or that blind as Richards siblings seem to be. Still hard to believe they have kicked him out yet.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Powell

    I found Ellie and Glen to be charming characters and could relate to the fact that they were friends and it took a while to realize they were in love.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leticia Vega

    Cutesy kinda story. Heartwarming. I started the series with Bk #2. The narration takes some getting use to. There's several stories unfolding simultaneously alongside the featured characters, much like a tv series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Molinari

    I’m really enjoying the characters in these novels (this is #2 in the Hart of Texas saga). I’m sure this has something to do with the publishing date but I wanted the misunderstandings to be a bit more believable. Reminds me of those movies where instead of just taking the opportunity to speak up the person allows the other to just walk out thinking the worst. I’m not sure that works in today’s market/society anymore? I like that just as a couple gets together, there’s something to tear them bac I’m really enjoying the characters in these novels (this is #2 in the Hart of Texas saga). I’m sure this has something to do with the publishing date but I wanted the misunderstandings to be a bit more believable. Reminds me of those movies where instead of just taking the opportunity to speak up the person allows the other to just walk out thinking the worst. I’m not sure that works in today’s market/society anymore? I like that just as a couple gets together, there’s something to tear them back apart so we continue with the longing/drama. The country setting and the small town vibe is wonderful, I fly right through these books and want more. In this one, I thought the father’s having the exact same story as the son was a bit too convenient. Maybe only one aspect could’ve been similar? I’m just nit picking, these are beautifully written so I’m sure I’m being harder on the little things because there’s no larger issues. And if Richard doesn’t leave town I will run him out! (Which I suspect he will stick around to take some of the sold cattle money.) I want to believe in the strength of the men at the Westin house but Richard still mooching is getting less and less believable as the seasons change.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Luisa

    So, clearly when I wrote "I'll most likely read more books from this series" in my review of Macomber's Lonesome Cowboy, I really meant that I had already read book #2 in the series and would be reviewing it mere minutes later. But no matter. This story had some nice resolution for characters I met and started cheering for in the first one. The younger brother is still a jerk, but he's fun to hate, so I keep going back for more plot line. I think Grady and Caroline will get together in the next So, clearly when I wrote "I'll most likely read more books from this series" in my review of Macomber's Lonesome Cowboy, I really meant that I had already read book #2 in the series and would be reviewing it mere minutes later. But no matter. This story had some nice resolution for characters I met and started cheering for in the first one. The younger brother is still a jerk, but he's fun to hate, so I keep going back for more plot line. I think Grady and Caroline will get together in the next one. You heard it here first. Will I read book #3 to find out? Most likely. In large print.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kshydog

    Glad that there was a little bit about Savannah and her now husband Laredo which I enjoyed from the first book. Still no resolution to the problems that the brother Richard created earlier but glad how he was a part of this story and the tensions he created. I liked the struggles that occurred with Ellie and Glen trying to stay friends after their very tender kiss.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    Part of The Heart of Texas series by Debbie Macomber, is set in the Hill Country of Texas. I live in this area and she nailed the setting. I like this story because if focuses more on the men's side of what is going on in the town of Promise and the romances within. Filled with humor it is a really good story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julianne

    "Heart of Texas" series, Book #2. The gal who runs the feed store is best friends with one of the local ranchers. Can a man and a woman ever be best friends without there being a romantic involvement? Nobody thinks it's possible, yet these two think they're pulling it off. Until someone else asks her out...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Barb

    After her father's death, Ellie Frasier takes over the feed store in Promise. Still in mourning, she turns to her friends for comfort. But now her long-standing relationship with one of those friends--rancher Glen Patterson--seems to be turning into something else.... Almost a continuation of the first book. Can't wait to get book #3, #4, #5, #6.... Highly recommended. 5 star.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Richelle

    Listened to this book, and it took me the first cd to get use to the readers voice. when she would read the male characters dialog she would use this terrible deep unmanly voice. Once I got over that it was a good read. The only thing is that we never finished Richard's story. I am kind of thinking it will be in the next book, but it still would have been nice to round out the story.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    Debbie Macomber is my go-to author when I need a little light-hearted reading. This series is about the people from Promise, TX - a ranching community in the Hill Country. It's pretty stereotypic cowboy romance, but I practically fell out of my chair laughing at a couple of the romance scenes.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kim Hampton

    The second book in Debbie Macomber's "Heart of Texas" series finds Ellie mourning the death of her father and her mother's move. Is her friend Glen up to the task of comforting her....and maybe more? You know they always say friends make great spouses!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Scott

    I have been reading this series, and of course I read the books out of order. I liked this book, but not as much as I did the others. I would still recommend this book, but I would recommend that you start with the first book in the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Yekaterina

    Ellie is running the feed store in town, solo. Losing her father was the hardest thing she's had to go through. Luckily her best friend, Glen, is there every step of the way... All the way to the alter. Cute story, even a tad bit of suspense. I enjoyed it.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    Again, eh. It was ok....honestly I think I would rather read something else. Seriously the writing and story lines don't appeal to me.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Thompson

    This one left me wanting more... I'm going to have to read the next in the series.

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