Monday, August 27, 2018
Fit to be Tied
The Bucklin family loves each other too much to stay away. . . but not enough to behave
Being rich is fine, but when wealth comes from striking oil, it's a slippery mess for a family who doesn't know what to do with it. The Bucklin cousins are all together again, and this family reunion is shaping up to be another disaster.
Coralee falls for the police officer who pulls her over. Sally has finally found a guy, but now she's not sure a relationship is even worth the bother. No matter how hard Brett tries to avoid trouble, he somehow stumbles right back into the thick of it. And Marybeth and Bucky continue to fumble and bumble as they learn how to handle being rich.
The Bucklin family is known for drama--and Bucklin family drama knows no bounds.
My thoughts: While I enjoyed the first book in this series, I thought that this one was even more fun, since it continued the stories of a lot of the characters from the first book! A few of the main characters took a back seat in this one, but that left room for a few others to step up with their stories, which was so much fun. I really liked that Sally still had her point of view, since I can relate to her and how close she is to her sister. This is such a fun series about a large family working out their differences and dealing with their unique struggles and victories. I highly recommend it!
I received this story from Gilead publishing. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
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