Texas Rose Happily Ever-After By Katie Graykowski is book 5 in the A Texas Rose Ranch Series. Swacovian Crown Princess Alexandra Louisa Eleanor Evangeline Von Claremont known as A-Lee is on a mission to find her maternal grandfather. She promised her beloved grandmother as the woman lay dying that she would find the man who her grandmother had loved and then lost contact with during the Korean War.
After all, the man has a daughter and a granddaughter that he doesn’t know to exist. Over the years her grandmother had looked for him, but in 1965 he disappeared. The last place he worked was the Texas Rose Ranch. A-Lee must find him. It was her grandmother’s dying wish. She will not fail. Her whole life has led up to this point. Nothing will stop her. Until she runs out of gas in the middle of nowhere.
San Antonio T-Bone Rose is the fifth son of the famed Texas Rose Ranch. It may be the second-largest ranch in Texas, but it’s the most profitable by far. He’s finally home for good with his newly minted PhD in Agribusiness. He’s taking over the farming arm of the family business. The ranch is going non-GMO whether the family likes it or not. He knows best. It’s his way or the highway. Speaking of the highway, there seems to be a tall chestnut-haired woman wearing a red sequin crop top walking purposefully down the middle of Highway 16.
After some serious convincing, T-Bone talks A-Lee into taking a ride from him to the Texas Rose Ranch. Together they tear the ranch apart looking for clues to the mystery that is Llewellyn Bradford. What they find, changes their lives forever.
My Opinion: I enjoyed this book as A-Lee was on a quest to find her grandfather and tell him about his long-lost love her grandmother. Along the way she finds love, and friendship, and learns a lot about ranching and being a nanny for a while.
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