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Double Trouble Rancher Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds the key to saving Haven's boys ranch, but Gabe won't let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs Double Trouble Rancher Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds the key to saving Haven's boys ranch, but Gabe won't let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs someone who will be there for her and her daughters. Yet as the girls overrun his orderly ranch with their tea parties and girlie cuteness, Gabe finds himself softening just a little. Could a family to love be exactly what this solitary rancher needs?


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Double Trouble Rancher Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds the key to saving Haven's boys ranch, but Gabe won't let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs Double Trouble Rancher Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds the key to saving Haven's boys ranch, but Gabe won't let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs someone who will be there for her and her daughters. Yet as the girls overrun his orderly ranch with their tea parties and girlie cuteness, Gabe finds himself softening just a little. Could a family to love be exactly what this solitary rancher needs?

30 review for The Rancher's Texas Twins

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Tyree

    The Rancher's Texas Twins book is a really good book that emphasizes the point that it is never too late for love and that love can find us when we least expect it. Gabe Everett is a Rancher that works with boys at the Haven Ranch. It takes in boys that need a home and gives them a place to live and gives them hope. In order to save the Haven Ranch, he has to find Avery Culpepper and get her to stay until the reading of her grandfather's will. Gabe finds Avery and has her in Haven, Texas but The Rancher's Texas Twins book is a really good book that emphasizes the point that it is never too late for love and that love can find us when we least expect it. Gabe Everett is a Rancher that works with boys at the Haven Ranch. It takes in boys that need a home and gives them a place to live and gives them hope. In order to save the Haven Ranch, he has to find Avery Culpepper and get her to stay until the reading of her grandfather's will. Gabe finds Avery and has her in Haven, Texas but Avery has anger towards her grandfather and is undecided about whether she and her twin daughters should stay. Gabe convinces Avery to stay and invites her and her twins to stay at his home. Gabe is not a family man but soon finds himself attending tea parties with cute hats and building swing sets. He also finds himself falling for Avery but Avery has been hurt and Gabe feels like she needs a family man instead of him. Avery has been hurt before and is fearful about giving her heart to Gabe. Haven, Texas is a small community where people really care about one another and soon Avery finds she has support and friends. She has a home in Tennessee but no friends there. She has to decide whether she should stay in Haven and become a part of the community where she and her twins are accepted. I really enjoyed the book and found it really has heart. It is a book in the Lone Star Cowboy League series. I am anxious to begin the other books so that I can see how the other couples found one another. The community has a sneaky way of matchmaking that really draws the reader in.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Glenda Parker

    This is the sixth and final book in the Lone Star Cowboy League Continuity Series. I have enjoy this series and have actually bought these books. Most of the books I review are books that are sent to me to read and review but the last five books I paid for, I liked it that much. This book is well written and heart warming.(As are all of Allie's stories) I know you will love the book. Rancher Gabe Everett is the president of the Lone Stay Cowboy League. They are in charge of the boy's home; a This is the sixth and final book in the Lone Star Cowboy League Continuity Series. I have enjoy this series and have actually bought these books. Most of the books I review are books that are sent to me to read and review but the last five books I paid for, I liked it that much. This book is well written and heart warming.(As are all of Allie's stories) I know you will love the book. Rancher Gabe Everett is the president of the Lone Stay Cowboy League. They are in charge of the boy's home; a ranch that Gabe had once attended when his life fell apart. The boys ranch has moved into a new facility but the inheritance comes with stipulations. They have met several but there was still two more to go. The first one, Avery is here in town but is very angry at her grandfather for putting her in this mess, the other is to find his grand father and they have very little time to accomplish it. Avery was being thrown out of the bed and breakfast so he did the only thing he could, he brought them home, an invasion of tiny pinkness. How can he deal with all these girls? Avery Culpepper grew up in foster homes; she didn't have a home like these boys did, love, understanding, and guidance. Her grandfather left her a small rustic cabin and then left the rest of his estate to the boys home. At first she really resented it but as she came to know the boys and the staff she decide to stay and help. Much of that had to do with Gabe; who although he is a solitary man he asked her and her twin four years to come stay with him at his ranch. He only did it to keep her here until the celebration. As Avery watches him deal with her daughters she is drawn to him. But she also watches him fall apart as they are unable to find his grandfather. Everything depended on finding this man. A journey of these two solitary broken souls. God has a plan for these two, for the girls they are caring for, and for the boys ranch that means so much for them. God has a plan for you too. Just surrender your heart and watch Him turn your life around.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Gabe needs to save the boys ranch, he has a set of rules left behind and he is not happy about it. But when three girls step into his life its pink everywhere and it seems to put him back a few steps on finding and completing everything that needs to be done. Avery is asked to come and complete the request of her grandfather and she is not happy about it and this is the last thing she wants to do. She needs to get back to her life in Tennessee with her girls but it seems that everyone wants Gabe needs to save the boys ranch, he has a set of rules left behind and he is not happy about it. But when three girls step into his life its pink everywhere and it seems to put him back a few steps on finding and completing everything that needs to be done. Avery is asked to come and complete the request of her grandfather and she is not happy about it and this is the last thing she wants to do. She needs to get back to her life in Tennessee with her girls but it seems that everyone wants something from her. Will she be able to figure out whats needed of her and help Gabe get what he needs? This book was super sweet love story. The book draws you in and keeps you drawn in through out the whole book. The storyline was super fun to follow even though this book is part of a series the book and story was super easy to follow and catch up with however the author did a good job at wanting to go back and read the other books in the series. The book is a good clean romance and is suitable for all readers. I really enjoyed the fun characters in this story and the two little girls in the story added a fun element to the story i found myself laughing at their antics when there where some intense situations the author wrote in there crazy antics and made the book so much fun to read. If you are looking for a quick read thats a super fun read this book is so worth the read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dj

    Double Trouble (Rancher) Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds one of the keys to saving Haven's Boys Ranch, but Gabe tries not to let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs someone who will be there for her and her daughters unlike her granddad and husband. Yet as the girls overrun Double Trouble (Rancher) Gabe Everett will do whatever it takes to keep Avery Culpepper in Texas until the end of the month. Even if it means inviting the beautiful single mom and her mischievous twin girls to stay on his property. Avery holds one of the keys to saving Haven's Boys Ranch, but Gabe tries not to let his interest go beyond business. He's not a family man, and Avery needs someone who will be there for her and her daughters unlike her granddad and husband. Yet as the girls overrun his orderly ranch with their tea parties, girlie cuteness, and pinkness, Gabe finds himself softening just a little. Finding his granddad proved futile until he reveals he’s the ranch hand that has lived there for years. Could a family to love be exactly what this solitary rancher needs?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alisha

    good end

  6. 4 out of 5

    Massanutten Regional Library

    Karen, Grottoes patron, July 2017, 5 stars: A beautiful sweet story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anna Jones

    This book was a fun read! It was cute and adorable but realistic enough to believe it could happen.

  8. 5 out of 5

    June

    Gave was a strong character throughout the series and his roll in the final outcome to the boys ranch is very important. When they find the real Avery and she brings her daughters with her, Gage can't help but bend over backwards to help the "tiny pinkness" to keep them around long enough. And the final twist of the story was awesome. Once again, not a lot of connection to the other continuity series, other than the Cowboy League that continued on from the original series. Great authors and a Gave was a strong character throughout the series and his roll in the final outcome to the boys ranch is very important. When they find the real Avery and she brings her daughters with her, Gage can't help but bend over backwards to help the "tiny pinkness" to keep them around long enough. And the final twist of the story was awesome. Once again, not a lot of connection to the other continuity series, other than the Cowboy League that continued on from the original series. Great authors and a good job on connecting the characters of the individual series sections. Next month the final installment of the Love Inspired Historical second part of the continuity ends. I will then read the final three books and see how things wrap up.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    received 4 1/2 stars @ harlequin.com (as of 3/15/17). To view reviews, go HERE> http://www.harlequin.com/storeitem.ht... Miniseries: Lone Star Cowboy League: Boys Ranch

  10. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn

    A well written Christian romance. The book has a good plot and believable characters. Good,clean and fast read. I received an ARC from the author. All opinions expressed are my own.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    Miniseries: Lone Star Cowboy League: Boys Ranch

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    The Rancher's Texas Twins the last book in The Lone Star Cowboy League: Boys Ranch series by Allie Pleiter. This book was not a let down. Avery Culpepper is one of the last to be found before the will can be final on the 20th of the month. Avery arrives with twin girl four year old. Dinah and Debbie. They are very active four year old. They have no place to stay. Gabe Everett lives along in a big ranch house of his own. He invites them to stay with him. An older married couple is the housekeeper The Rancher's Texas Twins the last book in The Lone Star Cowboy League: Boys Ranch series by Allie Pleiter. This book was not a let down. Avery Culpepper is one of the last to be found before the will can be final on the 20th of the month. Avery arrives with twin girl four year old. Dinah and Debbie. They are very active four year old. They have no place to stay. Gabe Everett lives along in a big ranch house of his own. He invites them to stay with him. An older married couple is the housekeeper and grounds person. They get the house ready for the girls and Avery. A pink bedroom. Gabe isn't use to kids around. Some really funny things go on with the girls. They call Gabe "Mr. Boots" Funny. The last person they have to find is Gabe's grandfather. Which they haven't been able to locate. In the end we find out who the grandfather is. Also that the boys at the ranch have been behind the love connection between couple in the town. Funny. Romance happens between Gabe and Avery. A very good read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Myers

    Another in the Lone Star Cowboy series, the real Avery has come to town but Gabe must make sure she stays while doing everything he can to track down his long lost grandfather. Add in precocious four year old twin girls with a love of pink and Gabe the terminal bachelor's life goes on a trip he could never have prepared for. Gabe had a heart of gold but when it comes to letting himself let people in... he has a mile high ten foot thick wall around his heart. Tea parties and swing sets are just Another in the Lone Star Cowboy series, the real Avery has come to town but Gabe must make sure she stays while doing everything he can to track down his long lost grandfather. Add in precocious four year old twin girls with a love of pink and Gabe the terminal bachelor's life goes on a trip he could never have prepared for. Gabe had a heart of gold but when it comes to letting himself let people in... he has a mile high ten foot thick wall around his heart. Tea parties and swing sets are just what he needs to change his tune, even if he doesn't know it yet.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Janice Sisemore

    The Texas ranchers twins The real Avery has been found, this is a part of a series but can be read as a stand alone. Avery has twin girls, the are so cute. Gabe is trying to save the boys ranch but still trying to find more details of the will. I was given an advanced copy of the book by the author, enjoyed it very much and definitely recommend it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Suzie Waltner

    Double the Adorable! I’ve heard it said that puppies and babies sell. In my opinion, toddlers who get into mischief and speak their minds like only kids can make great fodder for stories. Allie Pleiter doubles the trouble with twin four-year-old-girls, and some of the fun they get into is delightful. Gabe Everett is a stoic rancher who likes to be alone but when his house is invaded by “pinkness,” the girls, as well as readers, get some giggles out of the arrangement. It was endearing to read Double the Adorable! I’ve heard it said that puppies and babies sell. In my opinion, toddlers who get into mischief and speak their minds like only kids can make great fodder for stories. Allie Pleiter doubles the trouble with twin four-year-old-girls, and some of the fun they get into is delightful. Gabe Everett is a stoic rancher who likes to be alone but when his house is invaded by “pinkness,” the girls, as well as readers, get some giggles out of the arrangement. It was endearing to read about this big, handsome rancher having a tea party with the twins. Even though he claims to be a loner, the small humans—and their mother—become as much a part of him as the land and the boys’ ranch he’s doing his best to keep alive. A fun story filled with the antics of the twins, the doubts of a woman who has known too much loss, and a man who is determined to keep his distance despite his change of heart. Disclosure statement: I receive complimentary books for review from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including Netgalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Huddler

    What kind of person would ever have something written in their will that would force people to find 1 grand daughter and 3 former owners of a building by a certain date? Cyprus Culpepper, that is who. If this is not done, a boys home would be sold and the boys would have to be placed somewhere other than the loving organization they are now in. Gab never thought the grand daughter would come with twin daughters. What a challenge. This book was an easy read The story was funny at times and did What kind of person would ever have something written in their will that would force people to find 1 grand daughter and 3 former owners of a building by a certain date? Cyprus Culpepper, that is who. If this is not done, a boys home would be sold and the boys would have to be placed somewhere other than the loving organization they are now in. Gab never thought the grand daughter would come with twin daughters. What a challenge. This book was an easy read The story was funny at times and did cause me to chuckle out loud.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Leonard

    I really enjoyed this book . I was not surprised by who the last member of the original boy's ranch.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rachel A Textor

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sherri

  20. 4 out of 5

    Becky

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fancyshmancy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jill

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Courtney

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Jerousek

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lori

  27. 5 out of 5

    Diana

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Kantor

  29. 5 out of 5

    LYNDA R MCCLINTOCK

  30. 4 out of 5

    David Boren

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