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    So back to the dinner you promised me His stomach was growling hungrily As was hersShe slanted him her usual feisty look We're having pizza And I'm payingWorks for me Matter of fact anytime he was with her anywhere he was with her worked for him pg 152This actually turned out to be a great book I had my doubts in the beginning Cathy Gillen Thacker is a good author I tend to prefer her because although Harleuin puts her in a box she tries her damnedest to put some good sex and sexual tension in her books I think this is the 11th book I've read by Gillen Thacker That's not to say every book of hers is a winner but when I see her name on a novel I know I can at least look forward to it whether I end up liking it or not It's reminiscent of The Texas Rancher's Marriage Not because of the plot but because both books started out with me thinking the hero might be an asshole but then he ended up to be a menschThe book opens up with Ginger finding out she's pregnant She and Rand have been sleeping together for a little over a year in what she describes as 'a series of one night stands' and he describes as 'a series of flings' He'd like to take it to the next level a relationship but she always ghosts him after sex much to his annoyanceBut now she's pregnant and she marches over to tell him She wants to get married He agrees The reasons I thought he was going to be a jerk werea Rand had never been one to let a woman take the lead It just wasn't in his nature pg 19 How disgusting Honestly Men who think they are the best at everything simply because they have a penis are weak and stupidb I didn't expect you to cheer me on Since all you want to do is STOP people from drilling Irresponsibly he interrupted adding that important ualification He had nothing against getting oil out of the ground as long as it was done safely and with minimal environmental impactGinger planted her hands on her hips aware they were on the verge of yet another of their famously passionate arguments Well I'm NOT irresponsibleAnd yet you're pregnant pg 17Oooooooh Wow Way to go for the low blow there man Completely asshole thing to say and by the way who GOT her pregnant? Oh right it was YOU So I was bracing myself for some horrible sexist heroNope He was great He was a supportive caring patient helpful husband to Ginger I really ended up liking himNot to say he was perfect The best way to interact with Ginger IMO is for him to a give her an orgasm at every available opportunity Lots of seduction lots of orgasms b My other advice to him is not to escalate situations She's got some batty ideas and it's important that when she throws out a batty frustrating idea you not counter with an eually batty idea to show her As in That'll show her Instead when she brings up her batty ideas you should just calmly and gently tell her that's a bad idea and why Escalating the situation only makes things worse and makes you seem as batty as she is Don't get drawn inHe pretty much follows my advice except for a notable scene in the lawyer's officeWhy am I calling Ginger batty?Well she wants to legislate her marriage Yeah she wants to run her marriage like a business She makes a list of things they have to legislate cleaning cooking chores and she writes down things that come up that she feels she needs to add like Will Not Monitor Each Other's Calls and Will Not Offer Unsolicited Advice and she even suggests legislating SEX oO I don't know how he put up with this honestly He was very patient I would have blown a gasket Every time he does something to annoy her she writes it on The List and promises she'll tell the lawyer about it oOThe weird thing is he actually is an AMAZING husband Very patient kind responsible helpful Good in bed She doesn't have much to complain about which she luckily realizes at the end of the bookWe also have some other factors One Ginger is a wildcatter drill baby drill and he is an environmentalist This makes for some interesting marital discussionsTwo they both have mothers who are forces to be reckoned with Ginger is dealing with a dependent obsessive helicopter mother who wants to control her life and says stuff like I think everyone should back off Ginger put in Her expression distraught she headed blindly for the doorBelieve me I would Cordelia cut her off at the threshold if I thought you were coming even close to meeting your husband's needs Don't you see? Your marriage to Rand will fail as surely as your first failed if you don't put your husband first pg 143right in front of Rand Makes unexpected visits Badgers Ginger about 'doing enough to take care of Rand and keep him happy' Rand's mother is a hugely successful wildcatter herself so her and her business is all tangled up in Ginger and her businessBoth of these things are very threatening to Ginger who values her independence above all else IMO Rand handles all this pretty brilliantly He's calm patient and level headedThree Ginger has to deal with her job and its difficulties her competition with Rand's mother too and her evil ex is coming along to stir up trouble as wellNeither one knew each other had a previous marriage it's something they learn about each other after they wed Actually these two don't know each other at all outside of bed and them getting married and moving in together is kind of a way for them to finally learn about the other and each other's lives and concernsI like that he doesn't ask her if the baby is his She assessed him with a long level look and blurted Aren't you going to ask me if the baby is yours? NoHer green eyes glimmered with barely suppressed emotion Why not?Because I don't have to Ginger he said I KNOW it is pg 12They are pretty honest and upfront with each other even if it drives them crazy and I like and admire that about them tooShe wears orange blossom perfume and Gillen Thacker mentions that a lot It's strange that she wants to legislate that they each do eual chores because after they get married and start living together it becomes increasingly obvious that she's not going to cook clean or do laundry Everything kind of falls in his lap which he handles with good humorHOW'S THE SEX CARMEN?One thing I will say about Gillen Thacker which is true in this book as well is that she doesn't skimp on the sex or sexual tension I mean she still has to meet Harleuin's guidelines nothing too explicit in this line but she does her goshdarn bestYou really feel like Ginger and Rand feel lust for each other Rand is pretty amazing in bed for an American Romance hero I mean we aren't reading Blaze here But it seems like he wants to fuck Ginger at any given opportunity and he likes to engage in foreplay and he enjoys going down on his woman Unlike the majority of these books in which the heroine CLAIMS the hero is wonderful in bed and in actuality you are reading the sex scenes like no he isn't Gillen Thacker surprised me with a hero who I felt was competent and actually interested in foreplayDon't read this for the sex Obviously if you are reading for the sex pick up erotica Blaze or perhaps a Historical Michelle Willingham writes some fun sex scenes But for an American Romance this is actually stellar Gillen Thacker makes sure there is a bunch of sexual tension Rand enjoys foreplay he's slow and not pushyIt was an enjoyable sexy book for American Romance I won't comment on their condom use since obviously Ginger is pregnant and there's no need to use condoms now Gillen Thacker's excuse for the pregnancy was that the condom broke I wanted to tell you that so you don't think that they were fucking moronsTL;DR What a surprising winning entry from Cathy Gillen Thacker The hero didn't give in to his jerky beginnings and actually turned out to be a mensch I love mensches He was a calm patient responsible caring husband and I liked it He's easygoing and I like easygoing men The sexual tension in the book was high Rand seemed like he actually knew what he was doing in bed and enjoyed it The heroine was a bit batty She was getting on my nerves a bit but all's well that ends well Glad they were able to see that their marriage was great That list of legislation was a big yuck SERIES1 The Texas Lawman's Woman2 The Long Hot Texas Summer3 The Texas Christmas Gift4 The Texas Wildcatter's BabyROMANCE CATEGORIESContemporary RomanceNon Virgin HeroineMarriage of Convenience my FIRST of this trope in 2019Pregnant HeroineHe's an Environmentalist; She's a WildcatterNAMES IN THIS BOOKview spoilerGinger fRand mDot fClancy mJosie fCordelia fJeff Paul mColt mRio mKyle mWade mConrad mDiandra fMichelle fMaria fClaire fHeath mHannah fThad mJasmine Josie Cordelia McCabe f hide spoiler


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    Before reading this I actually had no idea what a wildcatter even was I did a little Internet research okay Wikipedia and it's an American term for an individual who drills wildcat wells which are exploration oil wells drilled in areas not known to be oil fields The wildcatter in uestion is Ginger Rollins who has a one night stand with Rand McCabe an environmental impact surveyor When she tells him that she's pregnant she suggests a marriage of convenience for a year because she believes that will show potential clients who tend to be old fashioned that she's settled down and reliable Or somethingTo be honest the marriage of convenience trope doesn't work too well outside of Harleuin Presents I never uite understood Ginger's reasoning Does anyone really blink if a couple have a child without being married? Rand's mother does say that wildcatting is an old fashioned industry that doesn't like to see women be involved but that's just sexism Whether or not the woman is married or with kids or whatever wouldn't really have an impact if she was trying to break into an industry that was already the euivalent of the He Man Woman Haters ClubBut anyway that's just me bringing too much real life realism and common sense to a romance Ginger and Rand agree to set a limit of one year As they go about organising a legally binding nuptial agreement they try to fight their true lovey dovey feelings for one another from coming to the fore In particular Ginger who values independence above all else after growing up with a helicopter mother and coming out of a four year marriage where her husband and his family humoured her without taking her seriously Conflict arises when Ginger bids for a contract on a property to drill for oil where she is up against gasp Rand's mother's wildcatting business and where Rand is on the review panel as the environmental impact specialistDespite the marriage of convenience trope not really working several other tropes that I dislike were uickly averted in the opening 20 pages which was uite refreshing Firstly no secret paternity Ginger goes straight to Rand with the truth Secondly he doesn't ask if the baby is actually is Thirdly when he wants Ginger to talk with him instead of huffing off it's a gentle touch to the shoulder not grabbing her by the arm or crowding in on herstanding over her In fact he was uite the gentleman Perhaps a bit too good to be true but that's why I read these things He's caring supportive and protectiveGinger on the other hand became somewhat exasperating Independence is good and all but when you're constantly bitching and moaning about people who are only trying to help you it moves uncomfortably close into the territory of simply being an ungrateful cow I understood that part of Ginger's journey was learning to be able to accept help but it sure stretched my patience every time she snapped at somebody trying to assist her Rand in particular Be nicer to your husband Ginger I also uestioned her business decisions She places everything on landing this particular contract in order to establish her business I'm no businesswoman but even I know that putting all your eggs into the one basket is a pretty effing daft thing to do Her business kind of deserved to failUltimately with Rand being so perfect the book struggled to find conflict to sustain itself across the entire length of the book and sometimes became uite dull Want to know the fine details of how Rand and Ginger unpack their wedding gifts and store them? Or the ins and outs of how they do their laundry which has built up to big proportions? Or learn about every meal they eat? You'll get that here It was all a bit zzzz And there is a lot of sex These guys are really going at it Maybe because they were as bored as I was at pointsBut Rand was a lovely gentlemanly hero to read about It was a good thing he found Ginger's hormonal hot mess ness such a turn on because I don't know how many others would put up with it And their declarations of love after the black moment were uite touching


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    Good book Ginger and Rand have had some serious chemistry going on for months Every time they get near each other they end up in bed and the odds have finally caught up with them Ginger is pregnant and knows she has to tell Rand There are plans that have to be madeGinger is a female geological engineer something that's very unusual in the oil business She wants to get her business off the ground and if people find out she's pregnant and unmarried it could impact her chances to land an upcoming job So she proposes a marriage of convenience to Rand one that they will treat as a business Ginger is very independent and works hard to keep their marriage purely on a business level Of course that out of control attraction makes it very hard to do soRand is surprised by Ginger's proposal He hadn't planned on getting married any time soon but he is strangely pleased by his impending fatherhood He also finds the idea of marrying Ginger very appealing The time their marriage goes on the less he wants it to end on Ginger's timetable He's not above using their attraction to try to change her mind Ginger kind of irritated throughout much of the book She was so determined to make their marriage a business partnership that she seemed blind to the ways their relationship was changing But as I got to know her I could see that this was the way she was protecting herself She had seen the way her mother fell apart after her father died and she didn't want that to happen to her Mom has turned into an overprotective interfering pain in the butt which only increases Ginger's desire for independence So Ginger keeps trying to push Rand away even though she realizes that she loves him Rand was great He has always enjoyed his encounters with Ginger and isn't bothered at all by the idea of them getting married He's not thrilled with her idea of making it temporary but figures he's got time to change her mind I really enjoyed the way that he seems to know her so well He does a great job of reading her and can tell when she needs him to be close to her and when she needs him to back off I loved seeing him take care of her when she was sick and also the way he got both their mothers to leave her alone Though their postnup contract plans were a little odd the subject matter was not unlike what goes on as a couple adjusts to being marriedliving together I loved the conversation she had with the lawyer that opened her eyes to what she had There were some humorous times as they tried to work out what would go in the contractI also enjoyed the whole actual business relationship It was neat to see the geologist and the environmentalist try to keep their potential business conflict out of their personal life I thought they did a marvelous job of it There were some other interesting events that were related to this including dealing with Ginger's ex husband He was a suitably nasty piece of work and I loved what Ginger ended up doing to him I also liked seeing the dynamics of both of them dealing with Rand's mom I loved the final solution that Rand and Ginger came up with for their business dealings


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    THE TEXAS WILDCATTER'S BABY BY CATHY GILLEN THACKER    READ AND REVIEW THE TEXAS WILDCATTER'S BABY BY CATHY GILLEN THACKER SYNOPSIS Love Isn't Part of the Deal Ginger Rollins can't believe she gave in to temptation—again It's time for her and Rand McCabe to face the conseuences Never mind that the geological engineer and sexy environmental cowboy are on opposite sides when it comes to the Texas land they both love Now that she's pregnant they have one option Rand isn't used to being proposed to by a woman—especially one as gorgeous as Ginger—but he's all for getting married Too bad the independent wildcatter sees their union as a nonnegotiable deal Doesn't she know they share than hot chemistry? How long can he keep his feelings—and their baby—a secret? Rand vowed to love and honor Ginger forever And it's a promise he intends to keep  BUY LINKS    Barnes and Noble   Google Play Books  Harleuin   Ibooks   REVIEW  THE TEXAS WILDCATTER'S BABY BY CATHY GILLEN THACKER The Texas Wildcatter's Baby by Cathy Gillen ThackerMy rating 5 of 5 starsI am a fan of her McCabes series The Texas Wildcatter's Baby is an example of a story done right  With appealing characters surprising situations and an engrossing story I found The Texas Wildcatter's Baby an enjoyable escape The one thing that can always be counted on in a Cathy Gillen Thacker story is that the power of family and love can conuer any storm Entertaining and well written book of Night Owl ReviewsView all my reviews


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    In The Texas Wildcatter’s Baby by Cathy Gillen Thacker Ginger Rollins doesn’t want any commitment after her failed marriage But she keeps giving in to temptation having a long series of one night stands with Rand McCabe On their last debate they took things all the way to bed again only this time their one night stand had conseuences Rand wants Ginger but he first has to find a way to make her commit to him But after their last time together as always Ginger has been avoiding him at all costs So he is surprised when Ginger seeks him out Read More


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    I am a fan of her McCabes series The Texas Wildcatter's Baby is an example of a story done right With appealing characters surprising situations and an engrossing story I found The Texas Wildcatter's Baby an enjoyable escape The one thing that can always be counted on in a Cathy Gillen Thacker story is that the power of family and love can conuer any storm Entertaining and well written bookCopyright of Night Owl Reviews


  7. says:

    This fourth McCabe Homecoming story has fiercely independent heroine who is willing to make changes for a new life The interfering family is surprisingly non irritating and the hero is all a hero should be RT Book Reviews rated 4 starsMiniseries McCabe Homecoming


  8. says:

    The Texas Wildcatter's BabyAnother hit for Cathy Gillen Thacker and the McCabe Homecoming series Rand and Ginger discover that a business like marriage still gets mixed up in emotions


  9. says:

    Last of Josie and Wyatt's sons finally get married Though Rand and Ginger try to handle marriage like a business arrangement rather than from the love angle they soon find themselves feeling much for each other


  10. says:

    35 starsI had a hard time liking Ginger Rand was everything a girl could want; caring protective loving Every now and again it's okay to lean on others and it took Ginger WAY too long to figure that out


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Love Isn't Part of the Deal Ginger Rollins can't believe she gave in to temptation again It's time for her and Rand McCabe to face the conseuences Never mind that the geological engineer and sexy environmental cowboy are on opposite side Before reading this I actually had no idea what a wildcatter even was I did a little Internet research okay Wikipedia and it's an American term for an individual who drills wildcat wells which are exploration oil wells drilled in areas not known to be oil fields The wildcatter in uestion is Ginger Rollins who has a one night stand with Rand McCabe an environmental impact surveyor When she tells him that she's pregnant she suggests a marriage of convenience for a year because she believes that will show potential clients who tend to be old fashioned that she's settled down and reliable Or somethingTo be honest the marriage of convenience trope doesn't work too well outside of Harleuin Presents I never uite understood Ginger's reasoning Does anyone really blink if a couple have a child without being married? Rand's mother does say that wildcatting is an old fashioned industry that doesn't like to see women be involved but that's just sexism Whether or not the woman is married or with kids or whatever wouldn't really have an impact if she was trying to break into an industry that was already the euivalent of the He Man Woman Haters ClubBut anyway that's just me bringing too much real life realism and common sense to a romance Ginger and Rand agree to set a limit of one year As they go about organising a legally binding nuptial agreement they try to fight their true lovey dovey feelings for one another from coming to the fore In particular Ginger who values independence above all else after growing up with a helicopter mother and coming out of a four year marriage where her husband and his family humoured her without taking her seriously Conflict arises when Ginger bids for a contract on a property to drill for oil where she is up against gasp Rand's mother's wildcatting business and where Rand is on the review panel as the environmental impact specialistDespite the marriage of convenience trope not really working several other tropes that I dislike were uickly averted in the opening 20 pages which was uite refreshing Firstly no secret paternity Ginger goes straight to Rand with the truth Secondly he doesn't ask if the baby is actually is Thirdly when he wants Ginger to talk with him instead of huffing off it's a gentle touch to the shoulder not grabbing her by the arm or crowding in on herstanding over her In fact he was uite the gentleman Perhaps a bit too good to be true but that's why I read these things He's caring supportive and protectiveGinger on the other hand became somewhat exasperating Independence is good and all but when you're constantly bitching and moaning about people who are only trying to help you it moves uncomfortably close into the territory of simply being an ungrateful cow I understood that part of Ginger's journey was learning to be able to accept help but it sure stretched my patience every time she snapped at somebody trying to assist her Rand in particular Be nicer to your husband Ginger I also uestioned her business decisions She places everything on landing this particular contract in order to establish her business I'm no businesswoman but even I know that putting all your eggs into the one basket is a pretty effing daft thing to do Her business kind of deserved to failUltimately with Rand being so perfect the book struggled to find conflict to sustain itself across the entire length of the book and sometimes became uite dull Want to know the fine details of how Rand and Ginger unpack their wedding gifts and store them? Or the ins and outs of how they do their laundry which has built up to big proportions? Or learn about every meal they eat? You'll get that here It was all a bit zzzz And there is a lot of sex These guys are really going at it Maybe because they were as bored as I was at pointsBut Rand was a lovely gentlemanly hero to read about It was a good thing he found Ginger's hormonal hot mess ness such a turn on because I don't know how many others would put up with it And their declarations of love after the black moment were uite touching DOS Novelas Cortas values independence above all else after growing up with a helicopter mother and coming out of a four year marriage where her husband and his family humoured her without taking her seriously Conflict arises when Ginger bids for a contract on a property to drill for oil where she is up against gasp Rand's mother's wildcatting business and where Rand is on the review panel as the environmental impact specialistDespite the marriage of convenience trope not really working several other tropes that I dislike were uickly averted in the opening 20 pages which was uite refreshing Firstly no secret paternity Ginger goes straight to Rand with the truth Secondly he doesn't ask if the baby is actually is Thirdly when he wants Ginger to talk with him instead of huffing off it's a gentle touch to the shoulder not grabbing her by the arm or crowding in on herstanding over her In fact he was uite the gentleman Perhaps a bit too good to be true but that's why I read these things He's caring supportive and protectiveGinger on the other hand became somewhat exasperating Independence is good and all but when you're constantly bitching and moaning about people who are only trying to help you it moves uncomfortably close into the territory of simply being an ungrateful cow I understood that part of Ginger's journey was learning to be able to accept help but it sure stretched my patience every time she snapped at somebody trying to assist her Rand in particular Be nicer to your husband Ginger I also uestioned her business decisions She places everything on landing this particular contract in order to establish her business I'm no businesswoman but even I know that putting all your eggs into the one basket is a pretty effing daft thing to do Her business kind of deserved to failUltimately with Rand being so perfect the book struggled to find conflict to sustain itself across the entire length of the book and sometimes became uite dull Want to know the fine details of how Rand and Ginger unpack their wedding gifts and store them? Or the ins and outs of how they do their laundry which has built up to big proportions? Or learn about every meal they eat? You'll get that here It was all a bit zzzz And there is a lot of sex These guys are really going at it Maybe because they were as bored as I was at pointsBut Rand was a lovely gentlemanly hero to read about It was a good thing he found Ginger's hormonal hot mess ness such a turn on because I don't know how many others would put up with it And their declarations of love after the black moment were uite touching

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The Texas Wildcatters Baby McCabe Homecoming #4

Ildcatter sees their union as a nonnegotiable deal Doesn't she know they share than hot chemistry? How long can he keep his feelings and their baby a secret? Rand vowed to love and honor Ginger forever And it's a promise he intends to ke This fourth McCabe Homecoming story has fiercely independent heroine who is willing to make changes for a new life The interfering family is surprisingly non irritating and the hero is all a hero should be RT Book Reviews rated 4 starsMiniseries McCabe Homecoming Guide de la Zarzuela vowed to love and honor Ginger forever And it's a promise he intends to ke This fourth McCabe Homecoming story has fiercely independent heroine who is willing to make changes for a new life The interfering family is surprisingly non irritating and the hero is all a hero should be RT Book Reviews rated 4 starsMiniseries McCabe Homecoming

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S when it comes to the Texas land they both love Now that she's pregnant they have one option Rand isn't used to being proposed to by a woman especially one as gorgeous as Ginger but he's all for getting married Too bad the independent w In The Texas Wildcatter’s Baby by Cathy Gillen Thacker Ginger Rollins doesn’t want any commitment after her failed marriage But she keeps giving in to temptation having a long series of one night stands with Rand McCabe On their last debate they took things all the way to bed again only this time their one night stand had conseuences Rand wants Ginger but he first has to find a way to make her commit to him But after their last time together as always Ginger has been avoiding him at all costs So he is surprised when Ginger seeks him out Read More