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USA TODAY bestselling author Sara Orwig returns to the Texas Cattleman's Club, where cowboys know best…  As a card-carrying member of the Texas Cattleman's Club, Sam Gordon is conservative to the core. Discovering Lila Hacket—the woman he'd shared a passionate night with—is carrying his baby? Heck yeah, he means to marry her! Never mind that marriage is not what she wants.  USA TODAY bestselling author Sara Orwig returns to the Texas Cattleman's Club, where cowboys know best…  As a card-carrying member of the Texas Cattleman's Club, Sam Gordon is conservative to the core. Discovering Lila Hacket—the woman he'd shared a passionate night with—is carrying his baby? Heck yeah, he means to marry her! Never mind that marriage is not what she wants.  With a budding career, Lila has no intention of changing her life to become Sam's idea of the perfect wife. So if he wants their baby to wear the Gordon name, he needs to change his ideas about what he really needs from Lila…and just what he's willing to give her in return.


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USA TODAY bestselling author Sara Orwig returns to the Texas Cattleman's Club, where cowboys know best…  As a card-carrying member of the Texas Cattleman's Club, Sam Gordon is conservative to the core. Discovering Lila Hacket—the woman he'd shared a passionate night with—is carrying his baby? Heck yeah, he means to marry her! Never mind that marriage is not what she wants.  USA TODAY bestselling author Sara Orwig returns to the Texas Cattleman's Club, where cowboys know best…  As a card-carrying member of the Texas Cattleman's Club, Sam Gordon is conservative to the core. Discovering Lila Hacket—the woman he'd shared a passionate night with—is carrying his baby? Heck yeah, he means to marry her! Never mind that marriage is not what she wants.  With a budding career, Lila has no intention of changing her life to become Sam's idea of the perfect wife. So if he wants their baby to wear the Gordon name, he needs to change his ideas about what he really needs from Lila…and just what he's willing to give her in return.

30 review for Deep in a Texan's Heart

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    I liked the idea of this, but the writing wasn't great and the dialogue was unnatural and unoriginal. It was also repetitive. (view spoiler)[I'm not sure how many times we need to be reminded that Sam is conservative and old-fashioned so he'll want to marry Lila, but it can never work, etc. I was really annoyed by the end. (hide spoiler)] It read a lot like a first draft. It also didn't seem like it belonged in the Desire series. Not my favorite. I liked the idea of this, but the writing wasn't great and the dialogue was unnatural and unoriginal. It was also repetitive. (view spoiler)[I'm not sure how many times we need to be reminded that Sam is conservative and old-fashioned so he'll want to marry Lila, but it can never work, etc. I was really annoyed by the end. (hide spoiler)] It read a lot like a first draft. It also didn't seem like it belonged in the Desire series. Not my favorite.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Lujano

    Protagonistas: Lila & Sam Profesiones: Asesora de Imagen & Constructor Pais: USA

  3. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This is a story of two stubborn people, neither of whom wants to give up on or compromise on what they want in life. Lila is a production designer for a movie company who is only back in her hometown because of a film she is working on. She is also pregnant with Sam's baby and isn't looking forward to telling him. They have opposite points of view on many things, especially the role of women. She knows that he will try to pressure her into marrying him and giving up her job and she isn't willing This is a story of two stubborn people, neither of whom wants to give up on or compromise on what they want in life. Lila is a production designer for a movie company who is only back in her hometown because of a film she is working on. She is also pregnant with Sam's baby and isn't looking forward to telling him. They have opposite points of view on many things, especially the role of women. She knows that he will try to pressure her into marrying him and giving up her job and she isn't willing to do that. I had mixed feelings about her. I liked the way that she went after the job she wanted and was independent enough to do it. She was confident in her ability to be a single parent while doing the job she loved. I had a hard time with her constant waffling around Sam. She knew he was a chauvinist who didn't believe in women working after they were married. He had been adamantly against women being admitted to the TCC and against the building of the childcare center. But every time he asked her out and basically steamrollered her into agreeing, she caved in. She was sure that she was falling in love with him but that there would only be heartache because they were too different. She wouldn't accept his idea that they marry for the baby's sake because she refused to marry without love. She also wasn't sure that even love would be enough to counteract such different views. Sam was definitely an old fashioned kind of guy. He had thoroughly enjoyed his one night with Lila and wanted more. When she refused to take his phone calls he tried to move on but he couldn't forget her. When she returned to town, he tried again. He kept pursuing her, even when she told him no. He saw that she was still attracted and figured that was enough to ignore what she said. He kept trying to figure out why she said no, even though she explained that she didn't agree with his viewpoints and that she saw no future for them. When he discovered she was pregnant he was even more determined to get his way, but he tried to appear reasonable to get her to go along with him. When he finally understood what her job meant to her he backed off and tried to accept that it wouldn't happen, but suddenly realized that the reason he hadn't been able to forget her was that he did love her. That got him thinking about her accusations and wondering if he could change enough to give them a chance. As much as he really irritated me through most of the book, I thought he ended up making far more of a change than she did. There was a little bit of new information on the missing TCC member, and acknowledgement that people are getting nervous the longer he is missing. There was also some vandalism at the childcare center that hasn't been resolved. I have a feeling I know who did it, but I guess it will be a later book before we find out.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris Mead

    Deep in a Texan’s Heart - 3.5 stars Deep in a Texan’s Heart is the latest installment in The Texas Cattleman’s Club series. Sara Orwig has penned a satisfying and tender romance. Fans of this series will want to add this one to their collection. Lila Hacket has come home to Royal, Texas for a visit with her family. The person that she least wants to run into is Sam Gordon. The last time that she saw Sam, they had a one-night-stand that resulted in Lila becoming pregnant. She intends to tell Sam ab Deep in a Texan’s Heart - 3.5 stars Deep in a Texan’s Heart is the latest installment in The Texas Cattleman’s Club series. Sara Orwig has penned a satisfying and tender romance. Fans of this series will want to add this one to their collection. Lila Hacket has come home to Royal, Texas for a visit with her family. The person that she least wants to run into is Sam Gordon. The last time that she saw Sam, they had a one-night-stand that resulted in Lila becoming pregnant. She intends to tell Sam about the pregnancy, but she knows that he will insist on marrying her and marriage is the last thing that Lila wants. http://wp.me/p2F7IH-33A

  5. 4 out of 5

    Audrey Lei Lacambra

    This is the third book or I rather say 2nd book of the Missing Mogul series of Texas Cattleman's Club. I kinda have a mixed emotion about this book and this is the first time I read of Sara Orwig's. I like the plot it just that I hate Lila so much. She's really annoying in the whole book. I get it she's independent, she has a great career back in California. But Sam was the father of her child. Yes, he's a chauvinist, old fashioned guy from her hometown but his reaction regarding to their unborn This is the third book or I rather say 2nd book of the Missing Mogul series of Texas Cattleman's Club. I kinda have a mixed emotion about this book and this is the first time I read of Sara Orwig's. I like the plot it just that I hate Lila so much. She's really annoying in the whole book. I get it she's independent, she has a great career back in California. But Sam was the father of her child. Yes, he's a chauvinist, old fashioned guy from her hometown but his reaction regarding to their unborn child is different. He's happy about it. His action towards to Lila and to their unborn child is different from Lila's expectation. Just because his views are different to Lila's she's being so stubborn like being a single mom, she's independent and most of all her life is in CALIFORNIA! It really irritates me. Lila's attitude towards to Sam really irritates me and that's the downfall of this book. I rate it. 2.5 out of 5 stars. It should be two but Sam and the other characters save this book from the disaster.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gaylina

    I felt this book was slow. Most of the author’s agenda with Lila, the main character was to continuously tell the reader that she was an independent woman who would not give up her career or her home in California to be married to the baby’s father even though she was in love with him because he was old fashioned and they didn’t share the same ideas about the women’s roll in the home. I thought Lila was selfish and didn’t have the word “compromise” in her vocabulary. This book is not my cup of t I felt this book was slow. Most of the author’s agenda with Lila, the main character was to continuously tell the reader that she was an independent woman who would not give up her career or her home in California to be married to the baby’s father even though she was in love with him because he was old fashioned and they didn’t share the same ideas about the women’s roll in the home. I thought Lila was selfish and didn’t have the word “compromise” in her vocabulary. This book is not my cup of tea. I loved the main male character Sam. The author was creative in being able to have the selfish Lila get everything she wanted so she would be happy thanks to Sam. I know a lot of powerful women in high paying jobs that manage very well to make marriage and careers work.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    So very mechanical...everything explained painfully. Not to diss old Nancy Drew’s, but that kind of monotone writing. Suitable for Nancy, not so much a harlequin romance!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tilda

    2,5 stars. Finishing book 3, my main comment is "Was this series really necessary?" I don't think so. In all 3 books I've read, there is no inspiration and just a touch of action. All I keep seeing in these books is the drawbacks of living in a small provincial town where everybody knows each other, get in each other's way and they are altogether stuck in tradition (I loathe it). Summarilly, the series is the epitome of boredom and lives spent in misery. Excuse me for preferring to live in a big cit 2,5 stars. Finishing book 3, my main comment is "Was this series really necessary?" I don't think so. In all 3 books I've read, there is no inspiration and just a touch of action. All I keep seeing in these books is the drawbacks of living in a small provincial town where everybody knows each other, get in each other's way and they are altogether stuck in tradition (I loathe it). Summarilly, the series is the epitome of boredom and lives spent in misery. Excuse me for preferring to live in a big city and feeling like I can't breathe in towns and villages. I get bored to death in such places. I'm almost certain that I'll put the rest of these books on "ignore" and stop paying the authors for writing this kind of crap.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Toniette

    Lila got on my nerves in this book. She pregnant but she being stubborn wanting to live in California for a job keeping her child away from family and especially the father just to satisfy her own pride. Yes, I understand she liked the job but she making it harder on herself and the child by choosing to be a single parent. Sam even went as far as being willing to move to California....REALLY!?! The only thing that came of this book was 4 questions: What has happened to Alex? Who hid his truck? W Lila got on my nerves in this book. She pregnant but she being stubborn wanting to live in California for a job keeping her child away from family and especially the father just to satisfy her own pride. Yes, I understand she liked the job but she making it harder on herself and the child by choosing to be a single parent. Sam even went as far as being willing to move to California....REALLY!?! The only thing that came of this book was 4 questions: What has happened to Alex? Who hid his truck? Why? and Who tried to sabotage the TCC childcare center?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tawnya

    I am usually a fan of Sara Orwig's books, however I had to struggle to finish Deep in a Texan's Heart. There were a ton too many "darlin's" for my taste and the dialog seemed to be on the cheesy side. I am usually a fan of Sara Orwig's books, however I had to struggle to finish Deep in a Texan's Heart. There were a ton too many "darlin's" for my taste and the dialog seemed to be on the cheesy side.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    I enjoyed the book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    This was such a fun one! I loved the characters and was swept up, read in one sitting! Love it!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ada

    Seguimos con el misterio y con estos romances tan clichés pero tan lindos...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anyela

    3.5 stars

  15. 4 out of 5

    Krita

    I really didn't like this book. It really didn't have much emotion until the last few pages when a little bit of emotion crept in. I really didn't like this book. It really didn't have much emotion until the last few pages when a little bit of emotion crept in.

  16. 5 out of 5

    karen

    Lila was too stubborn for me.. She needed to give more about het career

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jody Sanderson

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kate

  19. 5 out of 5

    CedarMoon

  20. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

  21. 5 out of 5

    lisa kincaid

  22. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Wix

  23. 4 out of 5

    Izaskun

  24. 4 out of 5

    Judy long

  25. 4 out of 5

    Martha

  26. 4 out of 5

    Liz

  27. 4 out of 5

    Betty

  28. 5 out of 5

    Inês

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Hubi

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