Father’s Day Recommended Reads: Part 1

Following the success of our lists for Mother’s Day, the Tule editors have decided to bring you another two part series for Father’s Day!


Breaking Good by Madeline Ash
Book 4 of the Rags to Riches series
Review: “Wow! Breaking Good is just sooo good! This story definitely calls for tissues because it will tug at your heart strings. I want to read it all over again right now.” – Shelagh M., NetGalley

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Love in Dublin by Jennifer Gracen
Book 4 of The McKinnon Brothers series
Review: “I would have never thought I’d find a 40 year old single dad relatable, but I actually related more to Collin than Maggie. I really liked him as a character and was completely envious of Maggie’s job. This was a great slow burn romance and would be a perfect beach read.” – Kristy K., NetGalley

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Saving the Sheriff by Kadie Scott
Book 1 of The Hills of Texas series
Review: “The romantic energy between them was so strong you could almost feel it. The book had some very funny parts, but there were a few times it became so sad it brought tears to my eyes. Holly’s love for both Cash and his daughter Sophia was so strong, she was willing to walk away if that was what was best for them. It has a Happily Ever After ending, but the twist and turns it takes to get there makes this novel an exceptional good read.” – Sandra B., NetGalley

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Texas Lover by Katherine Garbera
Book 5 of The Brothers of Whiskey River series
Review: “Nick is easy to like and to feel empathy for. Reba, and the position she is in, you can’t help but feel for her as well. They have chemistry and a history and you just want to root for their relationship to work. I definitely recommend this book.” – S J., NetGalley

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The Tycoon’s Forced Bride by Jane Porter
Review: “The characters were complex and well-written. You’ll feel elated when you get to their HEA. The story makes you remember that sometimes, saying the words counts as well as showing in many different ways that you love and care.” – Kristine M., NetGalley

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