Review: The Bluebonnet Bride by Pamela Tracy

The Bluebonnet BrideThe Bluebonnet Bride was such fun to read. It is the first in an inspirational novella series. Although it is a novella and as such is a bit shorter than a full-length novel, the author did a great job of creating fully developed characters and a story line that kept me reading and enjoying right to the end.

I really liked Amy and Daniel. They both had such depth. Daniel was an all around great guy who really stepped up when needed and was willing to put others before himself. Amy had a very hard life growing up. She was slow to trust others and definitely has had bad experiences concerning God. I’m hoping that in future stories we will be able to see Amy someday trust her life to Christ.

The Bluebonnet Bride was a sweet, enjoyable romance and I’m looking forward to the other books in the series.

(4.5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


The Bluebonnet BrideUSA TODAY bestselling author Pamela Tracy introduces the Lone Star Brides series with a charming story of unexpected love…

Amy has never had a home. Will she find one in the arms of a cowboy?

This is Daniel Starr’s year. He’s moving up the rankings on the bull-riding circuit and is determined to catch his twin brother. Nothing is going to stop him. Well, almost nothing. When his beloved grandmother falls and needs a caretaker, Daniel finds himself on the road back to Pecan, Texas, rather than making the next rodeo. Why did this happen now? And why, when he’s jeopardizing his career to come home, does Miss Bossypants Amy Benjamin think he’s not doing enough?

Amy knows all about the swashbuckling Starr Brothers, but anyone who turns his back on her beloved Pecan–and on his own grandmother–doesn’t deserve admiration. If Amy had been lucky enough to have family like Grandma Starr, her life would have been so different! Well, she’s going to make sure Daniel does his duty. But the longer he stays in Pecan, the harder it’ll be to see him go…

Don’t miss books 2 & 3 in the Lone Star Brides series:
The Bull Rider’s Bride (May 2016) and The Butterfly Bride (June 2016)


Pamela Tracy

Pamela Tracy is an award-winning author who lives with her husband (He claims to be the inspiration for most of her heroes) and son (He claims to be the interference for most of her writing time.) She was raised in Omaha, Nebraska, and started writing at a very young age (a series of romances, all with David Cassidy as the hero. Sometimes Bobby Sherman would interfere). Then, while earning a BA in Journalism at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, she picked up the pen again only this time, it was an electric typewriter on which she wrote a very bad science fiction novel.)  First published in 1999 by Barbour Publishing, She has since published more than twenty books and sold more than a million copies.  She’s written contemporary, historical and suspenseful – all in the romance genre.  Her 2007 suspense Pursuit of Justice was a Rita finalist.  Her 2009 suspense Broken Lullaby won the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Book of the year award.

Connect with Pamela: website, Goodreads, and Twitter.

Purchase a copy here.


About Brittany

I am a homeschooling mother of four children. I am an avid reader and have been for as long as I can remember. I truly enjoy reading and reviewing books I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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