Book Review: The Miracle Groom by Lucy McConnell

Title: The Miracle Groom

Author: Lucy McConnell

Series: Texas Titan Romances (Stands Alone)

Published: January 4, 2018

Page Length: 176 Pages


Book Summary:

Teo Parata, offensive tackle for the Texas Titans believes in miracles. He sees them every day when he looks into his son’s trusting eyes. Meeting Intern Oakley Bell at the Tiny Titan’s Football Camp was another miracle—at least he though so, until she chewed him out for being irresponsible and rude and demanding. She may have also mentioned something about an “egotistical diva football player” but he’s trying to forget that part of the conversation. When he offers to take her to dinner to make up for his mistake, she accuses him of hitting on her and storms off.

Wanting only the best for his son, Teo swallows his pride and begs Oakley to be his nanny. To his relief, she accepts the job on a temporary basis. Teo has two months to convince her to stick around. When he finds out there’s more to this woman than ocean blue eyes and a way with kids, his heart begins to truly beat for the first time since his wife passed away.

Teo puts himself on the line in every football game, taking hit after hit and giving right back, but putting his heart on the line will take more than all his muscles and determination combined—it will take a miracle.


I love Lucy McConnell’s books! I read over a dozen of them and never been let down.

The Miracle Groom was a great addition to the Texas Titan Romance series. This series is set in the same world as the Last Play Romances and the Bachelor Billionaire Romances. I’ve read most (maybe even all) of the books in both those series so it’s fun to find the occasional reference to characters from those series. This does stand alone so if you have never read any of those books you can start here without being left in the dark.

This is a light easy-to-read story that left me smiling. A great happily ever after clean romance. Teo’s lack of ego and love for his son Akoni makes him a very charming hero. The characters have great chemistry and I appreciated how this focused on the importance of children and family.

Rating: 4 Stars – Great Book!

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Content: Clean

2018: #14

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