I really enjoyed The Texan's Courtship Lessons more than I thought I would. That said, I was worried when I saw that it was the second book in a series, but the author did a good job of acknowledging a bit of what happened in the previous book with the previous couple, without being too confusing. In fact, it was very easy to read this book as a stand-alone.
Isabelle Bradley is not open to courting any of her older sister's former beaus. Amy Bradley has recently secretly eloped and now her suitors have turned their eye to Isabelle, but she is not interested in being someone's second choice. Rhett Granger's awkwardness around the female sex is a bit of a joke in town, but he finds that he is not the least bit tongue-tied around Isabelle. However, Isabelle is only able to offer friendship to Rhett. How is Rhett going to convince Isabelle that she's first in his heart, not a consolation prize?