Monday, November 26, 2012

A Texan's Choice Book Review

Thank you for stopping at my spot on Texan's Choice. This Virtual Book Tour is brought to you by Pump Up Your Books. I will provide you with a synopsis of the book, review, and a small bio from Shelley Gray. Visit the other blogs on this Book Tour to learn more about this book.

Book Description:

When notorious outlaw Scout Proffitt wins a rundown ranch in west Texas, he expects to find the home he’s never had. Instead, he finds a run-down shack, a barn in dire straits…and a lovely woman who’s in no hurry to give up her ranch.
When Scout discovers that Rosemarie has nowhere else to go, he   reluctantly allows her to stay with him for two weeks until she can find another home. But soon the locals get involved and insist they marry.
Determined to do at least one thing right in his life, he marries Rose. Then people from his past come back and give him an offer he can’t refuse. If things go well, he can make a fresh start. If not, he’ll be even worse off than before.
Which was something he never thought possible…


Shelley Gray’s first Amish novel, Hidden, was nominated for the Inspirational Readers Choice award. Her book Simple Gifts won the Reviewers Choice Award. Shelley’s novel, The Protector, recently made the New York Times bestseller list.  Her novels have won the prestigious HOLT Medallion Award, the Reviewers Choice Award, and been highlighted in the Philadelphia Enquirer, Time Magazine, and USA Today. She’s also been interviewed on NPR as well as numerous regional radio stations. In addition, her novels have made both the USA Today and New York Times Bestsellers lists.
Before writing romances, Shelley lived in Texas and Colorado, where she taught school and earned both her bachelor’s degree in English literature and elementary education and later obtained her master’s degrees in educational administration. She now lives in southern Ohio and writes full time.
Her latest book is the Christian historical fiction, A Texan’s Choice.
You can visit Shelley’s website at
Connect with Shelley: Facebook | Goodreads
Purchase A Texan’s Choice: Amazon | Barnes & | Abingdon Press

My Review:

A Texan's Choice is the third book in  the Heart of a Hero Series.  I think I would have liked to have read the two before this one. Not because I needed to read it, I would just have liked to. I though this was a good book and enjoyed reading it.

This story was about Scout Proffitt's.  Poor Rosemarie Cousins.  Her father dies, her Mom leaves and moves in with her oldest daughter, and Scout shows up and tells Rosemarie that the farm is his.  Her father had lost the farm in  game of cards.  Rosemarie is left homeless.  What does she do? Does Scout let her stay?  You will need to read the book to find out.

Stop by some of the other stops along the book tour and see how they liked A Texan's Choice.


Monday, November 5
Book Review at Splashes of Joy
Tuesday, November 6
Book Review & Book Giveaway at Colletta’s Kitchen Sink
Wednesday, November 7
Book Review at Legacy of a Writer
Thursday, November 8
Book Review at 4 the Love of Books
Friday, November 9
Book Review & Book Giveaway at Reviews From the Heart
Interview at 4 the Love of Books
Monday, November 12
Book Review at WV Stitcher
Tuesday, November 13
Book Review at The Book Connection
Wednesday, November 14
Book Review at Book Club Sisters
Thursday, November 15
Book Review at Everyday Is An Adventure
Book Review at  Mocha with Linda
Friday, November 16
Book Review at The Bunny’s Review
Monday, November 19
Book Review at Maureen’s Musings
Tuesday, November 20
Book Review at Cafe Lily Book Reviews
Wednesday, November 21
Thursday, November 22
Friday, November 23
Interview at The Writer’s Life
Monday, November 26
Book Review at Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
Tuesday, November 27
Read-A-Chapter at As the Pages Turn
Friday, November 30
Book Review & Book Giveaway at Christian Book Review Blog

I received a Copy of this book from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for the review, and the review is honest and my responsibility.     

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