Monday, June 16, 2014
Review: Raina's Choice by:Gilbert Morris
About the Book:
When a mysterious stranger, Ty Kincaid, arrives in her town from Mexico, headed for Arkansas by way of the riverboats, Raina Vernay’s mind starts churning a plan to escape her brutal brother-in-law and locate the father she’s never know. Ty just might be her ticket to Indian Territory and freedom. . . . Then Ty lands himself in jail, and Raina has to wonder if this wanted man is any use to her. She needs a hero. Can she find him in Ty?
Western Justice Series:
Book 1 - Rosa's Land
Book 2 - Sabrina's Man - Available December 2013
Book 3 - Raina's Choice - Available June 2014
About the Author:
Gilbert Morris is among today's most popular Christian writers; his books having sold nearly six million copies worldwide. He specializes in historical fiction and won a 2001 Christy Award for the Civil War drama Edge of Honor. Once a pastor and English professor who earned a Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas, Morris lives with his wife in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
When her sister married a nasty excuse for a husband, Raina Vernay was left at the mercy of her brother-in-law. Raina had always loved the beautiful things in life such as nice flowers and pretty smelling perfume. But unfortunately it wasn't in the cards for her to have fancy things such as those. She was trapped at a dirty, smelly saloon with her vile brother-in-law and depressing sister, and a town full of drunkards.
Tyler Kincaid, a stranger, stumbles into the seemingly quiet town. Struggling from an illness and chronic cough, Tyler finds the old saloon---needing food and a place to stay. To his surprise a very pretty Cajun woman aides him and all he can think about is, why someone of her caliber would be in an old run down saloon like this one? As the two of them get closer and closer he learns of her need to escape this prison she finds herself in.
I will just have to say that I really liked the book and what happens to Ty in the end reminds me of exactly what my husband said upon the calling he received. It was a really fun book and I will enjoy seeing more from the author.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Fun.