Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Review: The Heart of Texas by R.J. Scott

The Heart of Texas (Texas, #1)Title: The Heart of Texas
Author: R.J. Scott
Genre: Same Sex Romantic Suspense
Part of a series: Yes, Texas #1
Length: 406 Pages.
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Release Date: 5 February 2011
This book is from: My own e-book collection
Riley Hayes, the playboy of the Hayes family, is a young man who seems to have it all: money, a career he loves, and his pick of beautiful women. His father, CEO of HayesOil, passes control of the corporation to his two sons; but a stipulation is attached to Riley's portion. Concerned about Riley's lack of maturity, his father requires that Riley 'marry and stay married for one year to someone he loves'. Angered by the requirement, Riley seeks a means of father's stipulation. Blackmailing Jack Campbell into marrying him "for love" suits Riley's purpose. There is no mention in his father's documents that the marriage had to be with a woman and Jack Campbell is the son of Riley Senior's arch rival. Win win.

My review

I wasn't sure of this book when I bought it, I read the blurb and thought 'no way' but you know what it worked!! Not only did it work but there was an absolutely first class story with a strong plot and really vibrant characters. The twists and turn and machinations of Riley's family were mind blowing.

This is basically a story of how looks and reputation can be deceiving. Nothing can be taken at face value in this book you get so much more then you bargained for and the OMG moments are many and will have you saying out loud 'you cannot be serious!!' and yes I did this out in public and got some very strange looks, but that is nothing new!!

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