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Texas Rain


The first time Rainey Adams meets Texas ranger Travis McMurray, she steals a kiss and then his horse. Now Travis is determined to track down this ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000

Great Start to a Great Series

by jjares on Nov 3, 2013

This story takes place prior to the Civil War (1854) in Texas. Whispering Mountain Ranch has 3 sons, a daughter and a housekeeper. Eldest brother Travis McMurray is a Texas Ranger and has been away from home for about 2 years and he?s on his way home. Travis meets a woman, who brazenly kisses him at a barn dance. Rainey Adams is running away from her father ? and a marriage she doesn?t want. Meeting Travis at a local barn dance, she steals one of his horses, to continue her journey away from her hated father. Rainey writes a letter to Travis, telling him how sorry she was for stealing his horse. In the meantime, Travis was severely injured while helping some immigrants travel over a dangerous area of Texas. Rainey?s letters help him tolerate the months of recuperation on the ranch. Rainey and Travis learn much about each other through their letters; love starts to grow between them. In one of their letters, Travis realizes Rainey is in danger and goes to Austin ? even though he isn?t really well enough to travel. Travis has been a Ranger for about 10 years and has many enemies to show for his efforts. Some of the worst of those enemies come to call. There?s lots of action in this tale and the pacing is excellent. Both main characters are likeable and engaging. 4 stars.

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