A Texan’s Promise by Shelley Gray

I almost feel as though I can’t give an honest review of this book. It’s not the type of book I usually read. I’m not a Christian, and while religion in books doesn’t usually bother me, the several references to the Lord and the Bible occasionally got in the way of my enjoyment.

That being said, it was a good book. The storyline was good and well thought out. It was easy to follow the shifts in point of views, and I did enjoy the characters. Corrine was one of my favorites and I almost enjoyed her and her husband more than Clayton and Vanessa.

This was a good book once I could look past the religious aspects of it, but I don’t think I’ll be reading anything like it soon.