Delores Fossen’s ‘Texas on My Mind’ Encourages Readers to Take a Chance on Love [REVIEW]
October 1, 2016 1 Comment
In Delores Fossen’s Texas on My Mind, an Air Force captain returns to the Texas town where he grew up only to be nursed back to health by an old friend. But will their mutual attraction result in lasting love or just another broken heart?
This gripping story about finding love in the wake of past choices introduces us to two characters who have known one another since childhood, Claire Davidson and Riley McCord. In high school, their love ignited only to be swiftly snuffed out when Claire chose to spend her life with Riley’s best friend instead.
Afterward, Riley enlists in the Air Force where he stays until he is promoted to the rank of captain, only to be sent home on medical leave when he injures his shoulder. His return to Spring Hill, however, turns the town and its women on their heads. But his homecoming also offers Claire and Riley a second chance. Should they resolve old wounds and build a life together or go their separate ways?
Fossen weaves an emotionally insightful story about redemption, hope, and the price of forgiveness. Yet she also proves just how rich our lives can be if we seize the moment and courageously take the chance to reach for the future we want. Romance readers who love heroic men in uniform and sexy cowboys from the Lone Star state will thoroughly enjoy Texas on My Mind.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Delores Fossen is the Rita Award-nominated author Texas on My Mind, What Happens on the Ranch, and the bestselling Appaloosa Pass Ranch series from Harlequin Intrigue. She is also the recipient of the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice and Booksellers Best Awards.
As a child she dreamed of becoming a Texas Ranger or FBI agent, but now creates fictional cowboy cops and law enforcement officers in her romantic suspense novels instead. Before writing full time, she also worked as an Air Force captain, a special education teacher and a rehab counselor.