Luke Chisum has spent a good chunk of his
life running from the past. Luke was adopted as a infant and
though his parents have always loved him it seems as though
his older brother hates the fact he is part of the family.
When he was a senior in high school, he dated Becky (Bec), the
sheriff’s daughter on a dare. The first date was a dare but
all the subsequent dates were because he fell in love with
her. The only problem was that he never told her about the
dare. When she found out, she refused to talk to him anymore
and started to date someone else. Luke was devastated and
joined the Army and left town.
Now sixteen years later, he is back.
He’s home to help out his mother after his father has a
stroke, and to work on the family farm. He has never gotten
Bec out of his system and would love to pick up with her. But
she is a divorced woman now and has a son in high school.
Bec is scared that Luke will learn her
secret. But a couple of shocking family revelations will stun
not only Luc but all in town. What will happen when Bec
reveals her secret on top of all of this? Will they all have
enough love to survive the issues?
In this final chapter with the friends of
River Bluff, we meet Bec and Luke who have quite the past
together. I enjoyed Texas Bluff, though I had
not read any of the other books in this series. I must say
Ms. Warren did a great job in throwing in a number of
unforeseen connections. I think that Ms. Warren has
definitely found the genre that she thrives in and adds a new
twist to a popular genre. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters
and wish there was another in the series to visit the area
again. If you enjoy Texas romances, you will like Texas