Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Review: Texas Roads by Cathy Bryant

What I Thought:
This was one of those books that really paints a picture of small southern towns. Cathy has a wonderful writing style that really pulls you in and makes you feel at home in the story. It was certainly a touching story that contains a wonderful message. I give this one two thumbs up!
About The Book:
City gal Dani Davis just wants to find a place to call home. Miller's Creek, Texas, with its country charm and quirky citizens seems like the perfect place to start over. Perfect, that is, except for the cowboy who gives her a ride into town... Dani secretly finances renovations to downtown Miller's Creek, but malicious rumors force her to choose between keeping her involvement a secret and the home for which she's always longed. Then the discovery of an age-old secret propel her down a road she never expected to travel. Steve Miller is determined to save his dying hometown. When vandalism jeopardizes the Miller's Creek restoration project, he can't help but suspect Dani, whose strange behavior has become fodder for local gossips. Will Steve and Dani be able to call a truce for a higher cause, and in the process help Dani understand the true meaning of home?
You can find Cathy's blog here.
**review copy provided by author


  1. So glad you enjoyed TEXAS ROADS, Kris! Thanks for taking the time to read and review the book. It means a lot to me.

    Cathy =)

  2. Oh wow, this book seems right up my alley. I love the small town reads. Thanks for posting.