Thursday, February 7, 2013

Book Review: My Little Texas Tornado

         Today's review is on My Little Texas Tornado by Ruby Vine

I could not put this book down, but I had to get some sleep. It was 11:00PM when I finally plugged my iPad in and hit the hay. Only to dream of these wonderful characters.

Californian Art student Savannah Moon has just inherited a vineyard in Texas so she heads over to get everything settled. While driving to the vineyard her rental car dies, but the main house is just up the road so she get's out of the car and begins walking. The next thing she knows, she's pushed to the ground by someone until a dangerous tornado passes.

After the handsome Cowboy rescues her, he drives her the the main house. Turns out he's her neighbor Colt Daniels. The attraction between the two is instant, but Savannah is engaged.

When her fiance' comes to the vineyard all hell seems to breaks loose. His insecurity and jealousy begin to tear their relationship apart. He sees how Colt and Savannah look at each other and he's not happy about it.

Vine's amazingly descriptive writing immediately pulled me into the lives of Savannah, Skip and Colt, making even my loins ache for a handsome Cowboy of my own.

Love, adultery, kidnappings, and tornado's. There's no shortage of excitement in this book. I look forward to reading more from this talented author.

4 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon

Book Description: via Amazon

Colt Daniels is a Texas rancher known for his award winning steaks. The king rancher has known his good neighbor and vintner, Mr. Moon for years. In fact, he recommends the Moon Wines as the ideal label paired with his mouth watering steaks. When Mr. Moon dies and leaves the vineyard to his long lost niece, Savannah Moon, Colt offers to show her the ropes since the California girl is clueless, not only about Texas but about wine. Even his Southern Charm is lost on the snob who doesn't even have the decency to thank him for saving her life her first day in town.

Thing is, he ain't cut out to train someone he can't stand, even if Mr. Moon was like a grandfather to him. But there's no denying it, the Moons know how to grow ' and women. Savannah isn't a woman he can easily forget. Bitchy or not, he finds reasons to teach her about grapes, among other things. And while he's finding reasons to stomp the grapes with his new neighbor, a plan is brewing to bring the wine heiress down.

About the Author:

Ruby Vines (AKA Alisha Paige) was born and raised in the South.

Her debut novel, Canyon Wolf Bride, published under the pen name, Alisha Paige, was awarded Reviewer Top Pick Award and nominated as best Ebook Paranormal Romance by Night Owl Romance Reviews for the 2007 Fall NOR Awards, and awarded Recommended Read by My Book Cravings Reviews.

Ruby loves to mingle real history and true life events within her romance novels and enjoys people watching and people listening when creating new characters and blending genres. She writes dark paranormal romance, fantasy romance, time travel romance and vintage romance under the pen name, Alisha Paige. All of contemporary romance titles are written under the pen name, Ruby Vines.

Ruby writes on her red porch while her kids play in the water sprinkler. She loves to read at the park, the beach in the summer, by the fire in the winter and in bed when it rains.

Her favorite things in life are the sound of her children laughing, her kitty cat curled at her feet, girls’ night out, hazelnut coffee, candle light, thunderstorms, good books, nostalgic music, dark chocolate and red wine.

You can visit her online at, tweet with her at @Alishawriter and email her at where she loves to answer every single email from her wonderful readers.



Twitter: @Alishawriter




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