April 24, 2017

Book Review: Texas Homecoming


Texas Homecoming, by Leigh Greenwood is an interesting historical romance set in the 1860s.

Cade Wheeler left home to serve with the army for three years, yet his team was betrayed by his fellow soldier and hometown neighbor, Laveau. Now, Cade and his remaining team are set on justice for those who died and revenge against Laveau. 

When returning home to the ranch, Cade is surprised to find his neighbor's sister, Pilar, living and working for his grandfather. While Cade and Pilar work together to rebuild and reclaim their families' ranches, they start to fall in love. However, Cade and the surviving team members are hiding their secret intent against her brother. As the story unfolds, Cade and Pilar are forced to deal with their family dynamics, ranch complications, and issues from the past affecting their future.

It's the first book in the Night Riders series, and this book ends without fully wrapping up the overarching story line. Each of the following books in this series focuses on the surviving Night Riders team, as well as their quest for revenge proceeding along with romance.

Texas Homecoming is geared towards those who enjoy reading historical romances with some intrigue interlaced into the story.


Note: I received this book from NetGalley, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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