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The Bluest Eyes in Texas Bull rider Cooper Saunders has a shot at the PBR championship until a bull not only shatters his body and puts him in danger of never walking again, but it also tramples his spirit Cooper is ready to give up on life, not wanting to be a burden on others, until his neighbors in Morris Springs, Texas, show him how much he has to live forPhysical therapist Nancy Phillips is not about to let Cooper give up, not after she worked so hard to get him back in shape for the finals Now she must not only help him find the will to live, but also give him the motivation to get out of that wheelchair With the help of newly orphaned Becky McCallum and Nancy s friends in Morris Springs, Nancy shows Cooper how much he still has to offer, to his family, the community, and to her

About the Author: Tori Scott

Award winning author Tori Scott believes in love She met her husband, Tony, on her first day of college at the age of 17 and knew the moment she met him that he was the one she was supposed to marry She did, and they now live on 5 acres in the country with their dog Blue They have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren spread from Massachusetts to southern California.Tori has been writing for 10 years and has published one book through Red Sage Publishing, had a short story published in the Christmas issue of Woman s World in 2005, and has had several stories, essays, and poems published in anthologies and newspapers She s a former Golden Heart finalist in the prestigious RWA writing contest.

10 thoughts on “The Bluest Eyes in Texas

  1. Heather andrews Heather andrews says:

    Cooper that boy has a lot of attitude, how do you think I feel Like I got thrown from a fast moving train He looked her up and down Are you sure you re old enough to be doing this I mean Nancy that girl appreciates a good looking man but Cooper takes the cake, when he came out of the bathroom, Nancy waited to help him back into bed Her gaze

  2. Layla Darnell Layla Darnell says:

    Tori Scott does an amazing job telling this story Cooper Saunders pro Bull rider for years and has taken numerous beatings to his body Cooper is sent to his hometown of Morris Springs for rehab and recovery Nancy if you ve read the previous books moved to town a few years ago to be closer to her college friend She s looking for a change in occupatio

  3. Paula Paula says:

    The Bluest Eyes in Texas by Tori Scott is the third book to take place in Morris Springs, Texas I enjoyed it just as much as the first two books While again you are able to be kept up to date with the couples from the first two books, it is not necessary to have read them to enjoy this one This is the story of Nancy, a physical therapist, and Cooper, an inj

  4. Cindi Cindi says:

    This being the third book in the Lone Star Cowboys series author Tori Scott has written yet another winner I just fell right back into the world of Morris Springs as I read, It carries that same goodness quality, small community, good people, real life vibe Throughout the story so much happens and in turn the author takes us through all the emotional states good ba

  5. Jeanie Jackson Jeanie Jackson says:

    While this book would work for a standalone, the series is too good not to start at the beginning For fans of the series, it is Nancy s turn Right after Nancy decides to go into physical therapy, a local rodeo hero is seriously injured just before his last run at the National Rodeo finals Their developing relationship is the core of the story but as part of the Lone Star C

  6. Sandy Bartles Sandy Bartles says:

    Tori Scott has done it again I wanted to go to bed early to catch up on some sleep, but I just couldn t put this book down Cooper is injured while working the rodeo Nancy is the lucky physical therapist who gets to help put him back together so he can finish out his last year with the rodeo Bring in six year old Becky who lost her parents in the car accident that has put her in th

  7. Kristy Kristy says:

    4.5 starsThis is the third instalment of the Lone Star Cowboys series, and I think it s the best one so far I loved the characters and the story I ve liked Nancy since book 1, so I was so glad she got her own story This was a wonderfully told story and I really enjoyed it I can t wait for book 4

  8. Dorothy Crocker Dorothy Crocker says:

    As always Tori Scott puts you right into to her story This is the 3rd book in the Lone Star Cowboy series and can be read as a stand alone but I highly recommend reading the first two books also.

  9. Bette Hansen Bette Hansen says:

    Great story about a rodeo star and a physical therapist who struggle with serious injuries and come out whole Recommend highly.

  10. Linda Estes Linda Estes says:

    In this book Cooper is a bull rider who is injured during competition and he has three weeks for physical therapy before he competes again Nancy is assigned to work with him full time and get him in shape Cooper talks with is parents about retiring after the championship which he was close to winning During the championship he is injured again and comes close to dying Nancy stays with him in the hospital then be

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