Paula Wall


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Paula Wall's favorite authors on Smashwords

Alan Melton
Latest book: The Green Parrots.
Published May 18, 2012.
Ann Bruce
Latest book: Once a Thief.
Published January 9, 2020.
Barbara McMahon
Latest book: Rocky Point Dawn.
Published March 24, 2020.
Bonnie Vanak
Latest book: The Mating Hunt.
Published August 10, 2013. (5.00 from 1 review)
Cheryl Bolen
Latest book: Duchess by Mistake.
Published April 7, 2015.
Claudy Conn
Latest book: Can't Stop-Needing.
Pre-release—available July 10, 2020.
Judith Arnold
Latest book: Daddy's Girl.
Published May 30, 2016.
Kate Douglas
Latest book: Dark Captive.
Published May 15, 2018.
Kathi S Barton
Latest book: Houston.
Published May 18, 2020.
Lori Brighton
Latest book: The Chosen Ones.
Published August 29, 2014. (4.67 from 3 reviews)
Nancy Warren
Latest book: Kiss a Girl in the Rain.
Published September 8, 2014. (5.00 from 5 reviews)
Nina Bangs
Latest book: An Original Sin.
Published March 19, 2014.
Susan Squires
Latest book: The Mists of Time.
Published November 20, 2016.
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Smashwords book reviews by Paula Wall

  • Blame it on Texas on July 05, 2013

    Blame it on Texas is the first book I have read by Tori Scott. As soon as I finished this one I bought the second and third in the series. They are a little addictive (Okay, maybe a lot). No saving the world or stopping evil governments, just a well written story about an everyday life of everyday heroes in the small town of Morris Springs, Texas. Of course these people have everyday real problems too, problems that I could relate too. The characters were written so that I found them likable and to be the kind of people you would want as your friend. So early in the book, I came to care about Logan, his daughter, Katie and his love interest Megan, a friend of his sister’s; wanting all to work out for them. It was warm, romantic and sad in parts just like real life. And just like real life it was a great reminder not to let the past stop you from enjoying the present. A wonderful beginning to the series.
  • The Bluest Eyes in Texas on Sep. 23, 2013

    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 injured bull rider. Living in a small town myself, I found it to be a realistic portrayal of how small rural communities can look out and help one another. The development of the relationship between Nancy and Cooper is just wonderful written, from her hesitation to his need to prove to himself that “he’s still a man”. The romance element was right on the money for me, as well as seeing how the characters overcame the obstacles that life had thrown their way. When a child is included who needs Nancy’s help and love too, you have one fabulous read.