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Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind of family life, but that doesn't stop them using the barn with the door to the fullest! But the lull comes before the storm. Riley and his new assistant travel Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind of family life, but that doesn't stop them using the barn with the door to the fullest! But the lull comes before the storm. Riley and his new assistant travel to Laredo, and across the border into Neuvo Laredo as part of an exploratory team and things very quickly go to hell. Riley is caught in some serious Cartel problems and suddenly everything Jack holds dear is threatened. Add in Vaughn and Darren's story, revisiting Robbie, Eli, Liam and Marcus, alongside Sean and Eden and the wedding that never was, and this story promises you everything you want from a Texas series book.


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Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind of family life, but that doesn't stop them using the barn with the door to the fullest! But the lull comes before the storm. Riley and his new assistant travel Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind of family life, but that doesn't stop them using the barn with the door to the fullest! But the lull comes before the storm. Riley and his new assistant travel to Laredo, and across the border into Neuvo Laredo as part of an exploratory team and things very quickly go to hell. Riley is caught in some serious Cartel problems and suddenly everything Jack holds dear is threatened. Add in Vaughn and Darren's story, revisiting Robbie, Eli, Liam and Marcus, alongside Sean and Eden and the wedding that never was, and this story promises you everything you want from a Texas series book.

30 review for Texas Fall

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jenni Lea

    le sigh Oh, wait. This is Texas. sigh, y'all I don't know what it is about this series that keeps me coming back for more. OK, that's a lie. I know exactly what it is. It's Riley and Jack. Seriously, one of my favorite couples. I love their love for each other. No matter what happens to them - and a lot happens - they are always there for each other. They are stuck together like glue, they have each other to fall back on, They are each others' rock... every cliche you can think of is Riley and Jack le sigh Oh, wait. This is Texas. sigh, y'all I don't know what it is about this series that keeps me coming back for more. OK, that's a lie. I know exactly what it is. It's Riley and Jack. Seriously, one of my favorite couples. I love their love for each other. No matter what happens to them - and a lot happens - they are always there for each other. They are stuck together like glue, they have each other to fall back on, They are each others' rock... every cliche you can think of is Riley and Jack in a nutshell. RJ Scott didn't disappoint in this latest chapter of the Drama That is Campbell-Hayes. Did you ever watch the night time soap Dallas? Or Dynasty? Knots Landing perhaps? That's pretty much how this series reads. I love it. I want more, please. I can never get enough of Riley and Jack. Or Jack and Riley. Or, as I like to think of them, Jiley. So... how long do I have to wait for the next book?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erth

    this is just flat out a great series, RJ Scott is very good at developing dreamy yet realistic characters, and tales you wish could be true. Texas Fall you draw the read in and is a great read all on it's own, as part of the series it is extraordinary. if you like to believe in the power of love, the hope of human perseverance, and hard work that pays off in the end, then you'll enjoy this story. Oh yea, sexy, hard working, thoughtful, cowboys are kind of great too. this is just flat out a great series, RJ Scott is very good at developing dreamy yet realistic characters, and tales you wish could be true. Texas Fall you draw the read in and is a great read all on it's own, as part of the series it is extraordinary. if you like to believe in the power of love, the hope of human perseverance, and hard work that pays off in the end, then you'll enjoy this story. Oh yea, sexy, hard working, thoughtful, cowboys are kind of great too.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    3.5 stars Go ahead...roll your eyes at me. Call me a sap. Tell me I'm a sucker for the happy cowboys. And I'd say...you're right. I am. And I always will be as long as RJ Scott is still writing about Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes. Let's just make this easy: if you're looking for a book that challenges, that is the most-original-story-ever, that blows your mind, that rips you apart...this book isn't it. None of the books in this series are. But, if you want a series about a cowboy, his billionaire 3.5 stars Go ahead...roll your eyes at me. Call me a sap. Tell me I'm a sucker for the happy cowboys. And I'd say...you're right. I am. And I always will be as long as RJ Scott is still writing about Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes. Let's just make this easy: if you're looking for a book that challenges, that is the most-original-story-ever, that blows your mind, that rips you apart...this book isn't it. None of the books in this series are. But, if you want a series about a cowboy, his billionaire enemy-to-lover-to-boyfriend-to-husband-to-forever-love...these are it. There's some drama. There's some smexy. There's LOTS of family. And there's a familiarity that I've grown to love. Now at book 6, Texas Fall is about the ongoing relationship between Jack & Riley...and their 4 kids...and their ranch o' gay cowboys...and their various dramas and adorations. But this book threw in a twist that I wasn't expecting...real danger. Danger both to the physical and danger to their relationship between the two. There's also some real emotion...throughout the book...with Liam's trial, with Riley's dangerous trip to Mexico, with the strain on their relationship, with the introduction of new characters...my heart was all over the place. But at the center of it all is this YOU'LL-NEVER-BREAK-US love between our MC's. And it gets stronger and stronger with each new book. And there's something really satisfying about taking the journey with them. So, yeah...I'm gonna keep reading. And I'm gonna be happy about it. And plus...little Max is my favorite and he's just learned how to ride a horse and I HAVE to find out what happens next for him! :) Recommended, obviously, for fans of the series. The series recommended for people who crave a little cowboy lovin' with a whole bunch of family time, both good and bad, scattered throughout!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    I love it when a series just keeps getting better and better and that is what's happening with these books. 'Texas Fall' is the sixth book in this series by the amazing RJ Scott and with each book I fall a little more in love with the characters. This one for me just had it all in the right doses. There was adventure, action love and passion, family, just a touch of everything in the right doses. My biggest worry was that this might be the closing chapter so before I wrote my review I had to scurr I love it when a series just keeps getting better and better and that is what's happening with these books. 'Texas Fall' is the sixth book in this series by the amazing RJ Scott and with each book I fall a little more in love with the characters. This one for me just had it all in the right doses. There was adventure, action love and passion, family, just a touch of everything in the right doses. My biggest worry was that this might be the closing chapter so before I wrote my review I had to scurry off to the author's website and check and Oh Happy Day!!! There's another book listed under her 'works in progress' I think my heart melted a little with joy. 'Texas Fall' is so fantastic and in some ways if the author had chosen to leave things here I'd be ok with that because everyone is in a good place, but given the choice 'Oh hell yeah! I want more!' and am thrilled to see that there will be. In 'Texas Fall' Jake nearly looses Riley and when the two men are reunited at one point Jake tells Riley that he was never alone he was surrounded by this big family that loved and cared and was there for him, but he felt like he had nothing because at the heart of it all for him was Riley. I loved Jake all the more for being the type of man who is able to put his feelings out there especially when the person that he loves above all else needs to hear those words. Riley's struggles so hard to come back from what happens to him in Mexico and be the man that his family and most of all Jake need but Jake is there for him unfailingly and in my mind this is what a good relationship should be. Two people working together at everything to create the life they want for themselves and each other. I think this is one of my favorite things about these books that they actually serve as a reminder that even if you have it all. The money, the career, influence, etc. keeping what matters the most the people you love and who love you takes work it's a conscious and ongoing effort. I find it hard to believe that the next book could possibly be better than this one but I have faith that Ms Scott will find a way to make that happen and I look forward to reading it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Woohoo back to its dramatic best So in this one we have plotting worthy of the best episodes of Dallasty as life catches up with Riley and Jack with potentially lethal consequences. On the ranch, things have been going steadily along,with only Liam's pending court case against the vile abuser who hurt him when he was just 16, to give anyone cause for concern. Max is happy in himself, Hayley is developing into a kind and loving, but strong willed teen, and the twins are cutting teeth and starting to Woohoo back to its dramatic best So in this one we have plotting worthy of the best episodes of Dallasty as life catches up with Riley and Jack with potentially lethal consequences. On the ranch, things have been going steadily along,with only Liam's pending court case against the vile abuser who hurt him when he was just 16, to give anyone cause for concern. Max is happy in himself, Hayley is developing into a kind and loving, but strong willed teen, and the twins are cutting teeth and starting to toddle about. But then, with a bang, comes a plot which would have had Alexis Carrington-Colby rubbing her hands together at the drama when Riley and his number two Tom are kidnapped by cartel in Mexico while on a fact finding missing. It's brilliantly wrapped up within a couple of chapters, no lingering for weeks here, and Jack has Riley back in his arms and dealing with the thought of almost losing his husband. Not surprisingly, Riley is also struggling and it was great plotting to have Eden's long term lover Sean be the one to finally provide the breakthrough he needed to start dealing with the kidnapping and his actions. We also get Vaughan back from book five. He moves to the Double D as ranch hand to help out with Jack's plans for the equine school and, thankfully, his lover Darren isn't too far behind him. I've loved that these books have expanded to bring in the extra couples and that we've continued to get glimpses into their lives and possible futures. And in this one, Eden finally gets her man as they hold their wedding at the ranch in the company of those who know and love them best. There's only one book left to go now, although there is a new spin off series I'm very much looking forward to, so I'm happy to leave Jack and Riley on the brink of some more stupendous sex!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nic

    I've always had a soft spot for Jack and Riley, and this series. It's pure escapism. I just pick up the book and get lost in the lives of these men and their families. Texas Fall has a strong story line for Jack and Riley, but also gives glimpses in to the lives of the other people in this extended family. There is drama and the ups and downs of everyday life. I like that the we see the every day happenings of the family. It's not all perfect and this lends a level of realism to the story. But the I've always had a soft spot for Jack and Riley, and this series. It's pure escapism. I just pick up the book and get lost in the lives of these men and their families. Texas Fall has a strong story line for Jack and Riley, but also gives glimpses in to the lives of the other people in this extended family. There is drama and the ups and downs of everyday life. I like that the we see the every day happenings of the family. It's not all perfect and this lends a level of realism to the story. But there are enough dramatic elements to keep the story barreling along. The other thing that appeals to me, is that these two strong family men, are still sexy as hell! I had a couple of favourite parts in this story. Firstly (minor spoiler ahead) I loved the way Max was included in Eden's wedding plan by having a Thomas (the tank engine) themed wedding cake. What a wonderful way to include a little boy who would be too afraid of the chaos of a wedding to be included any other way. Secondly, the gorgeous and funny romantic lines. "Jeez, Jack," he murmured. "And you're here in my heart." Jack nuzzled Riley's neck with his nose, then pressed a kiss to Riley's skin right at the pulse point in his throat. Then he said something hat was so Jack, so right, so perfect. "I think we need to fuck like rabbits before we turn into girls." Thanks for another great story, RJ. I received a copy of this book from the author with no expectations of a review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review. 5 stars Pardon my language, but this sh…, sorry, “stuff” could only happen to Jack, Riley, and their gang, and I say “keep it coming!” With the money and power held by Riley and Jack, trouble of epic proportions is bound to arise. What I have always noted since the beginning of the series is that money may have been a corruptor for Riley at first, but with the Campbell influence, Riley finds what he needs to become the man we have all grown to love. This story also bring new A Joyfully Jay review. 5 stars Pardon my language, but this sh…, sorry, “stuff” could only happen to Jack, Riley, and their gang, and I say “keep it coming!” With the money and power held by Riley and Jack, trouble of epic proportions is bound to arise. What I have always noted since the beginning of the series is that money may have been a corruptor for Riley at first, but with the Campbell influence, Riley finds what he needs to become the man we have all grown to love. This story also bring new and exciting dimensions to the D, now that Lexie and Connor are home and healthy, and with the introduction of Max, Riley and Jack’s newly adoptive son who happens to have traits of a child on the autistic spectrum. These additions and more feed our need to see the Campbell-Hayes clan grow, learn, and love. Being the sixth book in the series, Scott has maintained a solid setting for the Texas stories, especially the Double D from beginning to present day. That, and our knowledge of the secondary characters and the locales where the story takes place, is so deeply ingrained in us, the readers, that every time we open a book, it is like coming home. Read Jason’s review in its entirety here.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    I love Riley & Jack - Another great story ❥❥**´¨) ¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨) (¸.•´ (¸.•`*RC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club I love Riley & Jack - Another great story ❥❥**´¨) ¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨) (¸.•´ (¸.•`*RC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cory

    I've loved Jack and Riley from the very beginning. I would read 1000 more books about them and their family! I love how Jack and Riley are with each other. I love how they are with their kids. I love how they are with their friends. I just LOVE them (can you tell??). I've loved Jack and Riley from the very beginning. I would read 1000 more books about them and their family! I love how Jack and Riley are with each other. I love how they are with their kids. I love how they are with their friends. I just LOVE them (can you tell??).

  10. 5 out of 5

    Candice

    I have loved this series since the beginning and really enjoy that we get to keep seeing these guys as their lives and family grows. I like that there is little bits of drama/angst here and there, but it is not long and drawn out and makes for a very enjoyable read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    multitaskingmomma

    Original Blog Post: Book Blast, eARC Review, Excerpt & #Giveaway: Texas Fall (Texas #6) by RJ Scott My Rating: 4.5 Stars I just love anything Texas that involves the Campbells, the Hayes and their extended family. Let me just get that out of my system! The Campbell-Hayes family is facing another year and this time it is kind of busy. Not all good busy for there are times when it is hard to be with this family, but overall good. Now what is not good? Well, Liam has to go to trial and be witness. His Original Blog Post: Book Blast, eARC Review, Excerpt & #Giveaway: Texas Fall (Texas #6) by RJ Scott My Rating: 4.5 Stars I just love anything Texas that involves the Campbells, the Hayes and their extended family. Let me just get that out of my system! The Campbell-Hayes family is facing another year and this time it is kind of busy. Not all good busy for there are times when it is hard to be with this family, but overall good. Now what is not good? Well, Liam has to go to trial and be witness. His feelings of self-doubt and guilt are rising within him and it makes breathing difficult at times. He knows he has to do this, though, so he does do the expected. He does not like it, but he does. Thanks to his wonderful support group, he goes through the trial and comes out the winner for overcoming his fears. There is Vaughn. He is not in such a good place but at least he has Darren, who is also not in a good place. In this book, we see their struggles first hand and no longer wonder at the whys and the hows. They do the right thing and make sacrifices and come out bigger men in the end. Then there is Sean. His PTSD is on the mend, but he is far from cured. His sidestepping the wedding date issues in the past has come back to bite him and now is at his wit's end trying to convince Eden to finalize a date. Should he ask permission from Riley and will Riley grant it? Finally, Riley. Jack has to lengthen and stretch out his patience band for his husband who now needs him more than ever. Riley had gone through a horrible ordeal and now cannot seem to get over his fears and nightmares. He is unaccepting of his weakness and so only worsens his PTSD. This is where Sean's ordeal comes in that guides him to the right direction. Jack deals and he will continue to deal. He will deal until all ends for his love for his family is boundless. He finds himself the stronger man in this story but he is also the weakest. As for the rest of the family, Hayley has come to terms and is planning, the twins are causing havoc and Max finds himself one with the horses. No, not all is good but everything is better. This is the Campbell-Hayes family and it just keeps getting better and better!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    *sigh* Another book with Jack, Riley, and the family is just what I needed to top off my Thanksgiving. In Texas Fall, Jack is in the process of building a Equine Therapy school for special needs children, and Riley is about to travel across the border to Mexico to do some work for his company. The kids are growing and things seem to have settled down a bit. Then Jack leaves with Liam, Marcus, and Robbie to lend his support while Liam finally faces his past. But before Jack can return home, Riley *sigh* Another book with Jack, Riley, and the family is just what I needed to top off my Thanksgiving. In Texas Fall, Jack is in the process of building a Equine Therapy school for special needs children, and Riley is about to travel across the border to Mexico to do some work for his company. The kids are growing and things seem to have settled down a bit. Then Jack leaves with Liam, Marcus, and Robbie to lend his support while Liam finally faces his past. But before Jack can return home, Riley and his new assisstant head down to Neuvo Laredo, where things go horribly wrong and Riley's life is put in danger. I wish I could give you the exact reasons as to why I love this series so much. But, I can't. I just know each book gets better and better, and Texas Fall is right there at the top of my fave's list. I love Jack & Riley. I love the kids. I love each memeber of the family, and I love the friends, Jack & Riley have made throughout each book. What I really love is that when the book is complete, I feel good. These stories make me feel good. And that to me is what makes a truly great read. If you haven't read this series, I recommend that you start from the beginning (The Heart of Texas) and sit back and enjoy the ride that is The Campbell-Hayes family.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Natalia

    Re-read January 2020 _____________ Re-read November 2017

  14. 5 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    Another fun and exciting Texas book by RJ Scott – count me in! I thought I’d already read this one, so imagine my surprise, immediately followed by delight, when I discovered I had one more to go before the final volume, ‘Texas Wedding’. Jack and Riley are at their best, their family is growing, and if it weren’t for the dratted need to deal with business – oil for Riley and cowboy stuff for Jack – I am sure these two would have spent the entire book in the barn! Not that I would have minded… mu Another fun and exciting Texas book by RJ Scott – count me in! I thought I’d already read this one, so imagine my surprise, immediately followed by delight, when I discovered I had one more to go before the final volume, ‘Texas Wedding’. Jack and Riley are at their best, their family is growing, and if it weren’t for the dratted need to deal with business – oil for Riley and cowboy stuff for Jack – I am sure these two would have spent the entire book in the barn! Not that I would have minded… much. However, after the opening chapter they return to “real life” with their four kids, various family members, and assorted cowboy couples. Marcus and Liam are back, with Liam having to deal with being a witness in the court case against his abuser, and there is a new couple as well, Darren and Vaughn. Riley is deep into his oil consulting business, and is so busy he is forced to hire an assistant. He is hoping that will give him more time with Jack and the kids, but he has to travel to Mexico first on a project. When his life is threatened, Jack thinks the world has ended, but even once Riley is back, the problems are far from over. Their relationship is severely tested, and that added a lot of tension to this book. Jack’s focus on the equine therapy school, while a lot of work, provides a welcome and interesting counterpoint to all the heavy emotional issues around Riley. Eli and Robbie have become a solid couple, and Marcus beautifully supports Liam through the drama of the court case. I loved finding out more about Darren, the abuser’s brother and the man to help Liam run away. He is completely unlike his brother, and becomes a linchpin in making sure justice is done. His partner Vaughn is yet another hot cowboy, and I loved seeing these two come together despite their issues. What an exciting installment in the Campbell-Hayes saga! It is every bit as entertaining, suspenseful, and hot as previous books, and I enjoyed reading it immensely. If you like the Campbell-Hayes family and want to find out what's going on in their lives, if you enjoy the combination of a soap opera and an action/adventure, and if you're looking for a read that has family, new love, lots of heat and love between loving husbands, and the beautiful setting of a ranch in the heart of Texas, don’t miss this book. I'm already dreading reading the last installment as much as I am looking forward to it. NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bo

    Not What I Expected--Just Better Purchased this when it was published, in early 2015, immediately set aside the others I was reading, and then stopped after the second chapter. Too many characters I could not remember, too many incidents I could not recall, but the sex was hot as usual, so I thought I would let it cool for a while. Five months later I picked it up again and finished it without taking a deep breath. This is a perfect ending to a series which defies convention and definition. Despit Not What I Expected--Just Better Purchased this when it was published, in early 2015, immediately set aside the others I was reading, and then stopped after the second chapter. Too many characters I could not remember, too many incidents I could not recall, but the sex was hot as usual, so I thought I would let it cool for a while. Five months later I picked it up again and finished it without taking a deep breath. This is a perfect ending to a series which defies convention and definition. Despite what appears to be a huge hole in the plot (hint, location Mexico), author Scott sews that up pretty solidly by making this a psychological study of both Riley and Jack, actually fooling you along the way to concentrate on one or the other almost to the exclusion of the other. But then, pow!, she brings in another plot twist or character clarification and we are off again. This book is about family, and how two mid-30s husbands finally get their Daddy mojos going. Most beautifully handled is their relationship with their children, which will bring tears you didn't think you would need with this book, but they are there, just the same--especially with a little guy named Max. This is the end of the series, one would think, though there are potential spinoffs of other characters, I would suppose. But then, I would never have supposed that RJ Scott would have pulled this entire series off, and she does it with aplomb.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    I can’t believe how excited I was to see this title pop up on a coming soon list. I remember the first time I read The Heart of Texas way back when. I think I scoffed so many times it probably sounded like I was coughing up a hair ball, and I rolled my eyes so often it’s surprising I didn’t get dizzy and fall off the couch. I thought it was one of the most overly dramatic, unbelievable tales I had ever read and my freakin’ god, could it be anymore addictive? So here we are, six books later and R I can’t believe how excited I was to see this title pop up on a coming soon list. I remember the first time I read The Heart of Texas way back when. I think I scoffed so many times it probably sounded like I was coughing up a hair ball, and I rolled my eyes so often it’s surprising I didn’t get dizzy and fall off the couch. I thought it was one of the most overly dramatic, unbelievable tales I had ever read and my freakin’ god, could it be anymore addictive? So here we are, six books later and Riley and Jack are just as madly in love as they were in that first book. But if you’re thinking about starting your Texas series journey here, I’d recommend against it. While it would be possible to read this story as a stand alone and still enjoy it you would also be missing out on so much. By this point in the series there’s an assumption that you’re familiar with the Campbell-Hayes family tree and where all of their friends fit into their lives. So start at the beginning, you’ll thank me for it. My full review can be found at Love Bytes http://lovebytesreviews.com/2014/12/0...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mary Mary

    I guess it was supposed to be lovely, heart-warming and exciting (view spoiler)[ when it comes to kidnapping (hide spoiler)] . Unfortunately, it was nothing but extremely BORING for me. It felt like all they were doing was drinking coffee or looking after kids and tbh as much as I like they have a big family it is not what I am looking for in a book. The whole dangerous part here was fast and then there was crying and crying and then lots of sex and HOORAY everything's awesome. What is more (it I guess it was supposed to be lovely, heart-warming and exciting (view spoiler)[ when it comes to kidnapping (hide spoiler)] . Unfortunately, it was nothing but extremely BORING for me. It felt like all they were doing was drinking coffee or looking after kids and tbh as much as I like they have a big family it is not what I am looking for in a book. The whole dangerous part here was fast and then there was crying and crying and then lots of sex and HOORAY everything's awesome. What is more (it might be just me of course) but it really is getting a little bit ridiculous with all this gay guys living at the ranch. It seems like apart from Sean and Eden every single person there is homosexual! and there is more and more ppl. I am disapointed. Even if there is another book in this series (that used to be one of my favorites) I won't read it :(

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Another great installment in this series. I so look forward to catching up with Riley, Jack and their families. This book shows a settled couple trying to do their best for their relationship and children. It feels like the things that affect every day couples as they try to integrate their lives. It was great to catch up with Liam and see some closure for him. We also got some closure with Eden & Sean. I love that the author never has everything be perfect. Riley has some difficulties and Jack Another great installment in this series. I so look forward to catching up with Riley, Jack and their families. This book shows a settled couple trying to do their best for their relationship and children. It feels like the things that affect every day couples as they try to integrate their lives. It was great to catch up with Liam and see some closure for him. We also got some closure with Eden & Sean. I love that the author never has everything be perfect. Riley has some difficulties and Jack has to figure out how to help him. What a lovely story. I can't wait to read more about Jack and Riley and what comes next.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Calila

    Something was missing in this one for me. I didn't hate it, I just wasn't connected. I think I'm suffering from having such huge gaps between reading the books. Also, it's a bit too settled. Everyone is paired off. Everyone is in love. Everyone is happy. Yada yada yada. There is some minor angst, but it suffers from being so minor. I think Riley goes through something huge and it could've had bigger or more impact. Something was missing in this one for me. I didn't hate it, I just wasn't connected. I think I'm suffering from having such huge gaps between reading the books. Also, it's a bit too settled. Everyone is paired off. Everyone is in love. Everyone is happy. Yada yada yada. There is some minor angst, but it suffers from being so minor. I think Riley goes through something huge and it could've had bigger or more impact.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Suze

    Oh yes, another great Riley and Jack story. Whilst this would work as a standalone, to get the full benefit you do need to have come on the journey all the way with Riley and Jack. Yes, it is a bit of a rosy view but love them and their kids and their extended friends and family. There are some darker times but not too dark and resolved quite quickly, though Riley takes a long time to get to grips with his kidnapping. Had been looking forward to this and it didn't disappoint. Oh yes, another great Riley and Jack story. Whilst this would work as a standalone, to get the full benefit you do need to have come on the journey all the way with Riley and Jack. Yes, it is a bit of a rosy view but love them and their kids and their extended friends and family. There are some darker times but not too dark and resolved quite quickly, though Riley takes a long time to get to grips with his kidnapping. Had been looking forward to this and it didn't disappoint.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shelby P

    This book was coming along like the usual ones in the series until it lost me at . . . (view spoiler)[Riley's kidnapping. It became so clichéd. Jack and Riley want to save the entire world. I'm surprised they didn't offer the other three rape victims jobs on the ranch (hide spoiler)] I'm only continuing with this series because I've already spent money on these books but I hope this is the last one because unless it's Kindle Unlimited I won't be buying anymore. This book was coming along like the usual ones in the series until it lost me at . . . (view spoiler)[Riley's kidnapping. It became so clichéd. Jack and Riley want to save the entire world. I'm surprised they didn't offer the other three rape victims jobs on the ranch (hide spoiler)] I'm only continuing with this series because I've already spent money on these books but I hope this is the last one because unless it's Kindle Unlimited I won't be buying anymore.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dutchgirl

    I just love this serie. Can´t get enough of Riley and Jack and their family and friends. This serie is all about love and taking care of family and friends. Riley and Jack are the center of all this and boy are they hot together. I hope there will be another book in this serie.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Still enjoying this ever-growing Texas family. A few very, VERY tiny issues here and there. I'm reading the series as one long book and should have a review for the series as a whole after completion. Any help deciding which book, first or last, to write a review would be helpful... Still enjoying this ever-growing Texas family. A few very, VERY tiny issues here and there. I'm reading the series as one long book and should have a review for the series as a whole after completion. Any help deciding which book, first or last, to write a review would be helpful...

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mirjam

    “I realized just how much you are part of me. Despite the kids and siblings and friends, at the core of it is you and me.” Just when you think Riley & Jack have faced it all (forced marriage, family secrets revealed, becoming dads, opening their home helping other gays in Texas, becoming dads again going through surrogate and adoption) they have encounter another hurdle: kidnapping and dealing with the subsequent PTSD. Although the kidnapping was just a blip in the story, I was a bit stupefied “I realized just how much you are part of me. Despite the kids and siblings and friends, at the core of it is you and me.” Just when you think Riley & Jack have faced it all (forced marriage, family secrets revealed, becoming dads, opening their home helping other gays in Texas, becoming dads again going through surrogate and adoption) they have encounter another hurdle: kidnapping and dealing with the subsequent PTSD. Although the kidnapping was just a blip in the story, I was a bit stupefied about that. Because of the blurb I thought it would have been more and I still do not know how Riley was freed. The D is doing great and the guys are slowly getting back to daily life, enjoying and appreciating what they have become “Without you, I wouldn’t have anything.” He was being brutally honest. If anything, this last year, from the car accident to the kidnapping to Hayley and Logan, and Eden and Sean’s wedding, all the things that made his life what it was? Well, that was Riley. Part of the Texas Series that's best enjoyed when read in order:

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lily

    Audio Review 4.5* Life carries on at the Double D ranch and in the Campbell-Hayes household, and we are treated to plenty of glimpses of Max, Hayley and the twins in this instalment. In fact, there’s a lot going on in this story with many of the various storylines continuing. Plus there’s a touch of the soap opera style drama that featured earlier in the series. Liam has to build up the courage so he can take the stand in his upcoming court case against his former employer and abuser. It's great th Audio Review 4.5* Life carries on at the Double D ranch and in the Campbell-Hayes household, and we are treated to plenty of glimpses of Max, Hayley and the twins in this instalment. In fact, there’s a lot going on in this story with many of the various storylines continuing. Plus there’s a touch of the soap opera style drama that featured earlier in the series. Liam has to build up the courage so he can take the stand in his upcoming court case against his former employer and abuser. It's great that he has the support of Marcus and all the other guys on the ranch. Jack has his sights set on an equine therapy school and he wants to help the other lads in the abuse case.  Vaughan and Darren provide another love interest storyline as they sort out their relationship. Sean and Eden’s relationship also needs a helping hand from Riley and Jack. Issues at work cause tension and drama for Riley, and subsequently for Jack. Thankfully the danger is resolved swiftly, but the incident once again reminds us how much the guys are in love and can’t even contemplate a future without the other. Jack provides Riley with comfort and support when he returns home.  Jack and Riley remain a favourite couple of mine. It’s good to visit them and see them deal with relationship, family, and other issues. They come out stronger and more in love, if that’s possible, and their characters are more mature and considerate of others. Sean Crisden narrates this story and series so well. His voice is easy to listen to and his portrayal of each character—male and female—is superb and consistent. Review also posted on Gay Book Reviews: https://gaybook.reviews/2018/08/02/li...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Avid Reader

    Texas Fall (Texas #6) by R.J. Scott 4.5 stars M/M Romance Triggers: Court case about rape, kidnapping, PTSD I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads. I highly suggest that you read the previous books in this series, otherwise, you might not understand what's going on or who the characters are. This book has a lot of moving parts. I really liked that Liam was getting his day in court. Despite the apprehension surrounding this incident, Liam has truly found a place at Double D and whil Texas Fall (Texas #6) by R.J. Scott 4.5 stars M/M Romance Triggers: Court case about rape, kidnapping, PTSD I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads. I highly suggest that you read the previous books in this series, otherwise, you might not understand what's going on or who the characters are. This book has a lot of moving parts. I really liked that Liam was getting his day in court. Despite the apprehension surrounding this incident, Liam has truly found a place at Double D and while he might not understand what that means or all that it entails yet, he will. While he's dealing with the court case, he has to be away from his boyfriend, but Liam is surrounded by people who love him. Then, to top off the anxiety from the court case, Riley goes to Mexico with his new employee and the cartel gets ahold of them. This is a high pressure, anxious time in the book. Scott was able to do a very realistic situation and I really appreciated the details. I also really enjoyed how Scott was able to pull in a family member that Riley wasn't all too fond of to help with his situation. I thought that helped the overall family dynamic a lot. What was also realistic about the situation between Jack and Riley is that Jack simply won't give up. He loves Riley with everything he has and rather than shy away from emotion, Jack lays it all out there. It's up to Riley to believe what's being shown to him, but with Jack and Riley, you always know exactly where you stand. This was one of the better installments in the series and it really shows the reader how much love everyone at the Double D ranch has for each other.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ruthie Taylor

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the sixth book in this very sexy, and yet family focussed series. You most definitely should read them in order, to understand the journey travelled by all the couples, but by Jack and Riley in particular. They are the heart and soul of Texas. This is a book of contrasts. At the ranch the team is growing, and the new horse therapy centre is nearly ready to go. The Riley-Campbell children add a lovely dimension to ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the sixth book in this very sexy, and yet family focussed series. You most definitely should read them in order, to understand the journey travelled by all the couples, but by Jack and Riley in particular. They are the heart and soul of Texas. This is a book of contrasts. At the ranch the team is growing, and the new horse therapy centre is nearly ready to go. The Riley-Campbell children add a lovely dimension to the story, and make sure that the truly important things remain what motivates their Dads. It is therefore rather shocking when Riley finds misadventure when he travels to a dangerous oil site, even if he does takes security. I think we can safely say he is unlikely to repeat that mistake! We share the pain with Liam, as he goes to court to face his abuser, and gets to understand that true family are there to support him, not judge him. I was really happy that Eden finally got her man, and that Sean's new book helped Riley. It was really sad to see how the most stable relationship can be damaged by mental health issues, and only consistency and love help restore stability and romance to the men of the D. Looking forward to what comes next!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bronwyn

    I’m on the fence between 3.5 and 4 stars. Still not keen on new characters being given a handful of pages and not really a story. They don’t interest me and I pretty much skim them. The debacle with Riley in Nuevo Léon was just weird. Almost like it was thrown in there, but it felt incomplete. I love how Jack and Riley’s relationship continues to change and grow. They were tested in this one and it was refreshing to see how they dealt with conflict. We got to see more of Max! Big YAY for that!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alex Jane

    Fab Read the complete series in one go and loved them all. Well worth it. Very enjoyable and nicely written. Very easy to fall in love with all the characters x

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mollien Fote Osterman

    Title: Texas Fall Author: RJ Scott Series: Texas Series Book 6 Publisher: Love Lane Books Reviewer: Mollien Release Date: November 26, 2014 Genre(s): Gay Male Romance, Suspense, Cowboy Page Count: 258 pages Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5 Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Blurb: Book 6 in the Texas Series Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind Title: Texas Fall Author: RJ Scott Series: Texas Series Book 6 Publisher: Love Lane Books Reviewer: Mollien Release Date: November 26, 2014 Genre(s): Gay Male Romance, Suspense, Cowboy Page Count: 258 pages Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5 Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Blurb: Book 6 in the Texas Series Jack is focusing on building an equine therapy school for children with special needs and works hard along side his normal horse training and breeding program. He and Riley have settled into a softer, quieter, kind of family life, but that doesn't stop them using the barn with the door to the fullest! But the lull comes before the storm. Riley and his new assistant travel to Laredo, and across the border into Neuvo Laredo as part of an exploratory team and things very quickly go to hell. Riley is caught in some serious Cartel problems and suddenly everything Jack holds dear is threatened. Add in Vaughn and Darren's story, revisiting Robbie, Eli, Liam and Marcus, alongside Sean and Eden and the wedding that never was, and this story promises you everything you want from a Texas series book. Review: This has to be one of the most intense and nail biting books in this series. Riley has found himself in another life threatening situation, keeping me turning the pages needing to know how it turns out. The experience helps him bond better with his future brother-in-law. There is another new ranch hand to the DD. Through it all The love between Riley and Jack is better than ever. Plot Riley on a business visit to Mexico is kidnapped with his new assistant Tom. Vaughn is now working at the DD, but things are not finished between him and Darren. Although the sex has calmed down in this book because of Riley’s injuries and mental state after the kidnapping, the love and chemistry never diminishes. The pacing is full of action and this book is by far the most intense. With only one more book to go, the ending is bitter sweet. I am going to miss my cowboy and the oil guy. SCORES on a scale of 1-5 Stars rate each of the Following 5 Categories PLOT: 5 Stars CHEMISTRY: 5 Stars PACING: 5 Stars ENDING: 5 Stars CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: 5 Stars Review Copy of Texas Fall provided by the Love Lane Books for an honest Review. Reviewed by Mollien from Alpha Book Club  

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