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Loved Ty! What a wonderful character to show redemption! The realism of the harshness in his life kept me glued to the plot! And allowing his faults, such as prison and the unmarried pregnancy, to be a part of this story made Ty's change so much more heartfelt! Thank you for being real, Gilbert Morris!
(Rhonda Howard Educator, Early ISD 2014-06-23)

Book Description

When Ty Kincaid arrives in her town from Mexico, headed for Arkansas by way of the riverboats, Raina Vernay’s mind starts churning a plan to escape her brutal brother-in-law. But then Ty lands himself in jail. Could this wanted man be of any use to her? And yet, what other choice does she have?




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Product Details

  • Series: Western Justice (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Shiloh Run Press; Gld edition (June 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1616267607
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616267605
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,820 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Gilbert Morris is among today's most popular Christian writers; his books having sold nearly six million copies worldwide. He specializes in historical fiction and won a 2001 Christy Award for the Civil War drama Edge of Honor. Once a pastor and English professor who earned a Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas, Morris lives with his wife in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Debora Wilder on July 24, 2014
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This is book three in a series but you don't have to read the earlier books first. The only connection between them is Judge Parker and his marshals trying to keep law and order.

Life is all about making choices. So is this book. The title is "Raina's Choice" yet all the way through the book Raina (and a few other characters) have multiple choices to make. A lot of these choices can have a huge impact on the rest of their lives. I really loved the way that Gilbert Morris intertwined the characters lives as they were each processing the decisions that they had to make. There were a couple of characters that had strong relationships with God when they first showed up and they were trying to help the others with their decisions by pointing them to God for help. It was very encouraging and uplifting.

The characters were easy to connect with and I found myself trying to help a lot of them sort things out and make the right choices. I love reading a book where I can feel for multiple characters.

The plot was wonderfully developed and presented. It held my attention throughout the book.

I received a free copy of this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.
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Gilbert Morris is one of those authors you expect to be around forever. You grew up reading his books and yet he still has new books coming out. And his newest one, Raina's Choice, is the third book in the Western Justice series and while I have read some of his newer ones, this one I think was really good.

The book opens with two men in a Mexican prison. They haven't done anything wrong, but got stuck in the wrong place during a revolution. One of them expects to die, while the other is hanging onto the assurance that God is in control and will get them out. Ty Kincaid is the one who is just waiting to die. He is ill and the Mexicans don't care, they just work the prisoners until they give out and then bury them. But his friend Jim has bribed the guards to help them escape. Which happens but at the expense of Jim's life.

Raina is the heroine. Strong and yet vulnerable she is constantly fighting off her brother-in-law. He is such a jerk and I really wanted to slap him. Raina has tried running away from him once already but the sheriff caught her and brought her back. She is forced to help wait on tables at the saloon when a young man wanders in who is different from the rest. Yep, you guessed it:) Ty is the man who is polite and kind to her. But he also gets put in jail when the corrupt sheriff arrests him. So Raina boldly offers to help him break out of jail if he will help her escape her brother-in-law.

The storyline is really good and I loved how the escape and romance isn't the whole book. We see Raina as she searches for her father along with a lot of history. That is one of my favorite parts of Gilbert Morris books is the historical figures we get to meet. Love the western theme! Another excellent book from Gilbert Morris!

I received a copy of this book for review purposes. All thoughts are 100% mine.
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Raina's Choice is a simple tale of two people caught up in circumstances outside their control. Both were seeking freedom from drudgery and imprisonment. Both found each other and sensed a rescuer in the rough, a potential savior of sorts. Both leaned on each other in their direst moments and in turn found a friend. Both searched for more out of life and eventually found purpose.

Tyler Kincaid was a rough and tumble man, a drifter who worked where he could to survive. He ended up working on the railroad in Mexico where he eventually got caught between two sides in a revolution. He was thrown in prison, along with his friend, Jim, and left to work in the mines until their death. Being a gringo did not stand in their favor. But his resourceful friend arranged escape for the two of them. Jim gave his life so that Ty would find his freedom, something Tyler never forgot. Ty eventually arrived in Texas and worked several jobs to earn his passage further to the northwest. He was unaware, however, that the Mexican government had put out a notice of arrest and reward on posters.

Raina Vernay grew up in the Silver Dollar Saloon, La Tete, Louisiana, that her mother owned. When her mother passed on, she left ownership of the saloon to both her daughters. Raina's sister Roxie married a hard man whose only interest was to get his hands on the business. He made life miserable for both women, especially for Raina, who had grown to become a beauty. Her brother-in-law made it clear, as Raina approached adulthood, that he wanted her. She was desperate to get away, but had already been caught once trying to flee. So she waited for an opportunity to escape.
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Raina's Choice, Western Justice book 3 by Gilbert Morris****

18 year old Raina Vernay works in a seedy saloon in Louisiana, the saloon she and her sister, Roxie inherited when their mother died. Not much of a home, but it is the only one she has. To make matters worse, Billard, Roxie's husband, watches Raina with an evil look in his eyes. He is evil and has made inappropriate advances toward her before. Now he wants her to wait on tables instead of cooking. Desperately Raina tries to come up with a plan of escape before it is too late. Who can she trust to help her?

A stranger wonders into the saloon for something to eat. Tyler Kincaid is passing through on his way to Ft. Smith and Judge Parker. However, there is a wanted poster on him and the local sheriff arrests him and puts him in jail. Now he may be facing going back to the Mexican jail he escaped from and certain death.

Raina devices a plan to break Tyler out of jail if he will take her with him to Ft. Smith—the last known place her father had written from so many years ago—with hopes in finding him. Raina plans succeed but not without challenges along the long way to Ft. Smith. Once in Ft. Smith they part company and go their separate ways. Raina finds work in the Bed and Breakfast she is staying at and begins her search in finding her father by showing the only picture she has of him to everyone she meets. No one has seen him, but Raina does not give up. Tyler finds work as well but finds working as one of the Judges deputies is not how he envisioned it.

Will Raina find her father and when she does will he want her as much as she wants her father's love? What of Tyler, is working as a deputy for the Judge really what he wants out of life? Is there something else for him?
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