Review & Giveaway: The Texan's Secret Son by Kit Hawthorn


Can she forgive…

The man who walked away?

Eight years ago, Marcos Ramirez met and married Nina Walker in the space of a day. The next morning, a family tragedy had him hightailing it back to his family’s Texas ranch. After annulling the marriage and redeploying with the marines, Marcos never thought he’d see Nina again. But now she’s moved to his hometown, with a secret that will change this rancher’s life forever…
So this is the first time I've read this author and I didn't realize that it was not the first book in the series. I hate when I do that but once I agreed to it I went in with both hands. 

Whenever I read a new author I always try to go in with an open mind. I know that I might need to get into their writing style and that it might now work for me. Happily, I had no trouble getting into The Texan's Secret Son. 

I really enjoyed both the story and the characters. I loved Nina and thought she was a great mother. At times it's pointed out to her that she's a little easy on her son but she also allows him to be himself without pushing him to be the way she "thinks" he should be. I liked that about her. I don't know if I could handle having a child that takes everything apart all the time but I'd love to have a brain that wants to learn like that. 

I also liked Marcos. I felt for him and his medical issues. I don't even want to think about what he was going through. I love that he handled finding out about having a son so well but at times he made me a little mad in some of his actions. I won't get into them you need to read it for yourself to find out. 

You'll love Marcos family and want more about them. I very much enjoyed this story and found it well-written. Any of you read her?


Kit writes sweet contemporary Western romance. She makes her home in south central Texas on her husband’s ancestral farm, where seven generations of his family have lived and loved. When not writing, she can be found sewing, quilting, reupholstering furniture, playing Irish pennywhistle, refinishing old wood, cooking huge amounts of food for the pressure canner, or wrangling various dogs, cats, and people.


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