Tori Scott


Tori Scott has been seriously writing with an eye toward publication for 12 years, though she's been spinning tales and writing poetry since elementary school. She is a former Golden Heart finalist in the prestigious RWA writing contest, a winner in several regional contests, a finalist in the International Digital Awards, and a semi-finalist in the Best Indie Books of 2012. She lists several publications among her accomplishments, including a featured Christmas story in Woman's World magazine.

Tori has been a high school English and history teacher, a school principal, and a child care director, but her greatest satisfaction comes from being the mother of four bright and successful children and grandmother of five wonderful grandkids.

Tori 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, where they've raised cows, chickens, goats, rabbits, and a mule--all as pets--as well as four dogs. They just recently lost Blue, the star of Blame it on Texas. When her heart heals, Tori plans to get another Blue Heeler.

Tori loves reading, swimming, photography, traveling, and especially writing. She sets most of her books in Texas because she was born in West Texas, raised in North Texas, and now lives in East Texas. She's spent the last five years traveling the entire state for work, and even taught Texas history for a few years. She tries to write what she knows...and loves.

Books By This Author

“Tori Scott did it again. One who is away from family because of distance or loss will identify with MERRY. The good deeds done by Jason makes you realize what is often lost in the hussle and bustle of a crazy season. The story of Jason and Merry was sweet, and showed the readers the real christmas spirit. Personally was not feeling the spirit this year since its my first without my mom. This story reminded me I wasn't honoring her memory because she loved christmas and like Jason's family would decorate every room. An amazing story for the holidays!”

tjammer - Kindle reviewer on The Christmas Wish

“This was a perfect blend of suspense and romance for me. The book has a lot of dynamics and I wasn't able to figure out who she was threatened by until close to the end. I enjoyed the beginning, ending and everything in between.”

Sue Sells Stuff - Kindle reviewer on Lone Star Justice

“I enjoyed this short novella. It has romance and sensuality, the characters are likable and it's one of those feel good type stories. Gray has loved Caramia for 15 years and the time has come for him to make her his for good. The man is darn romantic and I just want to eat him up with a spoon hahaha! The sex scenes are pretty mild but I believe it is to follow the romantic feel of the story rather than jumping into hot, wild monkey sex which probably wouldn't have carried the same feel if she would have went that route. There is also a secondary romance involving Reggie and Sam, close friends of the 2 main characters. I look forward to seeing where that relationship will go and thankfully I'll be able to in the upcoming release Perfectly Satisfied. I am hoping this next book not only walks us through Reggie and Sam's story but also wraps up the loose ends with Gray and Cara. We shall see but until then I say buy this book and sit back and enjoy ;)”

cinful1121 - Kindle reviewer on Satisfaction Guaranteed

“This is a wonderful, warm and loving book, with lots of romance and sex. The storyline is captivating and a real page-turner. I highly recommend this book.”

RJ Parker - Kindle reviewer on Blame it on Texas

“Cooper is a bull rider with a passion for this ultimate sport. He has been in the pro circuit for over 20 years and its beginning to take its toll. After one last ride he loses against the bull and suffers severe injuries. He returns home to heal and go through therapy where he reminded there is never any place like home. Jean moved to the small town of Morris springs after her college roommate found true love there. Sparks fly between Jean and Cooper but his bad boy ways make Jean weary of love. Throw in the mix an orphaned child with ghosts and physical limitations and you have a heartwarming, challenging story where each person has to cowboy up to find happiness.”

tjammer - Kindle reviewer on The Bluest Eyes in Texas

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