Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) will launch a book tour over February's President's Day recess in anticipation of a tough reelection campaign in 2012. 

Brown is set to criss-cross Massachusetts between Feb. 21-25, The Washington Post reported Wednesday, to promote his memoir titled Against All Odds.

The former state senator shocked the political world in January when he won a special election to fill the seat of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy (D), a liberal icon. 

Democrats in dark-blue Massachusetts have made Brown target No. 1 but Brown is preparing well in advance for a tough race. 

Brown could also face a primary challenge from the right: he voted with Democrats on unemployment insurance, a long-stalled nuclear arms treaty with Russia and a repeal of the military's "Don't ask, don't tell" law banning openly gay service members in the past year.

Brown advisers told The Hill earlier this month that the book will reveal more about the freshman senator's tough upbringing and cement his image as a genuine representative for Massachusetts.