Saturday, May 28, 2016

The Bull Rider's Bride By Vickie McDonough

Dusty is home.  His bullriding days are over and he's trying to figure out where to go in life.  His twin wants him to stay home and help care for Mom but he's not in good enough shape to ranch.  He also doesn't have the money to buy a herd.  He tries not to panic as he thinks about a way to be useful again.

Serenade Books allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can grab a copy now.

This series is a light read with romance intertwined.  When the therapist for his mother comes in, he's astonished to see it's his old girlfriend.  He left her behind when he went bullriding and winning rodeos.  He never forgot her though.  She's also never forgotten him.  They're parting was at a bad time.  Her brother died in their barn, her father banned them from his farm and her life, and they both aren't sure if it's safe even now to try to resurrect their love.

They needn't worry, love comes naturally and sometimes you just can't fight it.  This is a sweet tale with a happy ending and was a good read, too.  This family grows on you.

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