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The Bull Rider's Brother was stunning and oh so sensuous! I really enjoyed getting to the know the characters,and the story behind the story was fabulous.
The plot was one yes that has been done before but this author really knew what she was doing and made this is a fabulous read.
Just think,ex lovers,a secret pregnancy and a return and then explosive passion!
I recommend this one to all lovers of cowboys and romance.This author shall be "seeing" me again. A true shelf keeper !
James Sullivan just wanted to keep his brother on track for their brief visit home. He gave up the girl he loved to be Jesse's manager on the rodeo circuit. Seeing Lizzie brought back old feelings that he knew couldn't be recaptured. That was until he found out about the surprise of his life.
Can these two gun shy lovers find their way back to each other? Or will they finally admit to themselves and each other what their hearts truly want?
Lynn Cahoon takes you on a sweet journey of two people who put other's well being before their own desires. Her twists and turns show them and us that you can have it all. Makes me want to find a bull rider's brother next time I hit the rodeo.
Liz Hudson may be down but she's far from out. She has a son to raise, a father to help through grief, and rental cabins to manage. When her son's father returns to town, old feelings surface, nearly swamping her. But this daughter of the West is made of tougher stuff.
Although the story leans toward James' journey while he finds his place and helps his brother stand on his own, the heroine really steals the reader's heart--and their five year old son steals the limelight. The Western setting is skillfully written so the reader feels she's in Idaho during rodeo season.
This is a thoroughly enjoyable tale. I look forward to more of Cahoon's books.
A cute story about a couple who learns that love doesn't always fade away. They even grow up a bit during the story and learn a few things about each other. The characters work well and the setting was good.
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You can find out more about Lynn and her books at: www.lynncahoon.wordpress.com