Friday, May 13, 2016

Review: Twins for the Bull Rider

Twins for the Bull Rider by April Arrington

Genre: Western, American Romance, Romance, Contemporary, Harlequin
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Purchase Link: Amazon
Pages: 224
Published: May 10th 2016 by Harlequin
A special cowboy

Cissy Henley is stranded in rural Georgia with her two orphaned nephews, no money and no job. When they're rescued by a white knight in a Stetson, Cissy knows their stay at Dominic Slade's family ranch is temporary…even if her growing feelings for the wandering cowboy aren't. 

Raintree Ranch was supposed to be a pit stop before Dominic hit the road again. Instead, Cissy and her pint-size twin boys are tempting the champion bull rider to reconnect with his roots and his family. But can he give up the life he knows to be the loving husband and father Cissy deserves?

Contemporary? Check. Romance? Check. Amazing Cowboy? Double check. This book has all that I want for a great book and I really enjoyed it. I loved how hard working and loving Cissy was. She did all that she could possibly do for her sisters twins. Then there's Dominic there to help out when she needed it most. I liked that although Cissy had some sense to take help when offered she didn't take it for free. She worked to repay the person and worked in general to make something of herself and give the twins more then what she and her sister had. Overall this book was really good and I enjoyed it. I would love to say more about this book but it would be hard to do so without spoiling it.

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