Friday, May 4, 2018

Three Weeks with a Bull Rider by Cat Johnson

Title: Three Weeks with a Bull Rider
Series: Oklahoma Nights, 3
Author: Cat Johnson
Publisher: Peguin Random House Publishing
Genre: MF Contemporary
Pages:  305
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
“Cat Johnson knows cowboys and the Oklahoma Nights series is a must read for fans of western romance.” NY Times Best Selling author Lorelei James

One Broken Man…

Cowboy Jace Mills has suffered fewer injuries from bucking bulls than he has from his ex-girlfriend. Following his best friend Tucker’s advice, Jace is convinced it’s time to move on. But with his ex’s tight rein on him, easier said than done.

One Broken Heart…

Tara Jenkins learned a lot in her sports medicine courses, but not how to fix her broken heart. So when her brother Tucker suggests using her skills on the rodeo, it gives her the perfect opportunity to ride off into the sunset—or at least run away.

Three Weeks Together…

Only problem is, Jace and Tara have had a hate-hate relationship for over a decade, putting up with each other for Tucker’s sake. With their long history as frenemies, they know sparks will fly, they just never expect them to flare into scorching passion…

Three Weeks with a Bull Rider by Cat Johnson is the third book in the Oklahoma Nights series. I have not read the others and was not lost in this book.  Though it does have characters from previous books in it, and the main storyline does tie into a character from book one. If you are like me and do not know that because you didn’t read it the main love story will still work for you.
Tara is inexperienced at relationships.  She is the sister of Tuck (from book one of the series)  She is always at odds with Tace. They have known each other for years.
Tace he is strong, alpha personality.  He is caring, great teacher, and very nice person overall.
The sparks fly off the pages with these two.  It is their tempers flaring or their passion they are always electric together.  I loved this read. I highly suggest it for any true romantic at heart. This one is a page-turner.

                             Five Shooting Stars 

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