Crimson Review: The Bull Rider’s Brother by Lynn Cahoon

Posted November 18th, 2012 by in Blog, Category Romance, Crimson Romance, Review / 0 comments

 The Bull Rider’s Brother by Lynn Cahoon

 

 

Publisher: Crimson Romance (June 4, 2012)

Book Info:

Rodeo weekend is the start of the summer for the entire town of Shawnee, Idaho. On a girl’s night out, Lizzie Hudson finds herself comparing her life as a single mom with her best friend’s successful career when James Sullivan, the cowboy who got away, walks his Justin Ropers back into her life.

Seeing him shakes Lizzie’s world but James is in for an even more eventful weekend: he learns he has a son. James has enough on his plate trying to manage his brother’s bull riding career. Can he learn to redefine family and become part of Lizzie’s life before she gives up on him and marries another?

Lizzie wants to keep her life just the way it is, thank you. The problems you know are less scary than the problems you don’t. But she must decide if safety and certainty are worth giving up for a chance at love.

Sensuality Level: Behind closed doors

Review:

The Bull Rider’s Brother is a sweet, sensual and emotionally deep romance.

Rodeo weekend has arrived at Shawnee, Idaho. Lizzie is happy to see her best friend and have a girl’s weekend, but she can’t help but compare her single-mom life to her best friend’s successful career. She can’t help but wonder what could have been, but she would not change her life for anything. But now she knows better than to trust a cowboy.

After almost six years away James returns to Shawnee, Idaho with his bull-riding brother for rodeo weekend. But there are many surprises awaiting him that weekend. Including the girl now woman that he left behind to follow his brother. Can he win over her heart again before she accepts another man’s marriage proposal?

Lizzie kept her son a secret from James. He left her without a note, a call or not looking back. Now they will have to find a way to keep from breaking little JR’s heart during their battles. There is a lot of chemistry between Lizzie and James, but there are also a lot of things to forgive for each of them.

This story has a lot of depth and is very interesting in how their own past decisions or even someone else’s can affect the way that person will act or react in certain circumstances.

I had fun reading this story, the chemistry and depth both emotional and psychological was fun to discover as I read along, and the humor in some scenes was a nice touch away from the drama. If you like sweet, sensual and a little humor in your romance this story is for you.

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