Thursday, April 30, 2015





One Wild Bull Rider by Tina Leonard
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fell totally in love with Creed and Aberdeen's story. One Wild Bull Rider is part of Tina Leonard's Callahan series. Creed leaves home and returns to the rodeo circuit determined not to fall victim to his aunt's matchmaking. Returning home because of an injury, he meets Aberdeen who is the town preacher and seeking to adopt her three nieces. I found it hilarious that he ran away from home to escape matchmaking and fell into it's trap upon his return. A sweetly written story. Received this book for an honest review.  (



The Bull Rider's Twins (Callahan Cowboys, #3) by Tina Leonard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bull Rider's Twins is a Callahan series reissue. I had read the book in the past, but it is always nice to reread a story and discover thing that may not have been noticed the first time around. Judah and Darla have always carried secret feelings for each other. When one unexpected night leads to two unplanned for surprises, Judah has to decide if he is ready to give up his wild ways and Darla has to decide if she is willing to deviate for a practical planning and take a chance on love. I have always loved Tina Leonard's ability to create stories that center around home, hearth and small towns. Received this book for an honest review. Worth rediscovering this series.



Heart of a Bull Rider by Tina Leonard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Heart of a Bull Rider is about so much more than the standard love story. Tina Leonard allows us into the world of not only the citizens of fictional No Chance. She allows us to experience first hand the reunion of brothers John and Jake. Neither has known the other ever existed. Opposites John is a wealthy billionaire intent on making changes to the hometown and rodeo of Jake who is a bull rider. These two now not only have to build a relationship with each other but they also each have their hearts set on local hometown girls. They also have to find answers to why they were separated in the first place. A unique story about coming home to a place that you never knew you left and finding out who you really are. Great book with a beautiful message. Received this book for an honest review.  (




A Family for the Bull Rider by Tina Leonard
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Family of a Bull Rider is an emotional story.  Jack has been estranged from his jerk of a father for years when he is summoned home.  His father's health is failing. Jack now has to figure out if he should help his father or leave the stress behind.  Helping him along the way is Cricket, a local deacon who has always had feelings for Jack.  But when an unexpected pregnancy happens will Jack be able to leave behind the rodeo life and be a better father than his own ever was?  A heartbreaking story to read at times and a frustrating one because of the stubborn personalities of the main characters.  Still I would recommend to anyone who enjoys reading Tina Leonard.  Received this book for an honest review.  (


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