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…
3.5 out of 4 stars
Let me start by saying that this book was wayyyy outside my comfort genre. I am not a big cowboy person and the idea of picking up a cowboy book made me a little nervous. Though I will say: “Thank you Cat Johnson!.” This Oklahoma Nights novel was quick, painless, sexy, and intriguing. Now I will say that this is the first time I’ve read a book by Cat Johnson and there are two other novels before this one. However, I think that this book works just as well as a stand-alone as it does in a series. Her characters developed beautifully through the story and I was very sad to see it end at what seems to be the beginning of their relationship.
I found a few things very interesting during this novel, the main one being abuse by a woman to a man. Typically abuse in books (or talked about in general) is a man abusing a woman but Cat Johnson shows that this is easily turned around. During the story Jace (our leading male) has a thought that he is more abused by his ex then he is by the bulls he rides; and it broke my heart! I also found our leading lady intriguing but in a less positive way. After being in love with the same man for what seems like her whole life; he’s married to another woman and soon to be a father. To get back at him she’s decided that her useless virginity has to go; and any cowboy at the rodeo will do.
Put together by a broken car, no money, a brother/friend, and a rodeo competition Three Weeks with a Bull Rider showed me that cowboys can be sexy and this genre is not to be ignored.
I got my copy of Three Weeks with a Bull Rider by: Cat Johnson from Mamma D’s personal collection. This review is my own personal views and opinions (no payment involved). The picture and book description were taken off of Cat Johnson’s website which can be found by clicking on the hyperlink in the picture. Happy reading!