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by Cat Johnson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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This third installment in Johnson’s Oklahoma Nights series doesn’t measure up to the two previous novels. Although filled with interesting details about the competitive bull-riding circuit, the weak plot and rather juvenile main characters make for a tough read.

Jace Mills will be traveling alone to his upcoming bull-riding events since Tuck, his friend and fellow competitor, got married and is spending more time at home. Tuck’s little sister, Tara, is finishing her college degree and nursing the hurt from an unrequited love. Jace and Tara have traded insults for years. But when Tara gets a sports medicine internship on the bull-riding circuit and her car breaks down, Jace agrees to let her travel with him. They share a hotel room, acting as traveling partners and roommates just like Jace and Tuck would have done. But it doesn’t quite work out that way. (BRAVA, Apr., 304 pp., $9.95)

Reviewed By: Joyce Morgan

Publisher: BRAVA

Published: April 2014

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