Monday, June 30, 2014
The Texan's Cowgirl Bride by Trish Milburn (Texas Rodeo Baron)
SHE WASN'T LOOKING FOR LOVE
Savannah Baron is determined to turn The Peach Pit from a simple roadside stand on her family's Texas ranch into a bustling country store. She's too busy with her business to even enter many rodeos anymore, let alone date. But when a health scare prompts her to search for her long-estranged mother, she discovers more than a helping hand in an old friend.
Soldier-turned-private investigator Travis Shepard never thought he'd move on after his wife's tragic death, yet with Savannah, the walls he built around his heart begin to crumble away. But Savannah still faces a medical crisis and Travis can't bear the idea of losing anyone else. Can he find the strength to love again?
Series: Harlequin American Romance\Texas Rodeo B (Book 1506)
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (July 1, 2014)
My Review: The Texan's Cowgirl Bride by Trish Milburn (Texas Rodeo Baron)
I like Savannah Baron. She is a fighter, hard worker, talented and loves her family. But her father is driving her crazy.
Travis Shepard lost his wife. He is afraid of getting close to anyone again. He had a crush on Savannah in high school. He had to work out a lot of issues. I like him
The Texan's Cowgirl bride goes on an emotional ride. Savannah after a fall while riding in rodeo is asked about her family history. She decides to try and find her mom. She gets Travis to find her. Savannah does not want to burden her family with her health scare.
Savannah and Travis has some fun dates and grow close fast. Travis a few times was really there for Savannah when she had to go to hospital. It was good that she had him to count on most of the time.
The setting for the book is on a ranch store in Texas the Peach Pit that Savannah managed and started for family.
There were a couple of love scenes that I skipped over. It was a fast enjoyable story.
I will want to read more books of the Texas Rodeo Baron by Trish Milburn.
I was given this ebook to read and in return agreed to give honest review by Netgalley and Harlequin.