Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Bull Rider's Twins by Tina Leonard

**Harlequin, one of the world's leading publishers of books for women, and the Professional Bull Riders (PBR), the world's premier bull riding organization, are happy to share a book publishing partnership that debuts in May 2015. These four re-issued, re-titled novels containing distinctive PBR content will be published under the new Harlequin Pro Bull Riders imprint, and feature actual PBR bull riders on the covers. Harlequin Pro Bull Riders novels will be available exclusively at Wal-Mart stores in the United States. **
Finding Darla Cameron warming his bed is a sight Judah Callahan will never forget. How can a red-blooded cowboy say no? Especially when Judah has desired Darla from afar for years. Only now she’s having his babies…and planning on tying the knot with another man. Over his dead body!
The die-hard bachelor was even willing to give up his share of his family’s New Mexico ranch to his five brothers so he could stay footloose and fancy-free. Now all Judah can think about is getting Darla down that aisle…with him. Can he get her to believe in their future together? He’ll bet the ranch on it!
  • ISBN9780373826674
  • Price5.50
  • CurrencyUSD
  • EditionMass Market Paperback

  • My review: The Bull Rider's Twins by Tina Leonard

    3 STARS

    This is a reissue.  Callahan brothers.  It is a little confusing because I read some of the series but not all so the mystery I am sure I am missing some of it.
    Judah Callahan  does not plan to marry to have a family to inherit the family ranch.  When Darla ends up pregnant he knows he is the father.  He fights for Darla while she is engaged to a Doctor.
    Darla finds herself pregnant after a night with Judah. She accepts a Doctor to marry.  She does not expect Judah to want to be a father.
    Darla does try on the magical wedding dress.  If you where it the person you should marry appears in the mirror.
    There is lots of drama, action, family  romance and mystery in this book. I keep thinking there should be more rodeo in this series about bull riders.
    Some week I would like to be able to read all of Callahan's books at one time to get the whole piece of the story that winds through the series.

    I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of The Bull Rider's Twins.

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