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  • Posted January 6, 2013

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    I love these Bull Riders! Marco┬┐s story was just as hot and siz

    I love these Bull Riders! Marco’s story was just as hot and sizzling as the other previous books.

    Marco is trying to clear a path for himself, apart from his Italian family’s business. His life is in America now and bull riding is his chosen profession, his dream. In to his life comes Natalie who brings out his protectiveness as well as that Italian charm. Natalie has lived through a lot, the death of her father, losing her family home, and she is fiercely independent and is trying to learn all she can to compete in the female tournament. But there is so much a girl can take and she lets Marco in to her heart and even though she fights it, to let him take care of her. They both know their union is inevitable and sparks fly when they finally let go. After a serious event he lets his feelings known, and their lives will never be the same.

    I love their connection and his Italian endearments, oh boy, also loved reconnecting with the characters from previous stories. I enjoyed immersing myself in the bull riding environment and how they become just like a family.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    What are the bonds that makes a family?

    Natalie has lost everything--father, ranch, money--and wants to live out her father's dream and become a female bull rider. She has just enough money to follow the men's tour so she can watch their technique and ask questions, as long as she gets by on fast food and nasty motels. Marco may be the heir to an olive oil estate, but his dreams are in the arena, on top of a one-ton, bucking bull. As an Italian, he's used to beautiful women, but Natalie makes him lose all focus. He'll do anything to get her, including rescue her from herself. Both will make decisions about where the lines of family importance and blood are crossed.

    This is book three of the series. While recommended, it does not have to be read in conjunction with the others. I really liked Marco, but Natalie seemed to be missing something. She was a strong female in a difficult situation, but some of her decisions were contrary to her personality, which is the cause of it only getting 4 stars. The story line was good and there are a few sex scenes. I've enjoyed the series and will look forward to Garrett or Paolo's story next.

    - Alicia Devereaux Reviews

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  • Posted April 13, 2013

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    Wow! Another amazing story by author Cassandra Carr and what a t

    Wow! Another amazing story by author Cassandra Carr and what a thrilling ride it was with the Italian Stallion, Marco D'Allesandro. Marco had me swooning with his charm, protectiveness, tenderness and Italian endearments. He just melted my heart each and every time he took care of Natalie, the woman that captured his heart at first sight, and the one he would never let go. Marco is a strong, sexy hero who is trying to live his dream as a bull rider in America instead of taking over the family business back in Italy. Natalie is a strong yet vulnerable heroine who has fallen on tough times after her father's death and is trying to learn all she can in order to compete in the female bull riding tournament. She fights her attraction to Marco at first and resists his attempts at taking care of her because of her pride and not wanting to appear helpless and after his money. Marco cannot help but take care of her because he was raised to be a gentleman but also cannot stand the thought of her in a dire situation. These two are complete opposites but the chemistry between them is sizzling and the sex is totally hot. I really enjoyed the commaderie and friendship throughout this story with the other characters from the previous books and made me care more about Marco and Natalie. I especially liked the deep bond Marco shared with his brother, Paolo and the encouragement they gave one another was touching to see. I am looking forward to reading Paolo's story next in this wonderful series.

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