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The Triplets' Rodeo Man

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2014

    Kamron

    He lies on his bed, an old movie playing as he reads his English Lit. Book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2012

    Not my thing

    Kinda boring

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2012

    Too adorable!

    Love it love it! Must buy! Great story and even better characters!

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    This is an intriguing contemporary romance

    With his father is in the Union Junction Hospital in need of a kidney transplant, rodeo star Jack Morgan returns home to the family ranch after being away for a decade due to an estrangement between them. The bronco riding champion and his dad have argued over his working the ranch vs. bronco busting. <BR/><BR/>Jack and Cricket Jasper, a deacon, meet for the first time in several years at the hospital. They are attracted to one another and enjoy an incredible night together. However, when she becomes pregnant carrying triplets, he offers to marry her. Shockingly Cricket refuses. She has loved Jack ever since she was a little girl, but assumes he wants to wed her now for the sake of their children; and besides she wants him to end his rodeo career before he gets hurt. Meanwhile Jack¿s dad offers him a million dollars if he remains on the ranch for one year. Jack has some decisions to make starting with convincing doubting Cricket he loves her.<BR/><BR/>This is an intriguing contemporary romance starring a lead protagonist who is at a point in his life when he must choose. The plot is thin as it does not explore deep enough inside his head how pulled Jack is. Still fans will enjoy his efforts to reconcile with his dad, his brother, and the woman he loves carrying his offspring.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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