No Ordinary Cowboy (Harlequin American Romance Series #1447)

No Ordinary Cowboy (Harlequin American Romance Series #1447)

by Marin Thomas
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tagh More than 1 year ago
No Ordinary Cowboy" by Marin Thomas is a Harlequin American Romance,  Marin Thomas last book in her Rodeo Rebels. "No Ordinary Cowboy" is a great book to curl up on the end of the couch to read. Lucy Durango,  went to see her friend Shannon( who rides bulls) at the rodeo to ask her a favor. Lucy want to ride on the bulls for the next three up coming rodeos;  so she can raise money for her Pony Express business; in honor of Michael ( Lucy brother) who die while driving drunk. Lucy blames herself for her brother death, he call her and ask her to come get him the night that he died, instead she told him to call their father. Lucy run into her old flame Tony Bravo ( Lucy brother best friend & border patrol agent), she let him know her plans, about riding bulls in the rodeo. He inform her she was crazy and could get herself kill. Tony agree to help her, if she could let him check out the old mine on her family property.He let her know, that the cartel was bringing young women across the border. Lucy ask her father, if Tony could check out the mine.Lucy father,  dislike Tony who he blame for Michael death. Tony left Lucy brother at the bar, night he died.  Tony start training Lucy on how to ride the bull; but old feelings started to resurface between them. Each other afraid to tell the other that they to blame for Michael's death. Lucy father forbids her to ride on the bulls.You need to read "No Ordinary Cowboy" to find out if Lucy get to ride on the bulls at the rodeo, what happen on the Durango property & to Lucy; and who really to blame for Michael death. I truly enjoy reading & will read "No Ordinary Cowboy" again, give it five stars.Thanks, Marin for another great book.