Twins for the Bull Rider

Twins for the Bull Rider

by April Arrington

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ISBN-13: 9780373756186
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/10/2016
Series: Men of Raintree Ranch
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

April Arrington grew up in a small southern town and developed a love for movies and books at an early age. Emotionally moving stories have always held a special place in her heart. During the day, she enjoys sharing classic literature and popular fiction with students. At night, she spends her time writing stories of her own. April enjoys collecting pottery and soaking up the Georgia sun on her front porch. You can follow her on Twitter at

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Twins for the Bull Rider 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 Stars This is a sweet romance. I fell in love with the twins. Lot of drama, lot of choices the characters have to decide. One love scene. Cissy Henley is raising her nephews after her sisters death. She is stubborn, does not want help or charity. She only has 17 dollars, a old car and they got kicked out of their apartment. She loves the kids. The twins father wants to put the kids up for adoption to strangers. Dominic Slade is a champion bull rider. He likes Cissy and the twins when he meets them at a cafe. When he sees her broke down on the side of the road he takes them to his family ranch, Raintree Ranch is a dude ranch, Cissy asks for a job and a place to stay while she gets back on her feet. She is willing to muck the stable. The twins are in heaven on a ranch. One thing I noticed was rodeo riders were not racing to hit the different rodeos in July. Instead they spent if on the ranch. I want to read the rest of the series Men of Raintree Ranch and see what happens next. I was given this ebook to read from NetGalley and Harlequin. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Twins For the Bull Rider.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
Adorable story, about finding your place in life, about growing up to be the person you are meant to be, about learning to love, and be loved, about life, with some hardship, with little luck, and lots of love. I admit, I got emotional while reading this story. There are scenes, that just shoot directly to your heart, takes a hold, and squeeze it hard. Because just like with Cissy in the story, sometimes things happen in life, that you have no power over, and it is hard, and life will test your endurance, and stubbornness, and will to survive. I admire how Cissy took the responsibility, had the courage to fight for the boys, and stand for what she believed was the best for them, and for what she wanted for them. And Dominic, his patience with the boys, acceptance, his helping heart and attitude, his willingness to stand for his needs, strength to ask for what he needed. The relationship he has with Cissy, and the boys, they were just instant family, a unit, without any effort, they fit together well. The struggles they have, both Cissy and Dominic, at the crossroads of their lives, they were realistic and real. The choices they made, made me admire them both. The story has heartache, pain, growth, and battles, but it also has joy, humor, laughter, and love. The secondary cast all has their places in the tale, and bring more depth to it, giving the story even more spice, and waking an interest to their stories as well. A wonderfully crafted tale, with strong characters, deep emotions, and two cute five year old boys, that will just melt your heart ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side