Being read as a stand alone, I enjoyed the twist and turns the book brought and how families come together in all forms, not just by blood. ~ Shelly, Guilty Pleasures
A DIFFERENT KIND OF HERO
Everyone knows Victor Vicario—he’s the scarred loner who’s on his way to the National Finals Rodeo in Vegas. But no one knows about the guilt that drives him. And until he achieves his goal, there’s no room in his life for attachments.
So when Vic is given temporary custody of his young nephew, he is torn. He can’t turn his back on family, but how can he look after a kid when he’s traveling the rodeo circuit? Then he runs into feisty barrel racer Tanya McGee and makes her an offer. She helps him with Alex, and he’ll pay her rodeo expenses. The problem is their little “family” starts to feel all too real.
This is book 3 in the Cowboys of the Rio Grande, but I read it as a stand-alone and found it a great book to read. The feisty barrel racer, the quiet, loner bronc rider and the young Alex who doesn’t say much but brings this crazy group together.
Victor comes from a broken past and a drive to win the NFR Finals in Vegas. Little does everyone know what drives him to want to win the buckle. He is competing all over, but when he is given custody of his young nephew, he can’t seem to turn his back on the little guy, when he knows what he is going through and wants better for him.
Tanya is looking to end her rodeo career on a high note, not the way she had to end it when she was in an accident, but money is running out and her stubborn horse doesn’t seem to want to cooperate, so when Victor makes her an offer she can’t refuse, she becomes a little family she didn’t think would happen.
While traveling they both come to learn things about themselves and what is driving them to keep on competing and end on their own terms.
Being read as a stand alone, I enjoyed the twist and turns the book brought and how families come together in all forms, not just by blood.