I don't usually praise people, but I have to say her plots are consistently interesting and she's not afraid of tackling awkward and sometimes difficult subjects. He recently got a job as the foreman on Shannon's father's ranch and is looking forward to finally living away from his family. Will Shannon overcome her fear and get the title she desperately wants? Shannon has big plans to win Cowgirl of The Year, but it seems the men in her life are against her high-risk-taking tendencies and her dream of winning the rodeo title. But absolutely no way can he fall for his boss's daughter-if he lo She Doesn't Need His Protection! Since she was a child everything that any of them did she also had to do. Hard-working cowboy Johnny Cash has always been a protector to his little sister's best friend, sweet but tough cowgirl Shannon Douglas. I could have picture it all, like movie. Shannon, who is a bull rider, her family disapproves of.
What I loved about Johnny was how he put his desire for Shannon to quit rodeo aside and instead tries to help her achieve her dreams by overcoming her worst fear. I really enjoyed this read. However, both these problems are deftly handled by Thomas - and not in cliched ways, either. The family home and business are in financial trouble and Johnny needs a way to fix it fast. Her writing is not dumb.
But she's not about to hang up her bull rope because of him! Shannon is determined to to get right back on a bull, even to her detriment and having Johnny in her corner when everyone else wants her to hang up for hat would really be an awesome thing. Johnny is attracted to this girl, nine years his junior and fight as he may like to, that attraction doesn't want to go away. He doesn't end up fetishizing her age-difference. Some of these Harlequins are eye-rollingly bad. The scene is the motel room was so hot and I loved how Johnny believed in Shannon. Her secret cowboy by marin thomas a great afternoon chick lit read one reckless hormone filled night between the preachers daughter and the town bad boy results in an unwanted pregnancy that neither are ready for.
It just took him some time to realize his true feelings for her. His mother was always on the run looking for her true love, coming home pregnant and leaving the children with her parents. She actually is pretty good for an American Romance writer. Every male character is a sexist. He recently got a job as the foreman on Shannon's father's ranch and is looking forward to finally living away fr This is a wonderful start to an entertaining series. Shannon riding bulls has nothing to do with her sexuality - she likes men sexually.
This is a wonderful start to an entertaining series. Her heart says he's the onebut her own stubborn streak might push away the only man who might actually understand her. The second sex scene is unclear. I have no idea what that night means to you. I love the fact that each of the Cash brothers are named after country singers. Shannon is his sister's best friend.
And while she's intrigued by him, she's frustrated by the delay. But whether someone is your daughter or son, whether someone is your wife or your husband - you would not want them bull-riding regardless. She has a sponsor and is on the way to that title when she crosses paths with Johnny Cash, her best friend's older brother and her father's new foreman. Shannon is very upset that no one supports her in her dream of being a title-holding bull-rider. Marin Thomas, did it again, wrote another smashing cowboy book.
Marin Thomas knows just how to tug at hearts with her knack for storytelling and this reviewer finds it hard to put the book down until the last page. We can all remember books - even books by Thomas herself - in which the dangers of bull-riding are discussed and implied for men. Shannon was raised to be strong and independent. I especially like the way she emphasizes that women can do the same events as the men. She was in and out of their lives, which she left them with Grandma Ada, to raise on pecan farm. The strong female characters make for my kind of read.
Rodriguez, a cowboy also wanting to take the national title and trophy. Now she wants to win all around cowgirl riding bulls, can he watch out for her while she does that? This series start out with Johnny Cash, oldest of his brothers and sister. She has watched her father and brother win National Championships within the rodeo circuit and is set on winning her own title. The family bonding is fun to read about and I like how they finally could tell each other what they wanted, even though it might be trying something they are not sure they can do. Johnny and his siblings being raised by their loving grandparents.
As soon, her father finds out he gives Johnny a ultimatum. His protectiveness drives her crazy. It was bad enough that her father and brothers believed she should retire - easy for them to say when they'd won a title. He wasn't a Don Juan by any means but he'd never had a woman not know he didn't enjoy making love to her. Johnny and Shannon were good strong characters both surviving growing up after their mothers abandoned them. Once she had the babies she lef 4. His protectiveness drives her crazy.