Harts of the Rodeo Miniseries, book 6

Harlequin Super Romance
ISBN-10: 0373754337
ISBN-13: 978-0373754335
December 2012

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Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas “Tuf” Hart is beginning to understand why they say “you can never go home again.” Still grappling with the mental scars of battle, Tuf’s just learned that Thunder Ranch is in trouble. Now, the Harts are banking everything on their stallion, Midnight, winning the National Finals Rodeo. The only easy part of Tuf’s homecoming was falling for his high school crush all over again.

Cheyenne Sundell has always been drawn to Tuf. But as a single mom of twin daughters, she’s wary of getting involved, especially with another military man. Cheyenne’s disastrous marriage taught her that war changed men, and not always for the better.

Tuf and Cheyenne have been through hell and back. But with a little hope and a lot of holiday spirit, they just might find a way to heal themselves… and each other.

Harts of the Rodeo Miniseries from Harlequin American Romance

Rave Reviews

4 ½ stars – TOP PICK!-> Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas “Tuf” Hart is on his way home when he spots Cheyenne Wright’s daughter on the side of the road. Tomas is drawn to the little girl and her mother – but then, he’s had a crush on Cheyenne since they were teenagers. Cheyenne is reluctant to get involved with a military man since her ex-husband came home from the war a changed man, more likely to hit than talk. Tuf is still the gentle man she remembers, but when a dangerous encounter between them has Tuf questioning himself, it will take all of their combined love to get them through. Warren brings the last Hart home to love with a wonderful flourish. Readers will love this couple and will long for more Harts.

Reviewed By: Sabrina Cooper

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