Reckless in Texas by Kari Lynn Dell
(Texas Rodeo)

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Dell’s insight into the world of bull riding is illuminating, and her highly dimensional characters make her a standout in western romance.
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Synopsis

Texas Homecoming

Violet Jacobs is fearless. At least, that's what the cowboys she snatches from under the hooves of bucking horses think. Outside the ring, she's got plenty of worries rattling her bones: her young son, her mess of a love life, and lately, her family's struggling rodeo. When she takes business into her own hands and hires on a hotshot bullfighter, she expects to start a ruckus. She never expected Joe Cassidy. Rough and tumble, cocky and charming, Joe's everything a superstar should be-and it doesn't take a genius to figure out he's way out of Violet's league.

Joe came to Texas to escape a life spiraling out of control. He never planned on sticking around, and he certainly never expected to call this dry and dusty backwater home. But Violet is everything he never knew he was missing, and the deeper he's pulled into her beautiful mess of a family, the more he realizes this fierce rodeo girl may be offering him the one thing he never could find on his own.

 

About Kari Lynn Dell

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Kari Lynn Dell is a third generation cowgirl, horse trainer and rodeo competitor. She attended her first rodeo at two weeks old and has existed in a state of horse-induced poverty ever since. She currently resides on the family ranch on the Blackfeet Reservation, Montana.
 
Published August 2, 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 416 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns. Fiction
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Kirkus

Above average
on May 17 2016

Dell’s writing is notable, and her rodeo setting is fascinating, with characters that leap off the page and an intriguing series of actions, conflicts, and back story elements that keep the plot moving even though Violet and Joe’s missed connections occasionally seem strained.

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Publishers Weekly

Good
on Aug 07 2016

Dell’s insight into the world of bull riding is illuminating, and her highly dimensional characters make her a standout in western romance.

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