Tuesday, April 5, 2016

A Cowboy's Claim

A Cowboy's Claim
Cowboys of the Rio Grand
Marin Thomas
Victor is a man on a mission. He set his goal years ago to win the National Finals and nothing will stop him. At least that's what he thought until he gained custody of Alex, a nephew he'd never met. Victor has a terrible scar on his face and is known for being a loner. But for some reason the scar, the nephew, and quiet demeanor don't seem to scare Tanya, a fellow rodeo rider. When Tanya needs money to stay in the rodeo game, Victor works out a deal where she'll watch Alex while he rides. It's mutually beneficial, but Tanya wants more than just friendship.

This was a sweet, romantic story. The introduction of the nephew really picked up the plot for me. The characters seemed real and while the background on the main characters were a bit rough, it added authenticity to the story. There are a couple of bedroom scenes, but that isn't what the main focus of the story. The plot seems to wrap around the relationships that come out of hardship and the concept of family. Overall, it was romantic and I enjoyed it.

I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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