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The town bad boy with hidden pain…

Champion bull-rider and all-around fun guy Chase Summers is everybody’s friend, but his affable personality hides a lifetime of pain. Having been abandoned as a young child at the steps of a church, he learned young that he was unwanted. The only thing that saved him from isolation was his foster dad and life on Redemption Ranch. Now he spends his time on the rodeo circuit, sending home his winnings to help the ranch succeed, and his nights with buckle bunnies, making sure no one gets close enough to touch the pain deep inside. 

The town good girl who saw the good in everyone…

When accountant and small business advisor Hailey Spencer is hired by Redemption Ranch to implement their dude ranch ideas, she and Chase are thrown together. It's not long before he is introduced to the son that she had with his best friend. The best friend who would've followed Chase anywhere...even the bull riding circuit with its deadly potential. With Hailey hanging on to resentment and Chase racked with guilt, the two try to fight their age-old attraction – in vain. Chase knows Hailey deserves more than a broken-down cowboy for her son and her heart. 

Can Chase resist the call of the rodeo and man up for a woman he's loved for years or will he leave for the allure of the road?

September 23
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

mc319 ,

Coming home to love!

Wow, what a fantastic addition to the Redemption Ranch series. I loved it! A must read. Chase, one of the foster brothers, had been in so many foster homes as a youth that he didn’t think he’d ever have a real home or anyone could ever love him. Hailey,
Chase and Adam grew up together and were best friends. Hailey and Adam married and had a son, A.J. Adam followed Chase on the bull riding circuit, but one disastrous ride left Hailey a widow with a 2 yr old son to raise. She comes back to Granite Falls and gets a job at the ranch but dreads coming face to face with Chase. A well written storyline and wonderful, intriguing and emotional characters. There’s so many emotions in this story. Can’t wait for the next one!

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

viro1963 ,


I enjoy this book from beginning to the end. The characters are well developed and engaging and the chemistry is strong. The storyline flowed smoothly.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

777sails ,

Coming Home to the Cowboy

I received a complimentary copy of this book and I also purchased a copy (I absolutely ADORED this!)

I couldn't read this one fast enough but at the same time, I had to re-read certain parts. I was completely enchanted with Chase and Hailey. Chase, is a former foster child, who inherited one quarter of a ranch that became Redemption Ranch. He shares ownership with his two other foster "brothers" and the former owner's daughter. He is a bull rider and would send money home to help with the expenses of running the ranch. He became severely injured after riding a bull. The bull took exception to the 8 second ride and made a pin cushion of Chase. He comes home to heal before going back out on the road again. Hailey and her 6 year old son, A. J., come back to Granite Junction to help her sick mother. She takes a job with Tara (from the first book in the series) at the ranch. She is afraid to run into Chase as she and her deceased husband, Adam, were best friends with Chase growing up.

The events of Hailey and Chase becoming involved is such a delightful story. Chase has never spent time around children and he has a lot to learn especially with the adorable A. J. The ups and downs of their journey is one that shouldn't be missed.

I adored seeing West and Tara from the first book, along with Ty (the third foster brother) and Emma the waitress and Cam a local rancher. I so hope Cam and Emma get together in a book in this series (HINT, HINT!!!)

Having a dual POV really helped me to fully understand Chase. Being a foster child and his mental roadblocks, would have been difficult without having insight to his thoughts. It really helped me to understand him and his need to ride bulls. Hailey being a widow of a bull rider and her position was such a heart-breaker. I so look forward to more of this series. I can't get enough!

I highly recommend anyone over the age of 18 to read this. There are some scenes that may offend some but those really are not written in an erotica manner. While you could read this without reading the first book, I highly recommend reading A Cowboy's Salvation because it really is a great book that leads you into this one with greater understand.

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