The toughest rodeo rider in Hell, Texas, discovers his tender side with a feisty cowgirl in this sexy new novel from USA Today bestselling author Tina Leonard.
Cameron Dix knows that becoming an elite rider is the first step to realizing her dream: owning a special-needs equestrian academy. Only one thing stands in her way—and he’s big, tall, and sizzles like a Texas steak. Superhunk Saint Markham claims that he isn’t happy about all the women galloping into town, but the heat in his eyes tells Cameron a different story. What else can a fiery redhead do but let her hair down and give in to desire hot enough to melt her saddle?
Saint has seen what happens when women come marching into the Hell’s Outlaws Training Center: Strong men crumble. Problem is, he’s got rivals willing to train a talented lady rider like Cameron. But after one night of passion, he’s branded. And from the moment he kisses her ruby lips, Cameron is his—even if he’s too stubborn to admit it. Now Saint must stake his claim on a life of delicious sin with the woman he loves.
Praise for Last of the Red-Hot Riders
“A fun, clever read, Last of the Red-Hot Riders is a charming, sexy, and humorous romp through the tiny town of Hell, Texas.”—Kat Martin, New York Times bestselling author of Against the Sky
“There’s just enough steam mixed in with conversations and laughs to move the relationship into the hot zone.”—I Am, Indeed
“If you like your cowboy stories drama-filled [with] a crazy town mayor who has a vendetta against a honky-tonk bar owner as well as a stubborn solider that would do anything for a crazy redheaded wild child, come and check this out!”—Butterfly-o-Meter Books
“Easy and enjoyable, Last of the Red-Hot Riders is a wonderful bucking ride to romance.”—Tome Tender
“All in all, a hot cowboy romance with a great mix of humor, passion and intriguing characters.”—LeAnn’s Book Reviews
Praise for Last of the Red-Hot Cowboys
“If you like your cowboys smokin’ and your cowgirls sassy, you’ll love the sparks that fly between Trace and Ava in Tina Leonard’s Last of the Red-Hot Cowboys.”—Laura Moore, author of Once Tasted
“Perfect for readers who enjoy heroes and heroines who clash upon first meeting and several times thereafter.”—Library Journal (starred review)
“Hijinks and conflict propel Leonard’s first entry in her Hell’s Outlaws series, Last of the Red-Hot Cowboys.”—RT Book Reviews
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happy yet unexpected ending, you’ll be ready for the next book in the series.
A contemporary western romance that has itself firmly corralled in Hell Texas at the Outlaws training center: the premiere destination for up and coming Rodeo Stars.
Cameron wants to open a riding center specialized on working with children (and adults) with disabilities. But, she needs the money (and the prestige couldn’t hurt) that would come with being an elite winning rider. Thing is, she wants to be a bull rider: a dangerous choice and even more difficult because women don’t ride bulls.
Saint Markham is well-known for his ability to train bull riders, but he is utterly uninterested in Cam’s desires. He’s not, however, immune to Cam’s charms, and his friends and others won’t let it go. A former SEAL, Saint is used to the roughhousing and teasing from his friends, but pushing him TO Cam? Naaah – he doesn’t need the help or the push.
In between the push and pull between Cam and Saint is the never-ending dramatics around town, family interferences and plenty of humor this story just flies forward with laughter and fun. Carrying the small town feel of Hell, with plenty of townspeople that add color, controversy and laughs, you can’t help but enjoy this story. There’s just enough steam mixed in with conversations and laughs to move the relationship into the hot zone, and with a happy yet unexpected ending, you’ll be ready for the next book in the series.
I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Scorching Hot !
I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was Scorching Hot and it had nothing to do with the weather.
Saint Markham is a ex-seal and along with his other ex-seal buddies they run Hell's Outlaw Training Center. Saint is a champion bull rider and has been asked by the mayor to train the three woman that she has brought to town to be on her team called Hell's Belles.
Cameron Dix is one hot, sexy, desirable woman with red fireball hair, sassy opinions, and a saucy temper. She knows what she wants and she is determined to do it. She doesn't need a man in her life, she hasn't had one in her life so far and she isn't going to give up on her dreams for some man that will probably just break her heart. Her daddy up and left her mother after she gave up all her goals to raise a family and stay home for him. Cameron wants to be a bull rider and then open up her own special needs riding center. But the sizzling heat that occurs whenever Saint touches her is something she has never felt before, and she just might have to take matters into her own hands, because she sure does like everything about Saint, except his opinion on women and their place.
These two have a lot to work out especially when the mayor puts them in charge of Hell's kissing booths for the big parade day. There is a lot of twists and turns along the way as well as a good bit of sizzling heat. Will they get their HEA? Will Saint be able to let Cameron be a Bull Rider? You will just have to read this story to find out. Couldn't put it down.
I liked the story and the characters but I struggled through reading this book. It just didn't flow well for me and lost my interest.
Saint Markham and the Outlaws are Navy Seals that dreamed of when they returned to Hell Texas after their done serving their country. Cameron Dix has come to Hell Texas to be bullfighter for the Hells-belles with a dream of a better life and helping others.
The secondary characters are some of the best and fun quirky people I've read I just wish the story telling was better.
I received this book from the publisher/author for an honest review.