Montana Gold

Montana Gold Successful bronc rider Chase Lomax has his sights set on winning the All Around World Championships and must add bull riding to his repertoire Then he meets equally talented bullfigther Farrell Hawtho

  • Title: Montana Gold
  • Author: Genell Dellin
  • ISBN: 9780373771530
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Successful bronc rider Chase Lomax has his sights set on winning the All Around World Championships and must add bull riding to his repertoire Then he meets equally talented bullfigther Farrell Hawthorne a woman unlike any he s ever known For Farrell, bullfighting provides a feeling of control, of power, and the thrill of being a successful woman in a man s profession.Successful bronc rider Chase Lomax has his sights set on winning the All Around World Championships and must add bull riding to his repertoire Then he meets equally talented bullfigther Farrell Hawthorne a woman unlike any he s ever known For Farrell, bullfighting provides a feeling of control, of power, and the thrill of being a successful woman in a man s profession Their sizzling chemistry makes them excellent partners in the ring, but outside, neither wants the entanglements of a relationship.But when a terrifying accident occurs, injuring them both body and soul, they are forced to confront their true feelings before either can move on.

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    1. Plot spoilersWen I started reading &found out she was running around in the ring distracting the bull, I was disappointed. I wanted her 2 act. ride a bull. I imm. knew I wasn’t goin 2 like the style of writing. The way things were described just weren’t good. 4 ex:She was the boss. She’d be the one to say how this little rendezvous ended.It was just her and the bull, mana a mano.That sounds so stupid.Elle felt a huge smile come over her face as she backed up, took a running jump into t [...]

    2. The two main characters were fairly well developed; however, I feel as if both Chase and Elle's histories were slightly glossed over even with 384 pages. I really liked how Elle's tragedy was not given away until 3/4ths of the way in. You got to know her character slowly throughout the story instead of from the beginning. At first, you see a vibrant confident female in a male-dominated sport. Then it's slowly revealed due to the "wreck" her insecurities and past tragedies.

    3. It was a good book, but it wasn't as romance-y as I would have liked. It was more about the lives of the three main characters, and how they intertwined. It was a good book, but if you are looking for something hot and amazing, there are better books out there. And the internal dialog of the characters was very repetitive, which got boring at times.

    4. I love the fact that the guy gets the girl of course, but she over comes her fears. I mean it's not every day a woman is a rodeo clown, and doctors up a cowboy due to her not reacting in time. She fixes him up alright. Can't tell much more because it is a great read many spoilers to write, so pick up a copy.

    5. This book was entertaining however it was hard to relate to the characters. The information on the rodeo and bullfighters was fascinating. I also like that Lomax's ex was nice and was not a witch. It was refreshing.

    6. Don't judge me for reading this. It's good to read lots of different things and this was my first Harlequin romance. Now I know. It was terrible, but made me giggle at some of the absurdities and strange sayings.

    7. This is a Mira book which is a Mills and Boons category. Not a bad read if you want something quick and easy.

    8. I had the feeling some research went into this. And Dellin was clearly trying to write a love story of some substance, but I found her characters and plot rather unconvincing.

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