Sunday, May 3, 2015

Last of the Red-Hot Riders by Tina Leonard- Review!


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.

My Review: 

Last of the Red-Hot Riders (Hells Outlaws, #2)Last of the Red-Hot Riders by Tina Leonard
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Cameron is a woman who is ready to make things happen for herself. She isn't afraid to take on dangerous jobs, and is a very talented rider. Saint has been attracted to Cameron since she first came into town to be a member of the Hell's Belles team of bull riders. He doesn't want any relationship, but he can't seem to get Cameron out of his mind and the more they work together the more he can't keep his hands or lips off of her either. While both can admit to their physical attraction to one another, neither is ready to relinquish their hearts.

This book continues where the first book leaves us, but could probably be read as a stand alone. I would recommend reading Last of the Red-Hot Cowboys first because knowing these characters and the history of the town definitely adds an extra layer of appreciation and understanding. These cowboys are hot, but definitely struggle with some antiquated desires when it comes to the women. I do enjoy watching these characters change and grow as they learn more about who they are and what is really important to them. Cameron is an easy character to like and connect with. Saint frustrated me a lot with his inaction and indecision at times, but overall I was cheering both of them on throughout. I would read the next book in this series because I do like spending time in this town with these characters and all of their drama.

*An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review

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