Sunday, August 24, 2014

Alisa's Review: Rodeo Queen by T.J. Kline


18769650
Paperback, 416 pages
Published December 10th 2013 by Avon Impulse 


 Sydney Thomas may be the newest Rodeo Queen on the circuit, but she's more than just a pretty face and fabulous horseback rider. If only her new boss could see it! But the frustrating, bossy, drop-dead gorgeous man seems bent on pushing her away every chance he gets.

Scott Chandler learned at an early age that he needed to "cowboy up" and take care of his family. The one time he let his guard down, his heart got trampled, and he's not about to let that happen again. He knows Sydney's type: rodeo queens who hide their manipulative ways behind good looks, tight jeans, and glittery tiaras.

But just as Scott and Sydney are finally realizing there might be more to their fiery relationship than scorching kisses and passionate nights, secrets from their pasts come back to haunt them. Will the cowboy and the Rodeo Queen ever be able to ride off into the sunset together?


Sydney just won the Rodeo Queen title and landed a new job.
Scott has a grudge against all ROdeo Queens- whether he has met them or not.
When Scott and Sydney meet, sparks fly and not just the good sparks.
Between Scott's dislike of Rodeo Queens, his true feelings for Sydney, His brother Derek, his ex-girlfriend Liz and Kurt who has a grudge against Sydney.
Lots of things happening in this book that make it seem like a longer book.  But that is a good thing.  I personally like a longer book, or a book that makes you feel like you are reading a longer book.
I loved Scott and Sydney together. 
Great read.