Thursday, September 17, 2015

Last of the Red-Hot Riders: A Hell's Outlaws Novel

Last of the Red-Hot Riders: A Hell's Outlaws Novel by Tina Leonard

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.

3.0 out of 5 stars Good but redundantSeptember 17, 2015
This review is from: Last of the Red-Hot Riders: A Hell's Outlaws Novel (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
I really loved the first two books in this series. This one wasn't bad. It was just, over done for me. The Outlaws and the Belles. Hate each other, fall in love. Blah Blah. It's so over done. Over and over, I feel like this book is identical to the other two. Yes, the story line slightly shifts and changes. It was Cameron who's wild, Saint who's in love but won't act on it.
I just feel like other than the names, these stories were the same as the other girls. It was too similar for me to really enjoy it. I suppose that's the way with some series. The books are all so alike that it's just over done and I feel that's how it was with this one. But, if you haven't read the series yet, you could certainly start here. It's a funny romantic comedy.
Cameron and Saint get themselves into some trouble. Mayor Judy is always sticking her nose in everyone's business and leading the Sheriff around by his nose. There are some great parts to this book. Like I said, after reading all 3, it was too redundant.
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