Review: Tanner by Sarah Mayberry

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tanner.jpgTitle: Tanner

Author: Sarah Mayberry

Genre: Romance

Rating: Image result for heart emojiImage result for heart emojiImage result for heart emoji

He’s used to risking it all in the ring, but nothing prepared him for love…

After flying half-way around the world to surprise her boyfriend, Evie Forrester finds herself heartbroken and stranded in a strange city. What could be a total disaster becomes something else when a tall, dark bull rider turns out to be a white knight in disguise. Evie isn’t sure she needs saving, but Tanner Harding is a difficult man to deny. He’s even harder to resist…

Tanner Harding can tame a monster bull with ease, but he never expected to be floored by someone like Evie. Sparks fly between them until injury threatens to end Tanner’s career –and suddenly he’s the one in need of a rescue.

Evie can’t turn her back on her wounded hero and, as Tanner struggles with his recovery, she’s not sure she can guard her heart against him either. Tanner knows Evie has slipped under his skin, but she lives in Australia and his future is under a cloud. Can two people with too many reasons to walk away make the bold decision to stay?

Received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

This book was just the break I needed from life. It was quick-paced, for me a least, and gave me what I like to call the warm fuzzies. The type of book that makes me cuddle into my blankets and smile. Yeah I went there. Because sometimes it’s just nice to read a romance.

The characters in this novel can only be described as cute. Evie was easily pictured in my head, and her voice filled it. She is a cute character, with a lot of love in her heart but an actual backbone of steel which I do appreciate it.

Tanner is a curmudgeon. But actually a very good, honorable person. Their relationship does grow rather quickly, but I was happy to follow along with the whirlwind romance between these two.

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