Review: Casey by Kelly Hunter


Title: Casey

Author: Kelly Hunter

Genre: Romance


Rowan Harper has traveled the American Extreme Bull Riders tour circuit with her stock-contractor father since she was four years old. She’s seen the best rides and the worst wrecks. And then there’s TJ who impressed her most when he didn’t ride at all. 

T.J. Casey walked away from his rightful place in last year’s bull riding finals in order to bury his father. His sponsors are gone, but he’s back to stake his claim. He wants the buckle, sure, but he also wants the woman who treats her bucking bulls like lambs. 

Can T.J. really score the championship and the girl? Or will he have to choose between the two..once and for all?

Rowan is one badass chick. I seriously like her.  She has a head on her shoulders, and a mind for business but she has a certain vulnerability that she seems scared to expose to anyone.

The relationship between Rowan and her father also fascinated me, and kept me intrigued enough to continue turning the digital pages.

T.J. is sweet, and funny, his cockiness seeming to be a mask for his massive adorable crush on Rowan.

This book was fun. The drama could be a bit over the top but I enjoyed the journey quite a lot. I am finding this series to be rather addictive in a major way.


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