Book Review: Rodeo Queen by: Helen Hardt


Musa Publishing 

Publish Date:
January 12, 2012

From Publisher for Review


Chad McCray has resisted a relationship for thirty-two years. Can the girl next store change his mind?

Catie Bay has worshiped much older Chad McCray since she was a child. When she fumbles a seduction attempt after her graduation from high school, she flees to Europe.  Four years later, she returns a beautiful, worldly woman, and Chad takes notice.  Is the rodeo queen still in love with the sexy cowboy, and is he capable of returning her feelings?

Review: Little Catie Bay isn't so little anymore and after 4 years abroad, she's back home in Colorado. She thought she was over her schoolgirl crush on the older and handsome ladies' man, Chad McCray. However, after seeing him at a local bar the night she flew back into town, she's not so sure. Can the commitment-phobic Chad have his heart opened by the girl next door?

Of all the McCray Brothers books, I liked Rodeo Queen the least. It was a good love story about the girl next door getting a shot with her dream man and trying to make it work. I just wasn't a fan of how Chad treated Catie when he thought he'd lost his bachelor lifestyle. He was cold and cruel one minute and taking physical control of Catie the next. It didn't even seem as if Chad's brothers and their wives really stepped in to give advice or help out as in the previous books. It goes to show - doing the "right thing" for the wrong reasons is never the right thing to do. As Chad himself says, he's no gentleman.

McCray Brothers Series: Ivy League Cowboy (1), A Cowboy and A Gentleman (2), Rodeo Queen (3)


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