Reunited with the Bull Rider

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STEALING HER HEART—AGAIN

When an injury sends bull rider Reed Beaumont home to Oklahoma to recover, he doesn’t expect to bump into his high school sweetheart, Callie Wainright. She’s been hired to help restore his family ranch, which has been badly mismanaged. And though their attraction still simmers she’s far too busy to spend time on romance!

Reed regrets breaking Callie’s heart by leaving years ago. And their rekindled relationship is the number one reason to remain in Beaumont. But he’s still determined to top the PBR standings, which means returning to the circuit asap. Can this cowboy realize his dream, and still lasso Callie forever?
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About the author

Christine Wenger has worked in the criminal justice field for many years. She has a master's degree in probation & parole administration & sociology from Fordham University, but the knowledge gained from such studies certainly has not prepared her for what she loves to do--write romance!


A native central New Yorker, she enjoys watching bull riding & rodeo with her favorite cowboy, her husband Jim.

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Publisher
Harlequin
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Published on
Apr 1, 2018
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Pages
224
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ISBN
9781488092718
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Western
Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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