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    Austin

    This is the seventh book in the series from Jeannie. This is a deep read. It works with Austin and riding bulls. Kristen was fired in Reno and now works in a diner. Austin has cousins that are known to him. They went to school. She was shy and he didn't show he really liked her. Kris wanted to go home but doesn't have a ride and she asks for a ride. They get to take time to follow some tour of bull riding. They get close. She follows him and then a bull stomps on him. Spoiler! Austin has a rider, Kelly, to settle because he is almost off the tour. He is mad! Spoiler! Now it is Austin's turn to wipe out. Typical male wants to chase girl aaaway. There is some gruesome issues, so be prepared! I have followed this series from the start. It is a shortish read. I liked this story line. I hope you will give this book a chance. Don't let this story slip away! Enjoy your reading! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    3.75 Austin is another story in the series of sexy Bullrieders. So this one is an interesting one between a former school friend. Krista and Austin don't have the best memories of each of them. When the faith entwines the again they are not both very excited. So Krista is an interesting character, not very open, a person who is afraid of social interaction and that is why to the others she seems arrogant and cold. That is also how Austin sees her at the start but he is hopping that underneath lies great person. Krista is determined to change and her first step was asking Austin for a ride home and for his forgiveness. Austin is an interesting character, a cowboy who is missing someone special but when somethings happens in the competition he is determined to break up with Krista because he doesn't want to see her hurt. I was positively surprised at the end with Krista she turned out really great. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Bull Rider Romance - Contemporary

    This is a series that thoroughly enjoy and eagerly await each book for. From the beginning I fell for the men in the stories. There is something about the fact these men who live their lives on the edge with death a real possibility every time they get on the back of a bull that grabbed me. With a variety of authors giving voice to each story they are varied but the series cohesive and so far every man in the story has been a keeper and one I would like to have as a friend - the fact that each of these intriguing men find love and I get to read about it is just a bonus ;) In this book Austin Harding meets up with Kristin Alexander as she works as a waitress in a casino bar. He is not sure it is HER and her denial of being who he thinks she is turns out to bite her in the fanny. In high school they had one bad incident that has remained with them over the years. There is a possibility for them to “fix” things as they go on a road trip together. Spending time together does more than allow them to settle the past but will it allow them more in the future? That is the question. Austin and Kristen definitely brought out the best in one another and now I look forward to finding out what Gage’s story will be next…and I also wonder if Gage will be the last or if there will be more books in the series than eight :) Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    Jeannie Watt delivers yet again!

    Jeannie Watt is one of my favorite short romance authors. I love her settings, her characters always connect with me, and her writing style is engaging. I was very excited to see she had an entry in the American Extreme Bull Riders series, because she gets cowboys, and she gets the women who love said cowboys. I breezed right through Austin, and it didn’t disappoint. Kristen is having a run of bad luck, mostly self-inflicted. The girl with a plan, the girl most likely to succeed, is struggling. After being laid off from her dream job crunching numbers in Reno, she has been unemployed for weeks. The only position offered to her is as a server at a bar. Despising the suggestive costume she’s forced to wear, she puts on her best face and knuckles down to do the best she can in a job she doesn’t like. When Austin Harding, boy most likely to amount to nothing, ends up in her bar, she is aghast. He can’t recognize her, and he can’t tell her twin sister where she’s working! Austin thinks that karma might be the sweetest thing ever when he sees the girl who gave him a very public set down in high school slinging drinks in a bar. Kristen always had a plan, and when he sees where she’s working, he thinks that her plan hasn’t served her very well. He, on the other hand, was always slacking off in school, because his career aspirations involved sticking a bull for eight seconds, and now he’s one of the best bull riders in the country. When Kristen finds herself out of a job again, with no money to get home to Marietta, she has to bum a ride off Austin. And so begins their unlikely reunion, as well as their opposites attract romance. I could so relate to Kristen. She is shy and so socially awkward that people immediately form a not so positive impression of her. Thinking that she’s stuck up and aloof, she has few friends. It’s little wonder she lost first a job that required team work with her co-workers, and then a job that necessitated a friendly, outgoing personality for her customers. So. Not. Kristen. As the hours go by in the close confines of Austin’s truck, she is forced to confront her shortcomings. She is not a risk taker, and the thought of living her life like Austin has, terrifies her. Then she realizes how little she has to show for her obsessive planning, and maybe it’s time for a little spontaneous behavior. Austin is a likeable hero. He doesn’t want to help Kristen. She made him question himself after berating him by her locker in high school, and even if he deserved a piece of her mind, he wasn’t ready to face that he might not be as great a guy as he thought. Now he’s just concentrating on staying healthy enough to make it to the AEBR finals. Kristen is a headache he doesn’t need. But as they spend time together, he starts to appreciate her wit and enjoy her company. But whatever they have can’t last, because he is always just a few seconds away from being stomped on by a bull. I really enjoyed this one. The relationship felt natural, developing over time. Both Austin and Kristen have to face personal shortcomings, and accept that they have flaws. There is compromise. There is awareness of others’ feelings. The HEA is completely believable. Jeannie Watt delivers a satisfying read again! 4.25 stars
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    A nice addition to the series

    Kristen and Austin knew each other in high school. After hearing that Austin had said something derogatory about her, she steps out of her shy comfort zone and lays into him. Publicly. He walked away shaken and shocked that she could be so cruel. Now Kristen is having to eat those words as she struggles just to make a living. When Austin offers to help, she is surprised he’s not looking for revenge. As they travel together to their hometown, the shy introvert begins to step out of her shell and makes it clear that she wants something temporary with the boy she had crushed on so many years ago. While I enjoyed this story, I never really felt a true connection between Austin and Kristen. I appreciated the fact that they cleared the air about their past, and that she found the strength to let him know what she wanted from him. However, I didn’t sense that this hero was anxious or even excited to make the heroine his own. I like a possessive hero and Austin just didn’t feel like one. ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review Dual POV Safe No apparent triggers
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