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    Cowboy Romance

    Love this series and loved this book – I have been waiting for Troy’s story since the first time he appeared in the serie and knowing he found love and a HEA made my day! Troy is The Thunder From Down Under – An Australian Bull Rider that was bumped down and is working his way back to the top again when he sees Joss on the side of the road with a flat tire. After stopping to help her he suggests, as he usually does, that they hook up later but she flatly turns him down. By the third time they meet it seems Fate has something in mind for the two of them…if they are willing to get to know one another better. Well, there are a few things to overcome before love can flourish and a HEA can be attained but in keeping with such stories, and this series, all comes right in the end and a swoon worthy book it was in deed and indeed. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    It's a hot one!

    Holy Heck this was HAWT! The sexual chemistry between Joss and Troy was intense. I'm pretty sure I blushed in a few spots. I give major props to Amy Andrews for turning up the heat! These two meet for the first time when Troy pulls over and helps Joss change her tire. He hits on her, she declines. She's a 34 year old doctor and single mom. Troy's a 27 year old bull rider. As much as she is drawn to him, she thinks he isn't for her, but fate seems to keep stepping in and bringing these two together. This had the right mix of push/pull that didn't get overwhelming. In fact, some of the push/pull was part of that intense chemistry. This had a serious side to it as well. Joss lost her husband 5 year prior and her 15 yr old son is angry at the world. Troy is the furthest thing from a role model, yet he knows something about being angry and turned out he wasn't so bad of a role model after all. I would highly recommend this, especially if you are a cowboy fan! ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    enjoyable

    I enjoyed this book very much. I loved to learn about the bull riding.
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    Dirty talking hero

    I’ve enjoyed every one of the Extreme Bull Riders books and Troy by Amy Andrews is no exception. Joss is a widow with a fifteen year old son and isn’t particularly looking for romance. When her car breaks down on a country road a young cowboy stops to help her out. There is an instant attraction between Joss and Troy despite the fact he’s seven years her junior. Bringing her son home after catching him in a nefarious position and then later needing her attention in the emergency room, destiny seems to be throwing these two together. Joss is family driven, strong and yet hesitant to take the step that would put her directly in Troy’s path and his bed. She’s lost her husband and has her son to think of so a snap decision to sleep with Troy is not something she can do. Troy is just trying to make his way up the pro circuit and back to the extreme competition. He’s not looking out for how his career will end, he’s just in it for the ride, the comradery and the lifestyle. Joss is an unexpected surprise along the way. I’m usually not a fan of stories with widows but this one worked for me. While Joss’ husband’s death did affect both her and her son and it does come into play some in the story, it was not heavy with angst. This book was fast paced and well written. The steam factor was incredible with a dirty talking but not really vulgar hero making sure the heroine knew exactly what he wanted. I totally need me a Troy! ARC provided by NetGalley Dual POV Safe No triggers
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    Pat m

    Troy from down under is an extreme rodeo bull rider. Joss Garrity was having a bad day and to top it all off, she gets a flat on her way home after her shift at the hospital finished after midnight. She can’t turn the lug nuts even a little. After the day she’s had she goes a little postal and pounds the nut with the wrench over and over. A truck pulls up behind her and a guy hops out leaving the headlights shining on her. She is apprehensive because she doesn’t know him and whether he means her harm. He’s a younger cowboy ready to help her but she’s independent and is not too gracious at having to have his help. Then she realizes that without his help she is stranded in between the hospital and her home. The next time they met was when he brought her son home after his attempt to steal stuff from Troy’s truck.
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