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Out of nowhere Walker Cody swoops in and saves Paula Olsen's toddler son from a dog bite Before she can properly thank him the handsome Ira War veteran fades into the crowdWalker's in training to retake his World Champion Bulldog.

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Walker The Rodeo Legend

Ger title The practice rides are bruising but still don't knock thoughts of a certain beautiful young widow and her little boy out of his head And Paula's shocked to realize she has a bad case of Pervasive WalkeritisSurvivors' gu. In Nov I read 2 in this series and really like the first family of rodeo so I bought the whole series and had the need of a contemporary romance and this was perfect Walker Cody was wounded in IraHe came home with scars both physical and mental Suffering with PTSD he saved a little boy from a fall and dog attack but it brought on a a PTSD episode The young widow Paula Olsen was so thankful that he had saved Clay she wanted to thank him but he disappeared She decided to buy him a thank you gift and went to find him at the family ranch and learned they thought he was still in Ira Walker was hiding from his family while he got his life under control he had so much to do to get his life together he didn t think he had time for a pretty woman and cute kid besides she must have a husband and he had to much baggage Paula has her own baggage and constant random meeting bring them together is the love story that is so sweet The group PTSD meeting they go to together is an eye opener for Walker and the other men in the group This book will touch your heart on many levels I loved it

Rebecca Winters ï 7 Free read

Ilt and ghosts from their pasts stand between them Walker's need to prove himself on the rodeo circuit runs deeper than bragging rights But can Paula risk her healing heart on a troubled man who deliberately puts himself in dange. I love continuities series by different authors and was intrigued by this one about a family in Wyoming I have been to Cody Wyoming and fell in love with the area and now find I am falling in love with the characters in this first book in the series I am a sucker for wounded heros and uniue heroines and this book has both Already looking forward to the next book about Dexter by Marin Thomas


8 thoughts on “Walker The Rodeo Legend

  1. says:

    Walker The Rodeo Legend was a big ole tease Although it could just be that I’ve been reading far too much erotica lately This was my first Harleuin American romance and also my first by author Rebecca Winters so

  2. says:

    Awesome book Great book I love the characters This is a book you won’t want to put down Great series of books

  3. says:

    This is one of those books where I wonder how in the world it got published I can't even tell you how the plot or characters were because all the bad writing got in the way Almost every single conversation in the book felt stiff an

  4. says:

    In Nov I read #2 in this series and really like the first family of rodeo so I bought the whole series and had the need of a contemporary romance and this was perfect Walker Cody was wounded in IraHe came home with scars both physical and mental Suffering with PTSD he saved a little boy from a fall and dog attack but it brought on a a PTSD episode The young widow Paula Olsen was so thankful that he had saved Clay she wanted to t

  5. says:

    After Walker saves Paula's son she goes out of her way to find and thank him The meeting brings about a connectionAlthough Walker suf

  6. says:

    I love continuities series by different authors and was intrigued by this one about a family in Wyoming I have been to Cody Wyoming and fell in love with the area and now find I am falling in love with the characters in this

  7. says:

    It is a excellent story of two people dealing with mental anguish without the book becoming depressing Set amid the rodeo and ranching backdrop from a review posted by an eHarleuincom member read here

  8. says:

    45 starsLoved this one Her best book in years