It’s not a secret that as soon as Jill Lynn’s books upload to my kindle app on my tablet that there will be little else going on until I finish the last word. The Bull Rider’s Secret was no different. Here’s Why:
First of all, Makenzie is a feisty character and I love her. Then enter the hunky Bull Rider. I mean, what could go wrong? Jace Hawke is healing up and Makenzie hasn’t healed from their past. This delicate dance is so entertaining to watch while the summer progresses. I just love how Makenzie does things her way. The scene where Emma (her sister) gets married is hilarious. Jill Lynn could not have created a more quirky and appealing character in Makenzie. I could not turn the pages fast enough to find out what was going to happen next. This family has grown dear to our hearts, and it’s wonderful to revisit Wilder Guest Ranch. I read this in a day and was sad when it was finished. Jill Lynn has a delightfully refreshing turn of phrase and I enjoy her style. A thoroughly enjoyable read.
I received a copy from the publisher, my opinion is my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Letting bull rider Jace Hawke back into her life breaks all of Mackenzie Wilder’s rules—just like he broke her heart years ago. But he’s working at her family’s ranch while recovering from a rodeo injury…and chipping away at Mackenzie’s tough-girl exterior with each passing day. Which is the bigger mistake: falling for Jace again…or letting him go without a fight?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jill Lynn lives in Colorado with her husband and two children. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Bethel University and is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers group. In 2013, she won the ACFW Genesis award. Jill enjoys reading and writing stories filled with grace, humor, and happily-ever-after. When she’s not plotting her next book, she can be found hanging out with her entertaining family.
Melony Teague is a freelance writer who believes everyone has a story to tell and each story is unique and sometimes wilder than fiction. She loves to uncover the good news in society and writes human interest and community pieces. As co-author of As the Ink Flows, she loves to inspire and motivate others through her written words. In her spare time, she reviews books and interviews authors. These reviews can be found right here on her website. She also teaches seniors in her local community to write their own personal story. Melony Teague was born in South Africa and immigrated to Canada. She now lives in Toronto with her husband and their two children and two cats. Check out her recent publications here