Another freebie from 'Tell Harlequin.'
It started off strong with a unique (at least for me) background - the rodeo circuit.
I liked how the hero/heroine's relationship developed, then the heroine had to get all annoying at the end.
She was presented as a strong, self-assured woman teaching -very well- aspects of a male dominated sport. Then she got wishy-washy and "self-sacrificing" at the end. And when I say self-sacrificing, I mean she decided what would be best for the hero and then flat out lied to him to get him to go away (again, for his own good). Ugh!
Up until that point, the book was a quick, easy read.