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RODEO STANDOFF by Susan Sleeman, reviewed by Winnie Thomas



Rodeo Standoff grabbed my attention from the first paragraph with Tessa McCade staring down an angry eighteen-hundred-pound rodeo bull. Her rescuer, Braden Hayes, a former bull rider, teams up with Tessa to find the person who is trying to harm or kill her. Susan Sleeman’s distinctive mix of suspense, intrigue, conflict, romance, and inspiration keeps the story action-packed and kept me guessing and turning pages to see what was going to happen. 




I’m always impressed with the authenticity of Ms. Sleeman’s writing. It’s obvious that she has done much research and has worked hard to ensure that the background information is accurate. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy clean suspense stories.  I rate this book 4 ½  stars rounded to 5.

BACK COVER BLURB:
The rodeo arena is always treacherous.

Now it’s deadly…

It’s no accident Deputy Tessa McKade is trapped with an angry bull ready to trample her to death. She quickly realizes that McKade Law is no longer enough to keep her safe—and it’s her rescuer, Braden Hayes, who stands in as her bodyguard. As they seek to stop a would-be killer, Braden will have to use all his professional skills to guard Tessa’s life.

*I voluntarily reviewed a copy of from the author/publisher. All opinions are my own.
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