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FREE READ æ Tomas By Linda Warren á [Download] ➻ Tomas Author Linda Warren – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas Tuf Hart is beginning to understand why they say you can never go home again Still grappling with the mental scars of battle Tuf's just learned that Thunder Ranch is in tro Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas TuEr military man Cheyenne's disastrous marriage taught her that war changed men and not always for the betterTuf and Cheyenne have been through hell and back But with a little hope and a lot of holiday spirit they just might find a way to heal themselvesand each oth. This is the last installation of Harts of the Rodeos and tell the story of Tomas the youngest brother of the Hart whom has appeared after two years of isolation from his family His return to Thunder Ranch is a surprise to everyone and there are too many uestions waiting for his answer However despite their curiosity i like the way the siblings leave him alone until Tuf is able to talk and answered the uestions of his whereabout On his way home he found a little girl; Sadie wondering along the highway and it turned to be Cheyenne’s twin daughter Cheyenne is Tuf’s first love and from his reactions the feeling remain unchanged However Cheyenne has undergone traumatic experience from being beaten up by her husband who is experiencing post traumatic stress disorder PTSD and committed suicide and she is still recovering from it Attraction between between them sparked but soon the fact that Tuf is also having the same sickness as Cheyenne’s ex husband become an obstacle to their relationship I really like the author’s writing especially the part where Tuf explained the reason for his disappearance two years ago As a reader i really feel for him the anguished and the decisions that he has to make then Overall i enjoyed reading this book very much

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Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas Tuf Hart is beginning to understand why they say you can never go home again Still grappling with the mental scars of battle Tuf's just learned that Thunder Ranch is in trouble Now the Harts are banking everything on their stallion Midni. Looking across the booth at Cheyenne he saw his future And it was normal and real Something he thought he'd never have but she was willing to take a chance on him He was willing to meet her halfway and This book was okay It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either Tuf got out of the marines two years ago but he never came back to his family Where was he What was he doing Luckily Warren tells us within the first 50 pages she doesn't dick around I like that I hate when authors keep huge secrets because they feel like it adds to the suspenseCheyenne was married to a marine a marine who had PTSD but also smacked her around She was afraid he'd start smacking their twin girls around too He ends up committing suicide after a bad fight with herSo she's survived one marine husband with PTSD Does she really want to get involved with another marine with PTSDShe and Tuf have known each other since they were kids He asked her out numerous times in high school but she always said 'no' There's a bit of bad blood between their familiesShe's now raising her twin four year old daughters Samantha Sammie and Cassandra Sadie aloneTHINGS I LIKEDa When Tuf takes charge of things Cheyenne just flat out tells him he needs to discuss things with her first and not just make decisions that involve her and the twins by himselfI like when women know what they want or don't want in a relationship and just flat out tell the hero Look I need x y and z If you do p or r I'm going to kick you to the curb I like this because 1 men aren't psychic Just tell men what you want straight out It's for the best 2 I like women who are experienced enough to know what works for them and what doesn't 3 I like women who have the ovaries to tell the hero this It shows some backbone and I like itb I liked Tuf's history as a marine and his PTSD was handled well I think He was fucked up in the head I think Warren portrayed it in a good way not in a maudlin way or in an insensitive wayc The kids were cute One funny scene involved them getting a present of some rescue horses who were calm old and possibly comatose This is your horse Do you want to pet herSammie's eyes opened wide and Tuf glanced at Cheyenne She noddedDoes she bite Sammie asked shocking both adultsUm no he said with certainty He wasn't sure the horse was even breathing much less less have the energy to injure someoneThe descriptions of these sedate horses were making me laugh not gonna lie THINGS I DIDN'T LIKEThe book was a bit contrived at times and the conflict wasn't really worrying me anyHOW'S THE SEX CARMENNo on page sex So I have no idea what they are doing in bedTL;DR Moderately entertaining book about a marine with PTSD getting together with the woman he had a crush on in high school There's nothing really bad about it but neither is anything really shining hereROMANCE CATEGORIESContemporary RomanceCowboyWestern RomanceHolidayChristmas RomanceMilitary RomanceNon Virgin HeroineWidow HeroineRapeAbuse SurvivorHe's a Rodeo Cowboy and Former Marine She's Sells Cowgirl Jewelry on the Internet

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Tomas By Linda WarrGht winning the National Finals Rodeo The only easy part of Tuf's homecoming was falling for his high school crush all over againCheyenne Sundell has always been drawn to Tuf But as a single mom of twin daughters she's wary of getting involved especially with anoth. Originally Reviewed on The Bewitching Bibliophile This is a solid strong story about second chance romance and I'm totally here for it Tomas is a Marine heading for home for the first time in over 6 years he's avoided home due to the way the war has changed him and he's not sure how everyone back home is going to treat him On his way home he runs into a little girl walking all by herself and when he stops to help discovers her mama is none other than his high school crush Cheyenne and she's also home for the first time in a long timeThe characters were well written even though at times the story was dominated by Tomas's side it was still told by both of them Tomas's story was a stronger tale and he was way detailed than Cheyenne was so I liked him because I felt we got from him than from her Cheyenne is home for the first time in years and is trying to rebuild because her life didn't uite go the way she expected Home with a set of twins who are determined to establish themselves and are putting her at her wits end she doesn't have time for a marine cowboy even if being with him has always been her wish When they were young their parents feud kept them from establishing a good relationship no matter how much they both wanted it and so they moved on a little bit dented but not broken Pride and family drama kept them apart then but they do a terrible job of maintaining their friendship later and once again let pride and an inflated sense of protectiveness drive them apart I really loved the strong familial bonds they both had that their families were willing to help them anyway they could Tomas was doing everything to make himself whole again after what happened during his last mission hes dealing with PTSD and I loved the way the author handled the discussion of therapy and medication without over dramatizing it but neither making it some dirty secret It takes Tomas a while to come to terms with being the cowboy and the marine and how those would make him the man for CheyenneI loved that Cheyenne knew right off the bat that they needed to work on themselves before they threw in together but was willing to do the work anyway Scared an Scarred by her past she has her own level of PTSD to work trough and she's managed not to confront it because she has her daughters to worry about but as the story progresses she starts to work on her own things as well The girls were a sweet and cute addition to the story and I loved how distinct they were I love how their casual acceptance of Tomas helped to make him closer to being whole and they didn't realize how much that meant I really loved the description of the Rodeo season and how that played an important part in the story It wasn't overly glamorized the Rodeo was just another part of the story and it helped to move them further along and that final scene is definitely one of my favorites Even though it's a small book Linda packed a lot in a really gave them the time needed to make this story really work I love it ★★★12If you love cowboys Marines and second chances then you're going to love this Happy Reading my loves