With the help of an abandoned pug who she named Remedy, Josie managed to put aside her heartache and start thinking about her future. She opened a poodle parlor where she has made a thriving business grooming the local pets.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Rodeo Queen pageant. The coordinator Cooper Dotson is pressuring Josie to come and make an appearance at the event. Josie wants nothing to do with revisiting painful memories.
Luke Anderson finds himself back in his hometown of Angel Springs. When he accepts a position as the churches Associate Pastor he knows he is home to stay. He makes his first town visit to his former fiancé Josie Turner. He wanted to be the first to tell her before she heard it from anyone else that he was back in town.
When Luke sees Josie he finds that she still possesses the same beauty he always remembered. Josie is stunned to see Luke; she still harbors resentment towards him of the way he left her the day of their wedding. When Josie finds out the real reason why Luke abandoned her will it change her feelings toward him?
RODEO REDEMPTION should be crowned the best romance book of 2010! From the moment I read the first page I knew I was in for an award winning novel. This book has all the elements other books lack: a triumph to tragedy twist, a disabled character, and a bittersweet love that deserves a second chance. Books such as RODEO REDEMPTION come far and few between whenever you are lucky enough to find one you know why you are a devoted romance reader.