MAVERICK (A Taggart Brothers Novel) by Lisa Bingham
Publication Date: November 1, 2016
Genre: Western Contemporary Romance
The Taggart brothers’ wild romance ride continues with the new novel from the bestselling author of Renegade.
Rough riding Bodey Taggart may be rock hard and tough as nails, but even he has a soft side when the right woman comes along…
Bodey has always followed his own rules: live hard, play hard, and win big. But when his wild ways give him two concussions within a month of each other, his brothers lay down some new rules: no bronco busting, sky diving, or ATVs for the rest of summer. It seems the only pastimes not restricted are shooting competitions…and women.
Beth Tivoli is new to Bodey’s circle of friends, and unlike any woman Bodey has ever met—she isn’t about to follow him into bed. She’s not looking to hook up with anyone, especially when she’s trying to escape her past. Bodey quickly realizes that courting Beth is no game, and despite her resolve, they both begin to discover that maybe romance can be different this time around…
I’m obsessed with the Taggart brothers now! I need to pick up the first two books and devour them. I loved MAVERICK! It’s the third book in Lisa Bingham’s Taggart Brothers Series and can be read as a standalone. I didn’t read the first two books but I will be reading them next. The story takes place at an old western reenactment event where people dress up and compete in cowboy competitions. It was so much fun. I loved the storyline, the characters and the author’s writing style. There’s danger and romance with some fun mixed in. I highly recommend it and can’t wait to go back and read the first two books.
*Review copy provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review.
Lisa Bingham is the best-selling author of more than two dozen historical and contemporary romantic fiction novels. With more than 1.5 million copies in print, she believes that writing is as necessary to her as breathing. Besides her writing, Lisa is also a teacher at a middle school in northern Utah. In addition, she’s been a professional costume designer for more than twenty years for theatrical and reenactment attire, and is considered an expert in the field. She has been lucky enough to live and study in such exotic locales as Brazil, Mexico, Europe, and the United Kingdom. Presently, she lives near their four generation–operated farm in northern Utah with her husband, three children, an over-protective dog, a burr-laden cat, and a miniature goat who thinks she’s a puppy.