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Tomas: Cowboy Homecoming (Harts of the Rodeo #6)

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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, Midnight, winning the National Finals Rodeo. The only easy part of Tuf's homecoming was falling for his hi ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 27th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Nov 07, 2012 Susan rated it it was amazing
The last book in the Harts of the Rodeo series, this was an excellent story. Tuf has finally come home, two years after returning from Afghanistan and not seeing or talking with his family that whole time. The family has worried about him, but tries to give him the space he needs. I really like both Tuf and Cheyenne. Through the previous books Tuf has been mentioned, missed and worried about. When he makes it home he is surprised by all the changes. I liked the way that he sat the family down an ...more
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Dec 04, 2012 Rhonda rated it really liked it

Tomas is the last of the Harts of the Rodeo continuity series. I know I have missed reading a few of them and hope to read them all. I cried,laughed and smiled throughout the book. Thier were a few love scenes that I skimmed over.
Marine Staff Sergeant Tomas "Tuf" Hart is finally home. He got out of the service two years ago but never came home. He called once and gave his mom his number. Nobody new where or what he was doing. Though a few months ago he was at a rodeo and saw someone from
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The publisher provided me with a copy of this book to review via NetGalley.

Tomas: Cowboy Homecoming is the sixth and final book in the Harts of the Rodeo series, however it can be read as a standalone novel.

I have to say I really enjoyed this book. At long last we get introduced to Tomas who has been mentioned in all the previous books in this series but had not yet made his appearance. All the other characters that have been in the previous novels were also there to help complement Tomas' retur
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Oct 30, 2012 Sara HarlequinJunkie rated it really liked it
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This was the last book to the series Harts of Rodeo and in this one we finally learned all about the man we only heard glimpses of right through out the first five books. He has served his time as soldier come hero and now has returned home at last but not without the demons so many men of war bring back with them.

He suffers from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) this illness can lead to blackouts,violent outbursts and forgetfullness to name but a few. Working
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
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Love wages a brave war against Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This struggle is a strong thread throughout Tomas:Cowboy Homecoming.

Tuf Hart, a ‘born to ride’ cowboy and decorated marine, returns home to find he is sorely needed. The Hart family ranch is desperate for an infusion of money. He also finds Cheyenne, his high school dream girl, a widow and living with her father. His feelings for her have not changed, but he is in n
Hsiau Wei
Dec 09, 2012 Hsiau Wei rated it really liked it
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 questions 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 questions of his whereabout. On his way home, he found a little girl; Sadie wondering alo ...more
Rebecca Crowley
Dec 23, 2013 Rebecca Crowley rated it liked it
Even though the big reveal of where the hero had been for the last two years was cheesy as anything, I liked this brave attempt to address a pretty alpha guy's struggle with PTSD and reintegration after a military career. I was all set to give this sexy cowboy soldier four stars until the very end, when after a long period of silence and zero discussion of the issues between them he gave the heroine a "if you really love me you'll..." ultimatum. Such a turn-off so late in the game!

Otherwise this
I'm a sucker for cowboys, horses, and rodeos so I was predisposed to like this book. The story was good, and the author does a good job of depicting the world of rodeo cowboys without making it overly glamorous. What killed it for me was the author's writing style -- completely flat -- page after page of simple sentences with no variety in rhythm or tone. This flat tone makes her rather interesting H/h and supporting cast come across as stock characters with no personalities of their own. It's a ...more
Donna Alward
Mar 22, 2014 Donna Alward rated it really liked it
great ending to the Harts of the Rodeo series!
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Apr 01, 2013 Michele Lacroix rated it really liked it
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I loved this book. I fell in love with Tomas, Tuff as he's called and with Cheyenne and her girl. Tuff suffers from PTSD from serving in the Marines for eight years and having been deployed in
Afghanistan. You can't help falling for him.
Feb 23, 2013 Shannon rated it really liked it
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First book I have read by this author and I will definitely look to check some more out. This is one of the stronger books of the series that I have read.
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Linda Warren loves happy endings. The Rita nominated and award winning author has written 26 books for Harlequin, including SuperRomance, American and Everlasting Love. Drawing upon her years of growing up on a farm/ranch in Texas, she writes about sexy heroes, feisty heroines and broken families with an emotional punch all set against the backdrop of Texas. She lives in College Station with her h ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Harts of the Rodeo (7 books)
  • Wyatt: Return of the Cowboy
  • Aidan: Loyal Cowboy
  • Colton: Rodeo Cowboy (Harts of the Rodeo #2)
  • Duke: Deputy Cowboy
  • Austin: Second Chance Cowboy
  • Beau: Cowboy Protector

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