Riding for Redemption by Bonnie Paulson



Desperate to find her place in the world, Sara Beth dreams of applying for the Miss Wrangler Montana competition that tours with the rodeo circuit. 

Riding horses has become her anchor until a near fatal accident takes more from her than she’d ever willingly sacrifice. 

Determined to prove his business training, Johnny seeks out the Rourke family to call in an old favor. When he embroils himself in Sara Beth’s life, he has to prove they’re nothing more than friends. 
Seeking independence, both Sara Beth and Johnny lean on each other more and more, until love threatens their friendship. Will they seek out each other or be confused by their dreams?
Can either of them leave their past and embrace their future?

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My review:

Bonnie always seems to know what kind of book I want to read and writes it. I love her dry sense of humor and wit. If you haven’t read Romancing Redemption I suggest you start with that book but Riding for Redemption can be read as a stand alone.

This is not a straightforward romance. It’s about loss, strength and willpower. Sara Beth and Rosie move to Michael’s ranch and Sara Beth starts training a horse named Sugar. Most of the book is about Sara Beth overcoming her past. It’s heart breaking and poignant. As with most of Bonnie’s books, I was wrapped up in the story and didn’t put it down even to eat until I finished it. If you are looking for an awesome, clean romance – look no further.



Bonnie R. Paulson mixes her science and medical background with reality and possibilities to make even myths seem likely and give every Bonnieromance the genetic strength to survive. Bonnie has discovered a dark and twisty turn in her writing that she hopes you enjoy as much as she has enjoyed uncovering it. Dirt biking with her family in the Northwest keeps her sane.

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I love all things supernatural and paranormal. Coffee addict. Book lover. Wise Ass. Read the rest of my ramblings at My Crafty Life

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