Cupid is back to his old tricks, but these days, he prefers to go by Val, and he’s given up his arrows for drinks. With the rodeo in Anteros, things could get a little rowdy. Fortunately for him, his next victims – er, targets – just want a little peace and quiet.
Short on time, and even shorter on cash, former barrel-racing champion Tenley Kendall is back in the saddle to save the ranch. The only thing she wanted less than racing is to see her brother’s best friend, Greyson Jones—seeing him only reminds her of her brother’s death, and the friendship the three of them used to share. Ten wishes she could forget her brother’s death. Grey wishes he could remember. She stands to win bigger than she’d hoped when the retired bull-rider saunters back into her life. Can the pair work through the past that haunts them, and the future that promises more?
This was my first publication! It’s currently available as a single on Amazon for $2.99.
I hadn’t thought about doing a little WIP journal for this one, but in a nutshell, online pal Roxanna Haley asked if anyone wanted to contribute to the Summer volume of the Bowman’s Inn.
I thought about it for a day or two, an idea already formed, so I said I was in. Then I found out the theme of the volume was a rodeo.
The book came together really fast. I had it ready inside five weeks, and to be honest, I’m so proud of this book. It turned out better than I had hoped it would. And I had high hopes for it.