Without further ado… I’m pleased as punch to introduce –
Rodeo Romance Book 3
Sometimes love arrives softly…
But it storms in like the blizzard of the century for one cowboy
Life is hectic on a good day for rodeo stock contractor Kash Kressley. Between dodging flying hooves and babying cranky bulls, he barely has time to sleep. The last thing Kash needs is the entanglement of a sweet romance, especially with a woman as full of fire and sass as Celia McGraw.
Confident and spirited rodeo photographer Celia McGraw is determined to capture the best images possible. Fearless, she’s the last person to back down from a challenge, even when it puts her in danger. However, her biggest risk isn’t found in the rodeo arena, but in the way her heart responds to one incredibly handsome stock contractor.
Will Kash and Celia capture the spirit of Christmas and each other’s hearts?
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And just for fun, here’s a teaser…
“Celia?” Kash ran to catch up to her, stepping in front of her so she had to either stop or plow right into him. She swerved and kept walking. Confused and flustered by her odd behavior, he rushed to catch up and gently grabbed her arm. “Celia? What’s going on?”
Celia yanked away from him, taking a step back. Fear glimmered in her eyes and repugnance rode her face. With no earthly clue what had put it there, he shoved his hands into his pockets, waiting for an explanation.
“Is this him?” the blonde woman beside her asked.
Celia merely nodded.
The woman slapped Kash across the face so hard he thought it might leave a permanent hand print.
“Hey, what was that for?” Kash rubbed his stinging cheek.
“Don’t play innocent with me, Kash Kressley. I warned you the other night to stay away from me and leave me alone. I mean it.” Celia scowled at him.
“The other night? What night?”
Celia scowled. It was bad enough Kash acted as if he’d done nothing wrong, but his pretense that he couldn’t remember what he’d done to her. “The night of the big barbecue when you… ” Her voice cracked. “Just leave me alone, Kash.” She turned and walked away.
“But I wasn’t even here that night.” Kash glanced from the woman to Celia’s retreating form. “Celia! Let me explain. I think you have me confused with…”
The little blonde reached up and slapped his other cheek for good measure then marched after Celia.
Insulted, mad, and ready to throttle his brother, Kash strode back to where his crew waited.
“Wow, boss. I don’t think that little lady liked you very much,” Mark said as he handed Kash Tru’s reins. “In fact, I’d say neither one of them care to speak to you.”