Series: The 79th Cooper Mountain Rodeo #1
Publisher: Tule Publishing
them. Now these two strong-willed army captains will prove that opposites
attract . . .All Cassidy Jane Cooper wants is to fulfill her dream to compete in pro rodeo. CJ knows she’s going to have to work harder and smarter than everyone else to prove herself in the traditionally all-male saddle bronc competition. That means she shouldn’t look twice at handsome, charming cowboy, Jesse Carmody. She needs to focus on the competition, not one of her competitors. If only he wasn’t so damn hot…
Jesse Carmody thinks he’s seen it all–until CJ’s arrival throws him for a loop. She’s tough, sexy, and challenging. Jesse quickly realizes he wants to know a whole lot more about this intriguing woman. When CJ faces ugly opposition from others on the circuit, Jesse is there to offer a friendly hand–and more, if she wants it.
Between her trials in the arena and fighting to get the other riders to respect her, CJ knows getting involved with Jesse is the last thing she should do. But she can’t seem to keep away. Which leaves her with a choice–the man of her heart, or the career of her dreams? Or can she have them both?
mentioned they’d been having problems with the electrics. Should be some fuses
in one of the top cupboards,” he said.
forward—and found himself hard up against a warm, firm body as CJ evidently did
the same thing. His hands came up instinctively to steady her, one landing on
the flare of her hip, the other on her waist.
very still. Beneath his hands, she felt warm and strong. He breathed in the
smell of fresh soap and clean hair and felt himself harden into full, painful
arousal. The need to kiss her, touch her, taste her was almost undeniable—but
if anything was going to happen between them, it had to be CJ’s call. She was
his guest, she’d had a shitty day, and she had good reasons for keeping her
distance. He wasn’t going to add himself to her list of problems.
wanted him to.
to stretch and stretch. He felt her inhale, felt the muscles of her torso move
subtly beneath his hands. He was so hard it physically hurt, but there was a
weird kind of pleasure in the pain and it hit him that he hadn’t wanted anyone
this badly for years. The realization made his hands curl into her flesh, but
somehow he managed to limit himself to the small gesture and cling to his
through her, as though she’d just won or lost a fiercely fought battle within
said, and then she kissed him.
writers.” – AusRom Today
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showcasing her character’s strength, determination and grit…” – Heroes
picked up a love of romance novels from both her grandmothers and has always
wanted to be a writer. In line with this ambition, she completed a Bachelor of
Arts degree in Professional Writing and Literature. It took her ten years and
multiple attempts before her first book was accepted. During that time, Sarah
worked in magazine publishing and the television industry, contributing to the
internationally known Australian serial drama “Neighbours” and co-creating teen
drama series “Karaoke High”. Sarah currently splits her time between writing
for television and writing novels. She lives in Melbourne by the bay with her
husband and a small, furry Cavoodle called Max. When she isn’t writing, she
loves reading, cooking, going to the movies and buying shoes.