Bluegrass Reunion Series Book 6
Professional bull rider Judd Romeo defies death for a living, but there’s no escaping his grief when he returns home to settle his mother’s estate after her death. She’s the only one who encouraged him in his pursuit of his exhilarating but dangerous career. Going home means confronting his past, including the one woman he’s never forgotten. Maybe it’s time to extinguish the torch he’s carried too long.
Veterinarian Mandy Sullivan doesn’t have room in her life for dangerous risk-takers. She’s too busy being both mother and father to the daughter her sister abandoned. But it’s impossible to ignore it when trouble shows up right next door in the all-too sexy shape of her former beau. She’d walked away from his piercing blue eyes and bad boy smile once. Can she do it again?
Judd’s high school sweetheart may still be as pretty as a perfect eight-second ride, but she hadn’t been willing to stick it out in the past when the ride got rough. Mandy knows how to handle wounded animals but falling for a man with a wounded heart may be too great a risk to take. Is she willing to grab a second chance and let a Kentucky cowboy ride away with her love?
Other books in the Series
“Ms. Scarbrough must either be a die hard fan of bull riding or did a lot of research of the sport of bull riding and interviews with bull riders because she really relates to the passion these young men have. When Judd rides for the world championship is most certainly based on the winning ride of Justin McBride at the Vegas finals a few years ago. Gutsy and heart stopping.” – Amazon Review
“Kentucky Cowboy was a wonderful, heartfelt western romance that I really enjoyed reading. It was a classic tale about tragedy, despair, love and second chances…. Readers, you can’t go wrong with Kentucky Cowboy!” Reviewed by Nikita Steele, Joyfully Reviewed
“Excellent tension, conflict. The hero’s voice is cowboy perfect.” Timna Gainey, contest judge
“Ms. Jan Scarbrough has done an exceptional job of telling this story. Her two main characters were vibrant, believable individuals who never got over that high school attraction. Each of them was a success in life, but together, even though the sensuality was dynamic, they were much like oil and water. The conflicts made the love stand out so much more.” – Reviewer: Brenda Talley