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Publisher Description

A Cowboys Don’t Story

Maury Garcia’s one of the greatest bull riders in the world—and one of the biggest liars. Can he turn forbidden love with a rodeo rookie into a lasting romance? 

Ever since his brother was killed because he was gay, Maury’s worked to take his brother’s place as the bull rider, the provider, and the ideal of his family’s macho expectations. The only thing Maury’s ever done for himself is buy a secret ranch so he can get away from the responsibilities he’s chained himself to. Then he meets Tristão Silva, the younger brother of the one man who could rob Maury of his bull riding championship. 

Tristão may be a world-class bull rider in his own right, but his kind, gentle nature and sexy samba hips make Maury long for something beyond his selfless, sexless life. The two men’s lives are worlds apart, even if they’re both buckling under family expectations. Will their future last beyond an eight-second ride?

GENRE
Romance
AVAILABLE
2019
May 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
229
Pages
PUBLISHER
Dreamspinner Press
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
751.5
Kb

Customer Reviews

Monet5280 ,

One wild ride

Cowboys Don’t Samba by Tara Lain was given to me in exchange for an honest review. Maury Garcia is a champion bull rider, who like a good son, helps his family financially and tries to keeps his slice of heaven in Chico quiet from the rest of his extended family. When he meets his enemy’s brother, Tristão, his world is turned upside down. Tristão is an up and coming bull rider who is on his way to rookie of the year and falls for Maury. Unfortunately his older brother is constantly watching him like a hawk. This book was a wild ride from cover to cover. It was an easy read but complex in emotions and gives you an inside look at bull riding and the mental gymnastics as well as physical beat down they receive each and every time they ride. Come on and join in the samba lessons to find the love you deserve. I can’t wait for the next installment.

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