Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. She longs to join them in the rodeo ring riding the broncos and bringing down steers. But her friends Kyle and Gabe have strong objections. Unable to understand why they refuse to help her Sadie's frustration boils over resulting in a wild night in the bar that forces them all to reassess their relationships with each other.
Embarrassed by her behavior Sadie is shocked to learn that rather than ruin the friendship she has simply reignited the sexual interest they've had in her since the day she arrived in Hurley. Learning how to ride a bull is the last thing on her mind while she has her hands full with two sexy cowboys. She's determined not to let their relationship with her return to a platonic state. One sassy woman. Two rugged cowboys. Three for the Rodeo!
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To help realize her dreams, she gets a job with a rodeo company. However, when she tries to find someone to show her the ropes, she runs into the rock and the hard place. Kyle Johnson and Gabe Miles were both professional rodeo riders. When Sadie asks them to teach her to ride broncs and bulls, they thought she was nuts, but it was a good way to get closer to her. So, they make Sadie an offer-they will teach her the basics, but they are the only ones who get to teach her.
But what happens when unexpected feelings arise?
An entertaining cast of secondary characters adds scope to the story. The overall attitude of the cowboys about women was aggravating at times, but funny in the story.
A surprise curve-ball at the end of the story made the ending really touching and heartwarming. The love scenes between Kyle, Gabe, and Sadie were scorching. Sadie wanting to ride bulls really had the feminist in me cheering for her. It is really awesome when a woman steps out of the "traditional" roles. Ryder did an amazing job portraying the emotions and relationships between the three main characters, and she really showed how different the men's feelings for Sadie were.
Ryder did an excellent job putting the reader in the story. Unlike some writers of erotic fiction, the author tries to make the story plausible and believable. I realize that some readers may be alienated by this because, lets face it, some of them are only after speedy tittilation! Recommended read I've read a couple of Luxie's books and I love the way she builds her characters.
Sadie is a sassy, independant woman who wants to be treated like an equal - in life as well as in bed. She meets her match in two sexy cowboys name Kyle and Gabe. I won't give away the ending except to say that by the time you get there, Ms Ryder has taken the reader on a very sexy, satisfying ride. Highly recommend Hard to put this book down! I liked that Sadie isn't some girlie girl dripping in diamonds and make up and they are still attracted to her in her blue jeans and t-shirt tomboy look.
I also loved the ending. Read anything by Luxie Ryder! Editorial Review Product Description From its roots as the quintessential Western pastime, rodeo has grown into an international, prime-time television sport. Stratton's blood. He attended his first one in utero just days before he was born on Will Rogers birthday, naturally. He is also the son of a bull-riding cowboy that left him and his mother when Stratton was an infant. The search for this elusive "rodeo bum" father is an underlying theme of Chasing the Rodeo but its main focus is on the action in the ring.
Stratton spent a year following the professional rodeo and bull-riding tours and he explores the circuit with a keen and sympathetic eye. He writes about the history of the sport and its place in the mythology of the West, cowboy legends, current stars, and classic rodeo towns, such as Prescott, Arizona, and Pecos, Texas--both of which claim the title as the true birthplace of rodeo.
He also looks at the growing popularity of rodeo and bull-riding and what it means for its future now that major events have corporate sponsors and are held in Las Vegas casinos rather than fairgrounds. While acknowledging that the big money prizes are good for the athletes, Stratton worries that marketing considerations will force the sport away from the very traditions that make it interesting. As proof, he bemoans the fact that helmets and Nike shoes are starting to replace Western hats and boots at some rodeos.
Still, he encounters plenty of true Western spirit and memorable characters during his journey to keep his love for the rodeo alive and his enthusiasm for his subject proves contagious. Even those who have never considered attending a rodeo will likely find themselves enthralled by this wild ride of a book. He found a sport that was gaining popularity, but struggling to retain its soul.
From Stratton's perspective, TV and big money from marketers are draining away much of what is best about rodeo.