Welcome to D’Ann Lindun. This is her first book in the series of “The Cowboys of Black Mountain.” And it is also time for some trivia. I have asked her to provide some interesting facts about the books setting. We will start with those. But don’t stop there. She is offering a gift card to one lucky commenter.
What is Colorado’s state flower?
In what month does the National Finals Rodeo run?
What bull killed famous bull rider, Lane Frost?
A: Takin’ Care of Business
In high school rodeo, do boy actually ride bulls?
What breed of horse is used more than any other in rodeo events?
A: quarter horse
I’m not sure I want to meet that bull. I’ll just mind my own business. 🙂
Blurb for “A Cowboy to Keep”
When Laney Ellis’ husband is killed by a bull, she is left alone to run their small cattle ranch and raise their son, Justin, on her own. One thing she is determined her son will never do is ride rodeo bulls. But that is the dream Justin holds dearest—to be exactly like his dad, the onetime Colorado State High School Rodeo Champion.
After his rodeo career peaks and begins to slide, Cody Utah opens a bull riding school. Although attracted to his next door neighbor, he steers clear. Cody has heard rumors Laney trapped her husband into marriage by getting pregnant in high school. The last thing Cody wants is children. His mother was a drunk, and he doesn’t know who his father is.
A bull’s hooves turned Laney’s world to dust; bull riding gave Cody a life worth living—can they find common ground?
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