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He’s been a good friend
But can he be her sweetheart?
At Sweetheart Ranch, single mom Carly Leighton finds a fresh start, and a friendly neighbor in former bull rider JD Moreno. Neither are looking for love—Carly must think first of her son, Rickie, while JD is recovering from a career-ending balance disorder. But when her former in-laws demand access to Rickie, Carly turns to JD for support and finds he is becoming more than a friend in need…
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About the Author
As a sophomore in high school, NY Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling author Cathy McDavid won a local writing competition with her self-illustrated children’s book. Who knew that small triumph would eventually lead to a career writing contemporary romances with over 1.3 million books sold? With forty-seven titles to date, Cathy is also a member of the prestigious Romance Writers of America’s Honor Roll. This “almost” Arizona native and mother of grown twins recently married her own real-life sweetheart. After leaving the corporate world four years ago, she now spends her days penning stories about good looking men who ride the range or fight fires or hunt creatures all while sweeping the girl off her feet. It’s a tough job but she’s willing to make the sacrifice.
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Ends May 13, 2020
Carly pushed Rickie in his stroller a safe distance away. JD had yet to reclaim his hat despite the boy having fallen asleep.
Hombre scurried after the mare and foal, diving at their feet and yipping loudly. The mare retaliated by throwing out a kick, but Hombre was much too fast and deftly dodged her flying hoof. JD whistled to the dog, who reluctantly trotted back to him.
“We’re working on training,” he said by way of explanation. “We obviously have a long way to go.”
“Not entirely his fault.” Carly smiled when the dog came over to nip at the stroller wheels. “He’s young and doing what he was bred for.”
At the maternity pasture, Carly rewarded the mare and foal with the remaining treats before JD released them. Hombre bolted into the pasture and took chase. JD whistled, calling him back before the pregnant mares and those with foals scattered. For once, the dog listened and earned himself a head scratching.
“The horses don’t mind nearly as much as they pretend they do,” Carly said. “To them, it’s a game.”
“Yeah, but he could get hurt. Or one of the horses. I can’t let that happen.”
They turned simultaneously to leave, Carly pushing the stroller. Three steps later, JD unexpectedly swayed and knocked into her. The next instant, he moaned and pitched forward.
She caught his arm and instead of him face-planting on the ground, he dropped slowly to his hands and knees. Alarm shot through her.
“JD! JD! Are you okay?”