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Chapter 6




I HAD gone down to where the bucking chute was, dressed, as requested, more conservatively. But I was no longer blending. The black jeans and Prada boots, the charcoal gray sweater and sunglasses looked more Hollywood than Dallas.

“Hey.” I smiled at Glenn when I found him.

His eyes ran over me. “What’re you doing here?”

“You asked me to come see you ride.”

“From the stands, asshole.”

“Oh.” I nodded. “Okay.”

But he caught my shoulder when I turned to go, and eased me forward toward the side of the ring.

“You can sit up here, but don’t fall off.”

“I’m actually pretty coordinated,” I assured him.

His eyes were locked on mine.

“Did your father tell you that he’s letting me come home with you guys tomorrow?”

If he was surprised, I never saw it. “No, he didn’t.”

“I can’t wait to see the ranch, Glenn.”

He cleared his throat. “So you should bring your horse around to our trailer tonight after the dance ’cause we’re leavin’ around four in the morning.”


“You can ride with me.”

“Sounds good. Do you have room for Bella in your truck?”

“Who’s Bella?”

“My dog.”

“You’re bringing your dog too?”

“If that’s okay.”

“Sure,” he said softly, hand on the fence, leaning closer to me. “Bring your dog.”

I noticed the flecks of green in his dark blue eyes. Really, all the Holloway men were just gorgeous creatures. “When we get to your ranch, I’ll show you how well I can ride.”


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Great book, nicely written and thank you BooksVooks for uploading

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