Sebastian Guenther loves his life. He gets to meet new people all the time in the tasting room of his family’s Hill Country winery, Cascade Encantada. He loves his town, and is involved in several committees. And his family is mending after the scandal that nearly tore them apart.
The one thing not in his life right now is love. It’s not easy finding a partner in a small town, where the only other gay men are taken.
Until the rodeo comes to town.
Brody Williams has been with the rodeo since high school. He doesn’t ride anymore—he’s too practical to want to risk the injury. He’s become the manager after years of experience. His one problem—the rodeo, with its intense atmosphere of masculinity, is no place to be out as a gay man. So he’s kept his sexuality to himself and satisfied his romantic urgings by quiet trips away. He’s never had a long relationship. Never wanted one.
But when he meets cute, smart, comfortable-with-who-he-is Sebastian, he has to rethink his decisions.
All of them.