Fearless in Texas
“Dell takes you on a fun, wild ride!” —B.J. DANIELS, New York Times Bestselling Author
He’d step in front of a bull to save a life
But even he’s no match for a girl this Texas tough
Rodeo bullfighter Wyatt Darrington’s got it all figured out. The perfect car, the perfect job, the perfect looks—the perfect lie. He may be on the fast track to the Hall of Fame, but he knows he’ll always be an outsider to people like Melanie Brookman. Texas-born and bred, with the arena in her blood, Melanie’s come to see Wyatt as her personal enemy, and that suits him just fine—this way, she’ll never realize the truth.
He’s been crazy in love with her for years.
Melanie’s always been a fighter. Fiercely independent and tough as nails, she’s stood up to everything that got in her way—including Wyatt. But now her infamous temper’s got her on the ropes, and there’s nowhere left to run but toward the man she swore she’d never trust…and this time, there’s no denying just how hot he makes her burn.
Texas Rodeo Series:
Reckless in Texas (Book 1)
Tangled in Texas (Book 2)
Tougher in Texas (Book 3)
Fearless in Texas (Book 4)
Mistletoe in Texas (Book 5)
What People Are Saying about the Texas Rodeo series:
“Look out, world! There’s a new cowboy in town.” —CAROLYN BROWN, New York Times Bestselling Author
“An extraordinarily gifted writer.”—KAREN TEMPLETON, author of Wed in the West series
“Real Ranches. Real Rodeo. Real Romance.”—LAURA DRAKE, author of Sweet on a Cowboy series
“A sexy, engaging romance set in the captivating world of rodeo.”—Kirkus
“Illuminating...a standout in western romance.”—Publishers Weekly
Dell's fantastic fourth Texas Rodeo novel (after Tougher in Texas) follows Melanie Brookman, a former rodeo roper turned marketing director, as she reunites with upper-class rodeo bullfighter Wyatt Darrington. When Melanie discovers that Michael Miller, her lover and a client of her marketing company, is married, she breaks off their relationship, leading to the loss of her job. Her friend Violet ropes in Wyatt, who offers Melanie a job promoting his bar and also says he'll help her find her missing brother, Hank. Eager for a fresh start and drawn to Wyatt, she agrees to move to Oregon and work with him. As Melanie adjusts to her new life, she and Wyatt try to keep their relationship professional despite their intense mutual attraction. Once their relationship crosses the line from business to personal, sensuality sizzles. But they face a significant cultural divide between Melanie's Texas roots and Wyatt's privileged upbringing, and Wyatt is keeping some secrets. The hidden depths of their personal tragedies add complexity to their characters. Chock full of drama, romantic angst, and magnetic supporting characters, Dell's latest is not to be missed.
It’s like the whole book was about other people. Way too little about the main characters which is sad because they had so much potential.