Gage Powell might have made his debut on the professional tour a little late, but that hasn't stopped the 24-year-old from taking the circuit by storm. He rides with a rough style that's reminiscent of his brother, famed bull rider Marty Powell, who was killed just a few months before Gage's 18th birthday. When Gage rides, it's as if he's riding for more than himself.
Sierra Montez has grown up around the rodeo and is used to the swagger of the bull riders. She thinks she's immune to their charms until she comes face-to-face with Gage in a business meeting. She tries to keep their meeting professional, but Gage wants Sierra and he isn't a man who ever backs down from what he wants. While Sierra finds him exciting and hard-to-resist, she wants more for herself than following a gold buckle winner around the country.
Can Gage convince her that he's more than his reputation and that she's the only prize he's really after?
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Gage Powell walked away from his bull riding debut after seeing his brother killed. Years later he is back to win it all with his past haunting him. Sierra Montez is trying to prove herself at the family business with a sponsorship campaign for the rookie bull riders. When sparks start flying can they continue working together?
I loved this story, especially how real Gage's character is.
Gage (American Extreme Bull Riders Tour Book 8) by Katherine Garbera
This is Gage Powell and Sierra Montez's story.
Another great bull rider story. Gage is another stubborn hard headed bull rider. It must go with the territory. There is just something about Gage that you just feel for him. With the loss of his brother and his difficult relationship with his father Gage is going through some tough times. Then he meets Sierra. One thing for sure the chemistry is really hot between these two.
FYI, contains mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
I've really enjoyed this series. Each book in the series has focused on one bull rider and the woman he falls for. In Gage's book, he meets Sierra, one of his sponsors and it's instant attraction. Despite that attraction, Gage is focused. He's out to prove himself to his father and he doesn't need the distraction Sierra causes. Because of this, there is a lot of pushing away by Gage. Personally, I prefer the Hero to know what he wants and to go for it, so that's why this was a good read, but not my favorite out of the series. This will appeal more to readers who love the angst of the push/pull dynamic. ARC provided by NetGalley.