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Publisher Description

Cocky, young Aussie bull rider Troy Jensen has been busted down to the pro-circuit. He needs wins and points to get him back into the big league and a shot at being crowned champ but an injury forces him off the circuit and into the arms of the woman fate keeps putting in his path.

The first time local Doc Joss Garrity meets Troy, she’s brandishing a lug wrench. The second time, he’s dragging her delinquent teen son home. The third time, he’s in her ER. How he ends up convalescing at her house she’s not quite sure. But it does make it hard to ignore him and their simmering attraction.

As Troy gets to know Joss, he starts to see a life after bull riding for the first time. But can Joss risk her heart on another man who may not come home one day?

August 8
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

1Alannah ,

Sweet romance

A sexy cowboy romance. The June December romance had problems but eventually worked out. The underlying message about concussions and how bull riders worked the circuit added to this book.

Eileen A-W ,

Hot, Hot, Hot!!

I truly enjoyed Troy by Amy Andrews, the fifth book in the American Extreme Bull Riders Tour. Troy Jensen is a young bull rider from Australia looking for wins and points in order to return to the big league of bull riders. Doc Joss Garrity has three encounters with the younger Troy before she is willing to admit fate keeps getting the together. The off the charts, sizzling sexual chemistry doesn’t hurt either. However, after losing her husband, she is not sure she can risk loving another man who might not come home one day.

I really enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down. Ms. Adams drew me in and did not let go until I read the last page. I recommend this book to other readers and while I for one look forward to the next book in this wonderful series

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

yellville ,


Interesting take on romance when damaged people take a chance on love. Both have hangups they must overcome but find ways to welcome each other into their lives. It was nice to see how a guy could mentor his partner’s teen son

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