One ... Two ... Three ...
JD McCall lives his life fast and focused on exactly what's in front of him: the next woman, the next drink, the next eight seconds on a rank bull. As best man in his brother's wedding, JD scoffs at the idea of love—where's the fun in that? The one good thing about the wedding is Everly Mitchell, the maid of honor—a tall, gorgeous, feisty redhead who hails all the way from New York City. He figures it's only polite to show the city gal the ropes of being with a cowboy. After all, isn't that what a Southern gentleman is supposed to do?
Four ... Five ...
When the National Bull Rider tour leads JD to the big city, he saddles up with Ev, who ends up dealing him an even faster lifestyle than his own, full of lights, cameras, and plenty of action. Now on Ev's concrete turf, JD realizes a simple bull rider is no match for a savvy businesswoman.
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JD is used to being the one who does the heart breaking. He likes to fool around, not be made a fool.
The McCall curse strikes again. How is JD going to get out of this one?
Beyond Eight Seconds is the newest adventure in the In the Reins series, includes all of Green Briar's herd members, and continues the love stories found in In the Reins, Cowboy Away, and Show Pen Promise.
The In the Reins series: Kick off your boots, lasso a love story, and let a handsome cowboy take you away.
Passionate, captivating, and full of equine epiphanies, this romance series of four books and counting is sure to touch your inner cowgirl. Start at the beginning and read them all:
Book 1: In the Reins
Book 2: Cowboy Away
Book 3: Show Pen Promise
Book 4: Beyond Eight Seconds
About the Author
Carly Kade is an award-winning author, horse owner, creativity coach, and the host of the Equestrian Author Spotlight Podcast. She helps fellow writers start, grow, and expand their author careers. Creative writing makes her spurs jingle!
Carly's In the Reins equestrian romance book series was written with horse lovers in mind, no matter which discipline they ride. The horses are as vital to moving the story forward as the human characters are.
These books are perfect for poolside reading, taking to the beach, or settling down with after a day of horseback riding.