I exhaled and slid Shae-Lynn’s pink armband over my forearm. I kissed it, then did a prayer before climbing into the chute. “This isn’t about you anymore. I got something to prove.”
Rodeo is all Billy Ryan and his brother Cole have ever known until one deadly wreck changes everything. With their mom requiring full-time care and Cole dealing with his own demons, Billy needs to step up to take care of his family. So he walks away from his future as a champion bull rider. Convincing himself he didn’t quit because he lost his nerve…
Barrel racer Shae-Lynn, the sweet good-girl-next-door, grew up with the boys on the rodeo circuit. She’s the only person who knows Billy better than he knows himself. She could help him get back in the ring, but there’s a limit to how many times she’ll watch him make the same mistakes…especially when it comes to her heart.
Intense, emotional and complex, this is Friday Night Lights meets Nicholas Sparks’ The Longest Ride… with edge!
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About the Author
D.R. Graham is the author of both sweet and edgy young adult and new adult novels for HarperCollins and Entangled Publishing: One Percenter, The Handler, It Is What It Is, The Noir et Bleu, Rank, Britannia Beach Series (Put It Out There, What Are The Chances?, And Then What?), and the Apple iBooks bestselling young adult novel, Hit That And You're Dead. She was also an award-winning columnist for the Richmond News.
She worked as a social worker with at-risk youth for seven years before becoming a therapist in private practice. The clients she works with are children and teenagers. Her romance, suspense, and psychological thrillers deal with issues relevant to teens and new adults in love, transition, or crisis.
She currently lives in Vancouver, Canada with her husband.
My name is Danielle. I write both Young Adult and New Adult novels under the author name D.R. Graham. I am a child and family therapist and prior to going into private practice I worked as a social worker with at-risk youth. The novels I write deal with issues relevant to young and new adults in love, transition, or crisis. I am also an award winning columnist for the Richmond News. I currently live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband.