Cowboy and Indian
By Darryl Sollerh
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Published: May 11, 2013
Words: 29,760 (approximate)
"Highly recommended." PACIFIC BOOK REVIEWS
A bucking-bronco romance about a rodeo cowboy with a saddle-bag full of unrealized dreams who, after being injured in a freak accident, is forced to hire the only person he can afford, namely a smart but struggling East Indian physical therapist surviving here on an expired visa.
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" PACIFIC BOOK REVIEWS
When Billy, a down-on-his-luck rodeo rider with a saddle-bag full of unrealized dreams wakes up in an emergency room to find both his legs have been broken in a freak accident, he thinks his life is over. Which is exactly how Mira, a smart, beautiful, East-Indian-bred physical therapist feels, barely surviving here on an expired visa against her family's wishes, watching her dreams fade like a Texas sunset. Yet this is exactly how Billy and Mira end up in a shotgun relationship of necessity -- each feeling hog-tied by circumstances, each hellbent to find a new reason to hope -- only to soon find themselves battling each other, confusing, rattling and exposing them in ways they would have never dreamed possible -- all so a cowboy and Indian can finally discover a fierce, raw love capable of winning their wily but true hearts. "Highly recommended...a refreshing change from the norm." READERS' FAVORITE REVIEWS
, romantic comedy
, inspirational romance
, multicultural romance
, romantic adventure
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