Hey, Cowboy

Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Hey, Cowboy
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Release Date
July 2014
Book 2 of Bull Rider Series
Western Romance

In Hey, Cowboy, a break in the season finds Velia Armano and Caulder McCutchen back in Tucson, Arizona. Family, friends, and rowdy cowboys are brought together to share in joy…and sometimes pain.

The last year with Caulder has given her trust and strength like she's never known. But, her strength is weakened. Enemies harbor a vendetta against her and her family…and anyone who gets in the way.

Caulder vows to protect Velia, yet little does he know the lengths he'll have to go— He learns that sometimes a hero has to prove he is one.

He'd like to give her the world, be the man she needs, but an injury during break threatens his career. How can he give her everything when his future hangs in the balance?

All they ask for is a peaceful life together—a new bull riding season with a chance to win the coveted gold buckle, and a happily ever after.

Happiness is within reach if their burning love is strong enough to overcome enemies plotting against Velia's family—and a possible career-ending injury for Caulder.

Book Review by Angie Just Read... (reviewer)
Sep 04, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
216 people found the following review helpful
If you fell in love with Velia Armano and Caulder McCutcheon in HOWDY, MA'AM, ease on in and see where this couple's continued journey takes them in HEY, COWBOY. It's another wonderful ride!

Bull rider Caulder McCutcheon and professional photographer Velia Armano's year together has brought them joys, disappointments, closure, and most importantly love, but as they attempt to make a life together, ugly reminders of the past create new obstacles before the upcoming rodeo season even begins.

Mary McCoy-Dressel's outstanding follow up to Howdy, Ma'am is well-plotted, realistic, and strikes a finely tuned balance between romance, drama, and family issues that keeps the reader totally immersed in the trials and tribulations of a wonderful couple one can't help but empathize with and cheer for.

Fans of contemporary cowboy romance will fall in love with Calder and Velia all over again and are bound to seek out other titles by a talented author who really knows her stuff. Ms. McCoy-Dressel has me addicted to her gentleman cowboys and leaves me eagerly anticipating each new tale.
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