Spencer Quinn has an image to uphold. His family name means more than anything. It’s the reason the reason they’ve become the most successful stock contractor on the rodeo circuit. Fresh out of school, he’s ready to take over the family business. It’s no secret he’s attracted to men, and so far that hasn’t been a problem.
The assertive friend who knows how to push every one of his buttons.
Evan Taylor is known for his love ‘em and leave ‘em style, yet the last few months have left him deflated and lonely. His father’s shadow wasn’t where he wanted to end up, but he’s having trouble finding happiness. Maybe because women can’t keep his attention. He’s losing hope of settling down until a blast from the past saunters by, his heart catches and tingles spread over his skin.
Of all people, Spencer. The one person who would never give Evan a second glance. It’s just his luck.
The old saying, “Bad luck is better than none at all” fits Evan perfectly. Or does it? Is his bad luck about to change? Will Spencer Quinn be a good luck charm instead?
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Spencer stopped by to talk about Evan, and one of the things that still shocks him about the stubborn cowboy. I love how his love comes shining through even in this little look. Read and enjoy!
At the risk of sounding like a country bumpkin, I’ll rip out that old cliché’ momma used to preach Ross and I when we were boys. “Don’t judge a book by its cover” she’d always say. Man, Dad, Ross and I still miss her. She was the rock all of us Quinns relied on. And damn it if she wasn’t right, even from the grave.
My brother and Evan Taylor had been buds for a long time. I had watched from a good distance how he flirted with all the buckle bunnies who flocked to him when we’d be at an event.
But then I got to know him, and Momma’s voice kept creeping in. So, I’d listen to Evan. I agreed to this, went here and there with him. The more we were together, the more I laughed. I mean really laughed. I let my guard down for the first time in God knows how long. Evan was the first person to work his way in.
I’m glad he tried so hard, I just never would have guessed the party boy would like a quiet, some say “stuffy”, cowboy like me. The moment that got me choked up though, was sitting at his boss’s house, listening to Dennis and Evan talk.
I thought I’d figured him out completely. But hearing how Evan had tried to go back to school, how he was the hardest working hand on Dennis’s ranch, how he was going to have his dream job soon. I was so proud. But Dennis slipped, he didn’t think I’d caught it, but before he could reroute the conversation, it was clear Evan didn’t think he was good enough for me because I had graduated college.
That was a promise to Momma, nothing else. Excuse me. Geez. I think something’s caught in my throat. I can’t. Quit coughing. Oh, man. Sorry about that. I guess it still hits me a little harder than I thought, to have Evan think he wasn’t good enough for me. Damn man. One of these days he’s gonna realize he was the best thing to ever happen to me.
About The Authors:
Born and raised in Texas, Jennah Scott is a transplant to Missouri long enough ago she should probably consider that her hometown. But she will forever be a Texan. She loves to write any story that will make a reader smile, laugh, and maybe even cry (although you won’t ever hear her admit that she cries). No matter what her next crazy idea turns out to be, there will always be romance for everyone.
H. Sterling has published multiple contemporary romance books, usually on the more sweet and sassy side of the line, using her alter ego. After pairing up with Jennah she discovered just how much fun writing hot, sexy cowboys can be. Together they experienced how quickly stories can write themselves. Stick around, there’s plenty more to come!
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nice– It is a great story –well worth reading– yay Jennah Scott
Loved this story. I didn’t want to put the book down.