Release Blitz for Ride Dirty, Cowboy by Elle Thorpe
Sunny Burke is the all-American life of the party. The golden boy everybody loves, a talented cowboy, and the man who warms my bed at night.
In rodeo circles, they call Kai Hunt ‘Frost’ because of his determination to win and his icy exterior. He’s never made it a secret he can’t stand his best friend’s girl. Aka, me.
Then the three of us got into a car and everything changed.
Because only two left it alive.
In the aftermath, I slink back home to my little country town to lick my wounds. Yet fate has other plans. When a job offer rolls in, the assignment is simple. Tour the US on the pro bull riding tour. Write down the riders’ secrets, and then share them with the world in a weekly gossip column.
But how can I go, when he’ll be there? The man who’s avoided me ever since the accident. He’s made it clear how he feels about me, and what happened that night.
What does it matter if his gaze sets my body on fire?
What does it matter if my heart screams that he’s it? He’s the one.
Not when there’s more than just the ghosts of that night keeping us apart.
Secrets, racial tensions, and heart-stopping action explode in this BWWM interracial romance. High angst and super sexy scenes make Ride Dirty, Cowboy an unmissable addition to Elle Thorpe’s Dirty Cowboy series.
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Ride Dirty, Cowboy:
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is a totally new to me author, but she does have several books out. I’m not sure if I can do this book justice, but I’m going to try my best! I will just begin by saying, OMG! This is definitely not a light hearted, easy going romance. Instead, this author tackles tough issues, that some might find hard to get through. I had so many different feelings while reading this story, it’s hard to settle on just one. I felt sadness, and awkwardness, and a bit of outrage, but overall, a sense of rightness permeated this story. I couldn’t help feeling, right from the beginning, how perfect Addie and Kai were for each other, despite the many obstacles standing in the way of their happiness.
Addie has lived a life of loneliness. She grew up a product of the Australian foster care system, abandoned by her parents. And just when she thinks she might be on the track to happiness, tragedy strikes, once again, leaving her alone. But out of that tragedy, she is given a new assignment, that takes her around the world, searching for…..something.
Kai is chasing his dream. Along the way, he finds friendship, almost a brotherhood. A horrific accident leaves him questioning everything, including his feelings for a certain woman he doesn’t think he deserves to be having feelings for!
This story had me all over the place. I was an emotional wreck, right from the beginning. There are some really harsh parts to this story, that might be difficult for some readers. But beyond that, this is a story about overcoming obstacles, keeping true to yourself, and finding love where you least expect it. It was a great story, and I’m definitely going to have to go back and read the first book in the series!