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The Last Rodeo Book Summary : The most important two words for this Wrangler's Creek rodeo cowboy? I do... Lucian Granger isn't winning any Mr. Cowboy Congeniality awards. Known in his small Texas town as "Lucifer" thanks to his surly nature and knack for scaring people away from getting too close, the handsome rancher has no trouble ignoring the gossip. But when he's in danger of losing the land he's put his blood, sweat and tears into maintaining, Lucian sets out to prove he's a changed man--by claiming he's about to settle down with his invaluable assistant, Karlee O'Malley. Their pending nuptials may be just for show, but from the moment they kiss, the proverbial fireworks start going off in his head--and in his heart. Before long, the man who's usually as emotional as a brick wall is tired of pretending and wants to share a real future with Karlee. With his world suddenly turned upside down, Lucian will risk losing the business and the ranch if it means holding on to the one woman worth becoming a better man for.
Peyton Manning Book Summary : After suffering one of the cruelest cuts in NFL history by a team where he spent his entire professional career, quarterback Peyton Manning put his injured neck and sterling reputation on the line with the Denver Broncos in the fall of 2012. We don t have a Plan B, Broncos executive John Elway said the previous March when he signed the thirty-six year-old Manning: We re going [with] Plan A! In Peyton Manning: The Last Rodeo, veteran sports writer Mark Kiszla follows Manning from training camp through Manning s first and second seasons, and ultimately, Super Bowl 50."
The Last Rodeo Book Summary : Epic in scope in the tradition of Sometimes a Great Notion, this novel explores the values of the American West as three generations carve out a working ranch in the Idaho Panhandle. On the weekend of their 60th wedding anniversary, Ray and Betsy hold a family gathering in a final celebration at the Omak Stampede Rodeo where their eldest son, Arnie, struggles to put his life back together after his wife’s death. At this rodeo once again Arnie’s life will change forever. And back on the ranch Ray and Betsy will make their last, most difficult stand as Ray shows how it’s done the cowboy way.
The Cowboy s Last Rodeo Book Summary : Shane Marvell's career as a rodeo rider is ending far too soon. He doesn’t have a plan B, so during his last season, he’s all in, determined to win as much prize money as possible--even if it means riding injured and taking more risks than he should. Ella Etxeberri has always played it safe, so when her life still takes a bad turn despite her caution, she wonders if it isn’t time to see what she’s been missing. While researching risk behaviors in rodeo riders, she meets Shane Marvell, a cowboy who merits additional study of the personal variety. Just as Ella is hitting the point to embrace risk, Shane is pulling back. He knows Ella’s all-in approach is born of curiosity and whim. He’s not what she wants forever, and perhaps Ella is one risk he can't allow himself to take.
His Last Rodeo Book Summary : Back in the saddle again… Tyler Ellis catches Kit Hayes completely off guard when he swaggers back home and into the bar she manages. Since high school, he's been a champion rodeo star…a notorious playboy…and now, apparently, a bar owner. She accepts his offer of a hefty bonus and helps him transform the place because she's desperate to escape their tiny town in the Sierras. She doesn't expect him to work this hard beside her. Where's the cocky cowboy he's supposed to be? Instead she discovers he's still the sweet, genuine young man she once knew. And so much more…including a threat to the adventurous life she craves.
Peyton Manning Book Summary : Peyton Manning is America’s quarterback. And America loves a great comeback story. Less than two years after Manning was fired from the Indianapolis Colts, he led the Denver Broncos to the Super Bowl and won pro football’s Most Valuable Player award for the fifth time. In 2013, Manning broke the league record for touchdown passes in a single season, despite a body weakened by multiple neck surgeries that threatened to end his career. Manning did it against all odds, in a manner inspirational to any football fan—or anybody who has ever lost a job and been forced to start over. Peyton Manning: The Last Rodeo follows Manning’s remarkable season with the Broncos on a wild ride to the championship game. Through it all, from the suspension of a star teammate to the heart ailment of his head coach, Manning carried the Broncos and reminded us why he is one of America’s most beloved role models.
The Last Cowboys A Pioneer Family in the New West Book Summary : "A can't-put-it-down modern Western." —Kirk Siegler, NPR Longlisted for the PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing The Last Cowboys is Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter John Branch’s epic tale of one American family struggling to hold on to the fading vestiges of the Old West. For generations, the Wrights of southern Utah have raised cattle and world-champion saddle-bronc riders—many call them the most successful rodeo family in history. Now they find themselves fighting to save their land and livelihood as the West is transformed by urbanization, battered by drought, and rearranged by public-land disputes. Could rodeo, of all things, be the answer? Written with great lyricism and filled with vivid scenes of heartache and broken bones, The Last Cowboys is a powerful testament to the grit and integrity that fuel the American Dream.
Wrangler s Creek Redemption The Last Rodeo Cowboy Blues Book Summary : The Last Rodeo Lucian Granger isn't winning any Mr Cowboy Congeniality awards. Known to his small Texas town as 'Lucifer', Lucian is determined to win his final rodeo. But the wilful, handsome rancher is also a demanding pain in everyone's rear. Only this time, he's gone a bit too far and now he has to clean up his image...by walking down the aisle. But who would ever agree to be Mrs Lucifer? Lucian values his assistant Karlee O'Malley more than anyone else, but marry her? Even just for the summer? And yet, from the moment they kiss, the duststorm hits the corral. Big time. Before long, his family is out of control and Lucian risks losing the business, the ranch...and the one woman worth becoming a better man for. Cowboy Blues Setting rules and following them to the letter is part of cowboy Nick Haskins's code. It keeps life uncomplicated, and his heart intact. The love he had for his high school sweetheart is ashes in the wind, but he's not counting on her twin, Lindsay Gavin, to show up on his ranch - or in his dreams. Lindsay's got a code of her own: hands off her sister's guy. But now that Nick is free to share his bunkhouse and his bed, she can't help but take what he's offering. There's no harm in satisfying years' worth of curiosity. There's no shame in indulging in the sexiest fun of her life. Only, when Nick and Lindsay let desire set fire to the rules, will they both end up getting burned?
The Last Rodeo Book Summary : The most important two words for this Wrangler’s Creek rodeo cowboy? I do... Lucian Granger isn’t winning any Mr. Cowboy Congeniality awards. Known in his small Texas town as “Lucifer” thanks to his surly nature and knack for scaring people away from getting too close, the handsome rancher has no trouble ignoring the gossip. But when he’s in danger of losing the land he’s put his blood, sweat and tears into maintaining, Lucian sets out to prove he’s a changed man—by claiming he’s about to settle down with his invaluable assistant, Karlee O’Malley. Their pending nuptials may be just for show, but from the moment they kiss, the proverbial fireworks start going off in his head—and in his heart. Before long, the man who’s usually as emotional as a brick wall is tired of pretending and wants to share a real future with Karlee. With his world suddenly turned upside down, Lucian will risk losing the business and the ranch if it means holding on to the one woman worth becoming a better man for.
Last Chance Rodeo Book Summary : "Dell takes you on a fun, wild ride!" —B.J. DANIELS, New York Times Bestselling Author He came to Blackfeet Nation looking for his missing horse And found the heart he'd lost along the way. One thoughtless moment cost David Parsons everything—his irreplaceable horse, his rodeo career, and his fiancée. After four long years he's finally tracked his horse to the Blackfeet Reservation and is ready to reclaim his pride. It should be the happiest day of his life. But the troubled young boy who's riding Muddy now has had more than his fair share of hard knocks, and his fierce guardian Mary Steele will do whatever it takes to make sure losing this horse isn't the blow that levels him. David finds himself drawn to both woman and child, and is faced with a soul-wrenching dilemma: take his lost shot at rodeo glory...or claim what could be his last chance to make his shattered heart whole? Author Kari Lynn Dell is a Blackfeet descendant who lives with her family on the reservation and brings a lifetime of rodeo experience to this touching family drama. What People Are Saying about Kari Lynn Dell: "Look out, world! There's a new cowboy in town." —CAROLYN BROWN, New York Times Bestselling Author "An extraordinarily gifted writer."—KAREN TEMPLETON, author of Wed in the West series "Real Ranches. Real Rodeo. Real Romance."—LAURA DRAKE, author of Sweet on a Cowboy series "A sexy, engaging romance set in the captivating world of rodeo."—Kirkus "Illuminating...a standout in western romance."—Publishers Weekly
The Triplets Rodeo Man Book Summary : Jack Morgan came home to the Morgans' Texas ranch on urgent family business—not to get roped into marriage. But he's finding it impossible to steer clear of his attraction to angelic Cricket Jasper. Now the virtuous deacon is pregnant…with triplets! The sexy rodeo rider has always been in Cricket's secret prayers. But she never dreamed she'd be having Jack's babies! She knows the firstborn Morgan son came home to make things right with his estranged father. Now he's about to become a father. What will it take to make a family man out of this wandering rover? Because if three babies and the love of a good woman aren't enough to settle down this lonesome cowboy, nothing will be!
Aloha Rodeo Book Summary : The triumphant true story of the native Hawaiian cowboys who shocked America at the 1908 world rodeo championships "An inspiring and impeccably crafted story of against-all-odds triumph.” —Simon Winchester "Groundbreaking. … Not only a must-read, but an essential addition. … One of the best single volumes on the rise and diversity of the North American cattle industry and the cowboy culture." —True West In August 1908, three unknown riders arrived in Cheyenne, Wyoming, their hats adorned with wildflowers, to compete in the world’s greatest rodeo. Steer-roping virtuoso Ikua Purdy and his cousins Jack Low and Archie Ka’au’a had travelled 4,200 miles from Hawaii, of all places, to test themselves against the toughest riders in the West. Dismissed by whites, who considered themselves the only true cowboys, the native Hawaiians would astonish the country, returning home champions—and American legends. An unforgettable human drama set against the rough-knuckled frontier, David Wolman and Julian Smith’s Aloha Rodeo unspools the fascinating and little-known true story of the Hawaiian cowboys, or paniolo, whose 1908 adventure upended the conventional history of the American West. What few understood when the three paniolo rode into Cheyenne is that the Hawaiians were no underdogs. They were the product of a deeply engrained cattle culture that was twice as old as that of the Great Plains, for Hawaiians had been chasing cattle over the islands’ rugged volcanic slopes and through thick tropical forests since the late 1700s. Tracing the life story of Purdy and his cousins, Wolman and Smith delve into the dual histories of ranching and cowboys in the islands, and the meteoric rise and sudden fall of Cheyenne, “Holy City of the Cow.” At the turn of the twentieth century, larger-than-life personalities like “Buffalo Bill” Cody and Theodore Roosevelt capitalized on a national obsession with the Wild West and helped transform Cheyenne’s annual Frontier Days celebration into an unparalleled rodeo spectacle, the “Daddy of ‘em All.” The hopes of all Hawaii rode on the three riders’ shoulders during those dusty days in August 1908. The U.S. had forcibly annexed the islands just a decade earlier. The young Hawaiians brought the pride of a people struggling to preserve their cultural identity and anxious about their future under the rule of overlords an ocean away. In Cheyenne, they didn’t just astound the locals; they also overturned simplistic thinking about cattle country, the binary narrative of “cowboys versus Indians,” and the very concept of the Wild West. Blending sport and history, while exploring questions of identity, imperialism, and race, Aloha Rodeo spotlights an overlooked and riveting chapter in the saga of the American West.
Wild Ride Book Summary : Highlighted by two hundred full-color and black-and-white photographs, a colorful history of the rodeo ranges from its Mexican origins to today's professional circuits, capturing the mystique of the American cowboy and his role in Western folklore.