Luke's Ride

The time has come for him to cowboy up…

He’s spent fifteen years at the rodeo, protecting riders when they hit the dirt. But what exactly is a bullfighter after a bull takes him down in the arena and lands him in a wheelchair? That’s what Luke Cameron’s still struggling to figure out. And if Katie Garrison, in the middle of a controversial divorce, can help him find a new kind of life…well…he’s not one to turn her down! But she’s still a married woman and her husband isn’t going to let her go without a fight. Besides, Luke may never walk again. What kind of life can he give a woman like Katie?

Luke let out a soft whistle.
"Dang, girl! Why do you keep that handsome mane bundled up like an old-maid schoolmarm?"
Katie tried to gather her hair back into some order and finally settled for pulling it to hang through the back of the cap.
"My husband didn't like me to wear it loose," she replied. "Too casual, he said. e wanted me to cut it to look more polished." Reflexively she rubbed the third finder on the left hand.
"Your husband sounds like a damn fool. Sorry, but that's how it looks to me. I'm glad you stood your ground."
"Me, too, not that it matters now."
"Sure it does - it matters to you." He studied her. "So...you ran away from home?"

Luke let out a soft whistle.
”Dang, girl! Why do you keep that handsome mane bundled up like an old-maid schoolmarm?”
Katie tried to gather her hair back into some order and finally settled for pulling it to hang through the back of the cap.
”My husband didn’t like me to wear it loose,” she replied. “Too casual, he said. e wanted me to cut it to look more polished.” Reflexively she rubbed the third finder on the left hand.
”Your husband sounds like a damn fool. Sorry, but that’s how it looks to me. I’m glad you stood your ground.”
”Me, too, not that it matters now.”
”Sure it does - it matters to you.” He studied her. “So...you ran away from home?”