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On the other side of the water, the crazy man at the wheel let out another giant whoop as the truck pulled up the creek bed and bounced onto another road. “That was great!

I love it!”

Finally letting himself breath freely again, Chase wished he could say the same.

Once it was pretty obvious the sports car couldn’t follow, and they were well out of sight, Chase let himself start to think he might live to see another day.

The driver finally slowed the truck to something nearer the speed limit and glanced over. “Where can I drop you?”

“Shit, my truck’s back at the sports arena.” That would be the last time Chase would agree when a woman said she’d drive. From now on, he’d follow in his own truck.

He’d also think to ask if she was married or not.

“No problem. We’re not too far from the arena. I’m John Dollar by the way. Folks usually just call me Dollar.”

“Chase Reese. Oh, man. I don’t know how to thank you.”

John shot him a crooked smile. “Don’t worry about it.

I haven’t had that much fun in a long time.”

“No, really. I know I must have looked like a crazy man, running down the road, you know, naked like that, and you stopped anyway.” That made Chase wonder if he would have done the same. “Why did you pick me up?”

“Just paying it forward, dude. I’ve been in a similar position thanks to Ms. Jenny.”

Chase’s eyes opened wide as the realization hit him.

“Do you mean… You…? And her?”

He hadn’t been this woman’s first romp on the cheating side. Chase supposed he shouldn’t be surprised by that.

“Yup.” Dollar grinned wide. “She’s been trying to teach that husband of hers a lesson for years now. You’d think he’d have learned it by now. Or at least gotten tired and divorced her. Hey, you wanna grab a beer? There’s a bar on the way.”

“Oh, yeah. I sure could use one.” Shaking his head, Chase still couldn’t believe it all. He hadn’t gotten to finish what he’d started, but it sure had been one hell of an eight-second ride. One he wouldn’t forget any time soon.

The End

Also in the Studs in Spurs Series by Cat Johnson

UNRIDDEN

Studs in Spurs, Book 1

When country boys meet a city girl, everyone is in for a wild ride.

Slade Bower and Mustang Jackson are living the high life on the professional bull-riding circuit. The prize money is big, the bulls are rank, and the women are willing. But something is missing.

For Slade, waking up in a different city with a different woman each morning is holding less and less appeal. Even Mustang’s creative attempts to shake things up don’t help.

Then along comes a big-city author who’s like nothing they’ve ever encountered. Something about her makes Slade sit up and take notice—and Mustang is always up for anything.

Romance writer Jenna Block has a problem: her agent thinks a cowboy book will jump-start her career. A born New Yorker, Jenna doesn’t do cowboys, not on paper, and definitely not in real life. Luckily for her there are two cowboys ready, willing and able to take her out of her comfort zone in every way that counts…and some ways she hadn’t counted on.

Warning
: This story contains two hot cowboys, one very lucky woman, hot ménage sex, and lots of bull.

BUCKED

Studs in Spurs, Book 2

This cowboy is looking for more than just an eight-second ride.

Mustang Jackson does two things well—ride bulls and love women. So the injury that takes him out of the arena leaves him only one way to make a living. Unfortunately, getting paid to be a stud in front of the camera isn’t as fun as private conquests. When he catches sight of little Sage Beckett, minus the glasses, braces and pigtails he remembers, doing time in his hometown suddenly gets a lot more interesting.

Sage had a crush on Michael long before he started using that ridiculous nickname “Mustang”. Though from what she’s overheard about his string of buckle bunnies, the man more than lives up to it. In the past he always looked right through her. Now that he’s home again, she’s determined to capture and tame this wild stallion, no matter what it takes.

She intends to satisfy her curiosity and move on, but with every touch she’s less sure she’ll ever purge him from her system. Once corralled in her arms, Mustang finds himself thinking that domestication may not be so bad after all.

Except, once she finds out about his side job, she may not stick for the next go-round.

Warning:
Contains one well-hung cowboy riding much more than just bulls, some ménage action in front of and behind the camera, some whips and chains and some red-hot cowboy loving.

About the Author

Cat Johnson is an award-winning author of contemporary
erotic romance in genres including military, cowboy,
ménage and paranormal. A Junior Leaguer and
professional harpist, and uses her laptop so much she wore
the letters off the keyboard within a year. Known for her
creative marketing and research practices, she owns an
entire collection of camouflage shoes, and a fair number of
her friends/book consultants wear combat boots for a
living. She’s the sponsor for a real live, bull riding cowboy
who not only helped her write her current cowboy releases,
Rough Stock
,
Unridden
and
Bucked
but also inspired the
character of the charming young bull rider Chase. For
more visit www.catjohnson.net

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