The Review Card -The Bull Rider’s Son By Cathy McDavid

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Cassidy Beckett has a secret she’s kept for six years: the identity of her son’s father. She can’t hide the truth much longer. The Easy Money Arena’s new bull manager, Shane Westcott, also happens to be the boy’s handsome uncle. But Cassidy will do anything to protect her young son, even if it means steeling her heart against Shane’s nearly irresistible charm. 

It doesn’t take Shane long to figure out two things—Cassidy’s son is his nephew, and his feelings for the boy’s beautiful mother go way beyond friendship. As a single dad, Shane knows how important a father is to a child. He also knows the men in Cassidy’s life have let her down before. Can Shane convince Cassidy to face the truth without losing her trust…or his heart?

About The Author

Cathy McDavid had no idea when she opened that first Walter Farley book in third grade, it bio picwould be a defining moment in her life. After devouring every Black Stallion and Island Stallion book written at the time — the process took over a year — she decided she wanted her own horse. Always an avid reader, she first put fingers to keyboard in 1995 and penned her first novel. She enjoyed some success with smaller publishers, but it wasn’t until 2005 when she finally got to see her first mass market paperback on the shelves of Barnes and Noble bookstores.These days, she is “mostly” retired from the corporate business world and writes full time from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona near the breath-taking McDowell Mountains, where javalina traipse across her yard, hawks fly overhead and bobcats hide in her trees. Her twenty-two year old twins have “mostly” left the house to live on their own, but return often, if only to use her washer and dryer and empty out her refrigerator — a situation that does not make her two spoiled dogs and two spoild-er cats happy.

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