Review: Getting Ahead (Rodeo Stars, Book 1) by Emily Cale

Amber goes to a ranch for her last week of training for her barrel racing contest.  She fell of her horse at the last race and is trying to work up the courage to get back on her horse.  A ranch hand offers to help her but she pushes him away.  Colt knows what Amber is going through as he was knocked off his horse and got stepped on.  Amber finally lets Colt help her and the relationship begins.  

The characters were well thought up and the banter was nice between them.  Some scenes you just wanted to slap some sense into Amber.  The setting was good and the short story was fun to read.  

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Getting Ahead (Rodeo Stars, Book 1) 

Emily Cale

Genre: Western Romance

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Book Blurb:

Colton is exactly the kind of distraction Amber doesn’t want, but he might be exactly what she needs to get back on track.

Recovering from a bad fall during competition, Amber McDonald decides to spend her last week of training before her next rodeo at a Colorado ranch, away from any and all distractions. It’d be the perfect arrangement—if only her fear wasn’t stopping her from getting back on her horse.

Then Colt Riley steps in. He’s sexy and seems to have incredible insight into her situation, but he’s everything she’s been trying to stay away from.

Colt knows exactly what Amber is going through…because he’s been there before. Forced to give up his riding career after an accident, he sets his mind to helping her get back on track. All that’s easier said than done, especially when she discovers his hidden past. Will his efforts be enough to help her get ahead?

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