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Rodeo Cowboys on Screen and Western Actors in the Arena
Author: Jim Ryan
Publisher: McFarland Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
"This reference book provides career profiles of both types of performers who crossed over between acting and cowboying . Chapters trace the careers of notable rodeo stars who appeared on film or TV, detail the rodeo appearances that made their names in electronic entertainment first, and list the cowboy, western adventure and related films from the era"--Provided by publisher.
An unexpected match Life is pretty good for champion bull rider Dustin Lincoln. Every week is a different town, a new woman and a fierce competition. Until he takes a job organizing a rodeo and meets his new boss, rancher Maxine Porter. She’s brash, aggressive and wants to replace bull riding with a polo match. Working together won’t be easy—they don’t see eye to eye on anything! Yet Dusty can’t help admiring Max’s determination and commitment to those she loves, including her adorable eight-year-old son. For the first time in a long time someone is depending on Dusty, and he likes it. But that may change when Max finds out why he’s really in town…
Her Rodeo Cowboy by Debra Clopton Everything Montana Brown thought she knew about love and marriage is upended when her parents split up. Shaken, she heads to Mule Hollow, Texas, to take a chance on an old dream: being a cowgirl. Handsome cowboy Luke Holden is going after his own dream of expanding his ranch. But the Mule Hollow matchmakers are fixin’ to lasso Luke and Montana together—with a little faith and love. The Rancher’s Answered Prayer by Arlene James According to the will, single mom Tina Kemp’s stepfather left her his house, but his nephew, Wyatt Smith, inherited the ranch—including the land the house stands upon. With neither willing to give up their legacy, they must find a way to make it work. Can these adversaries possibly share a home…without falling for each other?
Finding Her Way To Love Everything accountant Montana Brown thought she knew about love and marriage goes topsy-turvy when her parents split up. Shaken, she heads to Mule Hollow, Texas, to stay with family and take a chance on an old dream: being a cowgirl. With all her might, she tries to resist the charms of a too-handsome cowboy. Luke Holden is going after his own dream of expanding his ranch. A wife isn't on his wish list. But the Mule Hollow matchmakers are fixin' to lasso Luke and Montana together—with a little faith and love.
Includes Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and surrounding areas in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. Also included in the book is the history, resorts & lodges, guest ranchers, the arts, attractions, hunting, and more.
The Heart Of The Matter Beau Adams should be focused on getting himself and Midnight, the Harts' prized stallion, to the National Finals Rodeo, but he can’t stop thinking about the feisty Sierra Byrne. They have an electric connection, and Beau hopes it's the beginning of something more.
A FAMILY HOUSEWARMING Visitors are rare at widower Michael Moreno's Rodeo, Montana, ranch. When Samantha Read and her two sons turn up, seeking shelter in a snowstorm, his kids are ecstatic. Michael is less enthusiastic. Sammy's sophisticated city vibe seems out of place in his country home. But even he can't deny that the bubbly beauty lights up the whole house. Though Sammy doesn't know much about ranching, she recognizes an aching heart when she sees one. Michael and his kids could use some cheer, and she's determined to make the most of their time together. But as the heat between Sammy and Michael threatens to melt the snow, Sammy wonders if Michael's heart could be thawing, as well…
A home…for good? The Cowboy’s Homecoming by Donna Alward Once, rodeo star Rylan Duggan had called Crooked Valley Ranch home. But after an incredible romantic night with neighboring rancher Kailey Brandt, he’d bolted, telling himself he preferred life on the circuit with no ties. Until now. Kailey thought she’d learned her lesson with Rylan the first time. But while helping him build Crooked Valley’s business, Kailey sees a more grounded side to the sexy cowboy. Has Rylan finally found his home? Rodeo Father by Mary Sullivan Struggling and pregnant, widowed mom Rachel McGuire wants to give her family the stability she’s never had. Travis Read dashed those hopes by buying her Rodeo, Montana, dream house. Okay, she can start over. But she wasn’t counting on such a fierce attraction between them. And this cowboy was never meant to settle down… Previously published as The Cowboy’s Homecoming and Rodeo Father