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Beware the Cowboy

By BellaAngela56 All Rights Reserved ©

Drama / Romance

Prologue

Reilly Jones works at Ruby’s Inn. A prominent diner in Red Oak. She’s young, naive and last but certainly not least, one of the only black waitresses working there. She tries to keep a low profile and to herself but little does she know she’s on the radar of every guy in a five mile radius of the Ruby’s. However, she thinks herself an average girl like any other. Only her mother died when she was little and her father spent most of his time at the local bar nursing more than one beer and she has the mental scars that tell differently. That and she longs to be important ... a least to someone. Gerard Grant always gets the girl. He’s a strikingly gorgeous cowboy, not afraid to speak his mind and as typical rich guys go ... he’s arrogant. He takes pride in overseeing his family’s ranch but when he’s not working the ranch, he likes to have fun. Being oh so sure of himself, he gets in on a seemingly harmless bet with a few of his cowhands. The Bet: to get the most unbelievably beautiful and unattainable girl in town, Reilly Jones, to go out with them. Being who he is, he doesn’t expect that her to toss Iced Tea in his face or worse, reject him and it stings. However, little does the beauty know the games are only just beginning because as everyone knows in Red Oak, this Grant always gets what he wants. All Rights Reserved!!! Highest Rank: #2 in General Fiction

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