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Coke's Clown by BA Tortuga

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Coke's Clown by BA Tortuga

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About the Author
Texan to the bone and an unrepentant Daddy's Girl, BA spends her days with her basset hounds, getting tattooed, texting her sisters, and eating Mexican food. When she's not doing that, she's writing. She spends her days off watching rodeo, knitting and surfing Pinterest in the name of research. BA's personal saviors include her wife, Julia, her best friend, Sean, and coffee. Lots of good coffee.
Publication Date
April 12, 2016
Publisher's Note: This book has been previously released elsewhere. It have been revised, re-edited ansd significantly expanded for re-release with Pride Publishing.

Bullfighter Coke is having a rough time in the Roughstock universe. When his dear friend Sam Bell is injured at the finals of the bull riding season, he takes that and his injuries pretty hard. His very own clown, Dillon, is determined to take care of Coke, which is tough when Coke is usually the one to care for everyone. Coke has a huge secret from his past, though, and, when Dillon digs to discover what it is, the skeletons in Coke’s closet threaten to destroy both men.

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Something different
(Updated: March 12, 2016)
This book was a nice departure from my usual reads, in that the MCs were a little older and were already in an established relationship. As well as the romance between Coke and Dillon, the story also focuses on the many strong friendships that develop on the bullriding  circuit, bringing in quite a cast of well developed 'extras'.
I liked Dillon and Coke a lot. Their relationship was very relaxed and comfortable, both very down to earth men, so obviously in love with each other with a very intense physical side to their partnership. It is, I think, this powerful bond that enables them to overcome what life throws at them and come out the other side stronger than ever!
This story is quite an eye opener as to the dangers of the sport, and shows the resilience and the courage of the men and women involved.
I struggled a bit with some of the language, having to reread passages of dialogue particularly, but this was a really enjoyable, and somewhat educational novel.
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