Bull Rider Quotes

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Karen Kingsbury
“Three years? That's a thousand tomorrows, ma'am.”
Karen Kingsbury

Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
“I wasn't raised to let a woman walk through a dimly lit parking lot alone. Wasn't born in a cornfield, you know.”

Velia turned. “No, I didn't know. So, you're quite a gentleman. Don't we sound like a good pair—the devil woman and the gentleman?”
Mary J. McCoy-Dressel, Howdy, Ma'am

Catt Ford
“Clay sat up, swinging a leg over Jeff's body to straddle him. He grabbed both wrists and pinned them by Jeff's head, bending closer until they shared a breath between parted lips.

"There's something about you, Jeff. Always something."

"I'm just an ordinary guy --" Jeff stopped when Clay shook his head vigorously.

"You're not. You're special."

"Special how?"

"You taste good.”
Catt Ford, Extreme Bull

Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
“She grabbed her clutch bag and circled her arms around his neck. "Caulder McCutchen, I'm really not sure what you are."

He lifted his head and looked down at her, squinted. "I'm a man. Enough said?"

Velia smiled and looped her arm through his. "Yes, sir. Shall we go?”
Mary J. McCoy-Dressel, Howdy, Ma'am

Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
“Even though he was busy adjusting and gripping his rope, he glanced over and smiled.

She had her camera up waiting for a moment such as this. His whole face
seemed to glow when he smiled, not to mention added another aspect to his
handsomeness.”
Mary J. McCoy-Dressel, Howdy, Ma'am