The last place city girl Desiree Burke expected to find herself was living at and working on a ranch, much less butting heads with the ranch’s sexy cowboy owner, Zach Gamble. But that’s exactly… read more at Kobo.
Ranch owner Cane Kirk lost more than his arm in the war. He lost his way, battling his inner demons by challenging any cowboy unfortunate enough to get in his way. No one seems to be able to… read more at Kobo.
A Store owner was tacking a sign above his door that read "Puppies for Sale".To read this heart-warming story, go to: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cowboys-4-Christ/138210329577734?fref=photo You will be glad you took time to read it.........
He wasn't looking for trouble... And this is where Wil Marshall finds himself after checking in to the Longhorn Inn. the motel owner-who is drop dead gorgeous and feisty to boot-saves him from an even worse night behind bars. Now he owes her one, big time...Pearl never wanted that run-down motel, but her aunt didn't leave her much choice. And then this steaming hot cowboy shows up looking for a place to rest. Next thing she knows, she wants to offer him more than just room service.
If you want to get acquainted with the newest Dallas Cowboys Running Back Alfred Morris then you should really check out our film review on him. Alfred is much more than a football player, though. He s a very humble person. Over the next several days you ll likely hear all about his 1991 Maza 626, which he famously purchased for two dollars. Seriously. Two dollars for a car is a pretty freaking sweet deal, am I right? Continue reading How The Dal
2007 After 5 long years in federal prison, Griff Burkett is a free man. But the disgraced Cowboys quarterback can never return to the life he knew . In a place where football is practically a religion, Griff committed a cardinal sin, and no one is forgiving.Foster Speakman, owner and CEO of SunSouth Airlines, and his wife, Laura, are a golden couple. Successful and wealthy, theirs was a charmed life before fate cruelly intervened and denied them the one thing they wanted most—a child.
There is a variety of enraging things to read at that news article, I am focusing on this issue largely due to fair-use limitations and to highlight the utter vandalism these cretins stand ready to commit.
Sign in front of the Paradox Bookstore in Wheeling, West Virginia. According to IndieBound, the owner is the playwright Tom Stobart, who opened the shop thirty-five years ago. "We like his benevolent approach to ensuring that the good people of Wheeling (and any lucky visitors) always have something to read."