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My father raised me to never rely on some man to save me—I needed to do my own saving he said. And if I still wanted a man after I saved myself he’d be more than willing to give that man his blessing.Now I’m in my midthirties and I’m still saving myself one failed date after another.I don’t know if it’s the grease under my fingernails from working on bikes all day or if it’s the fact I’m taller than most of them. There’s just something about me that doesn’t earn a callback. Maybe I saved myself so well I don’t need a man at allDeciding that being single and awesome isn’t so bad I pack up my apartment and abandon the city looking for a tree change and a quieter life.But small towns notice when giant women move in and it isn’t long before I’m the center of the latest gossip involving some rather outdated thinking. It’s nothing I haven’t heard before but the sting is still the same which is why I take my Harley out to clear my head.I didn’t realize I was heading onto someone else’s land.I also didn’t realize the rumble of my engine would frighten the grazing cattle.And I definitely didn’t realize how much bulls hate motorcycles.Lucky for me Austin Cassidy realized all those things and came to my rescue.With his big strong arms and a smile I’d sell my Harley to see more of my cowboy hero is the first man I’ve ever met who makes me feel small—he’s also the only person in this town who doesn’t treat me like an outsider.It’s not long before I’m wondering if my dad had it all wrong. Maybe being saved by a man—or a very attractive cowboy—isn’t so bad after all.


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Copy link here https://greatfull.fileoz.club/pale=B08BPHG6QH My father raised me to

never rely on some man to save me—I needed to do my own saving he said. And if I still

wanted a man after I saved myself heâ€d be more than willing to give that man his

blessing.Now Iâ€m in my midthirties and Iâ€m still saving myself one failed date

after another.I donâ€t know if itâ€s the grease under my fingernails from working on

bikes all day or if itâ€s the fact Iâ€m taller than most of them. Thereâ€s just

something about me that doesnâ€t earn a callback. Maybe I saved myself so well I

donâ€t need a man at allDeciding that being single and awesome isnâ€t so bad I pack

up my apartment and abandon the city looking for a tree change and a quieter life.But

small towns notice when giant women move in and it isnâ€t long before Iâ€m the

center of the latest gossip involving some rather outdated thinking. Itâ€s nothing I

havenâ€t heard before but the sting is still the same which is why I take my Harley out

to clear my head.I didnâ€t realize I was heading onto someone elseâ€s land.I also

didnâ€t realize the rumble of my engine would frighten the grazing cattle.And I

definitely didnâ€t realize how much bulls hate motorcycles.Lucky for me Austin

Cassidy realized all those things and came to my rescue.With his big strong arms and a

smile Iâ€d sell my Harley to see more of my cowboy hero is the first man Iâ€ve ever

met who makes me feel small—heâ€s also the only person in this town who

doesnâ€t treat me like an outsider.Itâ€s not long before Iâ€m wondering if my dad

had it all wrong. Maybe being saved by a man—or a very attractive cowboy—isnâ€t

so bad after all.

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