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The Rodeo Rider

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Determined to become a rodeo star, Julian Busch ends up in North Carolina at Rolling Meadows Stables, where the days are grueling, the nights are wild, and his fellow trainees will mount a cowboy faster than they will mount a horse. Life in the rodeo isn’t easy, but wit and grit lead Julian to a place he never thought he would be.

Julian unpacked his suitcase, putting everything in the chest of drawers next to his bunk – socks and belts in the top drawer, underwear in the second, shirts in the third, and blue jeans in the bottom. He peeled off his red t-shirt with an Aggies mascot on it.

“Is that natural or do you work out?”

“What do you mean?”

“That chest. It just ain’t normal.”

“Just the result of daily workouts and some weightlifting.”

“I guess I’ve got to get me some weights.”

“Don’t need to. I brought mine. They’re still in the car.”

“Think you could help me?” He pulled up his shirt showing a modicum of development.

“Sure, we’ve got ten weeks here. I’m sure we could do something with that body of yours. It has potential.”

“Well, go shower. I’m going to grab a quick nap. Wake me when you’re ready to go to dinner.” Ross went to his bunk as Julian stripped, grabbed a towel, and entered the shower. A few moments later, Julian hollered to Ross, “Hey guy, you got some soap? I didn’t pack any and there ain’t none in here.”

Ross rose from the cot and took a bar of soap to the shower room.


“Damn, you’re a hairy one,” Ross said. “Good thing your Emily didn’t let you get very far. She’d be spitting out pubic hair more than doing anything else. You want some help there?”

“What? You think I’m gay and want to touch another guy’s junk?”

“I guess I was wrong. Sorry.” Ross returned to his cot and hoped Julian didn’t notice what he was sporting. Ross was disappointed in himself. He had vowed to follow the straight path now that he was starting a new life away from the life he had led in rural Georgia, and all the peers he had secretly been with. He knew he had to work harder on suppressing his innate desires. He fell asleep, but his mind conjured up a dream of him with the man he had just met.

“The Rodeo Rider,” an erotic cowboy romance novel by Duncan More, is available from Amazon in ebook and paperback format. Click Here or on Cover Above to Purchase. Our website is

February 25, 2016 Posted by | adventure, cowboys, ebooks, erotic romance, gay romance, romance, western | , , | Leave a comment

Trail’s End

Trail's End

Western/Cowboy Fiction

Dusty Calhoun, recovering from wounds from a train robbery gone wrong, must leave the Wind River Reservation and catch up to his gang of wild boys before it is too late to save them and the gold.  A message of a traitor sets Dusty off to embark on a ride through the west with unexpected encounters and places; where he must decide who he can trust, who his pals really are, and finally put the haunting memories of the Blakely Gang to rest.  Dusty knows he never should have let Jake Willowford go on without him after all the hell and high water they have been through together.  The time has come to make it right, to see it through and to find his cowboy where the trails end.

Dusty’s eyes flutter and he cannot make out the words but he understands them inside, he sees them on her lips in the dim glow and smiles.  The fire returns but it is cool, so cool, over his naked flesh.  No one is inside the lodge now.  He shivers, the sweat rolling off his skin as his muscles strain.  The raw wounds have been covered with more powder and leaves.  The warmth returns starting at his loins and slowly spreads throughout his body.  Dusty can smell his own scent over the sage, a rich masculine scent of sex, and he is filled with thoughts of desire and of Jake’s touch.  The dark hair slicked back, calm brown eyes showing lust and love and Jake’s lithe body so eager to please take Dusty to the limit.  Jake is all that matters in Dusty’s mind’s eye.  In the semi darkness he feels release without laying a hand on himself and he breathes heavy, feeling the hurt all over again. 


The melancholy wail of the train whistle sounds off from down El Paso way where the border and the freedom of Mexico beyond its imaginary boundaries lie.  An oasis has been created a few miles outside the Texas town by the recent plentiful rains.  Jake Willowford and Frank Ward are skinny dipping in the newly formed watering hole, their clothes, boots and guns stowed away in the saddlebags of their horses.  Jake’s bobbing body is tanned from the long ride to the south while Frank’s hide is more burned than brown especially on his shoulders and back.  Jake’s dark eyes meet Frank’s lighter ones as both of them tread cool water in the deeper middle.  A warm breeze gritty with sand strikes them from the desert surroundings complementing the coolness of the pond.  

“Now this is something special.”  Jake drifts and relaxes enjoying the cool calming sensation over his bare skin. 

“It sure is.”  Frank speaks his devious thoughts.  “You want to….?”

Jake shakes his head, “Ain’t gonna happen.” 

“Trail’s End”, a cowboy/western by David Sharp, is available in the Apple iBookstores, Amazon, Sony, Kobo ebooks, B&N, Rainbow ebooks, Bookstrand, All Romance ebooks, and Coffeetime Romance.  Our website is

September 28, 2012 Posted by | adventure, cowboys, love story | , | Leave a comment

Jake’s Tale

Jake's Tale

Western/Cowboy Fiction

Separated from the cowboy he loves, Jake must find his way back or die trying, but not alone.  Together with the help of his new pal Frank Ward, a farm hand turned robber, they must endure all the dangers and desires of the rough and wild west to the end of the trail or to the end of a rope.

The moon is full overhead, illuminating the campsite with light and shadow from the surrounding trees.  A splash and a lower octave voice lure Jake toward the origin of the sounds.  Twigs snap underfoot as he walks out the cramps.  Pulling back some brush by the shore, he watches as Frank and Cole skinny dip in the lake hidden from plain sight. 

Cole grabs Frank and pushes him underwater.  Frank lunges up, breaking free, tries to turn the tables and get a hold of Cole, but Cole is stronger and manhandles him into a headlock as he walks him to shore in control.  The water drips off their nude bodies, their feet still submerged in the cool lake, and Cole wrestles Frank around in a new position maintaining the headlock but now from behind. 

“What cha doin’, Cole?”  Frank’s heart beats fast and the butterflies pound his stomach. 

“Nothing you don’t want.”  He pulls Frank closer, slightly loosening the headlock. 


“What the hell is this?  Jake stumbles, the dream dripping away, and he tries to cover his manhood with the thin blanket.  

He lies in the bed, his shirt off and pants unbuttoned, with a hand holding the only gun he has.  “I was only lying down with you, nothing else.”  Jake stands up and lets his hand drop, showing off the bulge in his jeans.  He finds his body reacting against his will.  He drops the sheet in favor of his jeans and finds that they are hard to pull up over a bulge of his own. 

“Frank, I can’t, you know that.” 

Frank puts his arms around him from behind so he can see their reflection together in the mirror.  “One of these days…”  He kisses the sweat from Jake’s neck. 

Jake exhales and leans back in the moment, lingering before pulling away.  “You are trouble.” 

“And you are one mighty fine looking man, Jake.” 

Jake breathes deeply again and smiles.  “Dusty is my world, you gotta understand.” 

“Jake’s Tale”, a cowboy/western by David Sharp, is available in the Apple iBookstores, Amazon, Sony, B&N, Rainbow ebooks, Bookstrand, All Romance ebooks, and Coffeetime Romance.  Our website is

August 9, 2012 Posted by | adventure, cowboys, love story, western | , , , | Leave a comment

The Wild Boys


The Wild Boys

Western/Cowboy Fiction

Jake’s body is as cold as ice when Dusty finds him struggling to stay alive.  He takes him to his camp, pulls him close, and soon the young body begins to stir.  The young man turns toward the warmth and snuggles close, opens his eyes to see Dusty’s peaceful face, and feels the touch of naked skin to skin.  In shock, he jumps back, stands, and trips in the tangled blanket.  Dusty is up lightning quick, the sun placing his nude body in perfect silhouette.  He soon learns that the young cowboy he saved from a sure death is in more trouble than even he knows, daring to cross one of the roughest gangs in the Southwest.  Dusty knows the gang well.  They take no prisoners.  They took his friend, his lover, his soul mate years ago, and now they are after Jake.  The young cowboy stirs up old feelings, good and bad, from Dusty’s past, a past he has come here to put behind him once and for all.  But can he save Jake from the lawless, or will he lose another cowboy?

“If it feels right, it’s right.  Don’t’ you get it?  That’s just the way it is.”  

Jake roughly grabs Dusty and pulls him in, body to body.  “Does this feel right?” 

Dusty grabs him back face to face.  “It could.” 

Jake breathes in scared and elated all at once.  Dusty kisses him hard, slamming him back into a tree.  The young man seems lost at first, but then forcefully kisses back.  

A twig snaps and Dusty draws his gun as Misty walks into the moonlight, scaring Jake.  

“How long have you been there, girl?”  

“Long enough to get an eyeful of you two.”  

“Come on, Jake.”  Dusty holsters his gun and grabs the young man’s arm.  

“Wait, I don’t care.  I’ve seen worse.  You two can come up to my room and nobody will know.”  

Jake is mesmerized, not having felt this way before.  “You are the best thing that has happened to me.”  

Dusty turns and looks back at Jake’s innocent eyes, and his stern features soften.  “It’s been a long time.”  


Chad turns to creep to safety and another bullet comes from the house splashing in the mud by his feet.  Unsure of which way to go, he stops and a strong hand palming a hunting knife comes to his throat stopping him.

“I guess you don’t like it when somebody takes you from behind,” Dusty meanly says in Chad’s ear.

“No, wait!  I ain’t done you no harm.”  He turns his head far enough to see Dusty.

“That’s a lie.  You’ve had this coming since what you did to Jimmy at the cabin.”

Chad’s eyes widen in sudden recognition.  “It can’t be you…you burned… years ago.”    

“The Wild Boys”, a cowboy/western by David Sharp, is available in the Apple iBookstores, Amazon, Sony, B&N, Rainbow ebooks, Bookstrand, 1 Place for Romance, All Romance ebooks, and Coffeetime Romance.  Our website is

June 1, 2012 Posted by | adventure, cowboys, western | , | Leave a comment

Cross Country Cowboy

Cross Country Cowboy


For a cowboy named Drake, the best of times can always be found in the arms of another cowboy while making his annual cross country trek in search of a good time.  The worst of times for cowboy Drake has been found in the arms of a cowboy whose wife is unaware of her man’s “secret side.”  Drake never knows what might be waiting for him in the small towns or big cities on his annual trips, but he always gets what he wants.

Drake was making his annual trek across the country, his annual sex trek that is, and he always had the best sex in the great states of Middle America.  It was in the states of the Great Plains and the Midwest that Drake had found the self-proclaimed real men, the men who over the last few years had become a real turn-on for Drake.  These were the men who no one would have ever guessed could have been blown away by a night with a man.  These were the men Drake considered to be real men.  But no man was as real a man as Drake. 

Drake slowed his truck to a complete stop in front of a bar that all but promised to have what he wanted.  Drake could spot the man he wanted within minutes of walking into a bar like this one.  The name on the sign said it all.  The “Sawmill” was a bar filled with Drake’s type of men.  These men were the farmers, the ranchers, and every one of these men thought that he was a real cowboy. 


Drake set his empty beer bottle down and walked slowly toward the back of the bar where couples were dancing.  He leaned nonchalantly against the wall, glancing occasionally at the man he had chosen for tonight’s awakening.  He would definitely awaken the young cowboy.  Drake always did.  The cowboy hat that Drake kept in his truck on his annual cross country trek was the perfect way to disguise his cruising of the young cowboy. 

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February 16, 2011 Posted by | cowboys, explicit sex | , , , , | Leave a comment