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Eva is saved from impending disaster by a tall, dark, and handsome bullfighter—a woman. Toma Rozene is an equestrian stuntwoman fresh off the set of a blockbuster film when a family emergency calls her home to help run the family business: rescuing fallen rodeo riders before blustering bulls and bucking broncos trample their dreams. Eva and Toma's shared passions and competitive spirits make friendship easy, but, as their feelings deepen, they must decide if the divergent futures they seek will stand in the way of love.
Praise For Prize Money…
"Castro clearly knows her stuff, capturing rodeo culture and the thrill of competition in action-packed scenes. [...] Readers are in for a riveting ride." —Publishers Weekly
Interlude Press, 9781951954031, 260pp.
Publication Date: May 11, 2021
About the Author
Celeste Castro (she/her) is an American Mexican from small-town, rural Idaho, where most of her stories take place. She grew up with learning disabilities, though she always kept a journal. In 2009, she graduated from Seattle University with a Master of Public Administration. She is a member of the Golden Crown Literary Society (GCLS) and a 2019 GCLS finalist for paranormal fiction. In addition to fiction, she’s a staff writer with Hispanecdotes, an online magazine for Latinx writers, where she publishes essays and poetry.