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Cowboy Romance Comedy Goes One Step Over The Border

Cowboy Romance Adventure novel One Step Over the Border by Stephen Bly

One Step Over the Border

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“Have you seen my Juanita?” That’s what rodeo cowboy Hap Bowman asks from Wyoming to the Mexican border. His rodeo partner, Laramie Majors, joins him in this comedy cowboy romance search. Hap becomes obsessed to find his lost childhood love whose name was Juanita. Every place they go leads to more trouble and excitement.

During their search, Hap and Laramie herd cattle across the Rio Grande. They face off against a crooked park ranger in the Chisos Mountains. On a desert military testing ground, they round up wild mustangs. But will this lead to Hap’s Juanita? These modern-day cowboys certainly have the adventure of a lifetime.

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Have You Seen My Juanita?

Juanita is 31 years old, has dark brown hair, and has a birthmark of a silhouette of a petite horse’s head under her right ear. She lives within sight of the Rio Grande River and was last seen in central Wyoming, 1988.


Excerpt from cowboy romance One Step Over the Border

Central Wyoming, Summer of 1996

Laramie Majors parked his pickup under the only shade tree on the level street. He studied the scrap of scribbled brown paper: Hap Bowman, 2490 Paradise Road, Cody, Wyoming.

The home looked like a 1960s tract house, only there were no other residences. No landscaping, no parks, or sidewalks. Not a neighborhood improvement association in sight. Just one dwelling in bad need of paint on stucco with fake brick walls.

The wide, empty street led to nowhere. Laramie fastened the top button on his collar and practiced a crooked smile in the dusty mirror. He knew it was time to cowboy up, to get his small talk in gear. No one discerned how tough it felt for him to meet new people.

Laramie ground his teeth, then checked the note one more time: 2490. He eyed his truck and considered a hasty retreat when a man hollered from inside, “Juanita! Put that down.”

Even the dog flinched when the lid to a white porcelain commode busted out the front window, scattering glass on the unfinished deck.


STEPHEN BLY is an award winning western author


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