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Anna was eight that year; Ali nine. The idea seemed wild and outrageous and terribly exciting. ” Ali squinted at the world beyond their sterile confines. “One day we will, okay, Anna? ” But the chance never came. One afternoon when Anna was ten, she caught a cold. Something must’ve blown into the house from the garden, their mother always guessed. The cold became bronchitis, quick and fast. An asthma attack sent her to the hospital, and by the next day she had a respiratory infection. Within forty-eight hours her fever raged out of control.
From the first time he saw her compete, Cody wanted to go to her, wanted to be with her and ride with her and know everything about her. She was quiet and reclusive, confident and masterful in her talent. For all the girls who gave him no resistance, Ali was the ultimate challenge. But he didn’t allow those feelings to be anything more than fleeting. His success on the tour depended on his anger. He was twenty-one, too young to fall for a girl. Not even a girl like Ali Daniels. And so he ignored her at every rodeo—except when she competed.
That cold January day, the beginning of her third season in the PRCA, Ali Daniels had more important details to mull over than whether this was Cody’s last season with the Pro Rodeo Tour. This was her year, the year she would stay healthy and strong and break record after record on her quest for the championship. Ali and Ace, making history. Her heart had room for nothing else. Chapter Four The season was three weeks old, and Cody Gunner was riding better than ever. The tour was in San Antonio, and his draw that night was a good one—a bull named Monster Mash, ridden just once in twenty-two attempts.