By Karen Kingsbury
- Karen Kingsbury has written 3 novels in her profitable crimson Gloves sequence: Sarah's track was once simply released in September 2004, with 73,000 copies in print, Maggie's Miracle (2003) bought over 45,000 copies, and Gideon's reward (2002) bought over 63,000 copi
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Tell me why you do it; why do you ride so sick? She cleared her mind. People in her position talked often about sacrifice, all they’d given up to get where they were. For Ali, of course, the sacrifice was something more than a missed childhood or the cost of spending hours a day on the back of a horse. The sacrifice would come later—in the years of life she would lose for her decision to ride. From the first time she watched a rider race around barrels she’d believed she was better, faster. That one day the championship would belong to her.
The floor was cleared already, the bull riders getting ready. When he spoke, his teeth were clenched. “I hate that you suffer like this, Ali. ” Tears stung at her eyes, but she refused them. Rodeo riders didn’t hold on to the hurt very long. It was part of their way, their lifestyle. She gave him a gentle push. “Go ride. ” Cody hesitated, looking into her eyes. ” She didn’t have to ask what he meant. They’d avoided each other the past four days, and in the end it hadn’t done her any good. She didn’t have a national championship, but she had a friend.
She glanced at her mother. Was that relief in her eyes? Did she pay the doctor to come up with such a crazy suggestion? She leaned on her elbows and met the doctor’s eyes straight on. “I’m in the middle of a season, Doctor. ” The doctor clutched the file to his middle and looked at her, silent. Something in his expression told Ali he was being straight with her. Remorse fell into the mix of feelings burying her. She couldn’t blame Dr. Cleary. The news wasn’t easy for him either. Finally he drew a slow breath and looked at them.
A Thousand Tomorrows, Book 1 by Karen Kingsbury