Zach, who has never been gay, suddenly finds himself attracted to Brett. Brett is a gay man who, on the outside, comes off as nonchalant about what others think of him. It's a good thing love always wins when men find themselves adjusting to the situation. I like seeing the people again. But the friction between him and the pack's future beta forced him to change his decision. The story flows along, we have a problem with the Sheriff's investigation, people disappearing, conflicts to solve, and true love to find.
Still can't wait to read more from this author though. The communication between the main characters left alot to be desired. Seeing how each man handles themselves in the face of adversity speaks more to their character than other aspects of their personality did throughout the entire book. While living a peaceful life on the ranch, with neither man wanting to rock the foundation of this uncertain relationship, a threat is aimed at Brett. Summers books in the correct reading order. Her only form of exercise is bouncing up and down when whatever story she is working on shapes well. Can his and Murray's fragile bond survive the danger they are in? He still hasn't come to a decision whether to risk another alpha challenge or not when Zane does one thing he won't forgive.
Certain motivations were hard to understand, and the underlying secrecy throughout the whole story kinda saddened me. Glenn for creating another great addition to the Blaecleah Brothers series. But it isn't so bad that it takes away from the overall good vibes of the storyline. Zach mentally fights his attraction until the very last moment. Yancy Butler is overjoyed when the sexiest Blaecleah brother shows up on his doorstep, looking for a new life. It is an easy read, a good love story and has loads of interesting plot points. I hope that there will be more great Blaecleah stories to come! I would like to give this series another chance.
This tale is different, a ménage of three men, as Seamus, the youngest Blaecleah brother is pining for John, the Sheriff. They quickly learn who, and Zack starts to relax-until the night the killer comes back to finish the job. Eight months later Zach gets wounded badly and has to give up the rodeo once and for all. For my full review, go to. What grows between them surprises them both. There were some places I had to reread a sentence for it to make sense and some of the dialogue seemed too properly spoken for cowboys and a little unrealistic at times. After all, it was founded by his family.
Cowboy Needed by Sunny Day is the first book in the Recovery series and is really an average read. This story has a really good flow. The book seemed to be in fast forward - such a shame it could have been great but just as your starting to get the know the characters it's all over - Things happen throughout the book that sadly - as your not emotionally attached to the characters dont have the same effect they would other wise have had. Talk about twists, turns and plots, what a great read! These guys know that they are meant for each other and work to make it happen. These issues are just small things though, and nothing that kept me from enjoying the story. The most poignant part of the story is the discrimination the men undergo.
Help the County Sheriffs take down the man who has taken over the underbelly of illegal drugs and guns. The main reason I am reviewing this book is because I couldn't find a review that told me enough about what I wanted to know. We have violence, and rescue, and an acceptance that is worth it's weight in gold. In the heartbreak of aaron burr mr brands goes beyond what is commonly known about burr to show his more admirable side which lay in his developing the mind and character of the treasure of his life his daughter theodosia the washington times tightly crafted aaron burr is our founding father in the shadows. Then the two discover the joys of life, like caring for Craig's pets, Pete and Lola, and honoring Synn's heritage in a special ceremony. To make matters worse, Antonio becomes the target of vandalism.
But in doing so, will they learn to accept each other or will their relationship just be one of convenience? Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Try to figure out who is mutilating and killing blonds. The characters are known from the previous books in this series and more so if you are reading all of Ms. What's one of the first things Synn Romeo and Craig Collins do? After years spent following the rodeo, he is surprised to find out he likes ranch life and even more that he likes the attractive, openly gay ranch owner. After years spent following the rodeo, he is surprised to find out he likes ranch life and even more that he likes the attractive, openly gay ranch owner. Rhys had been poisoned to lose the fight for the alpha position in his birth pack and is unwilling to trust anyone, especially not the pack who wants him to kill their alpha.
Murray Thomas doesn't sleep with men. John is trying to protect Seamus from threats, but instead of letting his know, he ignores him. Granite County has never harbored such evil before. When betrayal comes at the hand of someone close to them, Yancy, Seamus, and John have to learn to put their differences aside and work together if they want to stay alive. Now that I have finished book 6, all this reader can say is wow! I wanted him to have some guts and be stronger than what he was. He doesn't even admit he wants to, even if the attraction between him and Antonio is undeniable. He had given up hope of having anything with the man when he learned that Seamus loved another.
Synn wants and exerts control and Craig needs to let go and be dominated. The chemistry between these two men is apparent yet they are constantly fighting it. They quickly learn who, and Zack starts to relax—until the night the killer comes back to finish the job. I enjoyed reading how everything was figured out, and how the problems were solved for the good of the county. Will these two men be able to work their love out? After a memorable meeting with a bull, Zack Warren ends up recuperating on Four Winds, the ranch that belongs to Brett Miller. Zach has conflicted emotions, giving hot and cold reactions to Brett which really borders on being mean. Zach is an interesting character; he has never thought of men in a sexual way but is starting to question his feelings for the owner of the Four Winds ranch.