He wound up to be the person most affected personally in my opinion by the circumstances in this story. Kidnapped and held captive by a man that derives pleasure out of torturing others, he finds himself being traded for a round of drinks. Matty and his brother Rueben are on the run from their father, finding sanctuary at the Blaecleah Ranch - where all five big strapping and hunky brothers are gay! Ну и в конце книги такая каша заварилась, что нет предела тупизму. Manu Ucathya is bound and determined to claim his anamchara once he meets him. Since he lost respect for his father a long time ago, he deals w Another sweet story, its style was very much in line with the first two.
I do enjoy how this cowboy wears his heart on his sl The scariest people are those who twist and contort their faith to justify their beliefs, and it is plain to see that just such a man has raised Matty and his brother. The Blaecleah brother's that always draw me in and make me want more. Or on my laptop, creating the next sexy man for one of my stories. When the past comes back to tear the Blaecleah family. But little does Matty know being pulled over in the small town of Cade Creek will end up being the best thing to ever happen to him.
I admit, I am a fan of insta-love, but even for me this was over the top. I can recall ten right off the top of my head, and that's just unacceptable to me as a reader. With his younger brother, Ruben, by his side, he flees their hometown only to be arrested for kidnapping and theft. I do like the way that Ms Glenn has handled the fact that who you love, male or female, should make no difference. When Azizi wakes up with no idea why he is there, Manu feels like his heart is breaking. Stormy Glenn has written a longer version with the same name that is now Wolf Creek Pack.
It will help fill in some of the background story for the Blaecleah family. But it's not enough to keep him home when he loses his heart to Elijah James, the family's attorney, and a man too afraid to come out of the closet to claim him. He learned the hard way to keep his desires to himself. I liked the chemistry that Quaid and Matty shared. Can they get what they have both been waiting for their whole lives or will the good Reverand take them away form each other for good. Once everything seems to be falling into place for Matty his past comes back to haunt him in a big way. There is definitely chemistry in this book coupled with humor and lots of love.
Yeah, the house can wait. The story is as good as many previous ones, Matty and Quaid are intense, but my favorite is still Billy, who steals the scene a little. Once of the one's that put's the fear of not only God but the fear of themselves into everyone that are known by them and his son is no different. It's mentioned at one point that Matthew is Quaid's legend - and Matthew is perplexed and wants to know what that means. Another great book that I enjoyed immensely and am looking forward to the next one.
But getting to Manu may be harder than he thought, especially when Azizi's father arrives to take him home, by force if necessary. That protection comes at a price one that Jiri discovers when he's sold to Zane leader of the Death Dealers. Rescuing Bill turns out to be tougher than any undercover mission Angelo ever went on. It may seem a little out there but there is just something about the way Ms Glenn build the story that allows you to believe the scenario and feel you are part of the tapestry she has written for you. Widowed and the father of a small baby, Ruben hopes that he has grown up enough for Elijah James to take interest in him because this time, he's playing for keeps.
Quaid knows he and his family are an anomaly to Matty. Glenn turned up the heat with this tale. Reece becomes even more enchanted with his new mate when Keeley loses his temper with Reece and hits him with a cookie sheet. He's spent the better part of his life doing whatever his brother Clem wanted him to--from intimidating people to stealing from them. Being the loving and caring brother that he is, he takes his brother with him, not willing to leave him in the care of their abusive father. Whilst I enjoyed this story, the pathos was pretty extreme, and the instant love was over the top as well.
But as a whole it just didn't feel like a fully fleshed out story to me. In another place, a character vanishes from a scene without explanation. Quaid intrigues Matty in a way he's never experienced. I do hope the others are better though. Stormy Glenn is perfect for sweet, romantic, uncomplicated stories and this is a prime example. The good Reverend McCallister is the worst kind of God-fearing man.
There are some major revelations about the bigger picture, though, which surprised me and gave a great explanation for some of the stuff that happened in the first two books. I do like the way that Ms Glenn has handled the fact that who you love, male or female, should make no difference. He's arrested, cleared of the charges, introduced to Quaid who proposes marriage within twenty four hours of meeting. Matty being a cautious man causes struggles between the pair but as a couple they work through it. When Matty's father arrives in town and starts making threats, can Matty trust Quaid to keep him safe, or will he be burned again? At times, I really felt like I was reading the first draft of a novel, not a published work.
McCallister being both ends of the religious spectrum on gay marriage was well done. But the sheriff of Cade Creek seems to believe in Matty's innocence and suggests that he and Ruben hide out at the Blaecleah ranch. I had high hopes for this third novel in the Blaecleah Brothers series, but I have to say I was disappointed. He follows the time-honored traditions of his tribe and approaches Azizi Dane's father. As a Battle Bunny, honed in the fires of hell, Bailey fights every day just to function. With his younger brother, Ruben, by his side, he flees their hometown only to be arrested for kidnapping and theft. Мэтти удивленно реагировал на известие о свадьбе.