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Jul 31, The Critic rated it it was ok Shelves: cowboy. Same author, same reviews I seem to reiterate in this review everything I thought of this author's other books. It seems that the writings of this author are retained by an "invisible boundary" that prevents them from crossing the line to reach the "wow" stage. I said it with Warrior Prince, another book of this author, and I will say it again. I liked this story a lot but it lacked that touch that could have made a difference.
It lacked spices, it's flavorl Same author, same reviews It lacked spices, it's flavorless.
All the ingredients are there for a big achievement but the result is bland. The narration is enjoyable, the storyline -- I dare to say -- banal and "traditional" in cowboy reads; still that machismo and that homosexuality at the throat of each other, still the questionings "Would my relatives accept me? I think I've found this intrigue in every single gay cowboy fiction I read The characters, Royce and Parker's personalities, lack some strong attributes that would make each one of them stand out and sound unique, in place they seemed very alike to me That's disappointing.
Other than that -- rather than to throw another blow at the intrigue -- I'd say that the blurb is problematic, it killed every sparkle of suspense if there could have been any. It trivialized the ending, regrettably. This is all that I can say about this read. Jul 28, Serena Yates rated it really liked it Shelves: gay.
This story has a lot of heart, is very sweet and has not one, but two cowboys as main characters. The way they were introduced, with Parker's accident, had me right there. What followed in terms of emotional ups and downs didn't let go of me, and the drama when the idiots , excuse my language, decided to have a truly stupid fight had me yelling at both of them.
More so Parker than Royce, but still. Neither of them was very clever about it. It's always a good sign, I think, when I get so involved i This story has a lot of heart, is very sweet and has not one, but two cowboys as main characters. It's always a good sign, I think, when I get so involved in characters' lives that I start seeing them as real people.
Parker was definitely that to me. Too much in love to see straight? In dire need of someone to give him a good talking to about his priorities? In short: the perfect guy to root for. He certainly needed someone on his side other than himself - he was his own worst enemy! Royce is slightly more rational than Parker, but just as much in love. He has the additional complication of being a lawyer as well as a rancher's son, so the point when he might be tempted to take a different job was sort of predictable. But - that was not even his biggest problem.
Having to watch him go through the effects of Parker's idiotic plan was heart wrenching. I suffered with him and was glad he liked his job enough to help him through the separation. If you like sweet stories that take you on a rollercoaster of emotions, contain hot cowboys who are very much in love and don't mind a bit of suffering okay, a lot of emotional torment before the happy ending, you will probably like this book.
Jun 18, Ryoma Gartre rated it it was ok Shelves: cowboys , sweet. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was putting with up with this book even if it had somethings that seemed unbelievable, i was trying hard to like it, really, even after the "love-at-first-fuck", but then BAM Royce forgives Parker so damn easily for the heartache of a year that you would think he's forgiving him for getting late on a date I know i liked another books from J.
Bowie, but this one just didn't do for me. Jun 07, Shannon rated it it was ok Recommended to Shannon by: Laura.
Wow, that was just I did finish it which usually puts it at 3 stars but it was so short that I couldn't just quit. I think they were in love by page 4 or somewhere around there. Love at first fuck and all that. I just felt absulutely nothing for these guys. Chances are I won't remember a thing about them tomorrow morning.
Quick read, lots of sex, insta-love and inta-forgiveness. Not good. Sep 20, Alina rated it it was amazing. Very nice, although pretty straightforward and a little naive story. I actually love insta-love trope, but here it was maybe a little too 'insta', but whatever - it was cute and hot, with little angst in the middle and a pretty satisfying ending. Oh and Aaron is awesome : Now I'm off to read the sequel! Jun 18, jules rated it it was ok. Something about the MCs taking the time to look deep into each others eyes while waiting for an ambulance for a suspected broken back just rubbed me the wrong way.
It seemed well written but it didn't grab me. Jul 20, Trisha Harrington rated it it was amazing Shelves: cowboys , loved. Loved this. It was just as good the second time reading it. Royce and Parker were two sweet MC's.
I would have liked it to be slightly longer, but I still loved it. View 2 comments. Apr 21, Kira added it Shelves: did-not-finish. I don't know what it is with this book, but I just couldn't finish it.
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Something about the writing or how the story progresses Just couldn't finish it. Jul 24, Anna rated it it was ok Shelves: never-again. It was meh. Also, if I never have to read the words "sex pig" again, it'll be too soon. Jul 30, Moomba rated it liked it Shelves: july-ult-ch , ultimate-challenge-library , , contemporary , cowboy , hea , m-m , novella , pages , pub-total-e-bound.
Feb 28, Elisa Rolle added it. A contemporary one. And to see it come out about is a dream come true. Look at where we are today. The two shared an incredibly close bond. When he was assigned No. Even though his parents divorced when he was young, Dak was greatly influenced by his father. Even after their divorce, Nat and Peggy had a standing date every Wednesday. But we all have our own individual relationships.
He has always been there for me. It never bothered him. My child knew and that was the main concern for me. First chance you have, ask him. There's never been anything estranged about our relationship at all. I am Pops. During his son's record-setting rookie season, Nat drove a city bus in Austin, Texas. He called the Texas capital home for nearly two years after opportunities as a commercial driver in the Louisiana oil fields dried up. In February, Nat moved to a Dallas suburb, five miles from his son.
As he watched his son practice Saturday, Nat could not stop smiling. He called to Ezekiel Elliott as the running back ran drills.
He spoke with team owner Jerry Jones before practice. After practice, the father and son shared a big embrace on the field. We are thankful every day. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?