- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3645 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (14 Mar. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYEI9C5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #514,952 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jamie is an American tourist, working his way round Australia until he heads home to join his father in the family business as a lawyer - a career he has no interest in having.
As a youngster, Jamie spent time helping out on his Grandfathers farm and decides he should try to find similar work in order to fund his travels. He is given Lochlan's name and advised to try asking him for a job on his sunflower farm. Turns out it's his lucky day since Lochie not only offers him work but also a room in his house for the duration of his stay.
Despite the 15 year age gap between the two, they feel an immediate attraction to one another and while Jamie doesn't hide his sexuality, Lochie is firmly in the closet and intends to stay there.
Sadly, I felt absolutely no chemistry between the two men and their sex scenes were neither sexy nor romantic. I even found some of their conversations when they were talking dirty to each other to be awkward and really odd.
The story finally ramps up a bit and starts to get exciting after an attack on Jamie. It wasn't a particularly pleasant scene but at least we were getting some action.Read more ›
I really enjoyed this short novel. It also left open a possibility for some more stories to flow from this part of the Australian Outback - which would be very welcome.
At heart this is, like most romances, a really simple case of two people finding that they have found their 'one'. However given James is a man from Arizona on a trip to escape his father's work demands for just a bit longer, and Lachlan is wedded to his land in the Outback, it is hardly convenient. Add in the problems of Lachlan being closeted for fear of what the other farmers in the community might say or do, and there are plenty of hurdles to cross - and that's not mentioning the spiders ...
There is a lot of story, and plenty of passion between these two men who definitely find each other irresistible.
Another good read Ms Lynne, thank you.
~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
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The young American is the incredibly sexy James, from Kansas, and somehow he winds up on a sunflower farm where the mid-30s hunk owner (and only resident) Lochlan not only takes a shine, but almost immediately roving hands, to James. This despite the fact that Lochlan, like almost all the major butch Australian characters in books like these, is firmly in the closet in what is perceived as a homophobic culture. Not good for tourism, Parliament.
Like most of Ms. Lynne's work, there is wall-to-wall sex here, but a good story, solid writing and excellent character development gets us a hot bunch of sun. I'm on the sequel and it's perfectly in tune.
There is a lot left for future books to explore but I'm not sure if I will revisit the series.
The story is insta-love with lots of sexiness so if that's your thing, then this book is a real pearler.
Originally posted on Goodreads.com
In this book we have Jamie, an American tourist trying to resign himself to the fact that he will be stuck with a job he doesn't want when he goes back to Kansas. But what he really wants is to follow on his granddad's footsteps and work the land. There is also Lachlan, an Australian farmer trying to work his ranch on his own and make it through the harvest before the birds eat all his seeds.
Like most of Carol's books they fall in love quickly in the book (although a couple weeks has already pass in the story) but it is the challenges they go through to prove their love is stronger than anything that might happen that put the tears in your eyes.
That is what I like most of Carol Lynne's books. They reach your heart and worm their way in until you have no choice but to feel deep what the characters are going through and fight your need to shed a few tears.