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- File Size: 548 KB
- Print Length: 160 pages
- Publisher: Love Lane Books Ltd; 1 edition (5 Dec. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQT6CKF
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,199 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Having said all that it was good to see more of a resolution for Ethan and Adam and Sam and Justin.
The Crooked Tree ranch has been hired by a film production company to make a Christmas movie with the ranch as its back set. This brings Jordan Darby into town, the sexy B movie star who had once been a child star. He is also a closeted gay man but his five year plan for his company will finally allow him to be free to be himself and not who the audience want him to be.
Ryan Carter, the local sheriff, is brought in to discuss legalities and it is here he comes face to face with Jordan. Even though Jordan is ill, there are sparks and an instant attraction between them. However Ryan is unsure if his attraction is replicated at first as, surely this heart throb Christmas star is not gay?
I liked how the budding romance which was hesitant at first, smoothly picks up once it is established and even though Ryan is aware Jordan is not out and proud as he is, he is happy to start a ‘fun for now’ relationship with Jordan, whilst he is in town. But then the more they spend time together and conversations take place, then more feelings are brought into play that have them both yearning for this to be so much more.
Whilst the romance between Jordan and Ryan was hotting up, the sub plot of Adam and Justin was also entwined within the story. It was frustrating that Adam was not able to recall all that had happened and he started to take his frustration out on Justin, which lead to some friction between the brothers and best friends.
New characters were also brought into the mix such as Ryan’s brothers and Jordan’s twin. So with all these names and situations it was a busy storyline and at times I had to flick back to see who and what was going on. All the characters beginning with J also got confusing!
However I did love Jordan and Ryan together and I think my favourite partnership of the series. I therefore wish Adam and Justin’s story had been concluded in book three and we therefore got more of Jordan and Ryan in this book plus their siblings.
Overall though another enjoyable book in the series and one not to be missed. 4.5 stars.
This is the fourth in the series - and I would definitely recommend that you read them in order, as there are ongoing issues which have to be faced in this book. I have been reading them as they are released, and whilst I think the stories are memorable, the family trees at the beginning were very handy reminders of the main protagonists.
There are really two stories in this book - one the lovely romance where Sheriff Ryan finds his man, and even though things are complicated, looks like he's struck gold. And the other, the resolution of the complex situation between Adam and Justin. Things are so tense, so secret, and so intense that it seems difficult to believe that these two childhood best friends can ever get that back. What I think is so clever in this storyline is that really everyone is in the dark about what happened, and can only be supportive. Justin is in an impossible position, and doesn't feel he can defend himself, which is very sad to watch. He is as much the victim as Adam in this terrible tragedy.
I enjoyed the balance between these revelations and the devastating effect that they had on the men and their partners, and the nascent passion and romance that Ryan and Jordan are exploring. It contrasted darkness and light, and in all cases highlighted the need for hope, and belief that it could come right in the end.
Whilst certainly not a soppy, kitten filled made for tv Christmas movie, it certainly is a great seasonal read!
~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
Whew. This is a very busy book with several subplots building from earlier stories in the series. To fully appreciate it, this book really must be read immediately after reading the first three books. It doesn’t stand alone and even though I read the third book less than a month ago, I found myself desperately trying to remember details from earlier books that led up to the events and relationships in this one.
The central romance between actor Jordan and sheriff Ryan is very sweet and relatively angst free. The main conflict is Jordan’s closeted existence as a straight star in the conservative Hallmark Channel’s made for TV movies. Both men are incredibly easy going and both have supportive friends and families. I enjoyed both of these men but we didn’t quite get the depth of character development or angsty grit that we experienced in the earlier books.
I enjoyed watching Jordan and his brother producing their film on location on the ranch. The film details were fascinating. The complicated but supportive relationships between Ryan and his brothers was lovely.
Overall, I enjoyed the romance between Jordan and Ryan but the rest of the book was quite complicated and a bit of a whirlwind.
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