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Rusty Briggs was a lonely cowboy, he has a once a year hookup but it didn't seem like enough anymore.
Sadly though, being the only gay man in town did not make finding anyone to love an option.
Trent had not had an easy time growing up, his family disowned him when they found out he was gay. Living on the streets had led him to do things he didn't want to but finally he thought he had found his place helping to run a shelter for kids.
Going back to his Grandfathers place and having to live there for 90 days just to gain his inheritance seemed like a small price to pay if the money could help the kids.
Having Rusty as his neighbour turned out to be the best thing for both of them, the attraction was instant and despite an annoying older friend trying to muscle in on the deal, they were both falling in love.
This was a nice, comfortable book to read with just the right amount of passion.
I instantly liked both the men and wanted a happy ending for them.
Yet again another great read from Sara York.
Rusty has been managing on his smaller ranch on his own due to his workforce leaving when they found out he was gay. Rusty doesn’t venture much into town or mingle with the townsfolk, he doesn’t need that kind of attention. But when he sees the guy in the flash car arrive at the neighbouring ranch he feels a need to go and support him. Especially as he has no electricity, furniture or food and drink. But once he lays eyes on the man he is hooked to wanting more in return from Trent.
I did like this sweet storyline and the relationship of Rusty and Trent. There wasn’t much drama which I have come to expect when a story is set in Texas where the drama tends to be about the bigotry of the locals. None so much in this book, in fact Rusty and Trent do not venture into town much at all. However trouble does come looking for them in the shape of Reed, Trent’s rich friend from Atlanta. I was a little confused about Reed as he came across as a likable, rich sexy older guy but then the storyline made me think maybe he is not meant to be that. It just got a little confusing as to his part in the story – the nice older guy or a jealous leech. I also thought the second incident with him was just a repetition of the first so the story kind of got caught in a loop which had me scratching my head. Another instance was when Rusty’s old hook up turned up which was a little predictable.
For me I would have liked to have had more angst and drama interwoven with the sweet that was Rusty and Trent, as they were definite winners.
As I say a lovely sweet romance, light on the drama but heavy on the love between two lost beautiful men. Three and a half stars.
Trent has to stay in Sweetwater for 90 days to gain the inheritance his bigoted grandfather left him. He planned to stay, sell up and go. But that was before he met Rusty, his neighbour. His hot, sexy neighbour who does things to him that no one ever has before.
Can Trent be really in happy in the place that holds so many painful memories?
I'm left with one word, and one only, nice.
It was a nice book, with nice characters, its nicely written. I just can't think why I'm left thinking nice though!
I didn't find a connection to Trent nor Rusty. I didn't like that, although mentioned from time to time, there was no visit to town, no incident or meeting that caused issues for the men. I was expecting something to happen in town, because of the way some minor characters acted when Trent turned up, but there wasn't any, and I wanted it, I think the book would benefit from it.
I even thought Reed was nice, after he got over his blip for Trent.
Some people will love this book, but unfortunately, I can't.
Sorry, but I did like it!
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Sara York gives us insights into the inner emotional lives of the main protagonists which makes the characters engaging and the story gripping. You don't read this story, you live it. The narration is a good mixture of description and dialogue and is written in Sara York's wonderfully flowing style.
I loved this story. Can't wait for Vol. 2.
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Openly gay Trent expects to have some problems surviving in a town that isn't exactly welcoming to gay guys and he's right. What he doesn't expect is that his hot next door neighbour, Rusty, is also gay. With many issues in his past, Trent finds it difficult to believe Rusty will accept him in his life. Their journey to a HEA is fraught with almost as many misunderstandings as it is by hot cowboy love, but the reader will be left satisfied in the end.
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