Pickup man Bridge Sullivan is the kind of cowboy everyone wants - as a brother, a friend, a lover. People think he's straight, but Bridge isn't one for labels, and when a sexy male paramedic jumpstarts his heart, he charges in with all guns blazing.
New York City transplant Eric Palmer grew up in foster care. While he always had a roof over his head, he never felt love or a sense of belonging...until he joined the California rodeo circuit as a paramedic and found a band of brothers who took him in as one of their own. Now, one in particular is making Eric's pulse race.
When things heat up between Bridge and Eric, Bridge has to prove to Eric he's not just experimenting with the rougher sex, while Eric must overcome his fears of being unwanted and cast aside. He knows that trusting Bridge may be the key to his happy ever after, but getting in the saddle is much, much easier than learning to let it ride.
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Dorian Bane is one of the best narrators that I've heard yet. Each of the characters (in both books of this series) comes across as an individual, and the voice acting is so incredibly good that the entire thing feels sincere and real. I enjoyed his performance immensely. I'm certain I would have liked this book had I read it instead of listened to it, but Dorian Bane really knocked it out of the park.
- Kindle Customer
Easy Paced and Passionate Rodeo Cowboy Romance
Light, complex, satisfying
I don't really do book comparisons. But if you enjoy a story that seems simple and engaging on the surface with some underlying complexity, heroes who you would hang with, and sizzling chemistry in a romance, then here you go.
Yes, I listened to his narration of book one. Seamless transition from first to second book. Voices were amazing and storytelling ability is captivating.
I didn't have any extreme reactions, but that is not to say that it was blah. Loved this story. Bridge made me laugh a few times. Not because he was laugh out loud funny, but because he was so forthright and saw the world so differently from those around him.Exhibit A“Man or woman didn't matter. Marty liked men, Kent liked women, and Bridge apparently liked both. But Eric was the one he wanted above all others, and for whatever reason, that felt all kinds of right. "Shit. I'm Eric-sexual.” I came near crying at the crucial point in the story when Eric's fears led him to break things off and break Bridge's heart.But fortunately there was more to the story and I could smile again later.
This is book two and does better if read after the first book as both main characters and the surrounding characters along with the situations were introduced in the previous book.
I rec'd this book from Riptide Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"