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Tanner Wallis is nearly at the end of his rope the night Mason Seidel finds him lying next to the mangled body of a cow on the back pastures of the Seidel family's Wyoming ranch. Recently out of the hospital after he and his boyfriend were brutally beaten, Tanner is jobless, homeless, and almost penniless. His desperate hope is that Mason will believe he's innocent of the senseless crime and give him a place to heal, both physically and emotionally, until he can get on his feet again.
But Mason already has enough on his plate. He's only been back on the ranch a few months, ten years after his father kicked him out for being gay, and only because his sister begged him to come help after the man's disabling stroke. With all his responsibilities - running the struggling ranch and keeping his sister and father off his back-Mason can't really afford the distraction Tanner represents. But he can't just abandon the attractive young man either. There's trouble in spades on the ranch, but if they face it together, Mason and Tanner might find a future with a little sunshine.
©2013 Rowan McAllister (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
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3 out of 5 stars
By Riva on 05-03-14

Good narrator, just OK story

The narrator did a great job of making this book bearable to listen to. There was some production errors, but he did great in the diversity of voices and the occasional accent. That said this was an extremely frustrating story. The relationship between Tanner and Mason is very sweet and great, I really like it on its own. But Mason’s family is vile. His father is a waste of skin and I was offended that the other characters kept saying “he is a good man at heart.” I don’t think any man that exuded that much hate can’t be a “good man” in any way, shape or form. Also, even though the author tried to redeem the sister, I still thought she was just as bad as her father. She “used” her brother and was perfectly happy denying him any happiness; she was a selfish b**ch. And I was even extremely frustrated at Mason for allowing himself to be used like he did. Overall, it just left a bad taste in my mouth.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By A M on 04-28-17


The storyline was okay. Was is it original? No. Could it have been more developed? Yes. I don't​ know how to elaborate without giving too much away. Anyway, does any of this really matter? No. Then, what's the problem? The quality of the narrator's performance and the recording were awful. It skipped in spots. There was poor exiting in production - i.e. repetition of passages, changes in sound quality, lack of consistency of narrator's character interpretation. I would recommend looking into getting another version of the book - ebook, maybe?

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