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Backward (Bronco's Boys) Paperback – February 13, 2015
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In the first of the series, Inside Out, Harry's business partner and serious bear Bull has fallen in love with twinkish Zach, one of four post-college gay friends who hang out in the bar, especially after they become a couple. In the second book, Upside Down, Bull's former close military ops friend Spook comes back to town and he becomes romantically involved with another member of the quartet, Jeremy.
Now Jeremy's ex-roommate, Tristan, whose ex-boyfriend Eddie, provided much of the intrigue in Upside Down, is struggling with his continued fear about Eddie, who was discovered to be a major drug dealer, and his attraction to Harry, who is silently lusting for him and needs a push. So, Bull pushes Harry and Zach pushes Tristan, and pow! bam! bing! -- and maybe, kaboom! That's because their mutual attraction is going to piss someone off really, really bad--Eddie.
The way Grey handles this continuing plot line, and most especially the relationship between Harry and Tristan, is enough for me to give you this advice: Do what I did, start this book before dinner, have a nice repast, perhaps a glass of wine, and be prepared to have the rest of it for desert because you won't be able to put it down.
And, then you will realize, thankfully I would hope, that the fourth member of the young men quartet, Kevin, needs a book of his own! Yes! One is coming, and this one should be interesting because all the older men so far have been bears, all their lovers have been smooth, but Kevin is a bit hairy. Auditions will no doubt be held for someone smooth. Let's see how Mr. Grey handles that one.
(Reviewer's Note: This book came out almost exactly the same day as A.M. Arthur's The Truth as He Knows It. That book takes place partially in Harrisburg, and one of the major characters is named Tristan. Despite the similarities in setting, and some plot twists, the characters' names and the locales seem to be coincidental. Both books are absolutely terrific--see my review of Ms. Arthur's book).
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