- File Size: 3645 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (March 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYEI9C5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #11143 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Gay Fiction
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Harvest Heat Kindle Edition
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The young American is the incredibly sexy James, from Kansas, and somehow he winds up on a sunflower farm where the mid-30s hunk owner (and only resident) Lochlan not only takes a shine, but almost immediately roving hands, to James. This despite the fact that Lochlan, like almost all the major butch Australian characters in books like these, is firmly in the closet in what is perceived as a homophobic culture. Not good for tourism, Parliament.
Like most of Ms. Lynne's work, there is wall-to-wall sex here, but a good story, solid writing and excellent character development gets us a hot bunch of sun. I'm on the sequel and it's perfectly in tune.
There is a lot left for future books to explore but I'm not sure if I will revisit the series.
The story is insta-love with lots of sexiness so if that's your thing, then this book is a real pearler.
Originally posted on Goodreads.com
In this book we have Jamie, an American tourist trying to resign himself to the fact that he will be stuck with a job he doesn't want when he goes back to Kansas. But what he really wants is to follow on his granddad's footsteps and work the land. There is also Lachlan, an Australian farmer trying to work his ranch on his own and make it through the harvest before the birds eat all his seeds.
Like most of Carol's books they fall in love quickly in the book (although a couple weeks has already pass in the story) but it is the challenges they go through to prove their love is stronger than anything that might happen that put the tears in your eyes.
That is what I like most of Carol Lynne's books. They reach your heart and worm their way in until you have no choice but to feel deep what the characters are going through and fight your need to shed a few tears.
Lochlan `Lochie' expected to live a lonely and celibate life, until James `Jamey' happened into his life. Lochie's friends and family didn't know he was gay and he was intending to keep it that way, but doing so may mean losing the best thing that has ever happened to him.
Harvest Heat was hot, sexy and very loving. Lochlan and James were two very emotional guys. For Lochie falling in love was a scary experience and the fear of losing what Jamey so freely offered him brought forth feelings he has never experienced before. Jamey was torn between two worlds. I felt for him because he found what he wanted on Lochie's farm and in Lochie's bed but he was very insecure regarding the depths of Lochie's feeling for him. And on top of being willing to give up his career back home he also knew if he decided to stay with Lochie his father would turn his back on him. Both men had some tough choices with big consequences. Aside from Lochlan and James, I took a liking to few of Lochlan's mates, especially Jacko. I have a feeling there will more to tell about him. Harvest Heat was a sweet story and I really enjoyed it.
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