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To Love a Cowboy Paperback – September 15, 2007
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Patrick Lassiter has fought against the chemistry between himself and Roan Bucklin for years. While Roan had gone off to college and made the circuit working other ranches, it was easy to just fantasize about him. Now, Roan's back and he's all grown up. Roan has made it known that he wants him, but Patrick has always been bothered by their age difference and fears Roan will eventually move on to someone younger thus breaking his heart. Patrick's self-control is wavering though and he finds himself wanting to claim Roan for his own.
Rhianne Aile's To Love A Cowboy is spectacular. The magnetism between Patrick and Roan will sweep you up and turn you inside out as your heart melts. To Love A Cowboy is laced with edginess, laden with passion and will make your heart soar.
An outlaw named Elias murdered Adam, Noah and Nathanial's parents. The three brothers have been tracking Elias's movements, trying to catch him and exact fitting retribution. Their travels bring them to a small town named Justice, and the boys feel they've finally found somewhere, once they settle their score with Elias, they can call home. The locals don't seem to mind that all three men prefer men for companionship; in fact they seem to revel in it.
Justice is set in the old west where hotel owners bring hot bath water to the rooms and barkeepers buy your first drink to welcome you to town. Ms. Aile outdid herself in this lovely story about three brothers in search of justice and in finding it they also find love.
I absolutely loved To Love A Cowboy and feel if you love a great read with sexy cowboys, this book is a MUST. Both stories are western tales that are bound to satisfy your craving for Stetsons, work-roughened hands, men in saddles and of course men loving men.
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"To love a cowboy" is one engaging, romantic and angsy story as Patrick, the tough foreman of his friend's ranch, refuses to succumb to his love for Roan, his friend's son, as he is afraid of eventually being spurned by the much younger man. The lust, jealousy, misunderstanding and tension as they dance around each other is a delightful read. Patrick is one stubborn cowboy and it takes a little help from mother nature before he finally accepts his young explosive lover. The side characters are well developed too and I would have loved to read more about Tyler, Patrick's "fxxx" buddy" who has his own unhappy past.
The second story "Justice" is one hot romantic erotica as 3 brothers rode into a town called "Justice" seeking vengence from their parents' killer. But Justice is no ordinary town. It is every gay cowboy's sanctuary as the 3 brothers find acceptance, friendship and love. The writer has done a fine job in this one. There are lots of characters here as there are 3 couples/relationships, one of them a threesome, but the writer manages to make each man a distinct character. The plot is tightly paced, with exciting moments, and we of course have 3 love stories here rolled into one novella, which is a wonderful bonus. I wish "Justice" is a full blown novel to do more justice to the interesting characters. I would have loved to read more about Luke and his Jamison.
Looking forward to more M/M from Rhianne Aile. M/M fan should also check out "Cursed", an engrossing and hot werewolves/witches M/M story.
I would have slipped it. To Love A Cowboy was an ok read. Nothing special. Justice was a waste of time and money. This is one to skip and save your money.
The second part of the book is the western story called "Justice" about three gay brothers coming to a town in search of vengeance for their parents' murder. The town is everything they didn't expect, full of gay men and very accepting of them. Instead of the revenge they sought, they instead each find a place they could easily call home in this small town. That is, until one of them is found bleeding and shot. Will Justice be served and will they finally be able to move on?
The youngest brother was the less interesting, mostly because he hooks up with the tavern owner and his brothel owner boyfriend....Personally don't like threesome and the couple already makes it clear that they're just playing with the brother and they only love each other. Much drama with the brothel owner too. But I pity the guy that's the apparent third wheel.
The middle brother was okay. Nothing much to say besides that since it's a short story everything happens very fast.
The eldest was my favorite~ He's pretty stubborn and so he ran from his potential love interest for a long long time. While he saw his younger brothers settling down and getting happy he refused to do the same until his parents could rest in peace.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well, not really good for me.. It was a way to pass time, but both stories didn;t have much depth. Was a little disappointed since I have enjoyed her writings so much when she's... Read morePublished on June 19, 2013 by Mtsnow13
There's not much to say about "To Love a Cowboy." The story was formulaic and the characters sort of dull. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by Rickyg1974
Even if the title is the same of the first story, the book is really two complete stories of about the same lenght. Read morePublished on February 9, 2008 by Elisa