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There are lots of supporting characters who will obviously feature in all the series - some you'll definitely love and some you'll love to hate. I did enjoy getting deeper into the characters and their past's.So summing it all up I must say I thoroughly enjoyed my cowboy fix and am thoroughly looking forward to the next two in the series! It would have been nice to see more of one, but I won't complain. This was my first MM book and is still a favorite of mine to this day so I'm glad someone enjoyed Les and Randy's story as much as me!
Six years ago, a hoof to the head ended Leslie Hardin's show-jumping career and his relationship with the man he loved. I really enjoyed this read and it was one of my favourites for a long time with memorable characters and the right amount of story and romance.
Broken, hurt, and rejected, Les has focused his energies on rebuilding his life. Chase can write a great m/m romance; this one just fell short. ;)No Going Home is the first in the Home series by T. I find it very hard to read a good cowboy story with no cheating or major flaws.
It is within the realm of possibility that I'll eventually come back to this and finish it, but probably not likely. I did finish it, but had the same issues with it as you did. It's all "baby, baby, baby" and "tight cowboy butts" from that point on. I'm really picky about westerns though, so I may be judging too harshly. I can appreciate erotica for the sake of erotica, and there was plenty of that in this book. I'll admit, the phrase "come on my cock" casts a magical lady boner spell over me. Of course, Les and Randy begin to have feelings for one another.
I thought that the issues the characters were dealing with were over-simplified and too easily dealt with. But, can Les overcome a tragedy in his past that is keeping him from opening his heart to Randy?
The magic in this story comes from the chemistry and connection that the two main guys generate. I love a story about unconventional families and family life in general. But the story was pretty much: sex, squirt, cuddle, ranch stuff ... And also a first together in the way of love being reciprocated. They were alike in a lot of ways and had experiences in different areas which made them a great couple and helped build up an actual story.
These two can hardly keep their hands off each other so there's plenty of hot *Yee Ha* action but at the same time because of the palpable feeling that grows steadily from attraction through to love as the book progresses, its also very tender, very sensual and really romantic ! There were quite a few villains in this and they were well portrayed, that is all I will say about them.
Sometimes too much sex becomes boring and repetitive (Oh no it doesn't ...... Lol ) but I had no problem whatsoever with it in this book ! Les is a lovely character he's generous, kind and open minded to a fault and Randy is endearing and surprisingly sensitive considering he's a tough rodeo rider. Not much could be said without giving too much away. Margie and Tammy were funny and added some good female characters to the story.
As a couple they are just perfect and boy do they sizzle! A lot of m/m has bad female secondary's and it can get weary after a while.
Randy's sister adds a good bit of humor to the tale as well. Another novel, set in the world of the cowboy, about homosexual love... But this romance, like the others I have mentioned, is a tender and enthral Another novel, set in the world of the cowboy, about homosexual love... But this romance, like the others I have mentioned, is a tender and enthralling novel: Les and Randy are characters that’s hard to classify.
at this point I’m wondering if all the cowboys are gay (Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx, Bareback by Chris Owen, The Tin Star by J. at this point I’m wondering if all the cowboys are gay (Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx, Bareback by Chris Owen, The Tin Star by J. According to the common standards Les would be the alpha male and Randy the beta, but has their story develops and Randy grows more self-aware and confident in his strength, parts seem to exchange.
Everything was way too black and white - the good guys were flawless, the bad guys were evil, and there was no in between. I read almost half of the book and found it almost painfully dull. This is the first of their published works I've read and I plan to read many more. It's all "baby, baby, baby" and "tight cowboy butts" from that point on. He likes to collect and rescue broken horses and people. But, can Les overcome a tragedy in his past that is keeping him from opening his heart to Randy? The story is about a rodeo rider, Randy, taken in after an injury by his neighbor Les.