Book Twenty Seven in the Cattle Valley series.
For years, Ryan Blackfeather prided himself on maintaining his composure no matter the situation. He has built a life around his desire to be needed, to feel important to those around him. His job as sheriff and the love of his partners, Nate and Rio, not only fulfil him they give him purpose. So why when he receives a phone call with tragic news does their love and support not comfort him?
The more Rio and Nate pressured him to talk about his sudden surly mood, the more Ryan began to resent them. The answer came at the height of a heated argument, it was time to return to the place and the people who first made him feel like he had nothing to offer. Only then would he figure out why he’d spent a lifetime searching for the acceptance of those around him.
Insisting he tackle his past on his own terms, Ryan returns to Oklahoma to face the demon, the one man in the world he could never please.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series, having read the previous story about Ryan, Rio and Nate - All Play and No Work. There is also an inventive sex scene involving food play.
|Number of pages||86|
|Genre||Gay MM/ Ménage à Trois MMM/ Contemporary|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
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Customer ReviewsReview From Fallen Angel ReviewsReviewed by TeresaRyan didn't want to burden his lovers with his past, but what he seemed to forget is that abuse happens at all levels of society...Even though it was a more difficult road to travel, it led him to Ryo and Nate and all of the love he would ever need.Read the full review atSeptember 2012Review From Literary Nymphs ReviewsReviewed by Dragon MinxMs. Lynne expressed these intense, painful and raw emotions well. But what I particularly enjoyed is Ryan’s ability to work through his childhood issues and grow, moving past some of the pain that had haunted him for so long...And the guys still manage to get in some sizzling hot sex—outside, while at dinner—naked, with food, which some might find off-putting.Read the full review atSeptember 2012Rainbow Book ReviewsReviewed by Lena GreyOf all the stories about Ryan, Rio, and Nate, this is the one that touches me the most...I truly enjoyed this book and recommend it, not just to Cattle Valley fans, but to everyone who appreciates a story with three men, very devoted to each other, who will stop at nothing to ensure their partners happinessRead the full review atAugust 2012
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