- Book Title: Hay and Heartbreak
- Book Series: Mossy Glenn Ranch #7
- Author: Bailey Bradford
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (September 29, 2015)
- Book Length: 176 pages
- Genre: Romance, Cowboy/Western, Erotica
- Reviewed by: Lily
- Rating: 4 Star
- Posting Date: December 10, 2015
“Hay and Heartbreak” is the seventh story in the series and it is the first one I read. I am hooked on the stories and I want to read all of them now.
I love romance between two people where there is an age gap. I have no idea why but I do love reading it because I always imagine older individuals would be more grounded, mature and alpha. In this story, Hector is exactly that. He is fallible but mature enough to admit when he is in the wrong.
Daniel…well, his story broke my heart and I think it will break your’s, leave you feeling choked up too. Yes, he is framed for a murder he did not commit but when his innocence was proven, he comes of jail as a wounded hero, not as an embittered one. This man is a survivor through and through but nevertheless still he carries some scars from his past ordeal. Nope, I am not telling anything more cos I would steal that choked up tearful experience from you. Read it, my friends and experience this amazing man’s journey.
Both of them were meant to be together. I love how the author created these two beautiful souls. Neither is perfect but just so lovably human and I am glad that they met in this wonderful ranch. I wish there was a ranch like this in real life where people felt safe and looked after each other despite their differences. I generally rate stories based on how much I was absorbed into the story…and I sure was in this story. I felt as if I was working in the ranch and could smell the barn environment and feel the cold weather. I can almost hear the footsteps in the hallway where the cowboys slept. I loved that the writer made my reading experience very engaging and pulled me out of real life.
Book seven in the Mossy Glenn Ranch series
There’s more than one way to imprison a man.
Daniel Edmonds spent almost a decade in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. After finally having his name cleared, he’d hoped things would get easier, but people still look at him like he’s a murderer, and talk about him in hushed voices as he walks past. When he discovers that he really can’t go home again, he has to decide what to do to survive.
Adapting to the outside world isn’t easy, especially for a man alone.
Fear of temptation to fall back into his old ways scares Daniel into near-seclusion. When given the chance to help his brother Duke and brother-in-law, Frankie, Daniel agrees. His pride takes a hit when he has to let them buy his plane ticket to Montana, but Daniel’s learning that family is more important than anything else.
That’s what he tells himself, although maybe he’s running, just a little, and not just trying to help Duke and Frankie. One thing is for certain—he doesn’t mind spending a little time on the Mossy Glenn Ranch.
Hector Gallegos works hard and keeps his head down. He hasn’t been interested in more than the occasional hook-up here and there. He’s growing tired of that lifestyle, though, after seeing so many happy couples—and one treble—at the Mossy Glenn.
When Dan Edmonds shows up to visit his brother, Duke, Hector can’t help but notice the man. Dan’s scarred face doesn’t dim the attraction that immediately flares between him and Hector.
Lust comes easy, but building something that will last is a challenge.
Caffeine and chocolate are permanent fixtures in Bailey’s office and are never far from hand at any given time. Removing either of those necessities from Bailey’s presence can result in what is known as A Very, Very Scary Bailey and is not advised under any circumstances.
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