Did you ever finish reading a book and think, how do I feel about it? That’s what happened with this book, I know I enjoyed the story but I didn’t really connect with it and I didn’t quite get the emotional tie to it. Maybe it is just me, like I said the story was good.
The story takes place at the J-Bar Ranch where Malloy is a foreman. Malloy is a loner and his life is his work. Crandall and Emma Jenkins are the owners of the J-Bar and also Malloy’s foster parents. The Jenkin’s are bighearted and seem to take in strays, the newest addition is Crispin. Cripsin is an out gay man and has the gift of chatter. Malloy takes him under his wing and the closeness of having Crispin by him ignites a spark in Malloy that he didn’t even know was there, after all he had only had sex with women.
As an extrovert Crispin took the lead on pulling Malloy out of his shell and assisting him in acknowledging his attraction to Crispin.
The sex scenes were very well written and erotic.
To most readers this will be one of the great books for them. I recommend you try it out.
Print Length: 266 pages
Publisher: InterMix (August 20, 2013)
Go to Z.A. Maxfield Author page