Jacky Douglas is a rodeo fanatic, plain and simple. He loves the ride, and he loves the cowboys. He fell hard for Frizz when they met, and theirs was a one-night stand made in heaven. When they meet again, Jacky thinks it’s a stroke of luck. Frizz takes some convincing, but once he’s on board, they begin a relationship. The fledgling romance faces a challenge when news of it travels all the way to the one place Frizz doesn’t want it to go: his parents’ bookstore.
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By Stacy Thompson on 21-08-18
A Daring Ride
This book was good. I was happy to get a chance to read and listen to Jackie’s book after meeting him in book one of this series. Jackie is outgoing and unapologetically gay, with no way and no reason for hiding who he is. He is just out and rightfully proud of who he is. Simon “Frizz” is an upcoming Bullrider who happens to meet, and make a connection to Jackie after a rodeo. There’s some family issues and drama on Frizz’s side which gives more complex depth to the storyline. He’s worried about coming out and “being gay”, worried that he will lose his family and friends over it. But being with a Jackie makes him realize that he really just needs to be comfortable with himself in order to be happy in life and worry less about what others think. I really liked the two of these guys together. I appreciated all of the support their friends gave them, especially the support Frizz received when he was learning more about himself and who he is as a person. This was a really solid and well put together story.
Audio - John Solo did a great job with this narration. I really liked his voices for these characters and how he brought them to life. He has a way of making sure we get the perfect emotion whenever and wherever it’s needed in each story.
By James on 15-06-18
Just couldn’t finish it
Starts very promisingly but then just flogs a dead horse over and over until I couldn’t bear to go on. Such potential in the characters and the setting but, oh dear, painfully repetitive and psychologically unconvincing. Pity but there it is.