New York City transplant Eric Palmer grew up in foster care. While he always had a roof over his head, he never felt love or a sense of belonging...until he joined the California rodeo circuit as a paramedic and found a band of brothers who took him in as one of their own. Now, one in particular is making Eric's pulse race.
When things heat up between Bridge and Eric, Bridge has to prove to Eric he's not just experimenting with the rougher sex, while Eric must overcome his fears of being unwanted and cast aside. He knows that trusting Bridge may be the key to his happy ever after, but getting in the saddle is much, much easier than learning to let it ride.
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By Cat on 26-02-16
Hot cobys and sexy Paramedics
Romance. Angst. Happy Endings. Oh I nearly forgot…sexy cowboys and hot paramedics.
Ever since meeting Eric, Bridge has questioned his feelings. Finally, he can’t take it anymore and finally approaches Eric. Eric reciprocates his desires but his past keeps him from letting go. Whose heart will get broken?
I have read this series so I am already familiar with the books. This is book two, though you may be able to read as a standalone…I suggest reading in order so you get a bit more background on both Bridge and Eric.
I think I could listen I Dorian Bane all day every day. His voice is so rich; a perfect cowboy voice, yet he was able to drop an octave for Marty and even do a cool accent for Eric. The regular narration is hot, but let me tell you his reading of the sex scenes will set you on fire. I think we need a fireman tossed in here with our paramedic!
If you like sexy cowboys, paramedics, gay for you, an allover sweet romance with some scorching hot sex-scenes this is a must read.
I highly recommend this series!
I received a copy for an honest review.
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By Morgan A Skye on 24-02-16
Dorian Bane makes this audiobook really come alive
This was my second LC Chase book ever and I absolutely loved it! I am not normally a western/cowboy type book lover, but there are a few where the setting is just perfect for the love story and this is one of those books.
This is a GFY - which is definitely one of my favorite tropes, so it was easy to love. But – you can make a GFY go really bad if you don’t convince the reader that the guy “going gay” has really thought about it and made the amazingly difficult leap believable. LC Chase does, and does it very well.
Bridge is a great character, sexy, funny, sweet, heart of gold. Everyone loves him and so did I. What I really appreciated about this guy was how the author showed us his thinking process from attraction to action. Though it was “insta love” it wasn’t “Insta involvement” or “Insta gay”. He was appropriately trepidacious about possibly losing not one but several friends, and he didn’t want to hurt anyone. I thought it was well done and insightful.
Eric is the hot paramedic with a sad past. I didn’t like his character nearly as much as Bridge. I wanted him to either fight the relationship harder in the beginning or less at the end. He seemed to give in to Bridge, and his “we’ll just be fuck buddies” never rang true to me. I felt like he was deluding himself in a way that was much less believable than Bridge’s conviction to be a gay man.
The glimpse of the characters from the first book is nice, though it was not necessary to have read the books in order to enjoy this one.
The sex was fantastic, the love story sweet, the angst tear producing.
All in all a great book.
I give it a 4.5 of 5 stars only because I wanted Eric’s character to be a little more consistent.
Dorian Bane makes this audiobook really come alive. I LOVE how he’s done Eric’s slightly Bronx accent and he’s given Bridge this very methodical and thoughtful – heavy on the “western” – accent that matches him perfectly! Sometimes his reading gets a bit flat when he’s not doing the dialog, but the dialog more than makes up for that. I absolutely loved this narration and highly recommend it!
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