Summary

When Madison "Matty" Ward finds himself out of work and without a place to live, his cousin comes through with a job on the Gates cattle ranch. Despite not knowing anything about herding cattle or taking care of horses, Matty does his best to impress the older hunky foreman, Baxter Hollingsworth. Baxter is drawn to the new young hand, but he's deeply closeted, and after an openly gay veterinarian shows he's interested in Matty, Baxter's repressed feelings lead to an explosive encounter. Baxter then withdraws - leaving Matty feeling angry and used - until an accident forces him to confront his fears.
©2013 Rob Colton (P)2013 Dreamspinner Press
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3 out of 5 stars
By Paul Luthi on 09-01-14

A decent story

The book was well written and well narrated, but i just felt it was missing something. It is a pretty short book, but the ending was rather "matter of fact" and fairly surprising.

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