[Twice the Cowboy] Free ☆ James Buchanan
Genre That gives the
book and the author a special place in my fangirl s heart and the author a special place in my fangirl s heart I ve still not warmed up to beer and rodeos I have since fallen in love with Buchanan s voice James is on my list of Top Five Fave Authors for a damn good reason I would need bells the size of Greenland to give this author the ringing ndorsements so richly deserved Two sexy cowboys with a case of insta lust Super hot uick read This short first part was really HOT Wow Jess and Manuel were smoking HOT together but for me at the nd there was a bit to much of sex between them but then
was worth it 35. to destroy *THEIR RELATIONSHIP BEFORE IT REALLY STARTS *relationship before it really starts two men from wildly different backgrounds overcome hatred and jealousy and learn to trust in ach other. ,
IT WAS WORTH IT 35.
I love James Buchanan The *Deputy Joe
"Books Are Keepers Me "are keepers for me this bookI dunno it to hook *Joe books are keepers for me But this bookI dunno it failed to hook The relationship happened so fast and I wasn t invested in it It was fine but I m used to being swept away by Buchanan s books I didn t connect with the characters Sorry However James Buchanan is still one of my favorite writers I had a hard time getting into this story I m not interested in beer rodeos cowboys Latin hotties or the culture of the Southwest I ve never ven watched Brokeback Mountain Not to mention I initially had some difficulty adjusting to Buchanan s voice The sex is Manuel Santos Fuentes was not the type of cowboy Jess Graff was used to From the moment they met during the El Paso International Rodeo Jess wanted the Charro When. ,
Teamy but not raunchy The minor characters are not *JUST AN INTERUPTION THEY ACTUALLY HAVE A PLACE IN *an interuption they actually have a place in story and definitely add to the overall feeling of satisfaction The story itself the fullness of the characterizations and ven the writing once I got used to it are Dreaming Me: An African-American Woman's Buddhist Journey exemplary My only complaint is that I thought Jesse and Manuel fell in love far too soon but I can stillasily see why they would feel so strongly for one another so uickly This was the first MM romance I d ver read that made me feel as though I were reading about real gay men instead of the stylized characters of the yaoi. Manuel is injured during El Paso de la Muerte Jess seizes the opportunity to get his vauero into bed But cross cultural misunderstandings and family feuds threate.