Brown and Isaac Singer have been a couple for over
twenty-five years. As young doctors fresh out of school,
they moved to Cattle Valley and started a Medical Clinic.
When they opened their practice to include physical
therapist Matt Jeffries, they never dreamed they would be
opening their hearts, bed and relationship to him as well.
Jeffries had not been home from serving in Iraq for very
long before taking the job to move to Cattle Valley.
Meeting Isaac and Sam, he never expected the strong
attraction he felt for the two men, and never in his wildest
dream did he expect them to feel the same way about him.
But before Matt could allow himself to even imagine a future
with the two doctors he has to come to terms with his past
and all that he lost in Iraq.
Physical Therapy is the fifth installment in the
Cattle Valley series and I felt it disappoints in the
romance department. I thought the side story of Matt
dealing with tragic events and memories that plague him from
his tour in Iraq was interesting and emotionally moving, but
the threesome of Sam, Isaac and Matt was definitely
lacking. It came across as more of a friendly
companionship, or a convenience more than romantic. This
could be because Isaac and Sam were older, but then that has
me wondering if this relationship will be enough for Matt.
This is my least favorite of the series but as a follower of
the series I suggest reading Physical Therapy
as a segue to the next installment.