Boone Fowler and Jeb McCain live
together on Jeb’s ranch. They don’t flaunt their
relationship, but they’ve been a couple for several years
now. When Boone and Jeb stumble across Avery, unconscious
and alone, their first thoughts are of how gorgeous he is.
Their next is to take care of him. If Avery is willing, Jeb
and Boone want to keep him, except Avery is in danger. If he
wants to stay with Jeb and Boone, he’ll have to pretend he’s
Avery is Boone and Jeb’s temporary
wife, who becomes a permanent part of their lives in
Cowboy Dreams. Cowboy Dreams is pretty
much what I expected. The parts of the story I was unsure
about worked out well too. Boone and Jeb are tender and
passionate lovers. Their love and respect for each other is
evident in everything they do and say. Avery is a pleasant
surprise for them. He is younger, slighter, and although shy
and quiet, he is not inexperienced. Stormy Glenn does a good
job with Cowboy Dreams’ unique storyline.
Circumstances being what they are, things like whether or
not Avery has beard stubble or a deeper voice than most
women are aspects that never really need to be addressed.
While not a deeply poignant story or even a very realistic
one, Cowboy Dreams is entertaining and full of
hot three-way cowboy sex.