seven years Trace Tilton no longer considered Farley Gulch
his home, and if his father had not suffered a severe heart
attack he doubted he would have ever returned. He had no
plans to stay any longer than it took for his father to
recuperate enough to resume the running of the family ranch,
The Triple T, but apparently his father and sister had other
ideas. No matter what his father and sister are expecting
returning home permanently was not an option for many
reasons. Being gay and not out to his family topped the list
and Farley Gulch was not the place for a gay man to live.
Ironically Nash Stokes, The Triple T Foreman thought
differently. For Nash, Farley Gulch was just what he needed
to live a simple life even if it meant being alone. When the
boss’ son returns home Nash’s simple life is turned upside
Hard Ride Home was an enjoyable and very sweet
story. Trace and Nash were quite likable, but I would have
loved a deeper emotional connection between them. It felt
like their interest in one another was only physical and due
to easy access, both being available in a small town.
Sexually the passion was there but emotionally it was
lacking, however I still found Hard Ride Home
to be a very good read.