Ryan, Nate and Rio are together for
good now and nothing is going to separate them. However,
they know that their arrangement is unconventional so when
Ryan receives an offer to be the sheriff of Cattle Valley –
a town built to be a haven for gay people, they decide that
this just might be the place for them.
Once all three of them are at Cattle
Valley, Nate and Rio find themselves at loose ends, as there
isn’t much call for a PI or a mercenary. Nate, being as
friendly as he is, immediately starts making friends with
all the people he meets especially the owner of a fine men’s
clothing. After all, a man’s measure is in how good he
looks, right? However, when Nate finds out that his
newfound friend might be on the receiving end of abuse by an
angry ex, Nate can’t help but become involved.
Will Rio and Ryan understand Nate’s
need to help out his new friend?
All Play and No Work
starts the story of the three men whom were introduced in
the Good-Time Boys series. Nate continues to charm
with his stylish wardrobe and playful personality, while Rio
and Ryan are the “muscle” in the relationship. These three
are so hot that they will steam up your screen and leave you
reaching for something to cool down with often. While the
characters and the plot take slightly predictable paths the
book is packed with sensuality along with humor that will
keep you smiling along with the men. That said All
Play and No Work is an entertaining read for a day
that you are looking for uncomplicated sensuality.