Tony Romanosí family disowned him for
being gay so he ran away from home when he was a teenager.
Tony rides bulls in the rodeo circuit now. When heís not
competing, Tony lives with his friends Les and Randy at Lesí
ranch in Wyoming. Les and Randy are lovers and Tony loves
them like brothers. He wishes he had what they share.
While competing at a bull riding event
in Hawaii Tony meets Mac, Brody MacCafferty, and they spend
a few days in each otherís bed. When his Hawaiian trip is
over, Tony reluctantly says goodbye to Mac and heads home to
Texas to help his nephew Juan. Juan is gay and having the
same trouble Tony did with their family. Tony takes Juan and
his friend Yancey back to Wyoming with him.
Brody comes to Lesí ranch looking for
his brother Yancey. He gets a pleasant surprise when he sees
Tony there. The men pick up where they left off but their
jobs, Tonyís family, and distance - Brody lives in
California, make things hard on them. Can Tony find a home
of his own with Brody?
Home of His Own is an
angst filled romance. Tony and Brody are great together.
Theyíre loving and sexy. There is a lot of drama in
Home of His Own. Itís an erotic love story with a
very happy ending.
Where His Home Lies
Les Hardin and Randy Hersch are
longtime lovers. They have invited their close friends and
family over on Valentineís Day to celebrate their love and
the commitment they have made to each other.
Where His Home Lies is very romantic. Les and
Randy make their first appearance in No Going Home,
book one of the Home series. Les and Randy have been through
a lot to get to where they are now. Where His Home
Lies is the perfect way to end their loving and