After losing his teaching job to budget cuts, and being
dismissed by his boyfriend, Ryan Putnam returns home to his
family ranch to lick his wounds.
Intending to spend quality time with his brother and
his family, Ryan never expected to find a best friend in the
ranchís new ranch hand Teo Mendez.
Recently widowed Teo also came to the ranch to regroup and
make a stable home for his son Tony.
Teo doesnít need or want complications in his life,
but his feelings for Ryan moves past friendship and neither
man has the strength to deny those feelings.
is absolutely fantastic!
I loved visiting the Good Fortune Ranch again.
I liked Ryan so much better in this story.
Although his appearance in the prequel
was short, he came across as a bit judgmental to me, in
I saw his attitude as more of a thoughtful and truthful
person who acts on his feelings.
Ryan is definitely the perfect person for Teo.
I adored the both of them or I should say the three
of them because Tony, Teoís seven-year-old son, stole my
heart as well.
What I liked the most about this story is that it wasnít
rushed. Teo and
Ryan took time to get to get to know each other and their
relationship wasnít built on a foundation of sex. It was
also wonderful visiting with Clay again.
He is so at peace and at home in his own skin since
finding Paige and building their family.
I canít wait for the next
is undoubtedly going
to be about younger brother Ty.
Iím hoping Ty realizes that he hasnít found the right
woman to tame his cowboy heart simply because his love may
not be a woman (hint hint).
is a terrific well-written story and I Joyfully Recommend