When a rodeo clown, a small town veterinarian and his assistant form a complicated trio, they find it's their choices that determine who finds love.
When rodeo clown Brandt Collins is forced into retirement by an injury in the arena, he heads to long-time friend Kaden Slater's hometown to settle down. As far as he's concerned, if that old flame ignites into a wildfire, then all the better.
Kaden is glad to see Brandt, but a little complication in the form of Kaden's new assistant, Mike, throws a wrench in all their plans. Sexy, smart and young, Mike wants Kaden more than he wants his next breath.
Soon, misunderstandings and the past conspire to tear the trio apart before they've even begun. And now it's their choices that will determine who finds love—and who doesn't.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of mild violence, Ménage and M/M/M intimacy.
Author: Em Woods
Published by Pride Source: Publisher
Published: June 21, 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance, Male Male Romance, Menage
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The choices that Brandt and Kaden made years ago still impact their lives today. Both men knew that their lives were headed in different directions. Kaden followed the path to veterinary school while Brandt continually followed the road that lead out of town and on to the next rodeo. An injury has left Brandt little choice on the next stage in his career. He’s just not as spry as he once was and rodeo clowns need to be fast and nimble. Going home is a fairly easy decision especially knowing that he’ll find Kaden there. Kaden is still there but after watching Brandt leave a few too many times he’s let his eyes and heart wander to his very young and sexy vet tech. Now the men that could never make a couple have to work on building a relationship of out a trio.
Short, sexy, and to the point. This sexy novella packs a whole lot of steaminess into its pages. It does however leave out some of the relationship development and sexual tension one would find in a lengthier story. Em Woods does manage to convey all that’s needed for these men to get together without it feeling too rushed. Would I have enjoyed more pages, sure but I can assure you I would have enjoyed more page time with these men had I had two hundred pages of them. That’s just me and my love of books.