Title: After the Fall
After years of saving every penny, Nathan has finally managed to buy the horse of his dreams. He’s looking forward to a summer of exploring the Colorado mountain trails above Tucker Springs with Tsarina. But on their very first ride, a motorcyclist makes a wrong turn, scaring Tsarina into bolting and leaving Nathan with a broken leg, a broken hand, and a ruined summer.
Ryan is a loner and a nomad, content with working odd jobs before moving on to the next town. Feeling guilty for causing the accident that leaves Nathan in two casts, Ryan offers to keep Tsarina exercised until Nathan heals.
Despite their bad start, Nathan and Ryan soon become friends . . . and then much more. But with a couple of nasty breakups in his past, Nathan doesn’t want feelings getting involved—especially knowing that Ryan will never settle down. But since when do feelings ever listen to reason?
Author: L.A. Witt
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Finding Master Right, Capture and Surrender, Static, If It Drives
Series: Tucker Springs #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Never a Hero
Published by Riptide Publishing Source: Author
Published: October 7, 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Male Male Romance
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After the Fall was the sixth book in the Tucker Springs series and can be read as a standalone. I adored the main characters in this book. Ryan and Nathan were likeable and easy on disposition.
After a horse meets motorcycle mishap, Nathan and Ryan found themselves attached at the hip as Ryan attempted to repay Nathan for his accident by taking care of his horse, and eventually Nathan as well.
The writing was wonderful, as I would expect nothing less from an L.A. Witt story. Each character brought a subtle dynamic that created chemistry and synergy as they waded through relationship fright. The romance was plentiful and the friendship to love was an added bonus.
Ms. Witt conveyed the perfect amount of angst imbedded into Ryan and Nathan’s relationship with a large dose of sensuality. When Ryan and Nathan kissed, Ms. Witt drew the reader into the story and delivered every tingle and sensation.
Loveable, almost shy, main characters, tender love scenes, and beautiful dialogue are just a small part of this lovely story. A must read for any Tucker Springs fan