Review: Let it Ride (Pickup Men #2) by L.C. Chase

June 19, 2014 Review 0

Review: Let it Ride (Pickup Men #2) by L.C. Chase

Pickup man Bridge Sullivan is the kind of cowboy everyone wants—as a brother, a friend, a lover. People think he’s straight, but Bridge isn’t one for labels, and when a sexy male paramedic jumpstarts his heart, he charges in with all guns blazing.

New York City transplant Eric Palmer grew up in foster care. While he always had a roof over his head, he never felt love or a sense of belonging . . . until he joined the California rodeo circuit as a paramedic and found a band of brothers who took him in as one of their own. Now, one in particular is making Eric’s pulse race.

When things heat up between Bridge and Eric, Bridge has to prove to Eric he’s not just experimenting with the rougher sex, while Eric must overcome his fears of being unwanted and cast aside. He knows that trusting Bridge may be the key to his happy ever after, but getting in the saddle is much, much easier than learning to let it ride.

Title: Let it Ride
Author: L.C. Chase
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Pulling Leather, A Fortunate Blizzard
Series: Pickup Men
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Pickup Men, Pulling Leather
Published by Riptide Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: 26 May 2014
Genres: Male Male Romance, Western Romance
Pages: 195
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Fast becoming one of my favorite series, Let it Ride, Pickup Men #2 by L.C. Chase was a fantastic read. Hot, sexy cowboys and the men they loved-what more could you ask for?

A continuation from the great group of friends found in Pickup Men, Bridge Sullivan started the torch for paramedic Eric Palmer, unbeknownst to his friends and even to himself. Never one to place a label on a relationship, Bridge found his growing attraction to Eric scary and titillating at the same time.

Ms. Chase wrote an exquisite tale of cowboys, rodeos, and the bonds formed on the lonely rode to entertainment and fame. A close-knit group; who must stick together all the more, as gay cowboys. Subtle nuances gave glimpses into the hardships Eric endured growing up, where love never flourished. Yet, so opposite of Bridge’s family- the boisterously accepting Sullivan’s. I fell in love with this family as they wrapped Eric in cotton and welcomed him.

A beautiful ending which brought tears to my eyes and put a smile on my face. I look forward to reading more of the Pickup Men series, as Ms. Chase left the door open for new storylines.



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