Quiet and reserved, Ethan Griggs tolerates the guests who pay to work on the Justice River Ranch. As head wrangler it’s his job to tend to the horses and he’s happy with his life. Except for the guests; those he could do without. Especially Bridger Collins. The younger man attracts Ethan in too many ways to count, and that just ticks Ethan off. Bridger won’t be at the ranch for long, and Ethan has a strict hands-off policy when it comes to the guests. But this time he can’t tell himself no.
Bridger was born with a silver spoon that he never wanted. While his father is one of the richest men in the country, Bridger is happiest when he’s on the family ranch doing what he loves. Despite his fathers’ pressure to work in the family business, he goes to the Justice River Ranch for a vacation. He may be young, but he knows what he wants. Now more than ever he needs to live his life on his own terms, and just maybe Ethan is the man to share it with.
The bigger they are the harder they fall. Ethan never stood a chance. He wasn’t just fighting Bridgers attraction for him, he was fighting his own as well. And that was a fight he was destined to lose. While the author painted Bridger as a little lackadaisical about his diabetes, in reality it was his nervousness around Ethan that caused his mishaps. Character development helped define Ethan and Bridger’s personalities and what drove them. Fast paced but not rushed, the romance between the two men was well-done. A good solid read.
Ethan Griggs is quite happy living on Justice River Ranch. He spends his days as head wrangler, tending to the horses he loves and the guests he’s learned to tolerate. When Bridger Collins arrives at the ranch, Griggs’ world is turned upside down. Despite his usual hands-off policy with the guests, he’s immediately drawn to the younger man.
Bridger thrives on the cowboy way of life. The son of one of the richest men in the country, Bridger would rather fix a fence than sit behind a desk counting his money. The sexual chemistry he seems to share with Griggs is simply icing on the cake.
With his week-long stay coming to a close, Bridger is forced to choose between the life he wants with Griggs and the life planned for him since birth.