Is it worth risking your heart at another chance at love? Are rules you grew up with meant to be broken?
I guess to find out those answers you need to look inside yourself or you can read The O’Brien Way by Carol Lynne.
William “Moby” Haines has come back home to take care of his mom now that his abusive, overbearing, homophobic father is dead. Commuting to Cattle Valley to his job as a waiter at a bar is a long way from being a dancer and stripper in Vegas. But bills need to be paid and his mom needs his help. The only bright side is his boss Sean O’Brien. Moby would love to get to know his boss much more intimately.
Sean O’Brien is starting to have feelings for his employee. That’s a big no no in his book. Besides he’s finally getting over the breakup with his former lover. Should he take a chance on him?
Well sometimes fate has a way of taking over.
I have read each and every one of Carol’s Cattle Valley books and have loved them all. And this book was no exception. I’ve been waiting a long time to read Sean’s story ever since he bought Brewster’s Bar.
My only problem is that I read Carols stories faster than she can write them. But they are well worth the wait.
Although this book is part of a series it can be read as a standalone. But I will guarantee you once you start on this series you will want to go back and read the rest. Every one of the men in Cattle Valley is hot, smart and damn sexy.
As one of the premier dancers in the hottest all male strip show in Vegas, William “Moby” Haines had it all, men, money and freedom. When he was called home to Sheridan, Wyoming to care for his ailing mother, Moby’s life drastically changed. Gone were the nights of screaming fans and eager to please one night stands. His life became a series of low-paying jobs and escalating medical bills.
Moby’s luck turned the day he read an ad in the morning paper for a waiter and barback at O’Brien’s Pub. Although a forty-five minute commute to Cattle Valley would mean spending less time with his mother, Moby decided it was his one and only shot at a tolerable life in Wyoming.
Burned once by the love bug, Sean O’Brien had no interest in traveling down that road anytime soon. Although the customers seemed to love his newest hire, Sean was quickly on the verge of firing the sexy stud. The way Moby allowed customers to treat him was disrespectful. If his newest hire wouldn’t do anything about it Sean would, even if that meant claiming Moby for himself.