An awkward, almost shy, reticence (at least when personal things are concerned) meets an outspoken zest for life that comes out of tragedy when Jack Way meets the boss's nephew, Blair Donovan.
While not fully opposites, Jack and Blair certainly get off on the wrong foot at first meeting and things go from there.
A wonderful read that wasn't too long (even though, as a reader, I wouldn't have minded for the story to be longer) or too short.
After leaving trouble behind, Jackson Way has found a home on the Triple-R, but he hasn’t found that one perfect horse—and men are pretty thin on the ground as well. Jack’s got a once-a-year hookup with a carnival worker, but it’s been quite some time since the carnival’s been by. When the ranch owner’s nephew comes to the Triple-R to work, Jackson has to admit, Blair McRae can tempt a man.
But Jackson’s not the only one with a past to make a man skittish, and Blair’s not willing to risk his bruised heart if Jackson’s not ready to let go of his past. Jackson had to work hard, be patient, and let go of the past to get his one perfect horse—is he willing to go to the same lengths to hold on to that one perfect man?