Rodney and Jacob are in some ways total opposites. Rodney is a big city cop and Jacob is a small town rancher. Rodney doesn't think Jacob would be willing to move to the city - especially since Jake's brothers didn't do so well when they visited. Jake may have other ideas, however. The characters, story, and pace were excellent for the length. While it would have been nice if the story would have been longer, for the point of the story, a longer format would have been detrimental. Look forward to reading more of Ms. Carr's stories.
Rodney Jackson and Jacob James have been flirting around each other for a while before Rodney had been shot. The physical therapy was Rodney's focus as it would be his ticket back home and back to the job he loves. Now, since Rod's physical therapy is over, can the city cop and the rancher see if they can work things out to both of their benefits?
Sometimes there are only two choices. Love…or leave.
Jacob James falls for Rodney the moment the New York City cop crash lands into his far-too-predictable ranch life. The sexy city slicker is everything a lonely Wyoming cowboy could ever dream of. When Rodney is shot in the line of duty, however, their off-the-charts attraction turns unexpectedly cool. Jacob offers the only thing he has left—friendship.
All Rodney can think about—besides his cowboy lover—is getting back to his job. But what good is a cop who can’t fire a gun? While he’s grateful for Jacob’s support through months of grueling physical therapy, how can he offer anything more when his own future is so uncertain?
When he’s finally cleared to return to work in New York, Rodney thought it would be the happiest day of his life. Except reaching his goal means leaving Jacob behind…and a future he never thought he wanted. Until now…
Warning: New York City cop meets Wyoming cowboy. Come on. You know that’s going to be hot.