Cattle Valley: The Last Bouquet

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Cattle Valley: The Last Bouquet

Book ten in the Cattle Valley Series - Contemporary/ Gay

Tyler Manning has always loved Hearn Sutherland but he can't seem to get Hearn to see him and the love. Hearn is still mourning Mitch Lanham even though Tyler knows that Mitch was the least bit mourn-able being a selfish adulterous jerk. Every week Hearn comes into Tyler's flower shop to take his weekly flowers to Mitch's grave ripping out Tyler's heart every time.
Hearn's self esteem has been battered by Mitch even before he was killed in a car accident. He can't seem to see what is before him until it's practically pushed in his face. Hearn finally sees Tyler and decides to court him properly and to show him that he is over Mitch.
Tyler convinces Hearn that he should run for mayor against Nate Gills another well liked member of Cattle Valley. Hearn knows it’s going to be a difficult race.
Nate Gills has a few skeletons in his closet that he and his partners must over come for Nate to run for mayor of Cattle Valley.
Will the Hearn and Tyler overcome the ghost of Mitch and live happily ever after?
And will Nate Rio and Ryan find that Skeletons are easy to reveal and dispel for the future to be a happy one?
The Last Bouquet is a very good book. I liked the way it told not only Hearn and Tyler's love story but also cleared up the mystery of Nate's Gills beginning. It's a fabulous read with a lot of hot, steamy, and sexy love scenes. Not only Hearn’s and Tyler but also Nate Rio and Ryan's love for each other. WOW!! It was well worth reading. It’s going on my keeper shelf!

Book Blurb for Cattle Valley: The Last Bouquet

Book ten in the Cattle Valley Series

Tyler Manning hates seeing Hearn Sutherland mourn over a jerk like Mitch Lanham. Every week Hearn comes into Tyler's shop to pick up fresh flowers for his lover's grave, and every minute spent with the good-looking man makes Tyler love him more.

Since Mitch's death, Hearn has become withdrawn and sullen. For months before Mitch's accident, Hearn tried to fight the attraction he felt for his best friend, Tyler. Now nine months later, he learns the truth about his long-term partner, one that will change Hearn's life forever.

When Tyler convinces Hearn to run for mayor against Cattle Valley's own favourite son, Nate Gills, Hearn knows he's in for a bumpy ride.

Nate has his own bumps in the road to overcome. With the threat of a long-time secret being exposed, Nate must finally come to terms with his past. Opening himself to criticism from his partners, Ryan and Rio, isn't going to be easy, but Nate knows the time has come to confess his past sins.

Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2009 4.50