Out of the Shadow
Book six in the Cattle Valley Series. - Contemporary, M/M
With Cattle Valley Rodeo Days coming to the area soon Shep Black a rancher who raises rodeo bulls is preparing his stock for the rodeo and trying to avoid his attraction for Jeremy his best friend's son. When years before Jeremy had come to live with his Father Shep was torn between his attraction and his friendship with Todd, when he was injured and his career was over he was glad to quit the rodeo and live on his ranch.
Jeremy was sent to live with Shep because he was gay and the rodeo circuit was not the place for him. Jeremy has loved Shep for years when finally Shep returns his attraction and love.
Will Shep loose Jeremy for fear of loosing his friendship with Todd or will he give love a chance?
Out of the Shadows is the first one of the Cattle Valley series I’ve read and I liked it very much. The story line was a good one and tenderness between Shep and Jeremy was great. I would recommend this one to my friends.
Book Blurb for Out of the Shadow
When Shepard Black left the rodeo circuit, he thought his days of lusting after young cowboys were over. Now owner of the Backbreaker Ranch, Shep raises mean spirited bulls like the ones that used to toss him around the arena. It’s a challenge, but he never imagined his best friend’s son, Jeremy, would prove to be his toughest one yet. Watching Jeremy’s long legs wrap around a bucking bull gives Shep too many ideas for comfort. Even worse, Jeremy seems to know exactly the affect he’s having on his boss and teacher.
When Jeremy asks Shep to help him train for the upcoming Cattle Valley Rodeo Days, he has two goals in mind. To spend time with the man he’s lusted after since he was a teenager and to beat his father. He’s been through hell as the son of the reigning National Champion, and he wants his dad to have a taste of his own medicine. He might just get a taste of what he’s longed for all this time, too.
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