Reviewed by Tammy
AUTHOR: Em Woods
PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing
LENGTH: 43 Pages
RELEASE DATE: June 21, 2016
When a rodeo clown, a small town veterinarian and his assistant form a complicated trio, they find it’s their choices that determine who finds love.
When rodeo clown Brandt Collins is forced into retirement by an injury in the arena, he heads to long-time friend Kaden Slater’s hometown to settle down. As far as he’s concerned, if that old flame ignites into a wildfire, then all the better.
Kaden is glad to see Brandt, but a little complication in the form of Kaden’s new assistant, Mike, throws a wrench in all their plans. Sexy, smart and young, Mike wants Kaden more than he wants his next breath.
Soon, misunderstandings and the past conspire to tear the trio apart before they’ve even begun. And now it’s their choices that will determine who finds love—and who doesn’t.
1st Edition by Breathless Press, 2012
Brant Collins has returned to his small hometown after an injury in the arena has forced into retirement. Brandt put everything on hold to follow his dream of being a rodeo clown but now that he’s back in town he’s determined to get his man, veterinarian Kaden Slater. Kaden and Brandt were best friends in school and when they realised they were heading in vastly different directions they decided to put their feelings aside and persue their respective careers.
When Brandt turns up to Kaden’s sister’s New Years Eve party he’s confronted by a determined Kaden. Kaden has had enough of the distance between them and decides to confront Brandt about their mutual feelings but when things go awry there is quite a bit of confusion when Kaden’s assistant Mike enters into the story. Mike has been in love with Kaden for years even though he knows Kaden has been in love with Brandt forever. Mike is just as confused as Kaden and Brandt about what is going on with the three of them, one minute he thinks he might have a chance with Kaden then Brandt comes back to town and he realised he has no chance. Mike wants to hate Brandt but he’s just too good-looking and far too nice for any animosity to last.
Being a short story has cost this book a lot in my opinion. On the one hand I really liked the story-line but there were secondary plots and characters that were introduced, then went no-where. The book was far too short for any character or story development; you go from zero to three heroes in the blink of an eye! I don’t know why but I feel like I was cheated out of most of the story.