Reviewed by Kimberley
TITLE: The Right Time For Us
SERIES: Cade Creek #14
AUTHOR: Stormy Glenn
PUBLISHER: Siren Bookstrand
LENGTH: 144 pages
RELEASE DATE: April 20, 2017
Robby Fletcher had a lot of things to be ashamed of, but being assaulted by his oldest brother and his pals wasn’t one of them. It’s been going on for years, but after one beating too many, Robby has finally had enough.
When he learns that Moose is in danger, Robby wants to protect his brother for once, and that means going to Cade Creek to warn him that Billy is out for revenge. But nothing ever comes easy for Robby. He barely has time to step foot in Cade Creek before he’s running for his life.
Gus Fletcher knew something was wrong the second three rough-looking guys stepped inside his feed and seed store. He knew they were after something, and he was determined they wouldn’t get it, especially when he discovered the frightened man hiding under his desk.
Between misunderstandings, the danger from Billy and his cohorts, and trying to help Robby and Moose mend their relationship, falling in love seems easy. But finding the right time for it is almost impossible.
This is book #14 in the Cade Creek series and gives us Robby’s story. As you recall, Robby is Moose’s younger brother. You can revisit Bull’s story (Shy Guys Finish First). As in all of the other books in this series, this young man enters Cade Creek physically and emotionally broken.
Although the books in this series follow the same formula, the author make it work well with the characters she creates. The storylines are sad but you know that these characters are going to have their HEA. There is an insta-love component to these stories that seems born more out of despair and a bit of desperation to latch onto the mere glimmer of happiness but with these characters, it’s okay. The amount of abuse and devastation these men endure in their lives, the abuse, physical, sexual and verbal, you feel that they’re allowed to capture their bit of the happy pie.
I liked this book and this series. The beginnings are a bit hard to read due to the sometimes graphic nature of the physical abuse but these men find someone who rescues them and helps them heal.
The books in this series have mild-to mid- level violence and may deal with issues such as domestic/family violence, physical, mental, sexual abuse and rape so if those are your triggers, I would recommend you skip those parts.
This book is part of a series and as such should be read in sequential order. It is recommended that you read the Blaecleah Brothers Cowboy series as this is a spinoff and characters cross over into this series.