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Sunset Ridge by Carol Lynne PDF Print E-mail
Written by Neka   
Sunday, 29 January 2012

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Title: Sunset Ridge
Author: Carol Lynne
Publisher: Total-e-Bound Publishing
Genre: GLBT, Contemporary Western
Publication date: October 23, 2011
ISBN: 0-857158-06-2 
Pages: 86
Series: none
Reviewer: Neka

Heat Level:   M/M oral & anal sex
Rating:    lips


During the annual party for friends and business associates of Sunset Ridge Stables, Grayson Connor meets Jack “Ram” Ramsdale.  The attraction between the two men is instant and Gray offers Ram a job as the ranch’s new manager.  The problem is that while Ram doesn’t advertise he’s gay, he’s not in the closet; however, Gray is so far in the closet he needs a road map to find his way out.  Can the love that’s blossoming between these two men survive working together while hiding how they feel about one another? 

It was so easy to fall for Gray and Ram.  They are both men you’d want standing in your corner.  Gray has been taking care of those around him, including his niece Raleigh for a long time.  He takes his role as provider and caretaker very seriously, even when doing so is at the detriment of his personal happiness.   

While Ram understands the “rules” of his relationship with Gray, it doesn’t make it hurt any less when he’s constantly made to feel that he comes after everything else in Gray’s world.  While the incident that forces Gray out of the closet saddened me, I was happy that Gray not only publicly claimed his homosexuality, he never denied his relationship with Ram when dealing with the aftermath of his impromptu announcement. 

Sunset Ridge is a wonderful tale about two men navigating their way in a long term relationship while working and living in a homophobic world.  Carol Lynne did a great job of exploring Gray and Ram’s relationship.  While I am a fan of all of her work, I’ll admit I love when she writes about cowboys. 


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