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The Longest Stride by T.A. Chase PDF Print E-mail
Written by Neka   
Sunday, 05 February 2012

 

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Title: The Longest Stride
Author: T.A. Chase
Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC.
Genre: Contemporary/Paranormal
Publication date: January 22, 2012
ISBN: 1-611242-37-9
Pages: 162

Series: none
Reviewer: Neka


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

 

Branimir Javlosk owns Freeland Creek Farm and Rehab Center where he trains show horses as well as rehabilitates retired thoroughbreds and abused horses.  He’s gained quite the reputation as being a “horse whisperer” due to the amazing transformation he’s able to bring about in the abused horses.  Everyone wants to know his secret, unfortunately, revealing that secret could spell trouble not only for Bran but for his entire family. 

Austin Spellsin is an accomplished rider and horse trainer; he decides to take Bran up on his offer to help him retrain Mary’s Gospel after she suffers horrible abuse at the hands of her former owner.  When Austin comes to Freeland Creek, he doesn’t expect to fall in love with Bran, however, Austin fears Bran will never completely be his.  He believes Bran is still in love with his dead lover, Tilman, who had been killed in a car accident five years ago.  Will Austin be able to believe in Bran’s love enough to explore what’s building between them? 

Okay, maybe I’m just partial to gay cowboys, but I love all of T.A. Chase’s cowboy novels, and The Longest Stride is no exception.  Bran and Austin fit well together; they both love horses and are accomplished riders and renowned trainers.  It’s this shared love of horses that makes Bran believe that Austin may be accepting of his secret.  Although, he readily admits that it’s a secret he would never have shared with Bran if his hand had not been forced.  Austin’s reaction to and acceptance of Bran’s secret was amazing.  I didn’t expect his reaction at all and it was refreshing.    

The Longest Stride is a good book with a sweet, but passionate romance between two great guys.  My bias aside, I recommend that you download this one to your favorite e-reader today. 

 



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