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Book thirteen in the Cattle Valley SeriesAfter the tragedy at Cattle Valley Days, Carol McGowan woke in the hospital to find George Manning hovering over her. George confessed he'd fallen in love with her, but Carol is skeptical. She knows George is bi-sexual and has been in an ongoing secret affair for years. She's been down that road before and ended up on the wrong side Book thirteen in the Cattle Valley SeriesAfter the tragedy at Cattle Valley Days, Carol McGowan woke in the hospital to find George Manning hovering over her. George confessed he'd fallen in love with her, but Carol is skeptical. She knows George is bi-sexual and has been in an ongoing secret affair for years. She's been down that road before and ended up on the wrong side of lonely. Carol learned from her previous relationship and isn't in any hurry to jump back into another ménage.George Manning has spent the last nineteen years hiding his love for his closeted friend and country music legend, Trick Allen. After almost losing Carol, George decides to grab hold of the love in front of him, instead of the dream he's always chased.Trick Allen spent years building his career. With the reputation of being a typical love 'em and leave 'em superstar, Trick hid his love for George from the rest of the world. When presented with the choice of losing George forever, or stepping out of the glittered closet he'd become accustomed to, he is faced with the ultimate decision. Is a real life worth risking his career?Three people, with very strong personalities, try to blend love and home amidst a national outcry of vehemence.


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Book thirteen in the Cattle Valley SeriesAfter the tragedy at Cattle Valley Days, Carol McGowan woke in the hospital to find George Manning hovering over her. George confessed he'd fallen in love with her, but Carol is skeptical. She knows George is bi-sexual and has been in an ongoing secret affair for years. She's been down that road before and ended up on the wrong side Book thirteen in the Cattle Valley SeriesAfter the tragedy at Cattle Valley Days, Carol McGowan woke in the hospital to find George Manning hovering over her. George confessed he'd fallen in love with her, but Carol is skeptical. She knows George is bi-sexual and has been in an ongoing secret affair for years. She's been down that road before and ended up on the wrong side of lonely. Carol learned from her previous relationship and isn't in any hurry to jump back into another ménage.George Manning has spent the last nineteen years hiding his love for his closeted friend and country music legend, Trick Allen. After almost losing Carol, George decides to grab hold of the love in front of him, instead of the dream he's always chased.Trick Allen spent years building his career. With the reputation of being a typical love 'em and leave 'em superstar, Trick hid his love for George from the rest of the world. When presented with the choice of losing George forever, or stepping out of the glittered closet he'd become accustomed to, he is faced with the ultimate decision. Is a real life worth risking his career?Three people, with very strong personalities, try to blend love and home amidst a national outcry of vehemence.

30 review for Bent - Not Broken

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erotic Horizon

    2.5 Stars I read this book as soon as it hit the digital shelves so to speech and to say I was speechless would be an understatement. If you didn’t know I am a huge fan of Carol Lynne work – and I have soldiered on with her through some questionable moments and scenario, but I have never given up the faith that I really respect this author and her style. This thirteenth book to the Cattle Valley family of books is unlike anything I have ever read, Firstly this is Carol McGowan’s story – yeah for a 2.5 Stars I read this book as soon as it hit the digital shelves so to speech and to say I was speechless would be an understatement. If you didn’t know I am a huge fan of Carol Lynne work – and I have soldiered on with her through some questionable moments and scenario, but I have never given up the faith that I really respect this author and her style. This thirteenth book to the Cattle Valley family of books is unlike anything I have ever read, Firstly this is Carol McGowan’s story – yeah for all you guy who have read the series, Carol - the mouthy, know it all, bossy boots of the mayors office – that Carol. New readers Carol is a part of the infrastructure of Cattle Valley, or that’s how I see her, no one comes to that little burb that doesn’t have some sort of run in with her be it good or bad. The things she does well, she excels at it, when she gets on her high horse however – watch out. The story picks up immediately after the tragedy of the last book and we meet Carol in hospital with a hovering George Manning by her bedside. Straight away the moment was stilted. Carol, with not a ounce of romance in her body was all pragmatic and started pulling apart a ‘come let’s do the nasties’ proposition. I can’t fault her too much, because she has baggage and George Manning has Trick Allen. George is the local fire chief and long time love interest of country music superstar Trick Allen, with Carol hurt some home truth come sliding home and he realises that Carol is just the ticket for him. Wanting and hoping does not make the road to love easy and Carol is about as uneasy as they come. While these two are trying to find a groove, Trick turns up after a bit of soul searching and the three sets about creating a little blaze. Things aren’t easy to forgive and forget and George does his best to get Carol up to speed about what Trick is like. Trick in the mean time is on a path he has never taken before and it is taking some adjusting to. Carol on the other hand is literally having her cake and eating it too, but most times the things you like in life are the things that are so bad for you. What can I say about this book without sound snarky – BENT, NOT BROKEN is a book I should have given a miss. I couldn’t however because it’s a Carol Lynne how could I resist. Carol is not a likable character neither in her description nor in her mannerism. She is brash and I shudder at how huhh (best word I could come up with) her language is. I have read every Cattle Valley book and I can honestly say I did not think Carol would ever get a story – she was just a part and parcel of the package that is Cattle Valley and I had accepted her as such. From the second book in the series we have all been getting little hints about George’s big secret, and how he’s a loner, but chips in when needed and his more or less good at his job. To now find out he had an almost twenty years dirty little secret did not sound not only unrealistic, but all the social commentary that came with his relationship with Trick was so far fetch I actually had to laugh…. Trick Allen – not much is known about him and in this book but he was the only one that was actually decently developed as a character and I felt sorry for him more than anything else to be honest. A few of the regular cast flutter through this book and as usual little sneak peak of future books are alluded to (or at least I hope they are future books), those little bits of snippet caught my interest more that the car crash that was happening as the head liner. There were other issues that I had with this book, but I can only do so much snark at any one time. Personally – I had always hoped to hear George’s story, because I liked him, he has a gentle soul and any one who would wait around all that time living on hope is either an eternal optimist or the biggest looser there is – I will go with a sweet guy wanting what he wants; that said this was definitely a missed chance by Ms Lynne to pair a hot fire chief and a country music star – adding Carol did not help this book at all. I am now eagerly awaiting the next book in the series, where I hope Lynne will get back to business as usual with some hot male loving.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nikyta

    I love the Cattle Valley series but I didn't much like this one. Surprisingly, it's not even because of the girly bits but because of Trick. Shocker! I know. :P It took me a while to actually read this one because of the girly bits so I ended up just skipping it and moving on with the series but I finally came back and read it. I liked Carol. I thought it was about time she had her HEA. She's snarky which I really like. I liked George and I liked Trick... okay, I mostly liked George and didn't re I love the Cattle Valley series but I didn't much like this one. Surprisingly, it's not even because of the girly bits but because of Trick. Shocker! I know. :P It took me a while to actually read this one because of the girly bits so I ended up just skipping it and moving on with the series but I finally came back and read it. I liked Carol. I thought it was about time she had her HEA. She's snarky which I really like. I liked George and I liked Trick... okay, I mostly liked George and didn't really care for Trick. Anyway! I think what didn't work for me on this one is how Carol and George were the ones basically crawling to Trick and pleading to be in a relationship. They were essentially groveling to Trick. I didn't like that. Trick is the one who hurt everyone, mainly George, by putting himself first for decades and sleeping with every girl he could have while on tour. Then all of a sudden, George decides to move on and Carol enters the picture.... That's when Trick decides to change his ways... I didn't like that at all... George had been with Trick for 19 years being a selfish asshole and doesn't even think of changing until a woman enters the picture? Asshole. (view spoiler)[I'm glad Carol is having George's baby and not Tricks because no doubt that child would be as selfish and egotistical as his father. Ugh. (hide spoiler)] The only thing I liked about this book were the parts with just Carol and George. After Trick starting coming into the book more and more, I felt like it was all about him and Carol. Whenever there was a sex scene, I felt like it was just Carol and Trick. For Christ sake, whenever there was actually a three-way it was Trick entering Carol while George entered Trick. Yeah, I like my m/m but I still think George got fucked over in that relationship and not in the good way. :-/ Still, I love this series so I'll recommend it. Although, I don't think this book is essential to read if you just want to skip it :(

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bubbles Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions

    uh i never liked trick i like the story before trick after trick showed it seemed like the story was mostly trick and carol. the relationship didn't feel equal at all to me and i didn't like it. After 19 years of trick being a selfish asshole you'd think he would have to try and win carol and George but instead carol and George basically beg him to fuck them while in town but its ok to fuck anyone while out of town uh i never liked trick i like the story before trick after trick showed it seemed like the story was mostly trick and carol. the relationship didn't feel equal at all to me and i didn't like it. After 19 years of trick being a selfish asshole you'd think he would have to try and win carol and George but instead carol and George basically beg him to fuck them while in town but its ok to fuck anyone while out of town

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rossy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I had been waiting for this book since Gone Surfin' was released and i will be honest and say that i was scared to start reading it because of the high expectations i had. Of course my eagerness to know how Carol Lynne(CL) would develop their story, particularly after the tragedy in CV Days won over. Am thankful to say that this book has become my favorite in the series. George and Trick have been in what can only be discribed as a 19 year affair. While they truly love each other, George has sacr I had been waiting for this book since Gone Surfin' was released and i will be honest and say that i was scared to start reading it because of the high expectations i had. Of course my eagerness to know how Carol Lynne(CL) would develop their story, particularly after the tragedy in CV Days won over. Am thankful to say that this book has become my favorite in the series. George and Trick have been in what can only be discribed as a 19 year affair. While they truly love each other, George has sacrificed many of the things that make them true partners due to Trick's career. The tragedy has brought him to the decision to end it. He's tired of coming second to Trick's career and wants more than the odd weekends he is given, along with claiming his lover in public. So he will concentrate on the woman who is not only his best friend but whom he has fallen in love with recently. Carol is not very eager to start a relationship with George though, she knows that even if he has ended the affair he's still in love with Trick. She's been through heartbreak already when her previous partners decided they no longer wanted her. George of course is not deterred, he understands her hesitation and is willing to give her time and show her that he's in it for the long haul. Carol is not stupid though she's willing to see what can come of it, even if it means she may get hurt again or lose her best friend. Trick is devastated by the loss of his lover. Music and George are the most important things in his life. Due to his childhood he wants to make a name for himself in the music industry and doesn't notice how selfish he has been by neglecting George's needs; or how much his lover has sacrificed of their relationship to make his dreams come true. It's not until it's over that he realizes his mistakes and is remorseful for all the suffering he caused George. Help comes from the last person he expects and he wonders if perhaps all is not lost, and if he'll be given a chance to make amends and in the process get more than he ever thought possible. CL did a wonderful job bringing the characters together in a smooth coupling. Yes there is baggage and little insecurities, but the characters wouldn't be normal otherwise. Not many authors are able to portray a MMF menage where i don't question how much the couples love each other. I have been disappointed with some books where i can tell two characters like each other more than their third, or the addition is forced. This was not the case and i was happy that there was no real angst or high drama in the story, i was not in the mood for it today. The sex scenes were quite hot but not overly done, the story was centered more about the romance. **Spoiler Alert** There's an unsavory part in the story that i should warn readers about. Though CL doesn't show Trick being unfaithful to George, it's mentioned that he would invite a woman to share their bed every so often while on tour. Also after George no longer moved to Cattle Valley, he knew that Trick was sleeping with women while he toured. I understand that it was for his image and being bisexual, but knowing how much that hurt George i really disliked Trick at the beginning. CL showed a very believable remorseful Trick though and I, like George, was able to forgive his mistakes. Then again with no non-sense Carol as their third, he better tow the line...lol

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shelby P

    This is my least favorite book in the series so far. I did not like it at all. There was something missing that all the other books had, that connection between the main characters. I didn't believe in the attraction between Carol and George and I sure as fuck didn't believe Trick fell in love with Carol. In the previous books there have been some kind of emotional response from me for the characters. Not here. This was so bland. I didn't care about Trick's career. And the way he fired Andy just This is my least favorite book in the series so far. I did not like it at all. There was something missing that all the other books had, that connection between the main characters. I didn't believe in the attraction between Carol and George and I sure as fuck didn't believe Trick fell in love with Carol. In the previous books there have been some kind of emotional response from me for the characters. Not here. This was so bland. I didn't care about Trick's career. And the way he fired Andy just like that was so unbelievable. The sex was not hot at all.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    I'm enjoying this series. They are my go to books when I need something light and fun to read. I didn't enjoy this book because of Carol. I haven't read any M/F in a long time for a reason. I just don't enjoy it anymore. The last one I read was also by Carol and read only because it was part of a series. Can I just say how much that bugs me. Carol isn't the only author who does this and I really hate it. In some cases I'm afraid to skip over the books for fear that I might miss something. That's I'm enjoying this series. They are my go to books when I need something light and fun to read. I didn't enjoy this book because of Carol. I haven't read any M/F in a long time for a reason. I just don't enjoy it anymore. The last one I read was also by Carol and read only because it was part of a series. Can I just say how much that bugs me. Carol isn't the only author who does this and I really hate it. In some cases I'm afraid to skip over the books for fear that I might miss something. That's not fair to the loyal M/M fans.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lena Grey

    This is the first 'Cattle Valley' book that I have not enjoyed. It wasn't Carol's writing which is always great, it was the feeling that I got when reading it. I didn't believe the relationship between Carol, Trip, and George. Personally, I don't think Trip deserved either of them after 29 years of making George wait. Also, the crude language turned me off. The love scenes between the three of them were...well...not loving or even sensual for me. Maybe others who like a rougher kind of read will This is the first 'Cattle Valley' book that I have not enjoyed. It wasn't Carol's writing which is always great, it was the feeling that I got when reading it. I didn't believe the relationship between Carol, Trip, and George. Personally, I don't think Trip deserved either of them after 29 years of making George wait. Also, the crude language turned me off. The love scenes between the three of them were...well...not loving or even sensual for me. Maybe others who like a rougher kind of read will enjoy this, but the coarseness was too distracting for me. NOTE: This book was provided by Total-E-Bound for the purpose of a review on Queer Magazine Online

  8. 4 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the characters in this story. Those of us who have been reading the entire brilliant Cattle Valley series finally find out why Carol has been so 'bitchy' as we learn more about her past. George turns out to be desperately in love with a man who has put his career first for 19 years. When George finally makes a decision to put that behind him and build a life with Carol, the woman he has come to love, it forces Trip, a famous country singer, to re-evaluate his life as well. I loved the way I loved the characters in this story. Those of us who have been reading the entire brilliant Cattle Valley series finally find out why Carol has been so 'bitchy' as we learn more about her past. George turns out to be desperately in love with a man who has put his career first for 19 years. When George finally makes a decision to put that behind him and build a life with Carol, the woman he has come to love, it forces Trip, a famous country singer, to re-evaluate his life as well. I loved the way Carol turns out to be the katalyst George and Trip need to figure out that they do belong together. The development of this triangle is at times nerve-wracking until the characters 'get it', but I was cheering them along the whole way. What a great book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Uschi

    Ich mag die Cattle Valley Reihe sehr, auch dieser Teil ist gewohnt flüssig geschrieben und schnell durchgelesen. Allerdings gehört er nicht zu meinen Favoriten. Für mich kommen die Gefühle hier einfach nicht nachvollziehbar rüber. Vor allem Trick wird so in die Story geworfen. Ich konnte keinen richtigen Bezug zu ihm aufbauen und sehe die Liebe zwischen ihm und Carol einfach nicht. In der Vorgängerreihe, (Good time Boys) die es bisher nur auf englisch gibt, gab es auch schonmal eine Dreier Konst Ich mag die Cattle Valley Reihe sehr, auch dieser Teil ist gewohnt flüssig geschrieben und schnell durchgelesen. Allerdings gehört er nicht zu meinen Favoriten. Für mich kommen die Gefühle hier einfach nicht nachvollziehbar rüber. Vor allem Trick wird so in die Story geworfen. Ich konnte keinen richtigen Bezug zu ihm aufbauen und sehe die Liebe zwischen ihm und Carol einfach nicht. In der Vorgängerreihe, (Good time Boys) die es bisher nur auf englisch gibt, gab es auch schonmal eine Dreier Konstellation mit einer Frau und zwei Männern. Da ging es mir tatsächlich ähnlich, obwohl ich wirklich gespannt auf den Teil war. Ich kann mich nicht mehr genau an Teil 5 erinnern, wo es eine Dreier Konstellation aus Männern gab. Vielleicht sind die Bände mir einfach zu kurz, um eine dritte Partei einzubringen. Für mich fehlt einfach etwas Glaubwürdigkeit bei den rasch entstehenden Gefühlen. Der Band ist also nicht schlecht, ich finde ihn aber schwächer als die anderen. Wer die Reihe mag, sollte aber nicht auf den Teil verzichten. Ich freue mich auf den nächsten und hoffe da kann ich wieder mit dem 5 Sterne Gefühl rausgehen 🙂 Hier Runde ich auf 4 auf, habe in meinen Privaten Aufzeichnungen allerdings 3,5 gegeben.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gabis Laberladen

    Darum geht's: Carol ist beim Unglück während der Cattle Valley Days schwer verletzt worden. George, der Feuerwehrkommandant, weicht nicht von ihrer Seite, denn er hat ihr endlich seine Liebe gestanden. Doch sowohl Carol als auch George ist klar, dass Georges Herz immer noch an Trick, dem berühmten Countrysänger hängt, mit dem er fast 20 Jahre lang eine heimliche Fernbeziehung hatte. Meine Meinung dazu gibt’s hier Darum geht's: Carol ist beim Unglück während der Cattle Valley Days schwer verletzt worden. George, der Feuerwehrkommandant, weicht nicht von ihrer Seite, denn er hat ihr endlich seine Liebe gestanden. Doch sowohl Carol als auch George ist klar, dass Georges Herz immer noch an Trick, dem berühmten Countrysänger hängt, mit dem er fast 20 Jahre lang eine heimliche Fernbeziehung hatte. Meine Meinung dazu gibt’s hier

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joanne Minna

    I really liked this one. Carol reminds me a lot of me personality-wise, if we're good, we're good, if you step on my toes, I'll kick you six ways to Sunday. Hope we see more of Carol later on. I really liked this one. Carol reminds me a lot of me personality-wise, if we're good, we're good, if you step on my toes, I'll kick you six ways to Sunday. Hope we see more of Carol later on.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chris Kottner-Kirschner

    George Manning ist es leid der Mann im Schatten zu sein. Nach fast zwanzig Jahren trennt er sich von seinem Geliebten Trick, der ein höchst erfolgreicher und bekannter Countrysänger ist. George will endlich seine Liebe zeigen und leben. Er will ein normales Leben. Und das erhofft er sich mit Carol McGowan, die bei einem Unglück in Cattle Valley schwer verletzt wurde. Schon länger fühlt er sich zu der Bürochefin des Bürgermeisters hingezogen und weiss, dass sie selbst schon in einer Beziehung mit George Manning ist es leid der Mann im Schatten zu sein. Nach fast zwanzig Jahren trennt er sich von seinem Geliebten Trick, der ein höchst erfolgreicher und bekannter Countrysänger ist. George will endlich seine Liebe zeigen und leben. Er will ein normales Leben. Und das erhofft er sich mit Carol McGowan, die bei einem Unglück in Cattle Valley schwer verletzt wurde. Schon länger fühlt er sich zu der Bürochefin des Bürgermeisters hingezogen und weiss, dass sie selbst schon in einer Beziehung mit zwei Männern gelebt hat. Doch genau das lässt Carol zögern. Sie war schon einmal in einer Menage-Beziehung, wurde dann aber unsanft abserviert. Ausserdem liebt George Trick noch immer. Liebe kann man nicht einfach abstellen. Was also tun? Denn George verhält sich extrem fürsorglich, aufmerksam und charmant. Und dann ist da noch Trick, der mit der Trennung nur schwer klar kommt. Zwar versucht der Sänger seinen Verpflichtungen nachzukommen, doch als George wirklich aus seinem Leben weg ist, begreift er erst was er gehabt bzw. verloren hat. Die Cattle Valley Reihe von Carol Lynne sollte man mit einem gewissen Augenzwinkern und nicht allzu hohen Erwartungen lesen. Die Kurzgeschichten sind flüssig, cozy und simpel geschrieben. Dennoch gibt es immer wieder Drama, schwere Vergangenheiten oder auch aktuelle Probleme. Mir gefällt an dieser Reihe, dass Menschen aller Schichten vertreten sind. Die Protagonisten sind eigentlich nie stereotyp und deswegen langweilt man sich auch nicht. George und Trick sind seit einer Ewigkeit ein Paar gewesen. Doch George musste sich immer mit der Nebenrolle begnügen und Tricks Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und sein zweites, öffentliches Leben hat George sehr verletzt. Mit Carol will er also einen Neuanfang wagen; auch wenn er seine Gefühle für Trick nicht einfach in die Tonne treten kann. Carol ist zu Beginn skeptisch - verständlich. Sie wurde bereits abserviert und ausgetauscht. Und sie kennt George als loyalen und liebevollen Menschen. Gleichzeitig fühlt sie sich auch irgendwie zu Trick hingezogen, der plötzlich in Cattle Valley auftaucht. Bent, not Broken ist eine schöne, angenehme Geschichte die ihren Höhen und Tiefen hat. Zu Beginn ist man klar auf Georges Seite, der gekränkt, verletzt und verwirrt ist. Doch dann lernt man auch Trick besser kennen und verstehen. Und es ist durchaus anrührend wie er um George und auch später um Carol kämpft. Was er aufgeben will, als er begreift was eigentlich wirklich zählt. Sehr zu empfehlen.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Wood

    Menage's are just not my cup of tea. Other than a few here and there, mostly by this author, I just don't get into them like I do m/m romances. Don't get me wrong. I love Nate Rio and Ryan, you can't not love them. This one, I dunno if it's because there was a woman thrown in or if it was because I wasn't a Trick fan.... it just didn't do it for me like the others in the series. I loved Carol and I thought she deserved someone so great, and in the end she did get two someone's so great... it was Menage's are just not my cup of tea. Other than a few here and there, mostly by this author, I just don't get into them like I do m/m romances. Don't get me wrong. I love Nate Rio and Ryan, you can't not love them. This one, I dunno if it's because there was a woman thrown in or if it was because I wasn't a Trick fan.... it just didn't do it for me like the others in the series. I loved Carol and I thought she deserved someone so great, and in the end she did get two someone's so great... it was just hard for me to get passed Trick and all he done to George, he was selfish and he hurt him a lot. Plus, i feel like things progressed between Carol and George way to quickly. I know people usually profess their love within the first couple chapters in this series, but I felt like George saying it, he was trying to convince himself as much as he was Carol... I dunno... it was good, the writing was good and i love Ms. Lynne, this story just wasn't my favorite! On to the next though!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ro

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Cattle Valley is such a soap opera, and it can be addicting. I skipped this one because of the female aspect. I hate when a series inclues a m/f book and ususlly skip them. Being like a soap, however, I needed to see what I missed. As I was reading it, I thought it was the girl parts that were scraping my nerves. Then I realized it wasnt the girl, Carol, per se, as it was the fact that Trick has put his supposed true love, George, second, hidden, unacknowledged and second, for NINETEEN years, an Cattle Valley is such a soap opera, and it can be addicting. I skipped this one because of the female aspect. I hate when a series inclues a m/f book and ususlly skip them. Being like a soap, however, I needed to see what I missed. As I was reading it, I thought it was the girl parts that were scraping my nerves. Then I realized it wasnt the girl, Carol, per se, as it was the fact that Trick has put his supposed true love, George, second, hidden, unacknowledged and second, for NINETEEN years, and yet he is invited to be a triad by Carol, who has been with George for such a short time. I just didnt like that aspect at all, and it took away from thr Valley story for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chappy

    Not my favourite Cattle Valley...maybe because it's MMF and not MM. After the big stadium collapse, Carol is recuperating in the hospital and George is by her side. He's fallen in love with her but he must still convince Carol that he won't drop her for his long-time lover Trick. Everything just happens really fast and I wanted more development of the actual relationship. Lot's of stuff was just briefly mentioned and glanced over. Not my favourite Cattle Valley...maybe because it's MMF and not MM. After the big stadium collapse, Carol is recuperating in the hospital and George is by her side. He's fallen in love with her but he must still convince Carol that he won't drop her for his long-time lover Trick. Everything just happens really fast and I wanted more development of the actual relationship. Lot's of stuff was just briefly mentioned and glanced over.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This wasn't my favorite book but I didn't dislike it as much as a lot of people did according to the reviews! I liked the pairing, thought it was okay and didn't get bored reading it. There was a lot of emotion in the book and I really did enjoy that, and since I don't mind the girly bits, that was another thing that turned some people off that I enjoyed! I'm off to read about Asa and Mario now! This wasn't my favorite book but I didn't dislike it as much as a lot of people did according to the reviews! I liked the pairing, thought it was okay and didn't get bored reading it. There was a lot of emotion in the book and I really did enjoy that, and since I don't mind the girly bits, that was another thing that turned some people off that I enjoyed! I'm off to read about Asa and Mario now!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia Rodriguez

    3.5 stars I found it hard to believe that Trick fell in love with Carol so quickly, but I liked the book more than I thought I would. Not a fan of girly bits in my M/M, nor do I like when M/M/F is thrown in a M/M series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Miranda

    2.5/5

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tala

    2.5 stars

  20. 5 out of 5

    Azusa

    3 1/2★'s 3 1/2★'s

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    Cattle Valley book 13

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cayla

    very good

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tori Thompson

    Good story but too much with the girly bits! I'm too used to reading m/m I guess! But I did like it! Good story but too much with the girly bits! I'm too used to reading m/m I guess! But I did like it!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Geaorge and Carol's chemistry was there from a few books ago but to watch it grow whilst Carol was in the hospital was cute, bringing Trick into the fold seemed to round of these 3 nicely. Geaorge and Carol's chemistry was there from a few books ago but to watch it grow whilst Carol was in the hospital was cute, bringing Trick into the fold seemed to round of these 3 nicely.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Happy happy happy ... :) I love this series

  26. 4 out of 5

    andrea moran

    Cattle Valley I want to give this instalment more stars purely for including a hot as hell bisexual relationship in with all the male only couples so far! I loved this story!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I really loved this one. The conflicts, the emotions, just great!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Miralinda

    Пожарный влюбляется в секретаршу мэра, но она знает, что он также влюблен в кантри музыканта,с которым у него был тайный роман 19 лет.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kat

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tickle My Fancy ☠

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