Rusty Briggs knows his chance of finding a man while living outside of Sweetwater, Texas are slim to none. Few know about his little secret, but his ranch hands have run out on him and the folks in town aren’t as hospitable as they were before the incident. He’s resigned himself to the fact that working his ranch will have to be enough or he will need to sell and move to the big city…that is until he meets Trent Anderson.
On the outside Trent appears to be a man with full access to silver spoons and caviar dreams, but his parents cut him off and tossed him out once they discovered he was gay. After living on the street, selling himself, then ending up in a destructive relationship, Trent pulled his life together and came out on top, all by using his compassion and intelligence—or so Trent thinks. Recently, Trent’s grandfather passed away and left him his ranch, as long as he meets a few conditions, like living in Texas for ninety days. But Trent’s secret benefactor, Reed, is dissatisfied that Trent isn’t living in Atlanta and wants him back. The only issue for Reed is that Trent is involved with Rusty.
Money, greed, lust, and power work to keep Rusty and Trent apart. They are forced to trust each other when life falls apart, but can they actually become close enough in ninety days to create a solid, trusting relationship, or will old relationships come between them?
Rusty and Trent will not only steal your heart, but also break it as well.
Trent is forced to stay at his grandfather’s ranch for 90 days, if he wants to receive his inheritance, the problem being is that Trent is gay and his grandfather knew this. It may be his grandfather’s way of changing what Trent is, but Trent is determined to get through all the things he has to. He has plans for that money, to help other kids who need his help more than Trent needs the money.
Rusty isn’t sure if he was going to stay or if he would eventually leave. Being a gay rancher, one who hides as much of himself that he can, he isn’t satisfied with how his life is lived. Rusty wants more than a once a year hook-up, but knows that finding something more in the small backwards town he is living in, is a dream that is unlikely to come true.
It may be neighborly, but when Rusty checks up on Trent the first night he is staying at his grandfather’s ranch…nothing is the same in the light of day.
Can Rusty and Trent keep their hopes alive? Can they both find a common place, where neither has to give up on their own hopes and dreams – or each other?
Be sure and pick up this great book from Sara York.
About the Author:
Writing is Sara’s life. The stories fight to get out, often leaving her working on four or five books at once. She can’t help but write. Along with her writing addiction she has a coffee addiction. Some nights, the only reason she stops writing and goes to sleep is for the fresh brewed coffee in the morning.
Sara enjoys writing twisted tales of passion, anger, and love with a good healthy dose of lust thrown in for fun. Almost a quarter of a century ago Sara met her lover, falling for him
after knowing him for ten minutes. Sara’s passion for him comes out in her stories, mixing with her passion for life, love, and good times, flowing onto the page and becoming tales from the heart.