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Breaking Bear

2.56 of 5 stars 2.56  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Johnny Redbear isn’t looking for love. He’s just at the JS to do a job, get a paycheck and live his life. Maybe ride a few acres here and again.

Then he meets horse trainer Joe Sigfusson. Sig’s a heck of a horse trainer, gentle yet firm while breaking the ill-behaved Arabian he calls “Bear”.

But when the two meet, Sig sets his sights and it looks like Sig’ll be breaking more
Published May 23rd 2011 by Summerhouse Publishing (first published May 20th 2011)
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Charlie Richards
This is your classic tale of a man who professes to be straight finding himself desiring a gay man. It's a short, cute read that has hot sexy cowboys. Yum! It even had a few parts that made me chuckle. A nice read to relax on a rainy afternoon with a cup of tea.
I'm always up for a cowboy story, but this was a very, very short read. The meal names on the menus were funny!
Really short with not enough time to develop anything.
Simple to short for anything good!
nice and hot story !!
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