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One for the Money (Taboo #1)

3.3 of 5 stars 3.30  ·  rating details  ·  73 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Twins Heath and Vanner travel the rodeo circuit together, Heath watching while Vanner does the hard riding. Heath loves to watch his twin ride, loves Vanner like no one else ever could. He doesn't dare tell anyone, least of all Heath, about his secret love, though, knowing things could go very bad if he did. Things don't always go as planned, though, and when Vanner's spon ...more
Published November 2007 by Torquere Press (first published 2007)
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Loved it!!
I'm a huge incest fan when it's done right and this book's all the right ingredients, the right amount of guilt, interesting characters and hot sex xD It ends with a cliffhunger, so now I'm off to read the two sequels asap!
Elisa Rolle
In this series of short tales, Willa Okati faces a big taboo, like the name of the series let it know: a twincest relationship. Heath and Vanner are two twin brother who live for each other; truth be told Heath lives for Vanner: when Vanner soon after high school decided to leave home for the life of the rodeo circuit bull rider, Heath left with him. Even then Heath knew that he loved his brother in a way that was forbidden: it wasn't just bad that Heath preferred men, he was also in love with h ...more
Vivian ♪(┌・。・)┌
I forced myself to finish this.

Definitely not a revisit. I'm not trying to be mean or hateful, I truly don't give a shit about the incest theme in this, it's just that I couldn't connect to the characters at all. I didn't really connect to the writing either. So in the end I just couldn't enjoy this at all.

The book had potential but the plot ran to nowhere. As if the author had let go of the wheel.
Not to mention, the writing is barely bearable.
Interesting. More like a very long set-up for action. Interested to see how the other books sync up everything.
Didn't like it.
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A multi-published author of GLBT erotic, romantic fiction since 2004, I love trying new things -- I have 1001 crazy ideas and want to write them all! I exist primarily on caffeine and pixels, take “camera shy” to a whole new level, and persist in trying to learn the pennywhistle despite being woefully tone-deaf. During the summer, I’m a wild woman with henna.

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