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The Weekender

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When Gage Wellton visits buddy Corey Cassidy for a fun-filled weekend in New York City, Corey's life is turned upside down. The rodeo champion steals his heart, and Corey asks him to move to the big city. But Gage has obligations in Kansas, and he returns home, leaving Corey behind. Gage is struggling as well-how can a closeted, gay cowboy survive in a straight man's world ...more
ebook, 94 pages
Published March 31st 2010 by Dreamspinner Press
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Helen Beattie
Apr 02, 2010 Helen Beattie rated it did not like it
I found this book to be really hard going. To me it read like a clinical report, totally dispassionate. It wasn't a story, more like cold, hard facts slapped on a page, it was hard to even like the characters. Some of the words used both in the dialogue and narration were so out of character for what I would expect from a cowboy, I found it distracting.


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R.W. Clinger lives in the Pittsburgh area. His hobbies include football, photography, and collecting rare books. Although he does dabble in writing suspense and mysteries, R.W. enjoys a good romance.

Being involved with his life partner for sixteen years, still in love, he bases his gay romantic fiction on his life, family, and long friendships. R.W. believes that without lovers, friends, and famil
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