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The Thunder-Horse

3.94  ·  Rating Details  ·  16 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
It’s not all glory and glamour being the personal assistant of a major rock star, but Andrew does the job as well as he can. And when he's asked to procure a horse for a music video, he finds the most beautiful horse he’s ever seen. However, the mighty black stallion has had a dark and troubled past, much like the man Andrew works for, Nathan Maynard. Now Andrew has a riva ...more
ebook, 23 pages
Published November 2010 by Torquere Press Inc.

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Tam
Jul 21, 2011 Tam rated it really liked it
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Andrew does it all for Nathan, an anti-social rock star, including sleeping with him from time to time. He’d really like more from Nathan, but he doesn’t seem inclined to let anyone near, until he meets Horse at the video shoot. There is an instant connection as both Nathan and Horse have abuse in their pasts. Before Andrew knows what hit him, Horse is ensconsced at the band’s ranch, and now he’s getting even less of Nathan’s attention than ever. However when Horse dies due to contaminated feed, ...more
Mantastic
Dec 01, 2010 Mantastic rated it it was amazing
Shelves: highly-recommend
This is a surprise hit. The main part of the story is told by Andrew in a narrative format. While I prefer more dialogue, it is doesn’t seem to be lacking anything in the re-telling. My main comment about the first half of the story is the lack of Nathan. He is mentioned, obviously, and the reader knows how Andrew feels about him, but it’s all second hand.

The second half of the story changes that. Nathan has a much bigger presence. The Horse that the entire band loved, and Andrew was secretly je
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Mara Ismine
Jan 24, 2011 Mara Ismine rated it it was amazing
A poignant short story with moments of laughter as well as tears and a hint of paranormal.
Heather♥
Nov 17, 2011 Heather♥ rated it really liked it
This was a great little story which I could easily see expanded into a full length novel. It was humorous but also had a few tear-jerker moments as well. I would love to read more about the various band members and maybe delve into Nathan's past too. It was amusing how Nathan was finally able to express his feelings to Andrew without actually saying the "L" word. I gotta say that Horse stole the show in this one though. And Adalwolf. It's not every day you read about a roping, branding crazy Ger ...more
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