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The Heart of Texas by R.J. Scott
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Oct 12, 11

bookshelves: m-m, gay-for-you
Read in February, 2011 — I own a copy

Having only read R.J. Scott's The Christmas Throwaway recently, The Heart of Texas was something of a surprise. Unlike the former work, the latter is much more of a soap opera. The classic elements of the soap opera are all there: greed; power; money; rape; murder; feuding families; a marriage of convenience; medical emergencies; psychopaths; and dysfunctional relationships. To say that the main characters, Riley Hayes and Jack Campbell, are faced with some difficulties amidst all that would be an understatement!

For those who like a novel rather than a novella, and who don't mind some melodrama with their manlove, I would recommend The Heart of Texas. Riley and Jack make a nice couple, and the secondary characters all add colour and texture to the mix. I enjoyed it very much.
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