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Dutch's Boy by Xavier Axelson
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Mar 21, 11

bookshelves: quick-read, reviewed, love-me-some-cowboy, 5-star-would-read-again, m-m-romance
Read from March 14 to 18, 2011

Harry has always lived under Dutch's rules. At 20 he's tired of sitting home and taking care of his ma and sister while his daddy, Dutch, lives the life of a rodeo star. Harry has always followed his daddy's rules While he waits for his chance he teaches himself to rope and ride. He knows that one day he'll follow in his daddy's footsteps. He was born to ride, it's in his blood. After all he's Dutch's boy.
When Harry finally decides enough is enough he takes every dime he's made and boards a train for the Rodeo. He's more than ready to make it on his own. He's going to be a rodeo star and nothing will stop this determined young man. Though he's excited to start his new life he has to leave behind the one thing almost as important to him as freedom, his best friend Reb.

Dutch's Boy is an amazing tale of a young man coming of age and chasing after his dreams. The characters are well developed, the setting rich and the storyline, while not unique, is well written. Xavier Axelson creates characters you can't help but fall in love with. His wit and humor are a perfect mix to the romance and the sex scenes scorching hot! The characters are not perfect which makes them even more enduring. This is a short story, only about 80 pages but it leaves you wanting more! I want to know everything about Reb and what makes him such an amazingly loyal and lovable friend. Where did he come from, why can he love so big? I hope that Mr. Axelson will be writing more about these two amazing men in the future! I'll be the first one standing in line!!

Favorite quotes:
"The heat makes you want crazy, crazy things,"
"Is it loaded?"
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