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Coming Home by Ava Rose Johnson
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Mar 05, 10

Read in March, 2010

If you know what to expect, Coming Home is a good contemporary western romance. Brett and Cade suddenly inherited a ranch together; they respective parents both died in the same airplane crash and since they were business partners, now the ranch they owned is fifty of Brett and fifty of Cade. Where Brett was already living in the small town where the ranch is located and working with his father, Cade left the ranch many years ago and now he is a successful business man in New York City.

This is probably the reason why, meeting again Cade at their parents’ funeral, Brett is not so happy to reacquaintance with the man; I didn’t feel any really negative vibes, if not maybe, the fear of what you don’t know, even if Brett is big and strong, losing his parents was not easy, and he now is convinced that Cade will want to sell as soon as possible, and he has not yet the money to liquidate him. This is not the “Diana Palmer” contemporary western romance, where all the Long Tall Texan ranchers are filthy rich, here you gain your day with a lot of sweat.

But Cade is not of the idea of leaving soon; maybe I felt also a bit of boringness in him, of New York City and of his job there, and maybe he is also regretting to have lost contact with his parents and the life in a ranch; and maybe he is renlightening his youth passion for Brett, the same passion that made him sneak in his house to have a glimpse of his nude body. Now both of them are all grown up, and maybe it will be easier for Cade to have a taste of that body.

The strange thing is that, both men are, indeed, bisexual. Strange is, since probably it’s the first time I find this pair in a gay romance, usually one of them is, but both? First time. And they have sex with different female partners in the book, both alone than together, and they indeed enjoy it. And it’s not wrong, absolutely not, but maybe warning me before? The book is listed as Gay Romance, there is a funny warning that says there is a ménages in it (but it’s not said what type of ménages).

As I said, don’t get me wrong, the book is not bad, and probably the character of Jessica, the main female character, it’s even a good one, after all I did like her, but I didn’t like her with and in between the two men. But said that, this is my opinion, and instead, if you like a good ménages, MMF and MFM, this is probably a good one.

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