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Texas Surrender by Claire Thompson
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Jan 17, 2010

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Read in October, 2010 — I own a copy

This book is an interesting mix between a cowboy story, a journey into a D/s relationship for an inexperienced sub, and a plot about a ranch's survival after the old owner dies.

This is as much a story about finding love and a home for both of the main characters as it is all of the above. I really liked that part best of all. Avery is an interesting character who has had to fight for survival since he was a kid. His background and rationale for acting the way he does were very clear to me, and I felt for him. JD was a little more difficult for me to understand, but then, he himself doesn't really know where he belongs anymore - Texas, his old home, or New York City, where his ambition now lies.

The cowboys are hot, but the lack of commitment or even just emotion between them took me out of it a few times. If you are interested in some imaginative D/s scenes, you will like this story.
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