"full of passion, pain, and love"
Sonny Good's life was going great, he had a job he loved
with a passion, being an FBI agent was all it said it would
be and more. But with the death of his father, Sonny had to
leave all of that and go back home where he was needed. So
instead of being an FBI agent, he was a rancher now.
Several years have passed for Sonny in Summerville,
Nebraska and Sonny started to feel antsy, like he needed
more. I mean where he lived being a gay rancher doesn't get
you many dates at all. Sonny needs more and needs more
soon. What is that saying, ask for and you shall receive?
With that Garron Greeley moves to town, the newest badboy
that is the new bartender. He has gorgeous shoulder length
hair and some great tattoos. When Sonny sees him for the
first time lust shoots out and bites him in the behind.
Garron makes him feel things he never thought he would. The
passion is strong between the two and their relationship
starts with heat, but when Sonny thinks his life is back on
track he finds out that Garron is one of the brothers of
the man who runs the neighboring ranch, who to Sonny is his
worst enemy. So Sonny needs to figure out what is more
important, the man he is falling for, or the brother that
isn't the man he loves? Is it Garron's fault who his family
Well Carol you have to know what I am going to say here :),
this was another one of your strong, loving stories that
heats up from the first page. The way you can write such
fantastic stories full of passion, pain, and love like no
other just blows me away. Sonny had a great life but had to
give it up to take over the family ranch when his father
dies. Sonny had loved his life and job as a FBI Agent, but
all of that changed in a heartbeat. Now several years later
he has met the love of his life, but finds out some secrets
that might tear them apart. Carol, just know I will ALWAYS
read your books no matter what.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted October 3, 2007
Book one in the Good-time Boys Series
Sonny Good loved his life as an FBI agent, but when his father died and he was needed back home, he quit the agency and became a rancher. Now several years later, Summerville, Nebraska is starting to seem a little isolated. An openly gay rancher in the middle of Nebraska just doesn’t have many prospective dates.
That is until Garron Greeley moves to town. Garron is the town’s newest resident and bad boy bartender with shoulder-length dark brown hair and tribal tattoos. Sonny is struck by lust at first sight. Things between the two of them take off like a rocket until Sonny learns Garron is also the brother of the man who owns the neighbouring ranch. The man Sonny considers his enemy, which leaves Sonny to decide, what's more important—the feud with his neighbour or a potentially blazing passion with Garron?