After the Sunset
Sequel to Timing Two years after riding off into the sunset with ranch owner Rand Holloway, Stefan Joss has made a tentative peace with his new life, teaching at a community college. But the course of true love never does run smooth. Rand wants him home on the ranch; Stef wants an exit strategy... show more
Sequel to Timing Two years after riding off into the sunset with ranch owner Rand Holloway, Stefan Joss has made a tentative peace with his new life, teaching at a community college. But the course of true love never does run smooth. Rand wants him home on the ranch; Stef wants an exit strategy in case Rand ever decides to throw him out. Finally, after recognizing how unfair he's being, Stef makes a commitment, and Rand is over the moon. When Stef gets the chance to prove his devotion, he doesn’t hesitate—despite the risk to his health—and Rand takes the opportunity to show everyone that sometimes life’s best surprises come after the sunset.
Publish date: August 17th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 174
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Timing (#2)
What a lovely sequel this was. I can’t help it, I love Mary Calmes’ everyone-loves-him-and-turns-all-men-gay characters. Stefan just had to smile and everyone came running. I loved it. The one thing that would have worked better for me was if Stefan and Rand would have gotten more page time toge...
"You are my life. Nothing else means anything if you're not here."Have I mentioned I like cowboys? Anyways!!This was a really good follow up to 'Timing' but there wasn't enough Rand for my liking. I'm greedy like that!! Still nice to see how Stef and Rand are getting on after 2 years together. Not s...
Enjoyed this sequel, but lost a star just because Stef and Rand are in two different locations from each other for much of the book.This book covers a lot of ground with Stef off to the rodeo in Rand's absence to save grazing rights to a piece of their land. The two have come far in the two years t...