Home of His Own
Publish date: June 2008
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Pages no: 131
Edition language: English
Series: Home (#2)
Great to see the men Les and Randy happy and carrying on.Tony has love, yeah.The two younger boys will make a great new story.Alas, I think there was so much sex I kept losing interest.
This book was not as good as the first one. I was sad because I had been looking forward to a series where I adored every book. It wasn't the case here and there are a few reasons. Although I adored the couple a few things annoyed me and it left me with a feeling of something missing, so this only g...
A feel good story about finding family and your place in the world. 3.5 starsTony, a bull-rider disowned by his family, finds love with Brody, a man with his own family issues. Despite living in different states and dealing with family problems, they discover 'home' is with each other.Sometimes the ...
Two and half stars. It's not a bad story just bland. I could pick it up, read and put back down without hurrying to get back. Also, the sex scenes were so similar to No Going Home I would catch myself reading the wrong names.
I felt like reading about family and the closeness of friend and loved ones. That is definitely what I got when I read Home of His Own. I liked Brody and Tony and wished the story would have focused more on them directly instead of the supporting cast. I also felt the story became too long and some ...