My Only Sunshine
Tanner Wallis is nearly at the end of his rope the night Mason Seidel finds him lying next to the mangled body of a cow on the back pastures of the Seidel family's Wyoming ranch. Recently out of the hospital after he and his boyfriend were brutally beaten, Tanner is jobless, homeless, and almost... show more
Tanner Wallis is nearly at the end of his rope the night Mason Seidel finds him lying next to the mangled body of a cow on the back pastures of the Seidel family's Wyoming ranch. Recently out of the hospital after he and his boyfriend were brutally beaten, Tanner is jobless, homeless, and almost penniless. His desperate hope is that Mason will believe he’s innocent of the senseless crime and give him a place to heal, both physically and emotionally, until he can get on his feet again. But Mason already has enough on his plate. He's only been back on the ranch a few months, ten years after his father kicked him out for being gay, and only because his sister begged him to come help after the man's disabling stroke. With all his responsibilities—running the struggling ranch and keeping his sister and father off his back—Mason can't really afford the distraction Tanner represents. But he can't just abandon the attractive young man either. There’s trouble in spades on the ranch, but if they face it together, Mason and Tanner might find a future with a little sunshine.
Publish date: October 4th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 226
Edition language: English
3,5 starsSweet cowboy story!!! No angst so it worked perfectly fine for me at this very hot day!!
3.5 starsWhile the story started pretty dramatically -- with Tanner all worn out and hurt as he stumbled into Mason's family ranch, and later saw a horrific event of cow's killing -- but what followed was pretty straightforward (and may I say, rather low-key) romance. Yes, we had drama in form of Ma...
3.75 stars This was a pretty straight forward, easy read without too much over the top drama. Two guys who both have had their share each of past trauma, Mason from his homophobic father and Tanner from his past boyfriend who caused him to be hurt. They both fight the attraction they feel, partl...
This joint review can be found at The Blog of Sid Love, along with Sid's review of the same book.I have a weakness for cowboy stories. Throw in the fact that one of the characters is not only injured physically but is damaged emotionally and you have a story I just had to read.This is about Tanner W...
I have a thing for cowboys, so when I saw the blurb for this, I was hooked. I'm pleased to say it didn't really disappoint. My only real complaint is I would have liked it to have been longer. Maybe there's a sequel coming or something... I don't know. But, personally, I felt like I could have read ...