Touch Me Gently
Always hiding his tormented past along with his scarred body, Kaden James finds it difficult to keep a job. Luck finally turns his way when he finds a job as a cook on a Montana ranch, where he meets terrifyingly handsome Logan Michaels. Logan is different from any man Kaden's ever met, and... show more
Always hiding his tormented past along with his scarred body, Kaden James finds it difficult to keep a job. Luck finally turns his way when he finds a job as a cook on a Montana ranch, where he meets terrifyingly handsome Logan Michaels. Logan is different from any man Kaden's ever met, and before long, he finds himself falling in love with the big cowboy. But Kaden's nightmares won't let go of him so easily, and he's not just jumping at shadows. He has nearly a lifetime of abuse, horrifying memories, and pain addiction to overcome. Can Logan's gentle touch help Kaden heal inside?
Publish date: 2010-09-03
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
2.5 stars. The POV switching drove me crazy. I'd be reading from Kaden's POV, then the next paragraph would be Shea or Logan's, and it'd take me a minute to figure out what was going on. This was a sweet story, but everything was a little too perfect for me. I've not been through anything like Ka...
Abuse is always a subject that has to be handled with care when writing about it. This was not one of those books. Kaden was emotionally unstable because of years of abuse in his past, but he overcame it quite easily when Logan is introduced.The story was okay and could have been quite good if the ...
2.5 stars. I didn't love it, but I didn't hate it. It was okay. Sweet. Sometimes enough to be worthy of a cavity warning. A lot of crying...a lot. The abuse warranted it I guess, it just got a bit old after awhile. There was also a lot of POV switching, sometimes between paragraphs. The story itself...
I did enjoy reading this story, despite a few key writing issues.Pros:* I loved the hurt/comfort aspect of this, the idea of the smaller, sweeter, damaged character being 'healed' by the big, good-hearted cowboy* I'm always a sucker for the ranch/horses setting* The relationship built slowly, there ...
I've read something like that before, more than once, to be honest. But it was as sweet as predictable.