Spark

Spark Stace Spark and Cass have been best buddies since their high school rodeo days Now they work for an exclusive guest ranch in New Mexico that caters to gay men who need an escape from their high stre

  • Title: Spark
  • Author: Deirdre O'Dare
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stace, Spark, and Cass have been best buddies since their high school rodeo days Now they work for an exclusive guest ranch in New Mexico that caters to gay men who need an escape from their high stress, fast lane lives Rainbow Ranch has a reputation for providing the precise Wild West adventures each guest needs, and quenching their desires with the cowboys of the guestStace, Spark, and Cass have been best buddies since their high school rodeo days Now they work for an exclusive guest ranch in New Mexico that caters to gay men who need an escape from their high stress, fast lane lives Rainbow Ranch has a reputation for providing the precise Wild West adventures each guest needs, and quenching their desires with the cowboys of the guest s hottest fantasies.Spark is all a twitch when he learns a former guest, Lou Vetrano, is returning for a second visit to the ranch Spark s not used to guests making a lasting impression on him, but something about the dashing Chicagoan made it impossible for him to get Lou out of his system Now Spark wonders, is too much change coming into his life too fast Lou had a great time during his initial visit to Rainbow Ranch, and he knows much of it was due to the blond hunk of a cowboy he d met Now, Lou can t wait to see Spark again, but soon he senses things are starting to get a lot serious than he expected or planned.How can Lou make a cowboy fit into his high finance life, and why does he want to try A dangerous situation helps Lou put his conflicting feelings into perspective, and makes all the pieces of this emotional puzzle come together

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    1. Hmmm in some ways I enjoyed this more than Stace and in others, not so much! As characters go, I liked Stace over Spark but, I really thought the flow of the story was better this time and there was a bit more depth to this one, both story and character wise! I have a feeling that this series is what it is short, sweet cowboy tales, which is fine by me! ;DWe don't really know Casa all that well from the first two books in this series, but maybe Casa will give a few more details about how Stace a [...]

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