Seven months ago, Len Parker lost his partner of more than 20 years, and he isn’t sure how to feel about his blossoming attraction to Chris, one of his farmhands. Hesitant and still hurt, Len remains aloof and distant until he’s goaded into teaching Chris to ride. Fresh out of a 30-year career with the Marines, Chris can explore his sexuality openly for the first time in his life, but what he needs more than anything is peace. He’s convinced Len doesn’t like him until he digs a little deeper, and then, armed with hope, Chris sets out to prove that love can provide the healing he and Len so desperately need.
©2011 Andrew Grey (P)2012 Andrew Grey
I am an avid audio book listener. I have over 340 in my library and re-listen to them until I know my favorites by heart.
I love this narrator. His voice is wonderful.
This entire series is a roller coaster of emotion that gets better with each new book.
This was fine for what it is; a very short basic infill story. It is a sweet story about Len finding love again with Chris after his partner dies. I have now described 90% of the story. It is definitely not worth a credit, but if you are a fan of the series, it is probably worth a sale.
Helped put the story together with the rest of the series..
All of the Love Means... books, the story is compelling and is a great read!!!!!!
Offocer hunky.. lol
When Len realized that he could move on.
The whole series is a great listen....
I inadvertently made the mistake of reading book #2 in this series before #1 so I didn't know Cliff was going to die (naturally I spent the better part of the first hour sobbing in #1 because of his death). I usually have One True Pairing in every story so when Len was to change partner I had to listen to this book, to see who was to take Cliffs place. On one hand I was disappointed; after the great romance of #2 this really can't compare. On the other hand since my True Pairing was Cliff and Len it was a relief that the marine didn't sweep Len away in a new epic romance.
I usually love Sean Crisden but after listening to everyone in Sawyer Allerde's voice Sean Crisden is just too different. The transition was better with R. Kirsten -> Sawyer, but I usually prefer that the same narrator is kept throughout a series.
I'm happy to know what happened regarding what book #1 alluded to for Len, but it really would have been better had it not had this new romance.
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