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Cowboy Keeper

Blaecleah Brothers, Book 2
Narrated by: John Solo
Length: 4 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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Billy Thornton is a known troublemaker. He's spent the better part of his life doing whatever his brother Clem wanted him to - from intimidating people to stealing from them. The consequences if he resists are life-threatening. Billy has spent more than one night healing after his brother got pissed at him. The one thing Billy can't do is allow Rourke Blaecleah to be hurt. Billy has loved Rourke for as long as he can remember, even though he knows it is wrong. The only way he can deal with it is to do everything in his power to keep Clem away from Rourke, and that means putting himself in harm's way more than once. When Rourke corners Billy one night and kisses him, things come to a head. Rourke realizes that the man he has been looking for all of his life is right under his nose. Billy finds that he might actually be able to experience what loving Rourke is like in real life and not just his fantasies. And both men realize that what they have found together has put their lives in danger because Clem is coming for them, and he's not happy.

A Siren Erotic Romance

©2011 Stormy Glenn (P)2014 Stormy Glenn

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I enjoyed this book.

I liked this book a lot. It has interesting characters and a great plot. I. will be listing to her other books

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Good job

The book is a good story, but I found the narration a bit jarring. Ma and Da Blaecleah both immigrated from Ireland when the eloped. Despite that fact every member of the family speaks with a southern drawl. At the very least Ma an Da should have Irish accents - not Texas twang.

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Good story

This is a bookj I've re read and re listened to many times I love this series and I like the relationship dynamics I'm not crazy about the narration but its better than some other productions.