Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Reining Him In by Jenna Wade



Title: Reining Him In
Author: Jenna Wade
Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: MM, Contemporary.
Pages: 104
Reviewer: Redz








Publisher’s Blurb
Perry Jameson begins his new job as a ranch manager at the Wright Stables with the goal of returning the place to its original glory. He throws all of his effort into building a home and establishing a career. Being seduced by the ranch owner's grandson could throw a serious wrench in the works.

Cory Matthews is a world champion in horse reining. Well known for his arrogance and talent, he can train any horse to win, and he knows he's turned the sexy older hunk's head, but he can't seem to get Perry come around.

The two men butt heads on more than one occasion, the way two stubborn, proud studs will do. Maybe looking past their differences to work together will give them a new perspective on each other. Maybe, just maybe, it'll help Cory rein Perry in.







Review
Reining Him In is the first book I have read from author Jenna Wade. I like her style of writing very much. Perry Jameson hard working man, no nonsense kind of guy. Openly gay but not shouting to the roof tops about it. He loves his wild horse Spice she is his pride and joy.
Cory. The Grandson of the owners of the ranch that Perry works at. He comes off as spoil and entitled at first, but once you get past that you see the sensitive person underneath.
You would not think that these two would hit it off. But the old saying of opposites attract really does apply here. They each bring to the table a little something the other needs and together they are stronger.  I really liked the way both of these characters grow and learn in this book.  Not only about each other but themselves too. Really gave this book a natural love feel that I like. Nothing forced or over done. 
I liked a book with real connection of characters and this one really brings it to the table. I would be looking for more from this author in the future. I would like to see more about this ranch and the people around it in the future.

                              Five Shooting Stars 




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