Author: Xavier Axelson
Publisher: Seventh Window Publications
Genre and Pairing: MM, Contemporary
Page Count: 88
Reviewer Name: Redz
Fulfilling your dream isn’t easy, especially if you’re the son of well-known rodeo rider Dutch Reynolds. Dutch doesn’t want to see his son Harry leave the family ranch until he feels Harry is ready. But for Harry, his dream of riding broncos at the rodeo seems to be passing him by. With the moral support of his best friend Reb, Harry takes his life in his own hands and leaves the ranch before Dutch can stop him. Chance encounters, sex and love soon teach the young cowboy life lessons that he will not forget.
Dutch's Boy by Xavier Axelson is about Harry and his turning from childhood to adulthood. He is the son of a famous bronco rider. He wants to do that too, but his dad does not want that for him. He decides to run away and do it anyways. He does have the support of his mom and his best friend Reb. With this behind him he sets off on his journey to be more than his father's son.
I liked how Reb was the foundation for Harry. He always believed in Harry and wanted the best for him. I liked that friendship. It was a must for Harry to really find himself. I liked this one a lot it is about finding yourself and being a true friend too.
Four Twinkling Stars