Monday, April 2, 2018

Save a Horse, Dive A Cowboy by Kayla Jameth

Title:  Save a Horse, Dive a Cowboy
Author:  Kayla Jameth
Publisher: Rocky Ridge Books
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 279
Reviewer: Redz


















Publisher’s Blurb
Shep's just your average all-American cowboy. He runs his own ranch and rides the occasional saddle bronc. Nothing special there. Unless you look too closely at his boyfriend.
Descended from a long line of Native American mustang shifters, Charlie "Hoss" Running Horse is anything but average.
When Coyote takes a shine to Shep, he decides that Hoss has got to go. With the theft of the medicine horseshoe that allows Hoss to shift from mustang to human, Coyote sets his evil plan to have his way with Shep in motion.
Will Shep be able to save Hoss before it's too late? Or will Coyote's plan come to fruition?







Review

Save a Horse, Dive a Cowboy by Kayla Jameth is a shifter story with a few weird twists and turns. I found myself having to really suspend belief a ton.  And there were some odd metaphors too. I overlooked those and just kept reading. It is a fun fast read that has a lot of love in it.
I love the idea of Charlie, a native American horse shifter.  The magical horseshoe idea I was not so much a fan of however I rolled with it. Charlie is a loving sweet man and a cute as heck horse too.
There is Shep the man who loves and adores Charlie and he is trying to save his partner from the naughty coyote shifter.   I will say great character connection and a nice pace to this story.  I did not feel everything was believable, but I was engaged enough not to care too hard about it.
A nice love story with a twist. Is how I would best describe this one.



                                   Four Twinkling Stars 




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