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Rayne's Wild Ride

by Jambrea Jo Jones

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Sometimes reading a fairy tale is just what I need. Getting my hands on one that plays out in the modern world is a treat, and Rayne’s Wild Ride fits the bill. The story is sweet, uncomplicated, and focuses on the mutual adoration and quickly developing love between two very different men.

Rayne looks like a rough guy, more of a biker than a lover, but he has a heart of gold. Even though there is lots of love in his life (from his siblings), he wants more. Loving and being loved by someone special, a guy all his own, is something he cannot imagine until he meets Piper. Romantic love is what Rayne wants and he will do anything to earn it.

Piper is the exact opposite of Rayne in many ways. Physically (with his slight build), mentally (with his expectation of being used rather than appreciated) and emotionally, never having known any type of love at all. He has trouble believing his luck, as anyone in his situation would. His struggle to accept Rayne’s love as well as his efforts to become truly independent made him a very endearing character.

The crisis, when it happens, is very dramatic, but this is a fairy tale, so allowances can be made if you are so inclined. While this story will not be for everyone, if you like sweet stories with a very happy end, are in the mood for a nice, uncomplicated read and like guys who make you want to hug them, you will probably like this book.




NOTE: This book was provided by Total-E-Bound for the purpose of a review on Queer Magazine Online ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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