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Journey to Hope

by J. P. Bowie

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A great fourth volume in the 'Ride 'Em' series, this book is about Brett, a friend of the characters from the first three books, and Josh, an ex-convict who has served time for a crime he didn’t commit. With so many lawyers and a law enforcement officer in Brett's circle of friends, nobody other than Brett believes Josh – at first!

All Josh wants is a fair new beginning, and that means a job and a roof over his head. Well, he wishes someone believed that he's innocent as well, but after being framed and spending eight years locked up and abused by prisoners and guards alike, he'll pretty much take what he can get. Scrupulously honest, and not willing to be found out later, he tells Brett the truth when he applies as a ranch hand, and is relieved and elated the super-attractive cowboy is willing to take a chance on him.

Brett, the owner of Hope Ranch, is desperate for help. None of his previous helpers were truly motivated to work hard, so when Josh comes along, Brett may be a little weary, but he figures the guy deserves a second chance as much as the next man. He is also strongly attracted to him, and their lust and mutual need for companionship soon leads to more.

As Brett and Josh get to know each other, and battle mistrust from Brett's friends, Brett develops a plan to help Josh. The chaos and tension that follow were not his intention, but they certainly help to clear the air! If you like hot cowboys, if you enjoy reading about scrappy underdogs who never give up no matter what life throws at them, and if you're looking for a short read with a good balance between heat and tension-filled plot, then you will probably enjoy this short story.


NOTE: This book was provided by Pride Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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