Every relationship leaves something behind. Dumped by his sugar daddy, part-time model Scott Mackenzie somehow ends up owning an abandoned church in rural Ontario. He dreams of using it for gay weddings, even if he'll never have one of his own.
Joe Sutton is trying to keep his family together after his parents' deaths. Between the family ranch, his brother's construction company, and commitments around town, he doesn't have time for a relationship. But Mackenzie is hard to ignore.
As both men fight their growing attraction, challenges to Mackenzie's business threaten their relationship. If he can't make it work, he'll have to crawl back to the city in defeat. But the only solution involves risking the ranch Joe loves, and each man has to decide how much he'll sacrifice for the other.
©2013 Kate Sherwood (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
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"This narrator was terrible!"
It was hard to listen to the story with this narrator. He sounded like an elderly man, had little differentiation between the character's voices, and made Joe's accent sound like a parody. The rise and fall of his voice sounded like he was reading a children's book. It was very hard to concentrate on the story.
Yes, I like her Dark Horse series.
What a silly book. The narration will murder a book and boy this one is gone! So boring, plus the silly concept...why did I even attempt this.
"Tender Tale of Finding Your Path"
I adored Kate Sherwood's Dark Horse series and jumped at the chance to listen to one of her audio books. True to her writing style, the story had smooth pacing with an almost-painfully slow and gradual build-up. With some quirky characters thrown in and a few one-liners, The Fall is a tender tale of two men finding their true paths and discovering those paths can intertwine. I hope we have more stories about them and their family.
The narrator gave a solid performance, bringing a gentle voice to this beautiful love story.
"Better then the first in the series!"
Funny, real, sexy.
Spoiler alert:....I like that the macho brother was actually gay!
The sound of his voice is quite engaging.
Not all is as appears!
It might be a good idea to buy the first book too...'The Isle of Where?...'
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