Handsome cowboy, meet ravishing ballet dancer. Hunky cowboy Clyde Walker grew up on a horse ranch working side by side with the rough and tough men who ran the place. When Clyde moved east for grad school, he didn't expect to find romance with the type of guy more comfortable in tights and ballet slippers than in jeans and work boots.
Bonaventure "Bonnie" Rinaldi is jaded to pretty boys. However, as a favor to his best friend during an event at a snotty country club, the stunning Bonaventure becomes Clyde's guide and dinner companion. Bonaventure discovers that chaperoning the smoldering stranger through the event is a nicer duty than most - Clyde is genuine, magnetic, refreshing. Sparks fly, passions ignite. Except Clyde is Boston-bound, and Bonnie's the premier danseur with the Manhattan Contemporary Ballet Company. Twenty-four amazing hours together and endless weeks of a long-distance relationship can't form a basis for life-changing decisions. Or can they? To make this work, they'd have to be Bonnie and Clyde.
Bonaventure and Clyde is a gay romance with happy ending, no cliff hangers, and explicit material.
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Bonnie & Clyde
I thought the premise of this story was great! I mean who doesn’t like stories with a Bonnie and Clyde theme to them. And add in they’re a Dancer and a Cowboy and that’s even better! But it’s a bummer there were a few times while listening to the Audio of this book I kind of zoned out and my eyes glazed over, it was almost a little too monotone to me & I had to go back, rewind the story to re-listen to what I missed. The narrator was alright, but I would have liked to hear a little more emotion while he was reading the story.