The Blaecleah Brothers, Book 1
Date published: January 2011
ISBN: 978-1610343343 (Print)/ (E-book)
Contemporary, Western Erotic M/M Romance
Print and E-book
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Self-Purchase
Lachlan Blaecleah comes across two local bullies beating a strange man on the road. He never anticipated that saving this man’s life would bring him face to face with the one person who is meant to be his for all time. The minute he sets eyes on Asa Miller, the world stops and Lachlan falls hard for the young man. Can Lachlan find a way to convince Asa to stay on with him after that one hot night together?
Asa Miller was stunned to look up and see a handsome cowboy saving his life. A knight in jeans and boots, Asa is wary of trusting something whenever life goes right for a change. Falling for someone like Lachlan has Asa in a confused knot. Can Asa find a way to trust the feelings he has for Lachlan in order to have his happily ever after?
COWBOY EASY is the introduction to a new series about the Blaecleah brothers and I have to admit, Ms. Glenn has a winner in this series. With the right amount of sexual tension, a great cast of characters and a fast paced storyline, this author delivers a one-two punch within a matter of minutes and hooks the reader right from the first page.
I fell for Asa and Lachlan within minutes. They were so completely open and each were vulnerable in some way, which appealed to me as a reader. The characters are tightly written and complex with hidden vulnerabilities that come out during the course of the story. Asa and Lachlan were downright sexy; it had me squirming in my chair. We got to meet the entire Blaecleah family and the brothers of Lachlan had me sighing in delight. There were some secondary characters that were intriguing and kept the story flowing nicely. I do have to say the sex scenes were hot, hot, hot. Holy smokes, you need a fire extinguisher when you read this one. The sexual tension between Asa and Lachlan was so hot; I swore the computer was shooting sparks from the monitor. I think Ms. Glenn should have a warning label slapped on her books saying “Watch out for sparks when reading!”
COWBOY EASY is a perfect story if you want something to heat up a cool spring day. Ms. Glenn delivers a pure combustion in her introduction to the Blaecleah family and I, for one, am eager to see who falls next in the brothers. If you are looking for a well written cowboy story, then I highly recommend COWBOY EASY by Ms. Glenn. Just make sure to leave a window open or your significant other nearby to help ease that tension.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.