Monday, October 17, 2016

Vaqueros and Vigilance by Bailey Bradford

Publisher: Pride Publishing
Date published: November 2015
ISBN: 9781784308865
Contemporary , cowboys, erotic romance, Gay
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher
Rating: 3 Hearts

As Joaquin is healing from being shot he meets a man who brings out such emotions in him it takes him by surprise. The two men quickly find that their attraction burns intensely but Joaquin cannot seem to get the feeling that he has seen Everett before. We all know secrets are always bound to come out and Everett’s does. Joaquin soon learns that Everett is Seb the very person that the deranged man was after when he shot Joaquin. Can the two men find a balance and more importantly can Joaquin and Seb find what they truly want: love?

This is a sweet story about finding and being willing to fight for love. Seb is a good man who lost so much when he was kidnapped and held prisoner. He longs for a normal life but is always looking over his shoulder waiting and watching for the evil man who he escaped from to find him again. Joaquin is one of the things Seb longs for and he cannot stay away from. Joaquin hides his misery away and longs for love but knows that love is something he will never know. That is until he meets Seb. Can the two truly find happiness with each other or is it too good to be true? Joaquin and Seb make a nice couple. It was nice to see their attraction blossom into something more. Their love and trust shows in everything that they do.  I enjoyed watching both men find themselves and open up because of the love of the other. The two men find that love is out there for those willing to embrace it. Their story moves at a nice pace and we get to see what these two are made of.  It was nice seeing these two find their way with a little help from Joaquin’s friends. I truly enjoyed will and his bantering as well as Carlos and his sage advice. The bonds of friendship and love are strong throughout this story and made reading this story all the better.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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