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Texas Rough Blurb

Lane Daniels loves his job, working as a foreman on the south Texas ranch gives him the type of satisfaction he’s always craved, but the owner of Crazy Hills ranch, Gresh Hamilton Miller the third, has woven his way under Lane’s skin, leaving Lane crazy for the man’s touch. But doing the boss is out of the question.

Gresh wants more from Lane than his ability to handle livestock, he wants it all. Lane won’t give him the time of day so he forces the issue, setting up a date that Lane believes to be a business meeting. Alone together, Lane and Gresh ignite in a flash of passion.

Just when it feels like there could be something more between Lane and Gresh, the new doctor in town, Riley, sets his sights on Lane. Riley chases hard after him, insinuating himself in Lane’s life, highlighting Gresh’s faults. But Gresh won’t give up without a fight. Will Lane and Gresh be able to survive the intrusion, or will Riley be the one walking away with Lane's heart?

More about the Texas Soul Series

Q - What makes the Texas Soul series different?

A – The story line for Lane and Gresh stretched the full six books. Their love is complicated and twisting, taking them from a simple love affair to a complex relationship that cements their love and ultimately makes them stronger.

Q – The men in the Texas Soul series, what are they like?

A – Crazy Hill’s Ranch is the setting for the Texas Soul Series, dead in the center of Texas. The men are passionate about their cattle and ranch work, but they know how to cut loose and have fun. The guys were raised on hard work and good food, and know how to stage a practical joke. They are fun loving, dedicated, fiercely protective men who will stop at nothing to protect their own.

Q – Is there a theme to the stories?

A – The Texas Soul series is much like an American drama or family saga. The problems aren’t easily solved in a quick little story, they run deep. From Gresh’s father trying to manipulate their life, to some of the guys escaping troubled pasts, there’s always something to keep life interesting. One of my favorite characters is Cookie, the ranch’s cook. He may seem like a gruff old man, but he’s really got a heart of gold. Family is important, and Cookie knows the men who work on the ranch are family.

Q – What is the most enjoyable part of the book?

A – The men of the Texas Soul series know how to come together to protect their own. It isn’t a traditional hurt comfort series, but there is plenty of drama and angst to please.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Sara York lives in the south and spends her time writing and creating. You can find more information on Sara York at


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 231 Seiten
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Kann die schlechten Kritiken nicht nachvollziehen. Dieses Buch war spannend bis zum Schluss. Die Beziehung zwischen den beiden entwickelt sich nachvollziehbar und auch der neue Arzt, Riley, trägt prima zu Spannungen bei (die sich zu Glück am Ende klären). Hoffe, er bekommt auch ein eigenes Buch, weil er einem irgendwie leid tut - wo er doch wirklich sexy ist.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Drama, romance, sex... a bit like a soap opera but fun! 27. September 2013
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Note: This review is for the series and as such, does not contain a lot of detail about the plot because it would be way too spoilerish! If you want to know more about the specifics of each book, check out the blurbs.

The Texas Soul series consists of six books which I pretty much read back to back.

The series starts with Texas Rough which focuses on one couple, Lane and Gresham, and is largely set on Gresh's family ranch where Lane is the foreman. It also introduces another main character, Riley, who falls hard and fast for Lane. This first book is fast moving with lots of multiple storylines. There are themes of coming out and comfort/hurt with large amounts of drama and even larger amounts of sex!

The second book, Texas Hard, focuses more on Riley as he deals with his feelings for Lane but meets and falls for Connor who is a Texas Ranger. This story brings in some elements of bondage as Riley takes a more dominant role in his relationship with Connor. Falling in love happens so quickly, as in the first book, that it is hard to believe that Riley really knows his own heart and it is amazing how open these men are in discussing their feelings! Once again, lots of drama, largely driven by insane amounts of jealousy as the story and relationships get complicated. I liked the story but did find the edition of the book I was reading had some annoying editing/spelling issues. There was also reference to speaking "Brazilian" in Brazil. I thought they spoke Portuguese.

Texas Twist sees things get even more complicated. We are introduced to a new romance as Connor's Texas Ranger partner moves to the ranch to recover from the trauma of his abduction. He falls for Sterling, one of the ranch hands. Sterling finally acknowledges he may be gay as he has such as strong reaction to Erick. The believability is a bit lacking as his actions dont seem those of a relucant gay man. He is pretty physical with Erick, demonstrative and once again discussing feelings. This new relationship is not the primary focus of the book. The Lane/Gresh/Riley/Connor relationship plays a really key role in this book.

The soap opera feel continues as Jung-Hwa "Jump" joins the story in Texas Branded. Jump comes to the ranch in search of his father. He not only finds family but finds love with the local deputy. The love in the story is sweet and gushy with poetic language and once again this couple are very open with their emotions, articulating their feelings for each other. The relationship development also continues the theme of fast, fast, fast - love and proposals all happening really quickly. The relationships of all the previous couples continue to weave in and out of the book and things really ramp up with a cliffhanger ending! Luckily I didn't have to wait and could launch into the next book straight away. If I'd read this book when it was first released and had to wait for the next book I would have been really annoyed as I don't have the patience for this kind of thing!

Texas Desire is the fifth book in the series and the drama hit new heights. Lots of heartbreak and angst, hospitals and deathbeds, emotional declarations, rejection, pain and loss. The new couple, Kip and Jamie, play a role but largely take a backseat to the more emotional story line being played out between the original four characters.

And finally, Texas Legacy concludes the story. Once again, there is very much a soap opera feel to the story with the overlapping stories of each of the characters. There is lots of heartbreak but also happiness as new love is found and families started. It was nice to see the final conclusion and know what happens to each of the couples. The epilogue jumps ahead ten years and provides closure. My main issue with this final book was the resolution of the story line introduced in the prologue. The prologue deals with the previously unknown and unrelated Wild Bluff Ranch and then the character from the prologue turns up later in the book in a relatively stand alone fashion with a story line that is unresolved. I now understand from the author's blog that this will be a spin off series but when I first ended the book the inclusion of the story line seemed a complete mystery to me.

So overall I actually enjoyed the series. It was pure escapism and really over the top at times. I have mentioned a soap opera feel but I think I must have been in the mood for reading something like this and I quite enjoyed the drama, the romance and the complications. Probably my main complaint (not that it is really a complaint as such) was that it was too full of sex. There seemed to be sex on every second page! The guys just seemed to alternate between sharing deep emotions and then doing each other.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen 2.99 Stars. Texas Tears. 22. Januar 2014
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Read on January 21, 2014

2.99 Stars. I'm rounding up with the stars listed above since it was free. I can't bring myself to two star it.

So, I actually did enjoy the book, but I never actually felt where the nearly instant & undying love was real. Yes, the hot & sweet cowboys told each other they loved each other almost from the start, but I just never felt it. It didn't jump off the page and grip my heart. I was also a bit bothered by all the back & forth with Riley. If that love with Gresh was so infinite and eternal why was he always letting Riley use his junk as a scratching post to pet on? That bugged me.

The Brokeback Mountain scene did seem a little recycled, but ultimately didn't bother me. What did bother me was Gresh shooting Lane down when he asked him to bottom. I mean, seriously? Lane isn't allowed his moment to top? Okay, so I'm not a gay male, but I would think if he was obsessively head over heals in love with his soul mate- he'd allow him a turn. Maybe not, but I felt bad for Lane being denied that one request. Gresh said his reason was the one time he tried it hurt. Hmmm... He's telling that to Lane who's walking, well like a cowboy bc he is still hurting from the night before. (That's cold)

Lastly, there was a LOT of sobbing cowboys. Do gay closeted hot cowboys on cattle ranches really sob publicly this much over hurt feeling? That just didn't seem to ring true to me.

Ok, so did I enjoy reading it? Yes, I did.

Would I recommend it? Not unless you're jonseing for hot gay crying closeted cowboys having lots of one way sex.

Was it worth the price? It was free so absolutely.
3.0 von 5 Sternen It was enjoyable and kept me reading 8. Februar 2014
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I've read several M/M romances and I try not expect too much as in, your typical gay taboos and chieches cause every person has their verson of how a gay relationship could work in the real world or in this case Texus. It was an easy read, it got to the point but the main plot kind of fell short towards the end with the whole artical and what was happening on that Wed. That totally got glossed over and I was expecting a full melt down with Hamilton and Gresh. I thought Lane and Gresh were going to be a united front when they dropped the news on his father about them getting together and about Gresh being gay but not it just fell short. The beating with Lane and Adam I had a feeling that was coming and it was a good scene bc unfortunitly there are still hate crimes out there about gays but again this could have been more in depth. I really wanted Gresh to stand up to his father and prove his worth and prove that he can handle what Hamilton threw at him but again that big plot point was just kicked under the table and Im sure I wasnt the only one thinking this epic blow out was going to happen and got short changed in the process. Not a bad story but dont expect epic life changing events taking place. It was sweet and romantic and I did enjoy the story I just felt that the main plot got over looked.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen I liked it! 15. September 2014
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Well, the book is very fast paced which makes it a total page turner. Things just happens so fast that it makes you wonder if there's a chapter missing before chapter One--I mean, the relationship between Lane and Gresh began in such a very straightforward and rushed fashion that it was almost surreal; there were no flirting, no "courtship", no nothing. When you realize they're already all over each other. Still, I loved the story because their relationship is full of ups and downs and emotions and insecurities from both sides and that's what I like in a m/m romance story. The sex scenes are quite hot, I'll give you that! But I just wished that m/m romance books would focus less on sex details and more on the big picture itself. Sometimes I think I'm reading a m/m sex story book instead of a romance/drama one. But what can I do if 4 out of 5 m/m romance books out there are virtually sex-driven ones.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen And I still very much enjoyed it. Except now I’ve read the whole series 29. Mai 2015
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This is the second time round reading this book, first was many moons ago when it first came out. And I still very much enjoyed it. Except now I’ve read the whole series, I already know what happens to the characters, it kind of sucks. I kept saying or waiting for certain things to happen, but they were in different books. Which I guess is one of the reasons I try and avoid rereading. I did miss and loved revisiting Lane and Gresh and getting to know there insta love to us, but really a secret love that has been brewing for both of them. This third love that Riley is throwing in, the mess that is Jake and quietness that is Cookie all while running a Ranch. And meeting all the other hands and learning a little about ranching without being over killed with mundane details, this I really liked. I had forgotten what a manipulator Sr. was. And I still don’t believe that he gives over to this relationship of his son so easily? Just doesn’t add up. Guess I’m re-reading book two to find out.
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