- Release Date
- January 2013
- Book 2 of Home
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ
Book two in the Home Series
Tony Romanos is a bull rider searching for a place to call his own, and a man to love him no matter what.
Tony Romanos is searching for a place to lay his hat and his heart. Travelling on the professional bull riding tour is tough on relationships. He's never found a man he's willing to settle down for, or even a home he's able to call his own.
Brody MacCafferty owns a bodyguard company which has a few perks. Being in Hawaii and picking up a handsome cowboy for a hot one-night stand is one of them. Brody doesn't expect to see the gorgeous man again.
Neither man can forget that night in Hawaii and fate steps in, connecting them together in ways deep and true. Can Brody convince Tony that Brody's arms are the very home Tony's been looking for?
Reader Advisory: This book is best read as part of a series.
Feb 13, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
133 people found the following review helpful
"Sometimes the family you've got isn't the one you need." And sometimes, you're lucky enough to find a new one that's just perfect for you. That's exactly what HOME OF HIS OWN is about – finding a new home, new family, and finding love.
Tony Romanos is a professional bull rider, traveling all over the world, hoping to find a home to call his own, and someone to love. Being always on the move doesn't help much, so when he picks up Mac – owner of a bodyguard company – in Hawaii, it's just another one-night stand. Extremely hot one-night stand, but they'll never see each other again, right?
But Tony can't stop thinking about Mac, and that's never happened to him before. Brody ‘Mac' MacCafferty feels exactly the same way about the handsome cowboy. And before they even try to find each other, fate steps in and makes sure they are so deeply connected they can't even think about wasting the chance to find their true home.
Saying I enjoyed reading HOME OF HIS OWN would probably be an understatement. I adore Tony and Brody. This is such an amazing story about friends, love, family issues, acceptance and second chances. It's easy to read, has some great, cute lines, and you'll fall in love with these guys – probably all of them, to be honest – right from the start.
T.A. Chase is truly talented. She managed, yet again, to create characters that feel so real, hold your attention, grab your heart and make you stay glued to the book until the very end. You can hardly ask for more.
Word of advice – this is not a stand-alone, and should not be read as such. Les and Randy (the main characters of book #1) have a huge part in this book, and the stories are connected, so keep in mind you should read this series in order.
Now off I go to start book #3, as I can't wait to see what's that country singer got himself into.
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