Title: Lorcan's Desire
Author: SJD Peterson
Genre: Contemporary, Cowboy, Romance,
TBR Reviewer: Bella Star
Rating: 3 Stars - A Good Read
Heat: 4/5 - Smoking Hot
Lorcan wants to show his parents that he’s a hard worker and despite his feminine appearance he can be tough. So, he sets out for a job. The only one that will hire him is Quinn who owns a ranch and has a bit of a reputation himself.
Lorcan and Quinn feel so real and they had great chemistry. The dialogue and inner thoughts are fantastic. It really kept the story going as dealing with the other homophobic rancher plays out. Which is quite one dimensional. The sex is so damn hot, loved every touch and thought between Lorcan and Quinn. However, they aren't the only ones. Quinn has a blowjob with a guy at a bar. Lorcan has one with another rancher. It is cheating and that sure as hell doesn't sit well with me. Then Lorcan dumps Quinn and gets with Jess. It’s this muddled, cheating, mashup of forced drama. Which pisses me off because this author is a great writer. She has a lot of talent with character creation.
The plot is written with too much drama that doesn't fit in. I suggest reading the book My Homecoming by this author. That book is fantastic!
Jimmy grew up on a farm and left for premed school. Now, he’s returned with a flamboyant boyfriend Oliver in tow. Eric is Jimmy’s best friend and straight. They are thrown together when Oliver cheats...
Before I even talk about the main characters, let’s start with the secondary and third and any character in here because they’re all amazingly well created. Scott, Jimmy’s parent’s, Eric’s parents, Eric brothers, even the town characters are fantastic! Then there’s Jimmy and Eric. One a cowboy, one a doctor, both so freaking fabulous that I can hardly describe them. Sexy. Sweet and their romance. Oh my God, it’s so perfect. They’re best friends and then kissing and...just perfect. The sex scenes are, well, perfect. Okay, I know I’m using that word a lot but I love this book so freaking much! Oliver role is admittedly anticlimactic. Nothing happens with him but still, I’m all tingly from this book. I’m going to recommend this book to every m/m reader I know and I’m on the hunt for more books by this author!
My Hometown is a must read cowboy romance!