Garron's Gift by Carol Lynne

91JVNEYzRlL._SL1500_Title: Garron’s Gift, 2nd edition
Series: Good-Time Boys 02
Author: Carol Lynne
Genre: Contemporary/Cowboys/Romantic Suspense
Length: Novella (91 pages)
Publisher: Pride Publishing (July 14 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: Garron Greeley thought he had it all—a great new job and the man of his dreams to call his own. When his lover Sonny sprang the idea of a commitment ceremony on him, Garron couldn’t have been happier. Except for a few men, the town seemed supportive of their relationship, and many showed up to witness their special day.

The ceremony is everything he hoped for, until an act of bigoted violence shatters Garron’s world, leaving his new husband in a pool of blood in the middle of the street. He’s left wondering if asking for everything will leave him with nothing.

Working with his new brother-in-law, Garron sets out to prove the identity of the shooter and bring him to justice. Along the way he learns that true love can have many different forms.

Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously released by Totally Bound Publishing under the same title. It has been re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.

ISBN: 9781784306847

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Garron’s Gift

Reviewer: Cat

Review: After the shooting of Sonny on their wedding day by an unknown gunman, Garron and Rawley are doing everything they can to get the shooter. But the town is under the thumb of the shooters dad, and things are hard for Rawley.

Garron is dealing with Sonny’s moodiness and the fight for justice. He brings in a sexy friend from Chicago to help but will Nate help or cause more friction between Sonny and Garron?

There are several storylines in this book. It isn’t all about Garron and Sonny. Jeb and Rawley get a lot of attention as well and near the end we get a bit of Nate.

It’s a bit predictable, but it is superb. I loved all the suspense. I especially liked how real the healing of Sonny felt. His injury caused him to have memory loss and personality issues; he wasn’t instantly back to his old self, there was a struggle in the relationship.

I did feel this story needed to be more about Garron and Sonny since the title is Garron’s gift, but I did feel that storyline was complete even though the killer wasn’t yet brought to justice.

I really enjoyed this story, and am loving this series and the character’s being added to each account.

If you like ranchers, lawmen, gay romance, contemporary romance, suspense, and some hot man-sex, this is for you.

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