Blood Heat by Dale Chase

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Series: N/A
Author: Dale Chase
Genre: Historical/Western
Length: Novella (41 pages)
Publisher: Wilde City (November 18th, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3.5 Hearts
Blurb: The last person cattle drover Tad Albright expects to see in a Cheyenne, Wyoming saloon is Clay Hecker, the lover he shot, and believed killed, twelve years before. While welcoming the knowledge that he’s no murderer, Tad doesn’t welcome the man whose betrayal prompted the shooting.

As past mixes with present, passion ignites, but sex isn’t the cure-all it once was. Tempers flare, a fistfight ensues as they attempt to resolve a past that seems beyond resolution. Love does have a chance, but it’s no longer the stuff of youth.

Can these men accept a healed-over wounded kind?

ISBN: 978-1-925180-62-6

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: I don’t know why it is, but to me a gritty western themed book makes me think to the TV show Deadwood. So in my head this has been like Brokeback Deadwood.

The story is told by Tad, a cowboy who enjoys an active sex life with other like-minded men in Cheyenne, where he calls home. But he has a past and part of that was thinking that he had killed a man. Except that man, Clay, turns up very much alive! Set in the West (Cheyenne for the most part) in 1893, this is a nice, quick story, which is enjoyable to read. There is a little mystery set up, which had me wanting, needing to know why Tad had shot Clay 12 years earlier.

And honestly, it was satisfying to read why and the rest f the conclusion to this hot Western.

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A Hard Loving Man by Dale Chase

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Author: Dale Chase

Genre: Action/Adventure, Cowboy/Western

Length: Novella (80 pages)

ISBN: 9781925031904

Publisher: Wilde City Press (March 12th 2014)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Reviewer: Cat

Blurb: Dodge City bank clerk Gordon Howsley leads a life of quiet routine, each evening feasting on the sight of rugged men in the Long Branch Saloon before going home to wife and children. A welcome breach occurs when outlaw Tom Stoddard robs the bank and takes Howsley hostage. Holed up in a remote hideout, Stoddard discovers Howsley to be a most willing captive and the two embark on a sexual adventure in which Howsley sees his dreams of manly satisfaction fulfilled at last.

But when the law intrudes and Stoddard is jailed, how far will Howsley go to be reunited with the man he loves?

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Review: Gordon is a banker living a lie and very closeted. He needs a man badly but hasn’t brought himself to actually take that step and cheat on his wife. One day the bank is robbed and Gordon is held hostage by Tom Stoddard the bank robber and Gordan’s life is drastically changed.

Oh my gosh this book was amazing. I will say it totally threw me for a loop. The story is set in the old west, and has that old west charm going full strength. I actually felt I was living there the descriptions were so well done.

I loved that though there was a lot of sex, it was well written. I will warn you it is very rough and rugged and the book is very unpredictable. Once you start, you won’t want to put it down.

I really liked Gordon. I liked how he decided to follow his heart, well perhaps more his other head. Once he had a taste of his fantasy he couldn’t go back and would do what he had to in order to satisfy his cravings for men.

I highly recommend this if you like coming out stories, the old west, sheriffs, outlaws, Bank Robbers, fast paced stories that are not predictable and some very rough and tumble mansex. Oh and COWBOYS!!

Dime Novel by Dale Chase

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Series:   N/A … but it appears it might be

Author: Dale Chase

Genre: Erotic Historical

Length:  Short (50 pages)

Publisher: Wilde City Press (December 4th, 2013)

Heat Level:  Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3Hearts

Reviewer: Eli/Mandingo

Blurb:  Dime novelist Benedict Bright has brought fame to Arizona Marshal Evan Teague but when he ventures west to meet the man he’s written about, he finds he’s done his subject wrong and further, that Teague is determined to set things right. As the marshal introduces the writer to western reality, through law enforcement as well as manly intimacies, Bright gains new resolve in his work while swept up in a passion like no other he’s ever known. But will it last forever… or break his heart?

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Review: This is a story set in the 19th century.  It’s often interesting to read historical m/m romance because they are usually stories about men who are in the closet. This story, however, while no different, was somewhat intriguing.  Why?  Because it’s a good, old-fashioned western. Benedict goes out west to get corroborative evidence re the hero in his dime store novels.  He’s been getting his information from newspapers, then elaborating, and embellishing those stories.  So he meets his hero and finds out that there is much more to the man than he first thought.  One big thing being that his hero likes men and that the man who died in the true to life story he wrote was his hero’s lover.

Benedict and Evan spend some time together both in and out of bed and they learn much about each other.  But, what’s a western without a bank robbery or a shootout at the OK Corral?  Well the story delivers one of these and it becomes a watershed moment for Benedict and Evan.  The story ends fairly abruptly with the relationship between the men being unresolved; however, it leaves the door open for a sequel, which would prove to be another interesting read.