Outcast Cowboys You can run but you can t hide Problems have a habit of following you even if it s only inside your head Ross decides to start a new life away from the grim belly of London England unable to stomac

  • Title: Outcast Cowboys
  • Author: Sarah Masters
  • ISBN: 9781784306625
  • Page: 250
  • Format: ebook
  • You can run but you can t hide Problems have a habit of following you, even if it s only inside your head.Ross decides to start a new life away from the grim belly of London, England, unable to stomach being a cop any longer He tells himself he s moving miles away to find himself a bed partner, but he s lying He has to Facing up to the real reason he s leaving isn t soYou can run but you can t hide Problems have a habit of following you, even if it s only inside your head.Ross decides to start a new life away from the grim belly of London, England, unable to stomach being a cop any longer He tells himself he s moving miles away to find himself a bed partner, but he s lying He has to Facing up to the real reason he s leaving isn t something he can handle His last undercover job proved too much his life was at risk and if he stays in London he ll likely end up dead Nightmares plague him, his subconscious unable to switch the past off So he moves to a ranch in America, thinking the new surroundings and different lifestyle will help him to heal and to forget What he soon realizes is he s jumping from the frying pan into the fire Joe s passion that of caring for the horses is the only thing that keeps him sane He s a surly man, and for good reason a reason he hasn t told a soul Folks think he s mean and unapproachable and suspect him of committing murder More than once Locals assume that Joe got let off the hook Nothing could be further from the truth, but Joe lets people think what they will He s done with their speculation and sly looks.When Ross and Joe meet, tension is rife The air between them prickles with animosity as well as sexual tension Both have a past they can t get over Both have skeletons in their closets they wish would turn to dust And both have to make a decision Can they cast their fears aside and trust each other, or have the terrors they ve experienced ruined them for love

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      Published :2018-09-16T04:57:27+00:00

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    1. ​Originally, I thought story was misleading because of title. It madeus believe that we will get a ranch style life, with cowboys coming together and falling happily in love. I guess that would have been my assumption really. Well we did not get that exactly. Clearly I didn’t read the blurb, if I had then I wouldn’t have read this.Instead, it was some sort of psychological drama dealing with murder, mayhem, past lives as a British police officer. I enjoy stories like those from time to tim [...]

    2. Ratings are not great and I already tried once without getting into it - so, next and final try!So, I had problems with the writing style; at some point I just started skimming. It was a dark read and I couldn't get warm with any of the characters. I think this author's not for me.

    3. I struggled with this one. I think I was expecting Andrew Grey or Ariel Tachna, but this is much grittier. Not grit as in the struggle to keep a ranch going in a hostile environment - but grit as in family secrets, domestic abuse, homophobia, PTSD, grizzly murders and small-town cover-ups. Ugly gritty. And the author doesn’t offer up much hope or easy platitudes. This is a difficult book.There is an awful lot going on in a relatively short novel. Ross leaves his job as an undercover detective [...]

    4. The first half of this book started off pretty good and I was really getting into it. Then it takes a turn so fast I think my eyes got whiplash.There are plenty of secrets, lies,and dead bodies in this middle of nowhere ranch all centered around one family and it's bad seed. And just when the drama is at it's peek or MC's leave town and start a new life. That's all well and good but what aboutan while back at the ranch? There is no real closure there for me one gets caught or arrested and the fu [...]

    5. I don’t know what to say about this book or how to even rate it. I’ve sat on this review for twenty-four hours and pondered (seriously, I was lying in bed just thinking about it) what I honestly thought and what I actually felt. I don’t know if I loved it or barely liked it and although there were parts of the story I didn’t care for, even perhaps found slightly boring, I’m pretty sure I don’t even mind. So I figure I’ll just spew a whole lot of words onto the page and see if I can [...]

    6. “Once you realize you deserve better, letting go will be the best decision ever.” ~ unknownAfter the trauma Ross endured in his last undercover operation with the London police department, he decides to leave everyone and everything behind him. Ross thinks if he runs far enough, the issues that he can't yet admit to himself will dissolve. But Ross can't get away from them regardless of how hard he tries to ignore or deny them. They haunt him day and night until Ross finally gives up and admi [...]

    7. ThreeStarI struggled with this one. I think I was expecting Andrew Grey or Ariel Tachna, but this is much grittier. Not grit as in the struggle to keep a ranch going in a hostile environment - but grit as in family secrets, domestic abuse, homophobia, PTSD, grizzly murders and small-town cover-ups. Ugly gritty. And the author doesn’t offer up much hope or easy platitudes. This is a difficult book.There is an awful lot going on in a relatively short novel. Ross leaves his job as an undercover d [...]

    8. I believe this is the first book I have read by this author. The story line is really cool. I thought it was going to be just another cowboy story. I was wrong. This is a heart gripper because the main characters have had drastically different lives, yet they were targeted for the same reason. It is a story that unfolds a layer at a time until you get to the core of the problem. I cannot say too much, because I don't want to give anything away.Ross is an undercover police officer from London. He [...]

    9. Take two gay men hiding secrets…one from England showing up on a secluded ranch in the middle of nowhere and the other that seems trapped there and there is sure to be fireworks. But will the secrets buried on the ranch keep them apart? Ross finally is free for his job as an undercover cop in England. His last mission was too close to killing him and after being outed he decides to come to America and start a new life. Working on a Ranch with hot cowboys should be safer than dealing undercover [...]

    10. In a Nutshell: Unusual gay romance with a strong mystery and excellent long ending. Why I Read This Book: Synopsis caught my attention.What I Liked: Ross and Joe are both lonely men who connect with each other. I loved the early part of the book when Ross (and readers) aren’t quite sure if Joe is a good guy or not…this tension is well done and kept my attention. Once Ross trusts his instinct that Joe is a misunderstood loner, Ross (and readers) are totally invested in the developing relation [...]

    11. This book kept me intrigued and absorbed right the way through. Ross is running from his past, all the way from England to America. Joe is the initially gruff, hot ranch hand that stirs both curiosity and arousal in Ross. But Joe has his own skeletons in the closet. Will their respective pasts come back to bite them in the ass, will there be a HEA or will there be more danger and heartache. A unique and thoroughly enjoyable read.

    12. Absolutely amazing!! Dark psychological feel and a little eerie as death seems to be a part of the ranch along with the mysterious horse. Loved Ross and Joe, I feared for their lives. I didn't think they would get out of this alive. I wanted more from the Voices series but Sarah Masters talent with Outcast Cowboys was definitely satisfying.

    13. I read Outcast Cowboys the other day. I've needed a couple of days to think about it. I liked it a lot and at the same time not sure what to think of it. After a couple of days I'm still not sure what to say. lol I guess for now I will just have to say I liked it a lot. Never had a book make me feel this way. I love Ross and Joe. I liked Gren too. *sigh*

    14. I enjoyed reading this, good plot which was different and interesting, good solid main character, and i liked the themes of fate, escaping your past, moving on and finding happiness.

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