Colorado Heart #1 Colorado Wild

29. August 2020 Off By lana88

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title: Colorado Wild

Series: Colorado Heart #1

Author: Sara York

Published in English: 2013

Sideantal: 222

Forlag: Self Published

ISBN: 978-1492388647

Finished Reading: August 2020

Stars: 2

Genre: Romance & LGBT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.

 


 

When love sneaks up on you, shoot for the heart.
Billy Bradford has a secret, and it’s bigger than the fact that he’s an assassin. When Tucker Hayes, Billy’s “straight” best friend, is injured on a mission, Billy acts in haste, kissing Tucker. Shocked by the act, Tucker runs. But desire is stronger than convictions, leading Tucker to hunt down Billy.
The other guys on the ranch are oblivious to Tucker and Billy’s actions as they investigate a new target. Grant Stovall is hung up on his ex, but Roger Burk, their new operative, catches his attention and one small touch isn’t enough.

 


 

This was an odd read. Very bizarre experience indeed. This book had too many characters in it. It was difficult keeping track of them all. We started getting to know one person, whom I thought, was going to be our main character, but then suddenly, we started getting to know two other people, then few more. All different yet the same in a way.

There are so many issues with book. These sexy men are supposed to be alpha males whom all has a military background or similar, but instead they act as bitches gossiping worse than women does.

It was impossible to read about these men, and actually caring for them because they were just pathetic and weak. The multiple point of views in this case didn’t work, since the characters and the pairing of them wasn’t developed properly.  Not only did the story, characters and plot lack, the writing was super weird as well. “There wasn’t a cleft to his chin but the little dimple gave the illusion that there could have been a cleft, but it just hadn’t been molded properly “

The dialogue didn’t make much sense either. The story had potential, could have been great, but it was just too influenced by a female author.