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The Chase Brew Lloyd, Openly Gay, Returns To His Hometown Of Noble, Nevada, To Live In His Parents Home While They Travel To See His Dying Uncle Brew S Been Gone Since Graduation, Avoiding His Gay Hating Father, Yet All The While Taking The Money Offered To Him Almost As A Bribe From His Father For Not Accepting Him Or His Sexual Orientation Upon His Return, His Lawyer Father Maneuvers Him Into Securing A Summer Job At A Ranch Called The Chase There, Brew Finds Himself Face To Face With An Old Fantasy The Rancher S Son Chase, Former Football Hero At The Local High School, A Soft Spoken And Dynamite Looking Young Man.Chase Has Struggled With His Sexuality For Years, And Has Shunned Dating In Favor Of Staying On The Ranch Unable To Come To Terms With His Frequent Fantasies Of A Young Man He D Secretly Admired In High School, Chase Pours His Emotions Into Hidden Erotic Writing But Now, When He Sees Brew Again After Many Years, He S Forced To Confront His Hot Desire For The Glib Guy Who S Not Shy About His Own Sexual Preference.As These Two Men Grow Closer, Two Other Men Stand In Their Way The First Is A Federal Agent, Who Taunts Chase With The News That Part Of The Ranch Is Being Reclaimed By The BLM, The Agency That Owns Most Of Nevada S Rangeland And Mining Concerns The Other Man Is Brew S Lawyer Father, Who S Been Helping Long Distance In The Fight Against The BLM, And Who Cannot Guess That His Own Son Brew Is Having An Affair With A Manly Ex Football Player.Can Two Sensuous Young Men Expose The Crooked Federal Agent, Cope With A Hateful Parent S Prejudice, And Still Find Unbridled Joy Together Genres Gay Contemporary Western Action Adventure Series

About the Author: Erin O'Quinn

Erin O Quinn earned a BA English and MA Comparative Literature from the University of Southern California Her life has been a pastiche of fascinating vocations newspaper marketing manager, university teacher, car salesperson, landscape gardener until now, in relative retirement, she lives and writes in a small town in central Texas.Erin has published six M M novels and three novellas with Amb

10 thoughts on “The Chase

  1. says:

    This was such a great story I loved that we had two men, so very different, that come together and find love Be warned this a graphic M M super hot erotic love story.I just loved this story These two men knew of and were drawn to each other in high school, but never even spoke Chase is older and is drawn to listening to Brew speak.anywhere, whether it was the debate team practices or the plays Brew was a part of He didn t understand why he was drawn to the younger man, he just was Brew lusted after the big, gorgeous football star, but was sure that he would never be interested with all the girls hanging off him Chase graduated and went to work with his Pa on the ranch As soon as Brew graduated he flew out of town to get away from his very un accepting father.Several years later, Brew comes home and his father sends him to his friend Roy s ranch The Chase to help out As soon as Chase Roy s son and Brew set eyes on each other it is instantaneous FIREWORKS Something I really love about men especially the ideal in my books is that they don t beat around the bush As soon as Chase realizes he loves Brew, he TELLS him This is so refreshing.Now all...

  2. says:

    Review to follow soonI m still basking in the glow of this wonderfully easy, deeply satisfying story.

  3. says:

    2.5 3 starsUm I m not sure what to think of this book It looks completely conjured from the depths of imagination The ties with reality or realistic approach seem so, so fragile Well, if you go with this mindset then I guess it s quite entertaining and strangely funny.But let s take a look at the story We have Brew, a rich young man nearly off college His ties with his family are fragile at best He loves his mother but his relationship with his father ended the day he learned Brew was gay A homophobic at heart his father withdrew completely from his son, replacing his love with his money, anything to keep Brew happy but away from him And Brew than happy did exactly that until the day when he s required to come back home and take care of the family mansion while his parent are needed to the side of a dying uncle.Yes, Brew is not happy with that, and is even less happy when somehow he trips with his own words and gets manipulated to work for the time he s to stay in Noble at The Chase ranch In between trying to think of a way out he is completely taken by surprise when he sees the Golden Boy, the jock, the most desirable God ever stepped foot in high school, Chase Brew always has been eloquent with words, but right at that moment, a deep feeling of something profound and life changing to happen sizes him and he s rented speechless.And on the other hand we have...

  4. says:

    The Chase is a great story As I read the story it was of a cross between a contemporary and western You have Brew Lloyd who is the son of one of the towns best lawyers and Chase Grayson who is the son of one of the ranchers and mine owners Being in a small town the young men did know of each other but didn t hang out in the same groups Brew was a couple years behind Chase He was into the arts in school he performed in the school plays, was on the debate team and is openly gay Chase was the football hero He worked the ranch and partied with his friends Unlike his friends he didn t chase the girls He was fascinated with a vision of a male form with elusive dark eyes Two different lives but they did have one thing in common, the dream of the one person who could make them happy.After graduation Chase stayed on the ranch his father owned, the Chase Ranch and Mine He and his father Roy Grayson worked the two thousand acres by themselves taking care of the land, cattle and the up keep of the mine The mine is an old silver mine They don t work the mine it is of a family keep sake, part of their land and history ...

  5. says:

    Reunited And It Feels So GoodThe classic ballad Reunited by Peaches Herb is both the right title, and the lyrics are the right description, for this deceptively sweet, erotically complete, modern cowboy saga The story of Brew and Chase is a bit familiar Mid twenties guys who went their separate ways after avoiding each other in high school in a small conservative farming community because of their unspoken and erotic feelings toward each other get reunited by happenstance and circumstance and instantly fall in lust and love.Nice premise, often badly portrayed However, I was so impressed by how Erin O Quinn handled a 1920s love affair in Ireland between two masculine men in The Gaslight Mysteries series that while waiting for the fourth to be published Thin as Smoke , I decided to see if she could do for American characters what she did for the on...

  6. says:

    Someone has done her homeworkThe overall love story in this book is very well written and believable The everchanging POW of the narrator gives us the full story.This is a story that touches on many different themes The grief that follows the untimely and unexpected loss of parents.The nervousness related to coming to terms with one sexualityThe love that dared not speak its name but now shouts it from the rooftops.I love the fact the writer has done her homework and has included unlike all other MM writers I have read the necessary preparations you need to do when having MM sex She lets it have it s natural place in the proceedings thank you for that.The crime solving storyline is...

  7. says:

    2.5 3 stars.I had some issues with this story I liked the characters and I think the relationships could have developed well BUT it seemed rushed Chase has a secret that he struggled with his entire life, and that struggle ...

  8. says:

    It was an okay but forgetable read The main characters didn t talk in high school but pined after each other, years later they meet again and there is an instant attraction and almost immediatly they have sex altough one of them is a virgin , not very believeable to me.

  9. says:

    3.5 stars.I am not sure what to say about this It was better than the first one and I would not say I hated it, I just didn t love it either If I had to read one again, it would be this The characters were better than the last book too.

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