Salt Johnson has had his heart broken, or at least his ego dented, but he’s about to meet a man who wipes away every bad memory Salt ever had.
Saul ‘Salt’ Johnson had a crush on the wrong man. No surprise. He doesn’t have much experience when it comes to relationships despite his age. Being a cowboy in Montana means keeping in the closet, which has left Salt with a long line of one-night stands. Getting hired on at the Mossy Glenn changes all of that, and he’s beginning to see that maybe he can have more than he’s been settling for.
He just doesn’t expect to find it with another one-night stand.
Andy Calder spent years taking care of his brother Destry and helping to raise his nephew, Ty. Now both are gone—Destry passed away and Ty being raised by Andy’s spiteful younger brother. Andy hasn’t forgiven himself for being manipulated after Destry’s death. He just hopes Ty is happy. Andy’s working hard to build up the company he’d started with Destry, wanting to leave Ty a legacy he could build on. Things just aren’t going as planned, and when he decides to blow off some steam with a sexy, rough cowboy, they end up connecting in a way neither of them ever expected.
It’s definitely not a one-night stand kind of thing.
I had been waiting to read Salt’s story since we were first introduced to him in the Mossy Glenn Series. I had really high hopes for what I had hoped would happen for Salt, and I have to say that I was completely excited while I was reading this story.
This book is not like the other books that I have read from Bailey. Not only does it include the hot cowboys, but this story will also pull at your heart strings because what happens during the course of it is so amazing. Come the ending of the story I didn’t want it to end!!
I do have to say though; Salt’s character completely caught me off guard. I was able to connect with him on quite a few levels just because he was so much more personable than I had originally thought that he would be. Andy’s character, I have mixed feelings about him. While I do understand the things he had went through in his life, I just didn’t feel like he was very likeable.
Overall, there were some twists in this story that kept me on my toes. And parts that brought me almost to tears. But I think that this is by far my favorite book by Bailey. It’s a complete must read from me!
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