Ian and Bull Westerfield have spent years loving each other in all the ways the law said they shouldn’t. When they come across a drifter looking for work, the brothers invite the stranger into their home, and eventually, to their bed.
Axel Bennett was looking for work, not a home. When an accident leaves him in the hands of the Westerfield brothers, they offer him both. Envious of the bond the brothers’ share, Axel agrees to stay the winter.
Their love will be put to the test—a piece of land or the safety of each other?
Another very well written book, yes it’s a taboo subject. But it’s so well done you get lost in the tale and not in the sex or the taboo subject.
This is about upbringing, a way of life, a sadistic father, a youth gone before it began and new beginnings.
These brothers only know this way of life, and even though they ‘know’ in the world it’s wrong, this is what they know. They keep to themselves, and although the ‘town folk’ make it hard for them, they hold there heads high and don’t give up.
When they find Axel, things change, feelings change, life changes.
During my reading of this, all I could think, how could something so beautiful be so wrong? And these three are so beautiful together. The way the meld and become one unit, they way they decide to be the bigger more adult party of the book.
My only complaint, I want it longer, I felt the end was rushed, not enough info or too much crammed into the last pages.
I want that part two, the HEA in the second home.