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You Can Leave Your Boots On by Irene Preston

You Can Leave Your Boots On

Book Info

Title: You Can Leave Your Boots On
Author: Irene Preston
Published: November 10, 2015
Pages: 92
Publisher: Irene Preston
Author’s Website: link
Rating: ★★★


Travis Boyd keeps his sexuality under wraps. It’s not because he doesn’t want to be out–in fact, he’s made a commitment that he won’t date someone who’s in the closet. It’s just that he’s not sure that his conservative clients in the heart of Texas would be too thrilled with him being overly open about it. And it doesn’t impact his work at all anyway. But when an anonymous dating app sets him up on a blind date with one of the last people he might expect, he finds himself forced to reexamine all of his rules and behaviors for a chance at something different and new.

I found the setup here to be intriguing and it wasn’t difficult to get into the story, to want to know more about where this was headed. And the conflict presents itself very early on. Travis has his rules; Bo has his. Travis isn’t willing to bend; Bo thinks maybe he should, just a bit. But there are certainly implications for them both that aren’t easy to ignore.

If you’re looking for something with unexpected twists, this is definitely it.

[Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.]