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Falling (Hawkins Ranch)
     

Falling (Hawkins Ranch)

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by Cameron Dane
 

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Cain Hawkins is a master at suppressing his desires. After all, he's been doing it for more than a century. What Cain wants more than anything is a man to love, but he knows that no matter how much he craves it, it can never be. Cain is a Naverto demon, and to desire another man is more than forbidden, it is an act that will bring about his death. Cain keeps to

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Falling 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Dejaleed More than 1 year ago
Despite the improbability of the plot, this is an engaging and highly evocative (hot!) gay book. The reader gets swept into the feelings of Cain, the owner of an abused horse rehabilitation ranch, who also happens to have a secret life as a Mr. Hyde-like, but beneficent, alter-ego demon who occasionally flies away. His ranch hand Luke is the ideal young mate who is gorgeous and hunky, and who holds Cain to his words constantly, being a highly moral young cowboy, earnest and hard-working. Everything he does seems right, and he is remarkably well-balanced mentally after having been severely abused in the past and enduring further injury during the course of the story. He is the endearing martyr of the book, the kind of young man anyone wants to spend the rest of his life with. Cain is the most complex character, though, a virgin demon whose soul is one hundred seventy-five years old. But his reactions to sex are those of a teenager, ultimately refreshing to an old queen like myself. Many of the conversations in the book are unrealistically cumbersome, and certainly not in the vernacular of a small Montana town. In the story's perfect world, most of the townsfolk in the book are completely non-judgmental about Cain and Luke's increasingly public gay relationship, which is a stretch in a cowboy community, but also kindly refreshing. It is a feel-good book, with its share of drama and unexpected events interspersed with very hot sex scenes. It makes me want to go back to my early years of growing up on a farm in the mountain West, and of idealizing love and trying to find ways to make it happen.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never cried over a book until this one. This story was very emotional. Luke and Cain's story is my favorite of this series. Cameron Dane was born to write romance. I highly recommend this book.
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