A Chaotic Range

A Chaotic Range

by Andrew Grey


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ISBN-13: 9781632160225
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, LLC
Publication date: 11/07/2014
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 1,199,098
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 2.00(d)

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A Chaotic Range 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This one is about Brian, a cowboy that is down on his luck. And David a ranch hand that has had his own bad luck in life and in love. Brian finds himself jobless, penniless and driving through a bad snow storm, destination unknown. As Brian makes a turn to what he hopes will take him to someplace safe, he overcompensates a bad turn and ends up in a snow bank. Stuck he has no choice but to hunker down and hope he is found before the worse happens. David and some of the ranch crew happen to come by and spot the car, coming to the rescue just in time. Bringing  Brian back to the ranch, David and he quickly realize they knew each other in high school. And start a friendship based on that knowledge. After a few days all the workers get into easy work/friendship camaraderie. Brain and David start to develop a deeper friendship, starting a sexual relationship until David finds out what he feels is the real reason for Brian being fired from his last Ranch. This was my first Range series but I had heard that you didn't need to read the previous ones and I found that to be mostly true.  The only time I got confused is when they brought in Mario, David’s old love interest. I didn't get that Mario was the foreman and when the David/ Mario thing happened that it was just David that left. Not until we got the back story, later in the story, was it explained better. I also found that Brian was pretty forgiving, almost too forgiving. I would have expected more confrontation between Brian, David and couple of characters. But over all a great read and I will be going back and reading the rest of the series. I was given this book for an honest review by Crystals many review 
lindsay911 More than 1 year ago
Another excellent Andrew Grey story.  After Brian ends up stuck in a snow drift during a serious snow storm, he's resigned himself to the fact that he might not make it.  His car dies and he has no idea where he is or where to find help.  He's found in the nick of time by David and taken back to the ranch where they realize they had attended the same high school. Neither man holds out any hope for a happily ever after and their relationship starts off on rocky ground.  Another serious snowstorm and allegations from Brian's past both push the two together and threaten their relationship. The author, as usual, gives us an emotional story where characters struggle with real life issues while trying to build lives for themselves.  It definitely has both the heart and sexyness you expect from an Andrew Grey novel.  I can recommend reading this book if you haven't read the others in the series first, because that is exactly what  I did.  I felt there was enough backstory to make this story enjoyable, even for newbies to the series like myself.  I will be reading the rest in this series soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Andrew Grey never disappoints! 4.5 stars for this one!