Nowhere Ranch

Nowhere Ranch

by Heidi Cullinan
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Nowhere Ranch 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome book. Fell in love with both the mc's. Heart warming and sexy, with a well deserved HEA.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed! Lots of raw hot sex but a great story and very emotional.
ChristyDuke1 More than 1 year ago
I'm going to begin by saying two things. One, I have read this book multiple times before writing a review. Mainly because I wanted to do justice to the story and the author. Two, Nowhere Ranch by Heidi Cullinan is my second most favorite book of all time.  This entire story is written in the first person point of view of Roe Davis, a 25 year old man, thrown away by his family when they discover he is gay, an ex-convict for a bar fight, newly living and working in Nebraska at Nowhere Ranch for the owner, Travis Loving. Roe is a pretty simple guy. But that doesn't mean he's stupid in any way, shape or form. He's basic. Black and white, not many shades of grey. He is true to himself and is content to let others be. He knows what he knows and seems satisfied with that. He suffers from some bad self image and self confidence when it comes to Roe, the man. He knows his own value and worth when it comes to Roe, the worker, however. It's not difficult to figure out where this is going. After working there for about a month, Roe gets a weekend off and drives three hours to the closest gay bar. What do you know? There's Travis. After hesitantly dancing around the subject, they discover they share some of the same kinks and spend the weekend together. Roe needs to be dominated and used and Travis needs to dominate.  Which kind of freaks Roe out because he never is intimate with anyone he works with and, in fact, rarely has sex with the same person twice. The sex is quite a bit of BDSM involving fisting and pony play so if you're not up for that, you might want to skip this story. Travis leaves it on Roe as to whether they want to continue this when they return to the ranch. And Roe is really determined that the weekend is all it's going to be. For obvious reasons their relationship outside of the ranch doesn't end there. It would be a pretty short story otherwise!  It becomes obvious pretty quickly that Roe has never stayed at one job for very long or made any friends since leaving home because he fears the emotions that come with that. He doesn't want to care and lose everything again. He's basically shut that whole part of himself off since being kicked out of his home.  And, it takes Travis working at pulling him back to keep Roe running away again when they begin to have an actual relationship. It's hard for me to express why I love this book as much as I do. Roe is so amazing and not in a victim kind of way. He truly believes that he deserves all the negative things that have happened to him in his life. Travis is a big, quiet bear who somehow sees right into the heart of who Roe is and what he needs. Individually they are fascinating men. Together they are simply beautiful to watch. As is typical of Heidi Cullinan, there is nothing simple about this story. There are many twists and turns, supporting cast are wonderful and the ending is a beautiful HEA.  Read this. You won't ever regret it. This story will stay in your heart.
Sandra027 More than 1 year ago
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