Case Holden hates his life. Made rich at a young age, he slipped into a lifestyle of partying with multiple boyfriends who only wanted to be with him for what he could give them. After confiding to his aunt that he’s miserable, she extends an invitation for a visit. Case plans to spend the time in small town Clover City to reprioritize and plant his feet on the road to happiness. He does not expect the Clover City sheriff to step into his world and wreak havoc on his emotions.
Two years ago, after the death of his partner, Rawley Kane moved to Clover City, trading the painful memories and big city madness for a less stressful existence. Even as sheriff, his life is uncomplicated and quiet. That is until Case Holden rolls into town and reminds Rawley just how lonely he is, and of everything he’s been missing.
Case is everything Rawley shouldn’t want. The man has six boyfriends and a life back in Denver, not to mention he’s quite a bit younger than Rawley. No matter what he tells himself, he can’t get enough of the young man. And Case has made it clear Rawley is the only one he wants. Now if they could just get past Rawley’s guilt and Case’s insistent boyfriends, they just might stand a chance.
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I really enjoyed this! The blurb for Only You tells you everything about the story so I won't rehash it. I liked all of the characters in this book, except for maybe one that I'm sure we're not supposed to like. This is an age gap story but I like the fact that it's not mentioned over and over like some age gap books do. There's a lot of hot, sexy time in this story; Case gets Rawley to do things he never though he'd do (in a truck) and it was fun to read. Once Case and Rawley get together Rawley has to find closure with his old life in Denver and Case has to wash the men from his past out of his hair. I thought the words for this book flowed really smoothly and it kept my attention to the point that I didn't want to do anything else until I finished it. I was a bit disappointed in the rather abrupt ending, which is why I couldn't give it 5 stars. A short epilogue showing Casey and Rawley a bit in the future would have made this a perfect book for me. This is now the third book I've read by Kay Doherty and I'm really enjoying her work. A review copy of this book was provided to me via IndiGo Marketing & Design but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***