Vetting the Cowboy by.P. Bowie

Vetting the Cowboy by.P. Bowie
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (111 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

When Mike Henry, the new veterinarian in town, meets cowboy Seth Archer, it could be good times ahead—but Mike’s ex isn’t about to let him go without a fight.

Seth Archer, working cowboy on a dude ranch in Northern California, is thrown for a loop when he meets Mike Henry, the new veterinarian in town. The five-foot-eight bespectacled Mike isn’t Seth’s type, but the blue eyes behind the glasses are something Seth can’t seem to get past or forget.

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Seth and Mike bond, but their love affair might just be doomed before it truly begins when Victor sends Alex Brand, a celebrity bodyguard, to strongarm Mike back to Seattle.

In order to protect Seth and his new friends from Alex’s big fists, Mike may be forced to make a decision he’ll regret for the rest of his life.

If you are looking for a light, fast-paced cowboy romance, then you will be happy with this one. This is definitely a case of opposites attracting as Seth and Mike appear to be different in every way. Mike won’t have any of it when Seth knocks himself down though.

Although the pacing of this book is fast, though I’m not sure if it is just how it is written – with time disappearing in a couple of sentences. The story goes from now to next month in the blink of an eye, and then it feels like significant time has passed but then references to ‘yesterday’ will be made.

This is the start of a new series so there is the world-building of the Seven-Plus ranch and its owners, Parker and Royce, as well as the story of Seth and Mike. There is also another character, Randy, who shows up at random times and I’m not yet sure if he will play a bigger role in the stories yet to come. The issue with Mike’s past is easily and conveniently dealt with, leaving Seth and Mike free to get their HEA without any interference.

A short, light read, perfect for a coffee break.

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