"I've done everything wrong, Finn. From day one. It was the only way I knew how to be with you and still be worthy of you. But I see now that I never really was." (Callan)
Vengeance. It's the one thing on ex-cop Rhys Tellar's mind and he's spent every day of his two-year prison sentence planning how he'll bring down the former lover and partner who sold him out and cost four people their lives. A six-month parole stint working at the CB Bar Ranch in southwestern Montana should be the easiest thing he's ever done. But the last thing he expects is to feel something for both the charismatic ranch hand who befriends him and the enigmatic foreman who's pretending to be something he's not.
A future. That's what Finn Stewart wants, but to have it he must leave behind the man he wants above all others, his very straight boss and best friend, Callan Bale. As the only openly gay man in a small, homophobic community, Finn has to fight every day to be who he is and walking away is starting to seem like the easier path. Until Rhys Tellar shows up and changes everything.
A lie. Callan Bale's entire life has been about hiding the man he really is and it's about to cost him the one person who's managed to worm his way past the walls he's spent years putting up. But choosing Finn would mean giving up everything he's worked for and breaking the promises he's made. At least losing the younger man to Rhys means Finn can have the life he deserves.
Three men. Three choices. One chance at finding home.
Can be heard as a stand-alone story - no cliffhangers.
This series crosses over with some of my other series, so for the most enjoyment, they should be heard in order, but it is not required.
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Stand up for yourself and grab on to your chance
Ex-Chicago Cop Rhys had been framed by his partner on the force/lover. Working time on a ranch in Montana promises to shorten his prison sentence, but after arriving Rhys would rather leave immediatly again. The ranche is barely holding on, the nearby village full of narrow minded people and sitting on horseback is not his thing either. But then there is this unexpected attraction to smiling young ranch hand Finn and to brooding handsome foreman Callan.
Sloane Kennedy has started her series „Finding“ with three very different men in difficult situations and I wondered how they would find their home together. The story is a perfect mix of gay romance and modern wild west that grabbed me after the first sentences and kept me curious to the end. Rhys is the catalyst setting a development in motion that had been stagnating between Finn and Call for years, now really speeding up the storyline. Rhys,Finn and Callan are such likable characters that I worried with them and so wished them to find their luck and home. The final solution is a bit out of the ordinary but I liked it and I could close the story with a happy, satisfied smile.
Michael Pauley has mastered this narration with a nearly all male character cast of outdoor men of few grumpy words perfectly. His voice variations make it easy to distinguish determined Rhys, sweet Finn and moody Callan and follow them through the fast paced stroyline. Especially at the end, when all is escalating to an unexpected show-down, he captures each protagonist well and so gives the audio book listerner a vivid picture of the damatic scene. Well done!