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Monday, November 21, 2011

Review – Cowboy Obsession By Sineth Killiri

Cowboy Obsession

Title: Cowboy Obsession

Author: Sineth Killiri

Publisher: Amber Quill Press

Buy Link: Buy Cowboy Obsession Here!

Rating: You Want To Read

Reviewed by: Layne


Librarian Braden Hollace wasn’t open about being gay in a small Texas town, so whenever he saw the gorgeous cowboy across the street from the library, he refused to approach him and shatter his fantasy about the man. Instead, he put his focus on stopping the town council from banning gay literature.
Mayor and handsome, irresistible rancher Eric McCaffrey kept his sexual preferences to himself. He devoted his time to things he found important, and the impending literature ban wasn’t on his list. And he told that very thing to the librarian who called him to protest.
But when Braden and Eric hook up at a nightclub in the city, they never imagined their night of passionate sex could turn into an affair of the heart


For a quick read, I enjoyed Sineth Killiri’s Cowboy Obsession. Librarian Braden is going up against the town council who wants to ban gay literature. An out and proud gay man, Braden reaches out o the mayor but gets shot down. He’s not giving up though. After a night out with his girlfriend, she sets him up with a sexy cowboy and the two get down and dirty. No names are exchanged, but you see where it’s headed.

The story is predictable, but the sex remained on a high burn so as a result I kept reading. I still don’t understand the role of the shrewish girlfriend, who seems to make a habit of falling for gay men.

Eric’s in the closet but not all the way as he mixes his business with his pleasure. Self preservation really isn’t a top priority there. There was little to no character development in Cowboy Obsession, what you see is what you get, but I didn’t mind it much. Like I said, it was quick.

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