Title: After the Fall (Tucker Springs Book 6)
Author: L.A. Witt
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, Second Edition
Release Date: September 6th 2019
Page Count: 170
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5
A Tucker Springs Novel
The trails around Tucker Springs, Colorado, are perfect for horseback riding, and Nathan finally has the horse he’s been saving to buy for years. So it just figures that the first day he takes Tsarina out for a ride, some guy on a motorcycle spooks her and she throws him, leaving him with two broken limbs and no chance of enjoying the trails for the rest of the summer.
Mechanic and nomadic motorcycle enthusiast Ryan feels awful that his wrong turn resulted in injury and inconvenience. To atone, he offers to exercise Tsarina for Nathan, with one caveat: Nathan will have to teach him how to ride.
Lessons turn to friendship and then to mutual attraction, but Nathan is determined that attraction is where it ends. He’s been hurt before, and he knows Ryan will never settle down. He might just be too skittish to give them a chance—unless Ryan can convince him to get back in the saddle.
I’ve not read the rest of this series, but didn’t feel as though I’d missed anything, for those in the same boat. I will say, this was worth the read!
Nathan has saved up his entire life for the horse of his dreams and he’s finally got her. So, on his first ever ride, in the middle of bliss, he’s cut off by a motorcycle, and thrown to the ground, his horse landing atop him.
After breaking his leg with the horse and then breaking his hand on the guy’s (Ryan’s) face, they swap numbers and Ryan offers to ride the horse until Nathan is able to get back into the saddle.
This was an honest story of two guys who’ve run away from things in their own ways and who are NOT looking for anything serious. But, that doesn’t mean they can’t have a bit of fun in the meantime.
LA Witt wrapped me up in this romance. Seriously. I fell hard for Ryan and the more that was uncovered about him and his life, the more I wanted happiness for him.
Both characters had class and smarts and the banter was just so pleasing to read. I would seriously recommend this lighthearted story.
Tucker Springs series
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