If there was ever a cure for the dismal second half of Brokeback Mountain, this book is it:
“You say my name so pretty,” he told me, his breath drifting over the root of my cock, his mouth just a second from where I wanted it. So close, but years away. “I want you to say it just like that, all night. All dirty and desperate and wicked.”
My god, I didn’t know how this was the same man who grunted half his words and thought I reckon was a full conversation. I wanted to weep for all that was inside him I didn’t know.
~ Looking for Trouble, Misha Horne
We’ve got Will Caplan, one older loner cowboy who lives on a farm with just his dog, Captain, some horses and chickens, only coming into town once in a blue moon to sell his homemade whisky. And Jesse Morgan, one young troublemaker from Chicago – a city boy through and through – looking for guidance and discipline, though he only realizes it when he hooks up with Will.
Then saddle up your horse for one long slow burn of a sexy romance between two men who barely know how to kiss each other, and sure don’t know how to say the things they need to say to get the good times rolling.
But when they finally do – hold on tight. The final few chapters of this book are some of the hottest I’ve ever read and sweet as hell to boot.
I love everything Misha Horne has ever written. She is the Queen of writing emotional and loving kink, with characters who are discovering their sexuality and digging their way out of shame and confusion to determine exactly what they need in a lover.
Looking for Trouble strikes me as the most pure of all her stories, with two innocents who meet by chance only to discover they fit perfectly together.
Two other Misha Horne books I recommend: