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Author Topic: Longhorns by Victor J. Banis  (Read 892 times)

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Longhorns by Victor J. Banis
« on: September 12, 2015, 11:19 PM »
Name of the book: Longhorns
Genre: MM (romance)
Book publish year: 2006
Rating (out of 5): 3
Brief intro: Forty-year-old Les, the trail boss of the Double H Ranch, works for its beloved chatelaine, the elderly widow Miz Cameron, "a little dumpling of a woman, dressed in black." Les rides herd over a crew of rowdy cowboys, roping steer and sleeping around prairie campfires. Young drifter Buck, part Nasoni Indian, catches up to them on a roundup. After proving himself an expert sharpshooter, rider and roper, Buck celebrates his initiation to the group by luring one of their number, Red, into his bedroll. But Buck is really after Les, sandy-haired and significantly endowed.

Review: A classic in this cowboy genre. Slow but feels reslistic.
 

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