September 7th, 2019

andrew potter

Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Save a Horse, Dive a Cowboy by Kayla Jameth

Save a Horse, Dive a Cowboy

"What an absolutely delightful read; a gem of a story and a real page turner. I really liked the different character viewpoints which gave more insight into their motivations and gave the story more depth. The author knows her subject matter and, after reading the details of Shep's trials and tribulations, I feel like I could dive now. All in all, an engrossing read. I shall look out for more from this author."

"When I read the blurb for this story I wasn't sure I'd enjoy it, but wow, was I ever wrong. It was a treat to read! There were so many times when I wanted to take Coyote, the antagonist, and pull his tail so hard it'd fall right off. But then again, thanks to him the story was a delight to read for it gave Hoss and Shep's adventures in trying to find Hoss's magic horseshoe a more solid meaning. Quite enjoyable and my first Kayla Jameth's story. I'd definitely read more from this author."


Shep's just your average all-American cowboy. He runs his own ranch and rides the occasional saddle bronc. Nothing special there. Unless you look too closely at his boyfriend.
Descended from a long line of Native American mustang shifters, Charlie "Hoss" Running Horse is anything but average.
When Coyote takes a shine to Shep, he decides that Hoss has got to go. With the theft of the medicine horseshoe that allows Hoss to shift from mustang to human, Coyote sets his evil plan to have his way with Shep in motion.
Will Shep be able to save Hoss before it's too late? Or will Coyote's plan come to fruition?

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Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Bouncing Back by L.A. Witt

Bouncing Back (Wilde's Book 10)

"Loved reading this! The relationship between Samir and Elliot is simply sweet. I loved the protectiveness Elliot had for his lover, the sweetness and gentleness he treated him with, and the way Samir fell head over heels for Elliot. Quite entertaining and worth the read. I'd always loved Ms. Witt's stories and will always be searching for more."

Between his time in the Marines and working as a bouncer at Wilde’s, Elliott Moore has seen it all. In his line of work, breaking up fights is business as usual. When he steps into a lovers’ quarrel one night, though, he finds himself running interference as a traumatized man tries to get rid of a persistent and occasionally violent ex-boyfriend.

Dr. Samir Ramezani has had enough. He just wants to move on from that toxic, abusive relationship, but his jerk of an ex isn’t ready to let him go. When Elliott offers to back him up, Samir is grateful for the help—and irresistibly drawn to the man with the big muscles and a soft touch.

Samir is terrified he’s just jumping from one bad relationship to another, but Elliott isn’t like men he’s dated before. He’s sweet, he’s gentle, and he’s a sucker for Samir’s beloved pets. And Elliott isn’t just protective of Samir—as the chemistry sizzles between them, he’s falling fast. It’s hard not to think this could be the real thing.

That is as long as the vindictive ex-boyfriend who knows all Samir’s weaknesses doesn’t find a way to sabotage it.

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Rainbow Awards Submissions

#382 Lisa Dordal - Mosaic of the Dark
#383 Kim Fielding - Blyd and Pearce
#384 Kim Fielding - The Spy's Love Song
#385 Kim Fielding - The Little Library
#386 Kim Fielding - Redesigning Landry Bishop
#387 Kim Fielding - A Full Plate
#388 Jean Copeland - Summer Fling
#389 Eli Easton - Boy Shattered
#390 Eli Easton - Family Camp
#391 Eli Easton - Robby Riverton: Mail Order Bride
#392 Glenys Wilson - Harbour View
#393 Morticia Knight - In the Name of the Father
#394 Morticia Knight - A New Beginning for Angelo
#395 Morticia Knight - Finding Sanctuary (The Hampton Road Club #6)
#396 Laura Lascarso - Hiroku
#397 Laura Lascarso - When Everything Is Blue
#398 Jodi Payne & B.A. Tortuga - Wrecked



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