But family issues cause him to think to the past and how he was thrown of house at fifteen years old when he confessed to be gay. Now his nephew Juan is having the same problem and when he goes to Texas to help him, he also finds another young boy in needs of help, an eighteen years old hustler, Yancey, who seems to old for his age. Tony brings back Yancey to Wyoming with him and he is very surprised when the boy older brother arrives to the ranch to fetch his brother: he is the same handsome man he spent a night with in Hawaii, Brody.
From this moment on, the story is a blurry of events, all of them happening around the different locations of the national rodeo circuit and with a common turning point in Wyoming.
Home of His Own is a very erotic romance, Brody and Tony are a pretty taken couple, but it's also a book written by someone who clearly like the rodeo and the men who work on the circuit. It's mostly a love story and there aren't problems between Brody and Tony that put on stake their relationship. Problems arrive from the outside world, especially from the very traditionalist family of Tony.
The book is also a way for who liked No Going Home, to not let go two lovely characters like Les and Randy, but also to have a glimpse on possible future characters, like Juan and Yancey, but above all, like Derek St. Martin, a country singer with some secret of his own. I'd like very much to read about Derek in the next book of this series.
Amazon: Home of His Own (Volume 2)
Amazon Kindle: Home of His Own (Volume 2)
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing (March 11, 2013)
1) No Going Home: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/1908.html
2) Home of His Own
Reading List: http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bott