Worth Dying For by Peter Styles

This is steamy, romantic and sweet. Oliver just wants to move on from having been released from prison, so he opts out of suing the state for his wrongful conviction in favor of work. He gets a job from Nico's friend Quinn, being a handyman on his ranch. Quinn couldn't really afford to hire Oliver, but wanted to help him out. Especially after he saw how hot Uncle Ollie was. At the end of the first day Quinn is helping Oliver stretch his sore legs out when he decides to see how far he can go before Oliver stops him. Afterwards Oliver has to decide if he is into men, because the one time he kissed a boy when he was a kid, he was shown how wrong it was by his foster father. And even though times and attitudes have changed, Oliver never thought about another man. Meanwhile Quinn I dealing with a sick mother and a failing ranch. Oliver is a solid guy with a big heart. Quinn is a bit juvenile, but he's a decent kid.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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