Down Low (Down Home Book 1) By Parker St. John

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His broken bones could finally mend their broken bond
Bull riding was the only thing that calmed the thrill seeking, self destructive beast inside of Calvin Craig. It allowed him to escape a small minded town and the pain of his troubled youth, fleeing to bright lights and big city fame without looking back.One trip on the horns of the wrong bull changed everything.Cal is forced to come crawling back home for the first time in ten years, his body broken and riding days behind him. But not everyone is happy for the return of their local celebrity.
Eli Jackson was once the tall, dark, and sinful preachers son who had Cal wrapped around his little finger. Now the steely eyed sheriff of Sweetwater, Eli is hell bent on running him right back out of town. Hes never forgiven Cal for the spectacular implosion of their relationship. Even though the lingering tension soon has them burning up the sheets, he refuses to be tamed.Cal is surprised to find himself rising to a new challenge: breaking the bull that is Eli Jackson.He might have run out of luck, but hes not out of miracles yet.


Down Low is a full length contemporary gay western romance that can be read as a standalone. Full of kindle melting steam and rugged, stubborn men who can't keep their hands off each otherno matter how much they want to. A love story for the ages complete with the sweetest Happily Ever After you'll ever read.
Down Low (Down Home Book 1)

Nice book to read on a Sunday. It was a nice story about a life of hard work and constant pain. You get to learn a bit about the downside of bull fighting and bull riding. You get to see and read about two men loving each other but being stubborn about their perceived Womens rights The book was worth mak0ing it through the rough parts. I do not u9nderstand the need to get into violent sportsbut it almost became understandable as the author developed Cal's character.i wish I understood some of the other characters. Womens rights Down Low is the kind of book you come back to again and again. Teenage sweethearts who now can't stand one another reunited in a small town setting, rodeos, big feelings, and a cast of characters that keep you intrigued. This is one you won't want to miss. Womens rights This is the first book I have read by this author but it definitely wont be the last! This story grabbed me right from the start and kept me in its grip until the end. This is the story of Cal and Eli. A high school misunderstanding has them breaking each others Womens rights Cal and Eli. A forbidden love, hidden away from prying eyes. Love that’s kept in the dark like that is never going to flourish and it was difficult to read the heartbreaking parting between them ten years ago. It’s easy to forget the negativity and fear for the Womens rights

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Loved this book! I'm looking forward to the next book! Womens rights