Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Review: Texas Heat by RJ Scott

Texas Heat
(Texas #3)
by R.J. Scott
Release Date: August 18, 2012
Genre: M/M Romance

Riley and Jack Campbell-Hayes are doing well. Jack is expanding the Double D, Riley is close to his first ethical based contract, and Hayley is nearly ten and happy as all get out.

Jack hires Robbie, who is recovering from a loss, as his right-hand man. Riley's photographer friend, Eli, decides the Double D is perfect for a cowboy-themed model shoot and falls in lust with Robbie. Everyone except Robbie sees how perfect Eli is for him.

Against the backdrop of twenty half-naked male models on Double D land, Texas Heat is the story of one hot summer with a Gay Rodeo, a bar fight at the Rusty Nail, and a love between two men that grows stronger every day.

I don't think I will ever have enough of Jack and Riley. In Texas Heat, we are introduced to a new couple, Robbie and Eli. They are a great addition to the clan and I enjoy the romance subplot, but this is still a very much Jack and Riley book. I love the fact that both men are passionate about their work, Riley with his oil thingy and Jack with his cowboy stuff. They never step in to interfere with each other work, but will always be supportive by the sideline. It just warms my heart of read about such a mature and steady couple navigating through their lives.