Monday, December 27, 2010

Review: The Thunder-Horse by Alyx J. Shaw

The Thunder-Horse
By: Alyx J. Shaw
ISBN# (couldn't find it)
$1.99 ebook
Torquere Press
Contemporary Erotica / GLBT
Released: ???

It's not all glory and glamour being the personal assistant of a major rock star, but Andrew does the job as well as he can. And when he's asked to procure a horse for a music video, he finds the most beautiful horse he's ever seen. However, the mighty black stallion has had a dark and troubled past, much like the man Andrew works for, Nathan Maynard. Now Andrew has a rival for Nathan's affection; a huge, hairy rival with four feet and a long nose. What's most frustrating about that is the horse appears to be winning.

In this story the point of view is from Andrew, Nathan’s assistant. The big black horse is the turning point for the relationship between Andrew and Nathan. The horse is almost the animal version of Nathan and they have similar backgrounds of abuse when they were young. This was a sweet and funny story that will pull you in. It will have you cracking up laughing and almost crying along the way. I recommend this short story for anyone who loves a good book.

Moriah gives this book

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