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Bitter Springs In 1870s Texas Renaldo Valle Santos the youngest son of a large and traditional family has been sent to train with Henry “Hank” Burnett a freed slave and talented Twenty one year old Renaldo is the youngest of five children of a wealthy landowner Estebàn Valle who had moved with his family from San Antonio to the border of Texas and Mexico on a land grant many years ago Not only because it was perfect grazing land for their sheep and longhorn cattle but also because of wild herds of mustangs with which Señor Estebàn Valle a horse trader was obsessed It is why he invited Henry Burnett the best horse catcher in this business to train his son Silvestre For domestic reasons or rather because of a uirk of fate – I don’t want to give away than necessary at this point – Renaldo HAS to take Silvester’ place He is both – excited and worried Excited because he grew up around horses and he always feels peace and joy working with these animals Worried because of being miles away from his home and his family and in the first place to be separated from his twin sister who knows him better than anyone else and who understands his being different even if Renaldo himself can’t find a reasonable explanation for his lack of interest in women of spending many weeks out in the prairie in a company of a total stranger probably an old horse master Wellwhen the legendary Señor Burnett arrived Renaldo’s jaw dropped Instead of an old unpleasant stranger he faced a very attractive young black man who couldn’t be much older than Renaldo himself This talented mesteñero a freed slave Henry “Hank” Burnett with a sad family history that we’ll learn later in the book was nothing like Renaldo expectedI don’t think I give a lot away if I say that this encounter will change Renaldo’s life He will have to make one of the most important decisions in his lifeI really enjoyed this book My favorite part was the part when Henry and Renaldo were by themselves on the prairieand not only but THAT you have to find out yourselves Watching how they got to know each other how their feelings for each other changed and the mutual attraction grew up how they became close friends and later lovers is one of the most moving part in this historical novelOne of the things I also liked a lot about the story is how Laura Stone solved it No not because it appears REAL to me but because of the author’s note at the beginningso yes I believe that IT COULD BE a possible solution and because Bitter Springs is a nice traditional historical romance that reminds me of an old Western movie that follows a classical story line maybe not very realistic but very enjoyable and entertainingMy one complaining is that it took me awhile to get into the story There was a bit too much of a big family at the beginning for my taste and I started to get impatient reading in many details about the family’s affair Though in retrospect I understand why the author did itAnd once I’d established this invisible connection to the story in my head I was irresistibly drawn into it ARC of Bitter Springs provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review This review has been crossed posted to Gay Book Reviews

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Esterns to tell the story of a man coming into his own and realizing his destiny lies in the wild open spaces with the man who loves him far from expectations of socie Thank you to Santa’s Jilted LoverWhat a sweet extremely low key romance It started out slow and I uestioned if this book was going to be for me But once Hank and Renaldo started on their adventure it turned into a low angst slow burn story that I really enjoyed 1820 After 3 weeks I keep thinking about this book so I'm upping my rating from 4 to 5 stars Obviously it had a big impact on me