Home of His Own
By Christina
Jul 1, 2008 - 3:48:55 PM

Tony Romanos left home when he was fifteen years old because his family threw him out for being gay. When he was old enough Tony he became a professional bull rider. Riding bulls is all Tony has ever wanted to do and he loves the danger and excitement but lately he has come to feel like something is missing in his life.



Tony’s friends Randy and Les have welcomed him into their family with open arms. He knows he is lucky to have found a family who loves him and a home on their ranch in Wyoming. However, Tony envies his friends’ relationship as well. He wishes he had a partner to love and support him the way that Randy and Les do one another. 


At an event in Hawaii Tony meets a man named Mac and they share a passionate night together. After he returns home Tony is surprised to find himself thinking of Mac. It has been a long time since a man has made such an impression on him however, Tony has bigger problems to deal with. His nephew needs his help and Tony knows he can’t turn him away.  


HOME OF HIS OWN is the second novel in T.A. Chases Home series. I loved the first book in this series and I was really looking forward to reading Tony’s story. This story is very hot but it also contains an intriguing story and a powerful romance.  I really enjoyed getting to know Tony better. I especially identified with his family situation. I am always looking for a story to draw me in and this book evoked a strong response in me and I am looking forward to the next book in the series.


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