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Contemporary
The Boys Back Home
By Chrissy Dionne
Aug 30, 2008 - 6:44:19 AM

Cassie Jordan may be newly engaged but that doesn’t stop her from thinking about the two men she left behind. That’s why she’s heading back to her hometown in rural Idaho to confront her memories and feelings once and for all.


Nice guy Kyle Watson and dark and brooding Alan Caine have known Cassie since she was just a little girl. They’d been inseparable and as they grew up their feelings inevitably changed to a deep-seated desire which none of them addressed.

Eventually Kyle and Alan’s feelings result in a sexual frustration that needs to be assuaged so they turn to each other. Unfortunately Cassie witnesses their encounter and jumps to the conclusion that they’ve chosen each other over her. It’s been three years since she last saw either of the men and she learns they now live and run a ranch together. Kyle and Alan aren’t stupid, they realize that Cassie would never choose one of them over the other so they’d agreed to share her - that had been before she’d run away. Now that she’s back it’s up to them to convince Cassie that they love her and a relationship between the three of them could work.

Sierra Dafoe has definitely won over many readers with her warmhearted, tender storylines. Cassie, Kyle and Alan’s unique relationship fascinated me because the men waited so long for Cassie to return to them. Their love for her is obvious in everything they do. One of my favorite things about this story is the differences between the men and how that plays into how she responds to each of them. THE BOYS BACK HOME is a quick read that certainly doesn’t lack for emotional impact or sexual tension.



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