Tyler’s Cowboy by Amber Kell
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publication
Length: Short Story (63 Pgs)
Other: M/M, anal sex
Rating: 3.5 cherries
Reviewed by Myrtle
When Tyler runs to his injured brother’s side, he doesn’t know it’s his brother’s partner that will take all his attention.
Tyler has three problems. His brother, Baron, was injured, his job sucks and Baron’s straight partner, Cody, is the hottest piece of ass he’s seen in a long time.
When jealousy lifts its ugly head, Tyler learns that all problems have a solution if you can only corral yourself a hot cowboy.
“A well-run kitchen was sort of like the military.”
Tyler Remington always wanted to be a chef but putting up with a hateful head chef was proving more than he could take. When he receives a call that his older brother was in an accident Tyler quit his job as a sous chef to be at his side. Cody Stark knew his business partner had a little brother but what he didn’t know was the drastic change his life would take when said brother walked into the hospital room.
This was my first book by Amber Kell and for a short story; it was very entertaining. Even though the outcome of the story was somewhat predictable, there were still a number of fresh twists to keep a reader interested to the end. It was enjoyable watching the plot play out and getting to know the main characters, like Tyler with his feminine looks and "I am not ashamed I am gay" attitude, which you could not help but love. There were many scenes of Tyler working his magic cooking skills on the ranch hands that left me laughing and thinking about the old saying that “the way to a mans heart is through his stomach.”
Cody on the other hand stumped me a little bit with his gung-ho change from straight to gay, but I soon realized he was alpha male all the way and did not shy away from his feelings. I think what impressed me the most with this story is that Ms. Kell stayed true to the characters' personalities through out the entire story. Cody’s persona also made for some sweet romance and spicy sex scenes and a few he-man my mate action. What more could you ask for in a romance book?