One thing that annoyed Deputy Sheriff Mitchell Bartlett was outsiders coming into his small corner of Wyoming upsetting his routine. He didn’t count on a party loving rock star to complicate his life.
Drago Denison, borrowing a luxury cabin from a fellow celebrity, dragged his partygoers into the wilds of Southwestern Wyoming for a debauched weekend. When Mitchell shows up at his door due to a complaint about the noise, Drago is stunned by the enticing vision of rugged, handsome male standing before him.
The men are attracted to each other, and agree to one weekend of passion before returning to their own lives. How can two men from different lifestyles find common ground and accept how they feel? Or will the deputy and the rock star deny true love?
Review: The Deputy and the Rock Star by Karley Germain is not part of a series by the author but it is in a series called Romance on the Go by the publisher, Evernight. This series Romance on the Go is a series of short stories that are good to read where every you go. I chose this book because I have not read this author before.
Mitchell Bartlett is a Deputy Sheriff is a small Wyoming town. He is called out to a loud noise complaint and meets Rock Star Drago Denison. The chemistry between both Mitchell and Drago at first sight is blistering. They are a good match. Mitchell makes Drago want to be a better person and settle down, while Drago makes Mitchell more comfortable in his own skin. The sex scenes were off the charts.
This book was well written and it was hard to tell this book was only 41 pages long. It had well defined beginning, middle and end. The characters were interesting but not realistic at time. (Sorry I don’t believe that a gay man can live in a town and be sheriff and no one has a clue. People talk in small towns.) Overall this was a hot and sexy short story.