Review: Golden Shears by Pelaam

Golden Shears by Pelaam
Release Date: May 27, 2014
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 29
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



Eric is stunned when the night before his first heats in the ‘Golden Shears’ competition, his ex-boyfriend turns up on the door. Even more so when he finds Justin isn’t alone, and, thanks to a booking error by the motel, will be sharing his motel accommodation.

Eric tries to focus on shearing, and reaching the finals, but he never really got Justin out of his heart. When he thinks things between Justin and his boyfriend Pita aren’t right, he finds it impossible to ignore the younger man.

Can he and Justin find the happy ending they both seek?


Review:  Golden Shears by Pelaam is not part any series that I can find. I chose this book because after reading the blurb I was interested in how this book would turn out in so few pages.

Eric is attending a sheep shearing competition when his ex-boyfriend turns up at his door. Eric allows his ex and his current boyfriend the ability to use his spare room. Eric was sure he was over his ex but seeing him has changed his mind.

Justin is Eric’s ex and after a couple of years apart seems to keep turning up everywhere Eric is. Justin brings what Eric assumes is his boyfriend but Eric has doubts

The chemistry between Justin and Eric is blistering even after all the years apart. It’s apparent that there was still feelings on both sides that they needed to address. The sex scenes was hot and steamy. While I would have loved if this book was longer to see how Justin and Eric turn out in the future.

I found this book is very well written with a very believable plot. The main and secondary characters were fascinating and enthralling. At twenty-nine pages long, this story had a well-defined beginning, middle and end. The ending of the story was a bit predictable but it was more the ride to the end that was more important. Overall, this was a great book.