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No Glitter Blown

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Mountain Prey - Lyn Gala 4.5 starsShotgun weddings, moonshine, guns and pickup trucksStunt is a loudmouth trail keeper who has a way of getting and/or talking himself into trouble. Alex is an ex-con looking for vengeance when Stunt stumbles across his path. Some good ole boys' attitude going on as we play all around the mountain. Alex and Shane quickly discover that they have a lot in common. Of course, those ropes Alex keeps using on Shane sure do give his body the wrong idea, and the game begins. Smokin' Hot bondage. Sweet mercy. Even better, Stunt has a nifty little trick that'll bring a smile. That said, it is pretty darn funny and if you have any sort acquaintance with "The Dukes of Hazzard" this book will seem like another episode. Between the boys, the Sheriff, and Elijah there are plenty of characters to keep you entertained. FYI, there's a half-point awarded for use of the shotgun wedding premise, which I both adored and made me chuckle.Recommended to readers who like good ole boys, clueless interlopers, and rope.Favorite quote:Mountain folk had regular acquaintance with Biblical rage.~~ A copy was provided to me for a No Glitter Blown review~~Reviewed for Hearts On Fire Reviews