Tragedy brought him back home. Can love convince him to stay for good? Jaron McAllister thought nothing would ever change in the small town where he grew up. The same bullies would harass him for being gay, and no one would really care. Still, Pickleville is a better environment for his six-year-old son than the rundown neighborhood in the city. Despite his low expectations, he finds that Pickleville isn’t the same old tired farming town and some people missed him after all.
If opposites attract, a nerd who loves partying and a quiet cowboy with a temper is as opposite as they come.
Greg Mitchell endured a childhood filled with abuse and addiction. He put all that behind him six years ago and has built a life that might not be perfect, but it’s simple. Between finishing his college courses and his work on the farm, he doesn’t have time for much. Not even Brian Stockwell, the cute accountant who he’s been in love with for as long as he could remember. When he lets his secret out in one drunken confession, his simple life becomes a complicated mess.
One night together is all Andrew’s willing to give, but one night just isn’t enough.
Andrew Martinez is tired of the stress and drama of being a big city cop, so he goes to Pickleville. As the new sheriff, he’s not expecting anything past breaking up a bar fight or two on a Saturday night. What he finds is a big city crime he must solve before anyone else gets hurts and an attraction to the resident rule-bender. He doesn’t want or need either one.
Kyler Huffington might have a fake id but that doesn’t make him that much of a criminal. He’s an upstanding citizen of Pickleville. The hot sheriff could ask anyone. Instead, the guy makes assumptions that aren’t true and starts sleeping in Kyler’s driveway. It turns out the sheriff is the most confusing, beautiful man on the face of the planet.