Monday, September 19, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Pulled from All Sides by B.A. Tortuga

Balta is all fire and fury, Joa is his haven. What happens when Raul becomes their third?
Joa is an anomaly on the bullriding circuit—he’s Brazilian but grew up in Texas, so he’s not sure where he fits in. Champion Brazilian rider Balta knows just where he wants Joa to be, both in his life and in his bed.
Raul is new to the bullriding circuit and needs their help learning the ropes. From the start, Raul knows that Joa belongs with Balta, but he also knows that Balta’s career is on its way down and the world is ripe for another champion from Brazil.
When Balta decides that Raul is just what he and Joa need to even out the balance of power, they have to find common ground—professionally, publicly and, most importantly, personally.
Publisher's Note: This book has been previously released elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.

Pulled from All Sides by B.A. Tortuga was a nice addition to the Roughstock series~ a series of cowboys and rodeos and the men who loved them. Pulled from All Sides was a sexy ménage starring Balta, Joaquim, and newcomer, Raul.

The men were sexy and the portrayal by Ms. Tortuga grabbed my attention, with her wicked knowledge of the rodeo, and the uncanny ability to spin a story with substance. The infusion of American cowboy with Brazilian speak added depth and character to the book.

Although the story revolved around the three sexy Brazilians, many of the men from previous books had star roles, as the story runs parallel with others in the series.

Ms. Tortuga wrote of turmoil and doubt as she waded through the acceptance of cowboys whom were gay, but also of Latin culture. She delivered the message with tact and allowed the men to grow and flourish in their own time and with each other. A must read.
Book provided in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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