Monday, April 11, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Coke's Clown by B.A. Tortuga

How does Dillon take care of Coke when Coke’s destroying himself?
Bullfighter Coke is having a rough time in the Roughstock universe. When his dear friend Sam Bell is injured at the finals of the bull riding season, he takes that and his injuries pretty hard. His very own clown, Dillon, is determined to take care of Coke, which is tough when Coke is usually the one to care for everyone. Coke has a huge secret from his past, though, and, when Dillon digs to discover what it is, the skeletons in Coke’s closet threaten to destroy both men.
Publisher's Note: This book has been previously released elsewhere. It have been revised, re-edited ansd significantly expanded for re-release with Pride Publishing.
General Release Date: 12th April 2016

I always enjoyed the Roughstock series by BA Tortuga and Coke’s Clown did not disappoint. Book 4 continued the saga of the bull riders and clowns and the lives they led both in and out of the arena.

Coke is the self-proclaimed patriarch of the group- always helping others while doing little for himself. His lover Dillon had lots to say about those incidences. Dillon and Coke made a great couple~ loving and secure in their relationship.

Ms. Tortuga clearly does a nice job of sticking to the rodeo reality in her Roughstock series~ the way the men speak, the rodeo appeal, the authentic-ness~ although, at times in this particular book I had to reread a section more than once, confused as to what exactly the character was saying.

The story gave the reader more insight into the comradery and family atmosphere of the rodeo; bringing in characters from previous books.

Always enjoyable~ Coke’s Clown was worth the read.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

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