Review of An Isolated Range by Andrew Grey

An Isolated Range (Range #5) by Andrew Grey

Marty is a nineteen year old young man who is a basketball player college student and pretty sure he is gay.
Inner turmoil keeps him from admitting it to himself.  His father is an important person in DC.   Is has been taught not to make waves.  While a basketball game he suffers a stroke.  After months in the hospital , he is offered a job on a ranch.  Along with therapy and being away from his hovering parents, things start to look up for Marty.  Upon arrival he finds out that the owners of the ranch are gay as are many of the neighbors. 
He meets Quinn who is a veterinary assistant and is drawn to him on a personal and physical level.
Marty tho is still fighting being gay, inner turmoil, fear of what his parents will think. With help from those around him he realizes that being true to himself is what matters the most.  Slowly he comes to relize that he does care for Quinn as more then a friend.  Quinn helps Marty with coming to terms of who he is.  When he is ripped from his friends by His father who is Public Declaring that the Sanctity of Marriage is in Jeopardy  do to the Gay Community.  Marty must make a choice  one that will effect the rest of his life.  

The inner turmoil that Marty feels really got to me, I was feeling his anguish. I cried for him and Quinn in so many parts of this book.  That is a sign that the Author really knows how to use words to convey what he is trying to get across to the reader.  The rest of the characters were so heartwarming you just feel pulled into their embrace and accepted for you.  The romance and erotic scenes were so well written, tastefully as to make you one with the characters.  This book will stay with me for a long time.
I Highly Recommend.


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