Scott wasn’t looking for more than a quick evening’s enjoyment when he picked up Luke while driving home for the rodeo and livestock auction. Luke makes a big impression on Scott and when a people around them start turning up dead, he hangs by Scott and does what he can to help out. But as the bodies continue to pile up, Scott begins to wonder who he can really trust. Will the emotions he feels for Luke survive as they struggle to find the answers to who’s trying to kill him, and why?
I do a lot of reading of what are called romantic books, some erotic and some not so erotic. To my way of thinking, there are two types of erotic books whether they are gay or straight. In one type, if you take away the sex, there’s no story left. In the other type, take away the sex and you have an interesting and exciting plot. Thus it is with Cowboy’s Clown.
When Scott gives Luke a ride, it could be just another erotic sex book. But the mystery surrounding the death of Scott’s foreman, Rich, creates a whole different type of book. When a number of bodies are found in Scott’s manure heap, he wonders just what his foreman has been up to. After several attempts on Scott and Luke’s lives, they find Rich was a member of a group of people intent on keeping Mexicans out of the country. The surprising twists and turns while seeking the killers will keep you on the edge of your seat.