Monday, August 6, 2018

Ache (Men of Hidden Creek) by Alison Hendricks


“You're what makes me whole.”
Doctor Wes Monroe is just looking for another one-night stand. When he takes a stranger home from the bar, he never expects to see the man again–and definitely not at the hospital he calls home.
Kyle Harris is ready for a change. New town. New job. New person to mend his broken heart. After a lifetime of thinking he was straight, he never expected that person to be a man, let alone a very difficult man he has to work alongside every day.
Sparks and tempers fly as Wes and Kyle try to co-exist in the same workplace without giving in to the heat between them. But when the hospital threatens to close its doors, can they trust each other enough to fight for the town–and each other?
Welcome to Hidden Creek, Texas, where the heart knows what it wants, and where true love lives happily ever after. Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains an arrogant doctor in need of emotional healing, a stubborn nurse with the perfect cure, and an on-call room that sees more action than the rest of the hospital combined.

My Rating -  5 Stars!

Ache is a new contribution to the Men Of Hidden Creek series, which is penned by different authors. This is a fun one by Alison Hendricks.

When Kyle moves to Hidden Creek, he almost has a one night stand with a guy who ends up being a doctor at his work. Kyle, who's never been attracted to a guy before meeting Wes, can't resist the handsome and confident man. He isn't quite ready for what the doctor wants though, as he needs some time to come to terms with this new side of his sexuality.

I adore Kyle. He was engaged to a woman, but caught her cheating on him. He is just so darn likeable and you can't help rooting for him.

Adrian's past has been tough and he's closed his heart of from love. Kyle might be the one man who can teach him to take a chance again.

There are a couple of quotes that just stand out to me -  

"Change was the order of the day, and with change came risk."

"Your life and your experiences are yours, Kyle. Live them the way you want."

This tale
contains angst and suspense, as the hospital is having money problems. I actually appreciate this storyline, as this is an all too common problem.

Alison Hendricks has a hit with Ache,  this new contribution to the Men of Hidden Creek. She manages to perfectly capture what makes Hidden Creek so wonderful - small town charm, handsome and intriguing men, and the overwhelming acceptance of the LGBT community.  

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