Ralston's Way

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Ralston's Way

Ralston s Way When the computer guru meets the rancher who likes things his way who will have their way Blayne Dalton knows from their first introduction he will need all his calm reasonable skills to deal with Mo

  • Title: Ralston's Way
  • Author: Talia Carmichael
  • ISBN: 9780857156297
  • Page: 368
  • Format: ebook
  • When the computer guru meets the rancher who likes things his way, who will have their way Blayne Dalton knows from their first introduction he will need all his calm reasonable skills to deal with Morgan Ralston The rancher is aggravating and determined to avoid him The calm he is known for goes out of the window He can t decide if he d rather deck him or kiss him sensWhen the computer guru meets the rancher who likes things his way, who will have their way Blayne Dalton knows from their first introduction he will need all his calm reasonable skills to deal with Morgan Ralston The rancher is aggravating and determined to avoid him The calm he is known for goes out of the window He can t decide if he d rather deck him or kiss him senseless How do you rope a cowboy You teach him that not everything has to be his way.Morgan Ralston likes things his way On his ranch, he is the one who makes the decisions Well at least he is supposed to be When his brother decides to hire a new office manager and cook he knows it will lead to nothing but disruptions What he gets is not what he expected The man who becomes his office manager is not a problem to the ranch The trouble is of a personal nature to his libido Avoiding him doesn t work It s time to approach this as he does everything else After all when it comes down to it there isn t any other way but Ralston s Way.Reader Advisory This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.

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    1. Candice on said:

      3.5 starsThis was an enjoyable read, with some cute and funny moments in it and all of the characters are interesting and it is fun getting to know them all and I can see how it is setting up for more in this series, however, something was missing. I liked Morgan and Blayne, I just didn't feel their connection with each other and the story seemed to jump too much, without a smooth flow to it. With that said, it was still an enjoyable read and I will read the next in the series to see where this [...]

    2. Jacq on said:

      Very nice read. A little heavy on the fluff The MC 's had good chemistry. HEA!

    3. Patty on said:

      Not a first for me but a little better than the last M/M I've read. Not much of a story line but ok none the less. I will read the rest of the series.

    4. Lena Grey on said:

      What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? Sparks fly, of course. That's certainly the case for Morgan Ralston and Blayne Dalton in Talia Carmichael's new book 'Ralston's Way.' In reality, no force is completely irresistible and no object is completely immovable, so something or someone has got to give. These two lock horns from the start not because they are different, but because they're too much alike. Until they learn to compromise and work together, chaos reigns on t [...]

    5. Pam on said:

      A fun and entertaining read that's a good beginning to this new series. All of the characters are interesting and I don't mean just Blayne and Morgan. There's Morgan's brother Gibson and the men who arrive at the ranch with Blayne, who have the nice out-of-left-field twist of them all being related to himhis Dad and two brothers. Man, I didn't see that one coming. All these guys interact like you'd thinkke familyd they annoy, irritate, prod and love each other. I really enjoyed seeing the brothe [...]

    6. Norah on said:

      Two men ,two stubborn personalities so when they come together something was bound to explode,,,,,Morgan owns a ranch and his brother decides its time to go with the times and hires a office manager ,in comes Blayne in a suit and tie just enough to ruffle the very tightly bound up feathers of one ornery MorganI really enjoyed this little visit to a cowboy ranch loaded with great characters whose rich quirky one liners keep you smiling throughout. A great way to spend a nice relaxing Arvoter I re [...]

    7. Edina Rose on said:

      This is a cute, funny story. The plot is kind of unbelievable, and many times one may feel like from one "action" to the next, there was no "transition". Also, I don't know how this book was edited, but lots of paragraphs were stuck together and sometimes one could only distinguish them by the change of topic or characters etc. Not pleasant. In spite of that it was a very enjoyable read mainly thanks to the diverse & well brushed main and secondary characters. They are a bunch of men, brothe [...]

    8. Jess on said:

      4.5 StarsThis story is super cute and just what I was in the mood for. The entire cast of characters are both different and funny. I loved the two main characters because they were so different from each other.This is one of the more romantic m/m stories that I have read in AGES. There is real love and an evolving relationship. I was really impressed with the story, I like how there was no HUGE angst. There was a tinsy bit at end but nothing major.HC - this might be a cowboy book that you would [...]

    9. Dee on said:

      3.35 stars. I won't round up because the rest of the series is better.This is well written; though I'm not partial to skipping weeks at a time it does lend credence to a real life attraction without the increasingly common "hello, let's fuck"-"Okay then" style that is often demonstrated. It's all nice easy romance, pretty much conflict free, though how comes they consider Gibson as family yet have never met Morgan? Also never explain quite why they consider him family - did they share a room? Wh [...]

    10. Lauraadriana on said:

      2.75 StarsThis was an quick and easy romanceI love my cowboys so I liked this ones fine, and I am curious about the next one in the series.Like in her other series, this author came up with a place that I want to live in badlyDamn! Nothing but hot gay cowboys. One that can cook, one that can fix my laptop and other big strong ones to look at. HEAVEN!Cute, easy and hot. There are days where that suits just fine.

    11. ~SexyBookWorm~ on said:

      As much as I enjoyed this book it was strangely written. Quite a few times I felt like I was being thrown around the okit a bit. This writing style does not continue in her other books so that's a plus. other than the writing style the love between Blayne and Morgan went from non existent to going strong practically overnight. I would have appreciated a little more angst and build up but they book is still a good read by a great author

    12. Adara on said:

      This was a nice no-angst story. My only real problem with it was the first sex scene, which was really rough with no lube. It just made me go 'ow' at everything instead of being as hot as it was intended to be. Though I have this thing for possessive "in the right way" guys, so I still liked it. There was quite a bit of set-up for future books in the series, also.

    13. J on said:

      Enjoyed this. Morgan was funny and engaging a good-hearted man, strong inside and out and does not let the world determine his worth and once his heart and mind are made up, he goes for who he loves and what he wants, exhibiting gruff thoughtfulness and great sense of humor along the way. He definitely sold me to the "Ralston's Way".

    14. Meggie on said:

      I have mixed feelings about this story. Of course it was enjoyable but somehow I couldn't connect with all those characters. Even between main two characters, Morgan and Blayne, all emotions are missing. Everything was like a manual, stage set, characters set, but the plot and how it was written, there was something missing.

    15. Heather on said:

      3.5. While I liked the story and the characters, it was a choppy read. Follows boy meets boy, has fantastic sex, then boys live HEA. Morgan is gruff, my way or the highway. While, Blayne is fun and techo savvy. They counter each other great. I have to say I liked the whole Catus name calling. :p but, I'm still perplexed about the braid.

    16. Kristy Maitz on said:

      Book was to short for my taste and plot could been more complex but even so I really enjoy first book. Lot of interesting guys are put into the story. Will be funny to see how Talia will work next couples.

    17. itmfiddler on said:

      Really liked this book. Sweet and comforting to read, with likable, fun, three dimensional characters, quite looking forward to the next book in the series. I've enjoyed all the books I've read by Ms Carmichael so far.

    18. Janean on said:

      Looking forward to more of this series I wonder who will be pairing up hmmm Ralston's Way gives a good start and introduction to not only its MC's but also quite a few supporting characters i am really hoping get their own stories.

    19. jules0623 on said:

      2.5 stars. Could have been a fantastic story but the plot needed to be much more fleshed out, as did the characters. Like it is, it's pretty forgettable.

    20. Vanessa Umrao on said:

      Felt like it was a little rush in the begining but over all it was a good read

    21. MostlyDelores on said:

      Just nothing there. I felt like I was reading the summary of a book.

    22. V on said:

      Some part of this story were super funny and cute. I'm looking forward to read the rest of the sequels.HC and Thomas, for sure they look interesting,I would love to read more about them.

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