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Calvin Hamilton reluctantly returns to his home town of Parrish Creek, Texas, to sell his parents' house. Finding the place in need of repair he hires John "Brock" Brockwell to renovate the house before putting it on the market. Brock bares a passing resemblance to Gary Cooper, especially as he often wears western clothing. Calvin has always had a weakness for cowboys.

Time has reversed the two men's fortunes. In high school Brock was the big man on campus, his popularity allowing him to hide his true nature. Calvin was a nerd, bullied by most of the jocks for being perceived as gay. Now Calvin is a successful New York advertising executive, and Brock is a divorced father with a teenage son who faces financial ruin, unable to pay his late father's hospital bills.

Can Calvin put past bitterness behind him and help the cowboy with whom he is rapidly falling in love? Will the deeply closeted Brock be able to admit he has feelings for Calvin? Or will pride, fear, distance, and the past prevent them from building a future together?

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Calvin's Cowboy
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Like a Warm Embrace
April 9th, 2013
Loved the simplicity. At times Calvin appeared a bit much for me, however - it was refreshing to read a story where there was no underlying motive, no major barriers to two guys just learning to love one another. Further it was uplifting to see a generosity of spirit, one where someone who had more than they could ever have imagined just want to share their prosperity as well as their love. Nice and light. Definitely a positive and warm story.
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