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Blood Heat The last person cattle drover Tad Albright expects to see in a Cheyenne, Wyoming saloon is Clay Hecker, the lover he shot, and believed killed, twelve years before While welcoming the knowledge that he s no murderer, Tad doesn t welcome the man whose betrayal prompted the shooting As past mixes with present, passion ignites, but sex isn t the cure all it once was Tempers flare, a fistfight ensues as they attempt to resolve a past that seems beyond resolution Love does have a chance, but it s no longer the stuff of youth Can these men accept a healed over wounded kind , words

About the Author: Dale Chase

Dale Chase has been writing gay male erotica for sixteen years with over 150 stories published in magazines and anthologies, including translation into Italian and German Her second novel TAKEDOWN Taming John Wesley Hardin will be published by Lethe Press in November 2013 Her first novel WYATT Doc Holliday s Account of an Intimate Friendship was published in 2012 Two e collections followed in 2013 Crack Shot Western Erotica and A Private Business Victorian Erotica, all from Bold Strokes Books Dale s novellas Lonely as God and The Man I Know have recently been published by Wilde City Press Dale continues to write old western erotica.

10 thoughts on “Blood Heat

  1. says:

    A Hearts On Fire Review TWO A HALF HEARTS Dale Chase s Blood Heat is a historical western erotica set in 1891 featuring gay drovers, Tad and Clay in Cheyenne, Wyoming The story is told from Tad s POV He shot his lover 12 years ago and thought he was dead But his shot didn t killor heal the old wounds between them Yet they can t deny their lust I mean this is erotica.Just about everything is better with cum dumping, butthole mu

  2. says:

    Not a bad cowboy story The blurb sums it up well Sex, whiskey andsex.

  3. says:

    Full reviewage on Prism Book AllianceThere s an unmistakable cadence to the way Dale Chase writes It s clean and crisp, confident It s a rhythm I find myself mirroring that cadence in the way that I read her stories She knows the voices of her characters, no doubt or hesitation in sight Blunt descriptions and actions, no filter to speak of She understands sentence and story structure, which means reading cowpoke is so much fun I g

  4. says:

    This is actually2 1 2This was a very quick novella, about 38 pages set in America s Wild West around 1893 Tad and Clay knew each other 12 years previous until Tad shot Clay and left him for dead Fast forward 12 yrs both now 31 yrs old Clay walks into the Saloon Tad and his men are at for a few days At first Clay ignores Tad which is fine then Clay wants his day of reckoning for being shot.So this novella is basically some horny cowb

  5. says:

    Review can be read at It s About The BookTad and Clay met on a trail ride where men finding relief with other men isn t exactly a secret but it s not talked about openly outside of certain circles either What starts as just getting off turns into first kisses and falling in love Then Tad gets his heart broken and shoots Clay.Years later Tad is sitting at another bar, in another town, when he sees the ghost of his ex lover stroll into

  6. says:

    2.5 star review by Pamela MaeIf you re looking for a romantic read, this isn t for you This is blunt, gritty, and downright dirty.Tad is thrown by seeing Clay, the man he shot and thought dead these last twelve years What throws him evenis that he still has the same feelings he had for Clay Will they get their second chance There is a plot, but it s almost submerged in a sex fest which is generally rough, dirty and fast There are certai

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