Warrior, Ride Hard

Warrior Ride Hard This edition is no longer available for purchase Former Roman soldier Gristle tough and hard to swallow has rarely allowed anyone in his life to become close to him One outstanding exception is Tristu

  • Title: Warrior, Ride Hard
  • Author: Erin O'Quinn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 103
  • Format: ebook
  • Warrior, Ride Hard

    This edition is no longer available for purchase Former Roman soldier Gristle tough and hard to swallow has rarely allowed anyone in his life to become close to him One outstanding exception is Tristus, a man he saved ten years before from the urges of lonely soldiers near the Wall of Hadrian Tristus became his own lover for eleven months, and then he disappeared TeThis edition is no longer available for purchase Former Roman soldier Gristle tough and hard to swallow has rarely allowed anyone in his life to become close to him One outstanding exception is Tristus, a man he saved ten years before from the urges of lonely soldiers near the Wall of Hadrian Tristus became his own lover for eleven months, and then he disappeared Ten years later, the young pony trainer Wynn is smitten by Gristle s looks and manner and follows him to his new home in ire Ireland where he becomes his lover.The stories of the three men interweave until at last they all three meet briefly in sacred Tara, home of the High King Wynn is abducted by druids with sinister and lustful designs, and Tristus wants to follow the ministry of Father Patrick Thus no sooner has Gristle found an old lover and a new one than they are all pulled apart by the one whom Gristle calls the bitch goddess Fortuna.

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    1. Alex Akira

      Contrary to blurb’s description of its leading character, Gristle, this is a savory, silky, succulent feast of a story. How good is it? Upon its completion I immediately accessed the web on my Kindle, and purchased the sequel; I never browse the web on my Kindle, never… Yeah, it’s that good. If you like epic historical romances, like those of the late and dearly beloved David Gemmell, you will probably delight in this male/male romantic historical adventure based in ancient Ireland. For me [...]

    2. Becky Condit

      This is a character-driven novel, and there are a lot of characters to keep up with. I found it at times difficult to follow and had to go back to re-read portions of it to keep up, but it was worth it to follow this exciting novel. I’m looking forward to the next books in the series to continue these stories. If you are a fan of historical novels, this is the book for you.Please see my complete review and an explicit excerpt on September 5, 2012 at mrsconditreadsbooks/index.

    3. Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews

      3 1/2 HeartsFirst published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressGristle is a sworn armsman, unlucky in love and rarely seeming happy. He is sworn to protect the hellion, Caylith, and it is a journey that will take him to Ireland and discovering new and old love. Wynn is the pony trainer. He wishes for Gristle to train him, but he is also strangely attracted to Gristle as well. But, love doesn’t run smoothly when Gristle’s old love turns up and Wynn finds himself in more trouble [...]

    4. Bo

      Extraodinary Characters, Tales, Romances I wish I had the proper words to relate how these two books grabbed me in the gut and hurled me into a Dark Ages period that had simply passed me by. But I can't explain it better than to let you know that this tale of Gristle and Tristus and Wynn (in Warrior Ride Hard) and then Gristle and Wynn (in Warrior Stand Tall) opened my eyes to the settlement of Ireland and surrounding lands during the fifth century when the eventual St. Patrick was haunting the [...]

    5. Camille

      I think its should be more like 3.5 but, nonetheless, this was a very riveting read. You totally root for all characters although I must say that I feel the same way as Gristle when it comes to Caylith, she's a big pain in the arse. In my opinion, the book could've done without her. I found the transitioning between time points rough but doable but I so so love that we get to hear from different char's POV. Lastly, i feel somewhat abashed to comment that the sex scenes were way too uhmm ah, scri [...]

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