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Book: BIGHORN (A Wilderness Trail Novel) by Erin O'Quinn & Nya Rawlyns

Book: BIGHORN (A Wilderness Trail Novel) by Erin O'Quinn & Nya Rawlyns

categories: Book, Wilderness Adventure, Contemporary Nevada, Pro-Wildlife Conservation, Native American Hero, BDSM Themes, Indian Spirituality, Wheeler Peak Range, Osceola, Gay Romance


Erin O'Quinn

about this book: A two-author endeavor, written from two unique points of view!

There are Truck and Dom. And then there are Nya and Erin. Sometimes the characters and the individual authors became more than a little interconnected, until the respective voices were a true amalgam of the man and his creator.

These men are alike in some important ways: driven, lonely, emotionally barren. Their similarities are what bring them together, after all. An in-your-face attitude meets a thumb-your-nose-at-authority way of living one's life. The result is that one stops for the other on an endless highway, the road to nowhere.

But that does not mean they "stop" for each other. Each has his own agenda, his way or the highway.

One sees himself as a dominator, a "dom," in the context of jaded BDSM scenarios. He is literally running away from a life of sex-club "rules," of a certain expectation of pain given and pleasure withheld.

The other has fashioned his very spirit into being a medicine man, a teller of the unique voice of the native American. His sexual experiences are those of a gay man ashamed of his brief encounters. He has never really even had a partner, except for a non-physical close interaction with a buddy in Iraq.

How does each voice tell his own tale, his inner journey, all the while making sure the story moves, the POVs do not repeat the action? Both authors are perfectionists, fast writers, fast thinkers, sure of ourselves, everyone else dive into the breakdown lane and let us speed through.

Yet somehow, we also share a sensibility, a common spirit, that leaped the geographical and emotional distance. We began almost to anticipate the other. We began to recognize and respect the voice of the other. 

We hope you will enjoy this book, a gift of love to our readers.

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