The Barbary Coast

Bear and Pride are leaving their home in the mountains, at least for a little while Pride dreams of visiting the Pacific Ocean, so they re off to the Barbary Coast, ready to see San Francisco While taking on provisions in Denver, they meet a man named Beckett who asks them to go on something of a quest while they re on their trip He wants their help to find a missing yoBear and Pride are leaving their home in the mountains, at least for a little while Pride dreams of visiting the Pacific Ocean, so they re off to the Barbary Coast, ready to see San Francisco While taking on provisions in Denver, they meet a man named Beckett who asks them to go on something of a quest while they re on their trip He wants their help to find a missing young man named Jackson Dower The two men decide to look for Jackson, but they have no idea what they ve taken on by agreeing to do the job There s a lot to Jackson than meets the eye, and Bear and Pride are in for than a few surprises Their search will take them across the prairie and the desert, to the most infamous city in the country Danger lurks around every corner for Pride and Bear The past catches up to them, Jackson poses problems than they really wanted to take on, and Pride ends up wondering if he ll ever be able to see that ocean he s dreamed of for so long Their journey will test their mettle, and their love Can Bear and Pride survive their adventure Find out in Kiernan Kelly s sequel to In Bear Country
The Barbary Coast Bear and Pride are leaving their home in the mountains at least for a little while Pride dreams of visiting the Pacific Ocean so they re off to the Barbary Coast ready to see San Francisco While ta

  • Title: The Barbary Coast
  • Author: Kiernan Kelly
  • ISBN: 9781603704021
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Barbary Coast”

    1. In Bear Country Kiernan Kelly told us the story of Pride and Bear, two men of the mid of eighteen century who find love when they don't expect it. Above all since Bear was almost an hermit and he didn't think possible to love a man. Instead Pride is all alone and without family since he likes man, and in the common society this is a huge sin, something he can't reveal.Alone in a cabin, Bear and Pride built a world of their own. The story was very good, but it was limited to that world, cozy and [...]

    2. I really enjoyed “In Bear Country” and had been looking forward to reading this sequel, and I’m pleased to say that I wasn’t disappointed. It takes the story and character from the first book and throws them into a wider scenario, making more of the adventure of the wild west than the first book did.These are men, make no mistake about it–true, they are very affectionate around each other when they think no-one’s watching or listening (it does my big soppy heart good to hear Bear, a [...]

    3. So I read the first one, and couldn't help myself, so I read this one too.Bear and Pride in a new adventure with the help of new found money.I like it, maybe a little more than the first one, because they step out of their bubble and make it work.(view spoiler)[ The only thing I wasn't expecting and that surprise me was the menage with Jackson, it didn't bother me at all, it was sweet. (hide spoiler)]

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