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Cutting Out review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ ❰Read❯ ➱ Cutting Out Author Meredith Shayne – A twenty year veteran of the shearing shed Aussie Shane Cooper loves his job and the home he’s made for himself in New Zealand If he’s a little lonely he’s got good mates to keep his spirits up A twentyHis nerves As Lachlan struggles to re acclimatise Shane can’t resist giving him a hand to get back on his feet As they move from friends to something Shane finds himself wanting to know everything he can about Lachie But Lachie’s got secrets he desperately wants to keep and when things come to a head those secrets might just mean the end of them before they’ve truly begun. 4 star review by LilyWhat a beautiful story of love loss grief and healingAustralian Shane Cooper who is in his early forties has been working as a shearer in New Zealand for some years He made NZ his home for the reasons the readers will find out later He is a successful shearer and is well known in his field During a competition Shane sees younger Larrikin Lachie and feels emotions that he did not feel for some time and the feeling is mutual Sadly before these two men actually meet tragedy strikes with a huge earthuake in Christchurch where Lachie’s family live and sometime later Lachie and Shane meet again and this time they work together as shearersThere are many things I loved in this story; the descriptions of the areas to the point I now want to see NZ I also learned a little about the life of a shearer and felt I was among them when they were workingI think I even felt the twinge in my back from the repetitive position to hold sheep to shear The way the writer described the earthuake so elouently I found myself in tears The trauma of Lachie’s family felt like my own trauma and my heart went out to them The grief process and symptoms of depression were described and explained in a very empathic and insightful mannerInsecurities of older Shane left me feeling very protective of him I felt his joy hopes and his sadness as well as his passion He was a very lovable man that anyone would be proud to call “my man”Both characters were well established complementing the plot and Kiwi cultureWhilst sex was sensuous it did not play a huge part in the story and did not defocus me as a reader from the actual storyLachie’s emotional struggle felt very realistic The story was so engaging to the point I found myself in Lachie’s family home among the mess with two young teens trying to survive a very difficult time as well as Lachie’s own grief and uitting his Larrikin ways as he had to assume the head of the family role His mother’s trauma was described appropriately for the event and made me very emotionalThe dialogue between the characters were appropriate to their sex age and experience and I enjoyed noticing those fine ualitiesWhat made this story extra special that any adult can understands how the Christchurch earthuake was and its impact on the individual family and the community Those pages were written so articulately as well as with empathyThe only thing I noticed in the story is at times it was focused on the events than the emotions I respected that because the earthuake in Christchurch happened recently and is still fresh in our minds The delicate balance between the fiction and the reality part in this story must have been very hard for the writer I personally applaud the writer for the way the writer picked this topicWhilst there were minor misconnections in the story because it is a complex plot I think the writer did a fabulous job of showing me the lives of shearers the trauma a community experienced two men falling in love with each other in very difficult circumstances grief loss emotional struggle of teens and a grieving motherwifeThis story will be a reread for me in the near future because I was captivated with the plot and charactersI really enjoy this one I was on holiday in New Zealand for two weeks and really love this beautiful and peaceful country So the setting of the story in NZ with the wonderful descriptions is such a pleasure to read I especially enjoy the camaraderie among the sheep shearers and the writer has certainly done her research including the slangs I like both the MCs and their slow burning romance Sex only starts about 60% into the story which is just fine by me Some maybe frustrated with the endingA copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review Please visit wwwlovebytesreviewscom to see this and many reviews author interviews guestposts and giveaways

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A twenty year veteran of the shearing shed Aussie Shane Cooper loves his job and the home he’s made for himself in New Zealand If he’s a little lonely he’s got good mates to keep his spirits up When a hot cocky young shearer named Lachlan Moore catches his eye at a competition he’s content to look but not touch knowing the young man is out of his league Lachie wouldn’t. I've never read Meredith Shayne before and let me tell you this will not be the last time that I doAh Cutting Out such an interesting tale placed in New Zealand The characters Lachlan and Shane are so interesting and fun to watch heating up to each other You ask what's it about Well Sheep shearing for one A horrible earthuake overcoming family matters that make Lachlan feel totally overwhelmed The attraction from afar of Shane and Lachlan Will they Won't they Oh but I won't tell you that would spoil a totally great bookThis book was a real slow starter not bad in anyway There were just so many things happening Easy to keep it all straight though Then it got to the warm part and went on to become overwhelmingly sad happy and wonderfulGive it a go folks I guarantee you'll like it

review Å eBook or Kindle ePUB × Meredith Shayne

Cutting OutMind a piece of Shane but the gorgeous gun shearer from Australia is soon forgotten when the Christchurch earthuake hits and tragedy strikes Lachie’s family Lachie deals with it the best he can cutting himself off from all he knows A year later and he’s back in the shearing shed out of practice and lacking confidence That Shane’s there to watch him flounder doesn’t help. Loved the short version in the free Blokes in Love anthology but the full version is even betterWe now have the story of how Lachie and Shane met and the events that led up to the segment that appeared in the anthology Parts of the last section have also been extended or tweaked to tie in with the new material so it makes it a much complete story Now we get a much better idea of the problems Lachie has been dealing with at home This makes the conflict that stops them getting together much understandableMore good mad on man action and a lovely look at New Zealand and shearing