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Temperatures rise when there are two cooks in Jude's kitchen....

Jude's drowning when he can't save his family business single-handed. The last person he expects to throw a lifeline is Rob, a rival chef who once beat him to first place in a cooking contest.

Two chefs working together won't be easy. Not when Rob is everything Jude isn't - popular, extroverted, and a one-time hookup. What's worse is that Rob wears his heart on his sleeve while Jude's still in the closet.

Jude's dilemma doesn't end there. Rob's rescue package comes with conditions that mean sharing everything from the profits to Jude's sleeping quarters. Sleeping with the enemy will either be a disaster or signal a much brighter future, but only if Jude can meet Rob's final condition and love him in the open.

Featuring opposites who attract, rivals to lovers, and an out-for-you storyline dripping with hurt-comfort feelings, His Horizon is the first in a shared-world series of stand-alone MM romance novels from Con Riley.

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Con Riley (P)2021 Tantor

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5 stars!

Love this very romantic story between two stubborn men, and the narrator did a fantastic job as always.

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A Rollercoaster of Emotion

His Horizon is a book that gave me all the feels! Jude has been out at sea looking for his parents who were lost at sea during a horrific typhoon. He had to leave the cooking contest he was sure to win and he had to leave Rob just as things were starting for them.

While he was gone, the pub that his family owns suffered some damage along with their village and his sister Louise went to the one person she thought could help with money issues... Rob.

When Jude gets back to find Rob in his bed and slotted perfectly into a life he should have been there to live but couldn’t be, a barrage of things start to happen and Rob happens to be at the center of most of those. Rob was heart broken when Jude left without saying goodbye and had his own reasons for coming to help pick up the pieces and save the pub.

This book is full of hurt/comfort themes and watching Jude slowly let Rob into a place that he has never let anyone and start to lean on him was amazing.

Con Riley takes you on a journey of hope and loss, heartbreak and happiness, rediscovering the truth of things that you didn’t realize for so long, and most of all, love. The secondary cast of characters add so much to the story and you’re rooting for every last one of them. I cried many times while reading this book, but that’s because Con’s characters are so real and you can easily connect with them because they aren’t perfect, they make mistakes and they try hard to redeem themselves. They’re so well built that you fall in love with the whole story and not just one or two specific characters.

I highly recommend this story and I can’t wait for more to come in this shared universe! 5 huge stars from me!

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Great Local Culture Story

I loved all the food descriptions, and the tremendous local culture Con Riley writes so well. Well written characters, with interesting dynamics. The twist with the dad's military buddy is a good one, I'd just have preferred a little bit different ending.

Beautifully narrated by Cornell Collins.

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  • C M Silver
  • 01-14-21

Dull

Lasted an hour where nothing much happens, the story wilting like the lettuce. This narrator usually spices up a tale, but even his efforts are not saving this tale. Buoy needed. DISAPPOINTING

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  • Mary
  • 07-31-21

Despite the narrator, I was so bored

Even though the author threw as many angsty roadblocks as they could muster- the parents lost at sea, Jude's alternative life cooking on a luxury yacht, and a prospective love interest, the relationship between the two protagonists jude and Rob was inevitable from the moment they met again. I found that l had to suspend disbelief after the revelation that with Jude being away for a year and making countless calls home, Louise didn't tell Jude about the storm that destroyed the beach and tourist industry in the village. I also can't believe that jude never once searched social media when he was away. Any serious search for his parents would involve a powerful tool like social media. In the end I got so bored with the plodding pace of this story I abandoned ship. Shame.

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  • HMM
  • 07-22-21

Enjoyable

The number of coincidences started to annoy me and once you realise every little set back will be solved with happiness, the story gets too predictable.

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  • Ronald Betts
  • 05-02-21

A Cornish love story

A mystery of a missing boat and men with a growing love and all in a cornish fishing village ❤