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Isaac Redfeather loves his son more than anyone in the world. But seeing his brothers and cousins happily married, he wonders if he’ll ever meet someone that’ll be willing to accept not only him, but his son, Mack. They’re a package deal, and not everyone is looking for a ready-made family. Sheriff Jacob McCoy has watched Isaac from afar for almost a year now. When Isaac Isaac Redfeather loves his son more than anyone in the world. But seeing his brothers and cousins happily married, he wonders if he’ll ever meet someone that’ll be willing to accept not only him, but his son, Mack. They’re a package deal, and not everyone is looking for a ready-made family. Sheriff Jacob McCoy has watched Isaac from afar for almost a year now. When Isaac called needing help to get his son from the little tyke’s maternal grandparents, he was more than willing to help. And if he’s found himself noticing Isaac around town more, he completely blames it on his Momma and the thought she put in his head. After what Isaac’s ex did, can he ever trust someone again? It’s not just him anymore. Now that he has his son to think about, can he risk letting someone close to Mack? What if they leave? Not only is Isaac’s heart on the line, his son’s is as well. When Jacob is called out to Wild Creek to investigate a possible dead body, he’s met by the youngest Redfeather, the man he can’t seem to get out of his mind or dreams. Forced to spend time together, Jacob does his best to charm Isaac and Mack. Will they accept his heart? Will he finally get the home he so desperately desires? After everything settles with the investigation, will Isaac finally give in and see that Jacob wants not only him, but his son? My Heart, My Home is the fifth book in the Men of Crooked Bend series. While each book focus’ on a different couple and may be read as a standalone, you will receive maximum enjoyment reading them in order. Each book contains sexually explicit material between two men and is intended for adults over 18. My Heart, My Home is 76,500 words in length.


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Isaac Redfeather loves his son more than anyone in the world. But seeing his brothers and cousins happily married, he wonders if he’ll ever meet someone that’ll be willing to accept not only him, but his son, Mack. They’re a package deal, and not everyone is looking for a ready-made family. Sheriff Jacob McCoy has watched Isaac from afar for almost a year now. When Isaac Isaac Redfeather loves his son more than anyone in the world. But seeing his brothers and cousins happily married, he wonders if he’ll ever meet someone that’ll be willing to accept not only him, but his son, Mack. They’re a package deal, and not everyone is looking for a ready-made family. Sheriff Jacob McCoy has watched Isaac from afar for almost a year now. When Isaac called needing help to get his son from the little tyke’s maternal grandparents, he was more than willing to help. And if he’s found himself noticing Isaac around town more, he completely blames it on his Momma and the thought she put in his head. After what Isaac’s ex did, can he ever trust someone again? It’s not just him anymore. Now that he has his son to think about, can he risk letting someone close to Mack? What if they leave? Not only is Isaac’s heart on the line, his son’s is as well. When Jacob is called out to Wild Creek to investigate a possible dead body, he’s met by the youngest Redfeather, the man he can’t seem to get out of his mind or dreams. Forced to spend time together, Jacob does his best to charm Isaac and Mack. Will they accept his heart? Will he finally get the home he so desperately desires? After everything settles with the investigation, will Isaac finally give in and see that Jacob wants not only him, but his son? My Heart, My Home is the fifth book in the Men of Crooked Bend series. While each book focus’ on a different couple and may be read as a standalone, you will receive maximum enjoyment reading them in order. Each book contains sexually explicit material between two men and is intended for adults over 18. My Heart, My Home is 76,500 words in length.

30 review for My Heart, My Home

  1. 5 out of 5

    Denise H.

    * This is a lovely series about guys who finally find their one. Each story can stand alone, but all of the book's characters are in family gatherings, and I like to know all of the character's struggles, and progress. Here we have Sheriff Jacob McCoy, 36, who helped Isaac Redfeather, 25, the year before when he was being extorted by his baby's grandparents. Now Isaac has Mack, about a year old, and is finding it difficult to be a single Dad. Mack is a sweet boy, but his screaming tirades are to * This is a lovely series about guys who finally find their one. Each story can stand alone, but all of the book's characters are in family gatherings, and I like to know all of the character's struggles, and progress. Here we have Sheriff Jacob McCoy, 36, who helped Isaac Redfeather, 25, the year before when he was being extorted by his baby's grandparents. Now Isaac has Mack, about a year old, and is finding it difficult to be a single Dad. Mack is a sweet boy, but his screaming tirades are tough to handle. We see these men avoid each other, each thinking the other is straight, and Jacob finally gets Isaac to accept some help. * Isaac is the youngest son, and feels that he's under constant scrutiny from his brothers. We have a side story of Rhett's fear of Jacob and why he has his service dog, plus the rogue bear that is killing people and livestock, and terrorizing the community. Once are men agree to try a relationship, things move along. It's Jacob's dream to have a family of his own, and Isaac is hopeful, yet worried that Jacob may not want the long haul with Isaac's baggage. Their sexy times are hot, passionate, fulfilling, and first times for each men. We see the bonding, the dedication and also the families that care. Isaac is no wilting flower, because when the events call for strength, he has it. Issac's the best tracker in the family, and he leads the search for the ravaging bear. This has lots of lessons along the way, dealing with family, friends, and each other, plus the toddler who is a big part of our men. (writing has some stilted talk and repetition) The outcome is wonderful, and the epilogue is heartwarming. ENJOY ! ======

  2. 4 out of 5

    Denise GremoryKohta

    A must read. Ever since I read the first one I have been a big fan of Taylor Rylan. This series is a perfect example of what I love most. You get a wide variety of characters whose lives are interwoven in a community you'd love to live in, even with those Wyoming winters. I have loved every single story a d can't wait for the next. The best way to get the most out of them and not be confused or get spoilers is to read them in order. The only down side is the wait but they are more than worth it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Romance

    DNF at 73%. Too much sugar and not enough conflict for me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    SMC

    I've read all 5 books in this series so far. If you go see my reviews and highlights, you can pretty much get a sense of how I feel about them. Now, I wanted to give this one a shot because I was told the author had a pretty good size Beta team and whatnot. Obviously, I was expecting improvement. I did not get that. This author is still repeating a lot of things over and over again. Still throwing in little bits and pieces of info that I suppose she thinks are relevant to the story, but they're I've read all 5 books in this series so far. If you go see my reviews and highlights, you can pretty much get a sense of how I feel about them. Now, I wanted to give this one a shot because I was told the author had a pretty good size Beta team and whatnot. Obviously, I was expecting improvement. I did not get that. This author is still repeating a lot of things over and over again. Still throwing in little bits and pieces of info that I suppose she thinks are relevant to the story, but they're not. I think I could probably have taken out a whole chapter and it wouldn't have made a difference one way or the other. As far as the story goes, I don't know. I can't honestly relate and yeah, I get that it’s gay men, but if I were to look at this objectively, it's still a single parent (I was one myself for a while). I can't imagine a one year old not sleeping through the night. I can't imagine a baby being so incredibly fussy. Maybe I got lucky with my kids, because all 3 slept through the night at 3 months. So an author has to stretch things a bit to make them work, but this was a little unnecessary. The baby didn’t have to be difficult in order to show how hard a time the one MC was having because ANY parent knows, having kids is not a walk in the park. The author also makes the fact that one of the MC was a high school classmate of his brother/cousins into a big deal, almost taboo. Why? I truly didn’t see what was wrong with that, ESPECIALLY when they had been classmates almost 20 years ago. There wasn't much consistency either. They had agreed on something early on, yet months later they're discussing it like it was the first time. Then you get some random comments that make you think .... umm what ?? For example, one of the MCs is talking to his mom about this guy he likes or whatever, and she says : Jacob, you may be thirty-six, but I know you now call me crazy, but what the hell does his age have anything to do with anything ? It’s like saying “well you may have brown hair but I know how you think”. It's possible that I'm just nit picking here, that I should really just accept that I do not like this author's writing style or her books, her covers, her execution and just decide to stay away from them. When I find an author I like, I'm pretty dang faithful. I will stalk their social media, I will write in my calendar future release dates, I get excited about their work. So if this author would have worked out for me, it would have been awesome. No such luck. I'm done with Ms. Rylan. I just can't even think of a single person I'd recommend any of her books to.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Lovable characters, irritating writing I’ve said pretty much the same thing for each review in the series. I like these characters and the universe that”s been created here but the writing and story construction is sub par. I was excited for this story as the epilogue from book four set up an interesting premise. Did that pan out? Nope. There was absolutely no purpose in even making that element part of the story as it had no purpose in advancing the story...which was really too bad as it could ha Lovable characters, irritating writing I’ve said pretty much the same thing for each review in the series. I like these characters and the universe that”s been created here but the writing and story construction is sub par. I was excited for this story as the epilogue from book four set up an interesting premise. Did that pan out? Nope. There was absolutely no purpose in even making that element part of the story as it had no purpose in advancing the story...which was really too bad as it could have been interesting. Again the editing is poor as is the proofreading. And how about some basic research? A 15 hour flight from Wyoming to Hawaii?! Try 7 hours. There’s zero excuse for that error. There’s just no excuse for sloppiness or laziness.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lane

    Isaac and Jacob are so sweet Isaac is hurting and has become jaded after a very bad relationship the ended with him having to fight for custody of his three month old son who, incidentally, seems to hate him. He doesn't feel like he can ask for help without having his choices and parenting skills judged so he struggles on his own until the town sheriff steps in and won't take "I don't need help," for an answer. As the county sheriff, Jacob is selfless and persistent. He sees a man who he watched Isaac and Jacob are so sweet Isaac is hurting and has become jaded after a very bad relationship the ended with him having to fight for custody of his three month old son who, incidentally, seems to hate him. He doesn't feel like he can ask for help without having his choices and parenting skills judged so he struggles on his own until the town sheriff steps in and won't take "I don't need help," for an answer. As the county sheriff, Jacob is selfless and persistent. He sees a man who he watched grow up in a new light as a patient, loving father and sees that he wants to be a part of that life. He pushes his way slowly and gently into Isaacs life, showing him that he doesn't have to shoulder everything alone. This is my favorite Crooked Bend book so far. I may be biased as a cop's wife, but I love Jacob so much. Isaac is the type of attentive, compassionate parent I want to be.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amber Fueston

    This series really hit its stride after the first couple of books. Don't get me wrong they were good but they get better as it goes along. I have had a soft spot for Isaac from the very beginning. He's got the weight of the world on his shoulders it seems. He tries so hard to prove himself worthy to everyone but he is just amazing. Thankfully Jacob is there to help break down the walls Isaac has around his heart. Jacob is just the sweetest thing ever! I am very pleased that the author included M This series really hit its stride after the first couple of books. Don't get me wrong they were good but they get better as it goes along. I have had a soft spot for Isaac from the very beginning. He's got the weight of the world on his shoulders it seems. He tries so hard to prove himself worthy to everyone but he is just amazing. Thankfully Jacob is there to help break down the walls Isaac has around his heart. Jacob is just the sweetest thing ever! I am very pleased that the author included Mack in so much of the story. Sometimes with single dad stories you don't really get to see much of the kids just hear about them. My heart absolutely melted when Mack called Jacob Papa.

  8. 5 out of 5

    My2CentsBookReviews

    Looking for a single parent set in total independence but someone trying to sneak in & open up y s heart? Isaac discovers he has a biological son , a secret kept from him and attempted to be used against him. Sheriff Jacob assisted Isaac to save his child. It's been a year & Jacob just can't move forward and make matters worse, his mom knows "something up" like a dog with a bone she not letting this go. The dynamics of being a single father, to being brave and everything so close-up will be lose Looking for a single parent set in total independence but someone trying to sneak in & open up y s heart? Isaac discovers he has a biological son , a secret kept from him and attempted to be used against him. Sheriff Jacob assisted Isaac to save his child. It's been a year & Jacob just can't move forward and make matters worse, his mom knows "something up" like a dog with a bone she not letting this go. The dynamics of being a single father, to being brave and everything so close-up will be lose it all? A great series but this book captured me so I read it first. V1, S2 More reviews @my2centsbooklover Thanks

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dieann Beckwith

    Good Read!!! I thoroughly enjoyed the Crooked Bend book series. I would read them a second time. The storylines in all five books are strong and I totally fell in love with ALL the characters including the in-laws, bother in-laws, kids, even the pets 😊. So, to all my fellow readers s, this series is a must read, get it, read it, you will not be disappointed. Thanks Taylor, keep them coming 😘

  10. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Foster

    All the feels I love the crooked bend series. Slow burns with so much sweetness, love, and emotions. I had all the feels with this one just like the previous ones. Issac and Jacob were so freaking perfect together. Sweet and sexy. Plus Mack was too cute for words. I freaking loved it. Cant wait for the next.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Booklover82

    Another continuation of a great series that didn't disappoint. Have been loving these cowboys from the start. Isaac and Jacob didn't disappoint. I am glad Isaac found the love he deserved, and Jacob found his after waiting so long. Loved the intro of new characters so will have more of this great series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Teena D

    Heartwarming I enjoyed reading a story where the men took time to actually get to know each other and not hop in the bed right away. Jacob didn't give up on having his home which was Isaac, and Isaac finally let Jacob in to be his heart. This was a great story that I could only put down for bathroom breaks :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Little less repetition in narrative than the previous books but still the same plot issues I brought up in my review of book 4. I feel like I’ve read many of these events 5 times now- which I have because they occur in every book. Again, the characters are intriguing and likable which is why I keep reading, but the plot and writing could use some spicing up.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    Good story For me reading books 1-4 and then book 6 is enough. All the other books are the same couples and where life has gone for them or snippets of holiday scenes. I'm sure they are worth the read but I think I'll stop here and move on to sulphur springs to catch with with Collin, Hawke and Dalton.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    It's never too late Isaac finally found the right one in Jacob. As much as the Redfeathers loved each other it's even better that there was a man for each of them. The rocky relationship that Jacob and Isaac were in was easily smoothed out by them too after some hard thinking on both parts, also with some family help.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    2.5 stars, rounded up I'm not sure if Taylor has a new editor, but this book was let down by typos, editing and odd phrases. It's my least favourite cover and least favourite book. I'll be looking for Taylor's next book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joscelyn Smith

    Loved It 💖 Issac and Jacob's book was so worth the wait. They were just so perfect for each other, I was kinda sad thinking that this was the last book in the series and I was so glad to get to the end and find out that Collin and Dalton are up next. *happy dance*💖

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nichole

    Loved it! Another wonderful Crooked Bend series. I love that we got to know Jacob's family and Mack. The book is so well written that it's easy to feel like you are there! Can't to see what other worlds that Taylor creates! Highly recommend reading the entire series!!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Sessions

    Watch out for 80 yr old women with guns This almost got 3 stars the first 23 pages are cut and paste from previous chapters. They were just reminder pages. But once chapter one hit it a Was a great book. 2 Mom’s planning one wedding and a birth wow.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jodie (J.C.T)

    Love it My favourite character is Rhett but I also love Jacob and Isaac. It took some time but the couple got there. In many ways I saw Myself in Isaac. Granted i have never been a single parent but I have been in the situation where I struggled to believe anybody would love me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    T.L. Travis

    The men of Crooked Bend Are quite unique. But I do like a good story that has a character who knows what they want, and are relentless in the pursuit of obtaining it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Collins

    Again Wow again another book i couldn't put down, love 💘this couple , Isaac and Jacob just perfect .... Can't wait for the next book

  23. 5 out of 5

    Em

    1.5 stars Absolutely nothing happens. It's flat and boring when it should have been a lovely, warm story with cute characters and an HEA.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    Boring story.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sophia Kassabian

    A blast I was waiting for Issacs story, can I just say OMG!! I totally loved it and sad to see it has come to an end!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Katy Dann

    Brilliant This was soppest book of the series so far. It made me laugh and cry through out. I love how Jacob finally won over Isaac.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Another amazing book in this series. Isaac and Jacob are made for each other. Great story, great characters awesome read and one real bad bear.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Terri Handschumacher

    Jacob and Isaac I can say this is my favorite couple of this series. The way that this couple came to be was what cemented them as being my favorite. The way that Jacob wants Isaac, but is patient with him to see that he isn't going to hurt him, was the one thing that made me fall in love with his character. He even made sure that Isaac knew that Mack was just as important to him as well. It was Isaac trying to do everything on his own that made him try to push Jacob away. This was a book that ha Jacob and Isaac I can say this is my favorite couple of this series. The way that this couple came to be was what cemented them as being my favorite. The way that Jacob wants Isaac, but is patient with him to see that he isn't going to hurt him, was the one thing that made me fall in love with his character. He even made sure that Isaac knew that Mack was just as important to him as well. It was Isaac trying to do everything on his own that made him try to push Jacob away. This was a book that had me falling in love both of the characters, and also wanting to scream at them both to get off their butts and just see whats in front of them. Then once they both finally take the step towards each other things are just perfect. Well as perfect as a relationship can be when one is a single parent. Yet that wasn't going to hold them back once they both knew that they were both it for each other. Rylan was at her best when she was writing this couples story. And there wasn't a moment that I didn't enjoy. Now I cannot wait what else there is in store for this couple in future books to come.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Isaac and Jacob Story. Isaac is the youngest Redfeather brother. He has a son Mack. Jacob is the Sheriff for Crooked Bend. Enjoyable and Entertaining to read. All the characters in the Crooked Bend series are great.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Snowqueen94

    My favorite book in the series. I cant count how many times I've read it.

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