Red Dirt Christmas – Red Dirt #3.5
Bookreview / February 16, 2016

Red Dirt Christmas is, as the title shows, part of the Red Dirt Heart series by N.R. Walker and is meant as a little add on the story telling about the first Christmas Travis and Charlie spend together at Sutton Station, in the middle of the outback Australia. And just as the other 4 books in the series, I loved this small add on as well. This book is set somewhere between book 3 and book 4, so whatever happens in book 4 hasn’t happened yet. There is no marriage yet and some other things are not present yet either. Life at Sutton Station has never been better. Business is good,everyone is happy and all is going well. Except that Christmas is just around the corner and Travis really misses the way it was celebrated at home. But at Sutton Station Christmas is just another working day like all the others and no one really bothers about it. But Charlie knows that this Christmas is the first Christmas Travis spends at Sutton Station and far away from his family so he knows he has to make this a Christmas to remember. Until now they never bothered much with decorations, a…

Red Dirt Heart 3
Bookreview / December 8, 2014

The third part in the series and a worthy following up. Charlie and Travis are still together and life is flowing steady on the farm in outback Australia. But then things go wrong. Ma hasn’t been feeling well lately and keeps getting worse. Charlie still feels he is not good enough for Travis and has to learn to talk about his feelings. Then a call from America comes calling Travis back home again for an unknown time. It forces the boys apart and allows them time to think things over. Do they really want to be together or not? Is Charlie prepared to come out to other people and freely admit he is gay and in love with Travis? And to complete it all, Charlie’s long lost mother come back on the scene, wanting to be back in his life again and telling him he has a brother now. It all becomes too much for Charlie and he has to find a way to make everything right again in his head, his mind and his heart. I have said it before and I will say it again. I LOVE these books. N.R. Walker has a way with words that just…