A Casual Weekend Thing
Publish date: May 13th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, M M Romance
2,5 starsThis book was recommended to me because I really liked [b:Six Degrees of Lust|11757362|Six Degrees of Lust (By Degrees, #1)|Taylor V. Donovan|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1311358570s/11757362.jpg|16707740]. I can understand why, they do have some similarities. But whereas Six Degrees of L...
How this book managed to get that many high rating? -Yeah. No idea whatsoever..The MCs, I give them that, wanted for all intents and purposes to seem like they were these 3-dimensional, almost jumping-out-the-page, intriguing guys, coming to life in front of tue readers eyes.But I never quite bought...
Good m/m romantic suspense about a San Diego cop who's on injured reserve when he has to go to Montana to deal with his estranged brother's death. The characters were enjoyably complex and nearly made up for a few, relatively minor, rough spots in the plot and writing.
This is definitely what I like to read when it comes to thrillers. The story was engaging and we had an actual romance plot going on, not just the crime solving aspect of the plot. The book was written by a new author and she did an incredible job. I loved Chris and Doug, they were the perfect coupl...
This story started really good. I was having fun with it, but at the end, I was just disapointed. Peter and Dough were likable characters and their chemistry was off the charts. The initial plot seemed interesting and I was looking forward to a tight suspense -and that's where, for me, the problems ...