A Matter of Time, Vol. 1 (#1-2)
Vol. 1 (Books One and Two) Jory Keyes leads a normal life as an architect's assistant until he is witness to a brutal murder. Though initially saved by police Detective Sam Kage, Jory refuses protective custody-he has a life he loves that he won't give up no matter who is after him. But Jory's... show more
Vol. 1 (Books One and Two) Jory Keyes leads a normal life as an architect's assistant until he is witness to a brutal murder. Though initially saved by police Detective Sam Kage, Jory refuses protective custody-he has a life he loves that he won't give up no matter who is after him. But Jory's life is in real jeopardy, especially after he agrees to testify about what he saw. While dealing with attempts on his life, well-meaning friends who want to see him happy, an overly protective boss, and a slowly unfolding mystery that is much more sinister than he could ever imagine, the young gay man finds himself getting involved with Sam, the conflicted and closeted detective. And though Jory may survive the danger, he may not survive a broken heart. Don't miss A Matter of Time Vol. 2 (Books Three and Four)
Publish date: 2010-08-02
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Series: A Matter of Time (#1)
So here we are at Vol 2 which is comprised of books 3 and 4 in Mary Calmes's series 'A Matter of Time' and again the narrator is Paul Morey and again this was an enjoyable listening experience...not great but no really issues. I like Paul Morey but for me he just didn't quite capture the character a...
So I finally caved and listened to the audio books for this series and I have to admit this all came down a notch for me...partially because the narrators were ok but I wasn't enchanted with them and partially because while I enjoy this series please don't hate me when I say that this is not my favo...
I've been meaning to read this book forever. It's a - I hesitate to say classic, maybe foundational work? - in the M/M genre, and people get fanatical about it. It gets referenced all the time. On the other hand, I've picked up over the years that it has all the Mary Calmes' flaws in spades, so...
Well, I tried. Twice. This was ridiculous, over the top idiocy and I wanted to strangle Jory during every single second of it. So, say you witness a man being brutally executed right before your eyes, and you're only alive due to the fact that the murderer is under surveillance by the cops and the...
DNF @ 12%Office politics is not what I was expecting with this book. I'm beyond bored, this chapter will not end and this narrator is terrible. I'll try the ebook version later.At least the puppy is cute.