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A Matter of Time, Vol. 2 - Community Reviews back

by Mary Calmes
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...Bookfanatic
...Bookfanatic rated it 1 year ago
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...
...Bookfanatic
...Bookfanatic rated it 1 year ago
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...
Charmingly Euphemistic
Charmingly Euphemistic rated it 2 years ago
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...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 3 years ago
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...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 4 years ago
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.
Tessi4M
Tessi4M rated it 4 years ago
What a ride. Jory Keyes happens to be in the wrong place at the right time leading to a number of bad people wanting him dead. One of the detectives on the case, Sam Kage, needs him alive as a witness and tries to convince him to go into protective custody. Jory refuses. Several times and even after...
MMarte
MMarte rated it 4 years ago
This was just one big continuous journey of "what the fuckery"...Detailed review here.
SheReadsALot...seriously.
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it 4 years ago
Confession: I am a Jory Keyes and Sam Kage virgin. Relax...I am Jory virgin, no longer.I have already considered myself part of the Calmes guild, so to say. I love her words, don't care what anyone else has to say about it. She's my crack and I will huff it whenever I want. Her words give me just w...
KatieMc
KatieMc rated it 5 years ago
Audiobook edition! This one is a for Irina.Book comments:When I first read Jory & Sam, I was not completely sold. Jory was likable, perhaps a bit too likable. And Sam was a bit creepy. I mean, he keeps popping up out of nowhere and barks orders at Jory. It doesn't feel romantic to me. Honestly, Jory...
R *A Reader Obsessed*
R *A Reader Obsessed* rated it 5 years ago
*Audio edition* Oh come on!!! You have got to be freakin kidding me! That ending? That cliffhanger?? Really? Well I can see how some readers take issue with Jory and how loved he is on immediate sight. I admit that it was a bit over the top and I'm not sure how I would have interpreted many of ...
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