All Kinds of Tied Down
Deputy US Marshal Miro Jones has a reputation for being calm and collected under fire. These traits serve him well with his hotshot partner, Ian Doyle, the kind of guy who can start a fight in an empty room. In the past three years of their life-and-death job, they've gone from strangers to... show more
Deputy US Marshal Miro Jones has a reputation for being calm and collected under fire. These traits serve him well with his hotshot partner, Ian Doyle, the kind of guy who can start a fight in an empty room. In the past three years of their life-and-death job, they've gone from strangers to professional coworkers to devoted teammates and best friends. Miro’s cultivated blind faith in the man who has his back… faith and something more. As a marshal and a soldier, Ian’s expected to lead. But the power and control that brings Ian success and fulfillment in the field isn't working anywhere else. Ian’s always resisted all kinds of tied down, but having no home—and no one to come home to—is slowly eating him up inside. Over time, Ian has grudgingly accepted that going anywhere without his partner simply doesn't work. Now Miro just has to convince him that getting tangled up in heartstrings isn't being tied down at all.
Publish date: 2014-07-04
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
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This was a very enjoyable read. I liked the beginning very much- liked the story and the characters. The slow burn and the sexual tension. Up until 50/60%. Then it went into sappy fantasy land with lightning speed. And besides the ultra-fast 0 to 100 in the relationship realm, the reality starte...
I liked this one. It was very dynamic from the start. I loved that it actually has a plot and action, drama, strong characters and healthy friendships. What I do have a problem with is that one of the main characters, and love interest, is gone for at least 1/3 of the book and as soon as he come...
I so adored this book it was fun, it was comforting and yet slightly different. There are a lot of things reminiscent of Ms Calmes style in this book and they've been covered by other reviews so I'm going to save you the reading time here and just say if you've read Mary Calmes you know of what I ...
3.5 stars. Well, it took me awhile to get into this book because there really wasn't any central plot/case tying all this stuff together. Once I let that expectation go, I enjoyed it more. This was more day-in-the-life than case of the week (or book), and it was character driven as a result. I enjoy...