Amor En Retrogrado
When JD left him, Robert buried himself in work but not even juicy scandal trials dull the pain of losing him. Then JD gets shot and forgets the break up. If they survive the investigation, they might find love in retrograde. [Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic... show more
When JD left him, Robert buried himself in work but not even juicy scandal trials dull the pain of losing him. Then JD gets shot and forgets the break up. If they survive the investigation, they might find love in retrograde. [Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, masturbation, violence.]
Publish date: January 22nd 2008
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 239
Edition language: English
Series: Bill Turner (#1)
This was a really solid murder mystery. There were a lot of flashbacks but overall they were handled well. A Latin guy falls for an Irish teacher in East LA. They have a long term relationship and when a murder happens they are brought back together. Oddly I didn't really care too much about these M...
2.5 stars.When I started to read Amor En Retrogrado I was very excited. However, my excitement retrograded steadily and by the end of the book I felt totally drained and incredibly annoyed which led me to my decision to not read the next installment immediately. Although I'm tempted to give it a try...
It can hardly be called a romance, but this! This is my happy place. Two persons meet, sparks fly, bodies ignite and hearts beat faster. Sometimes too, dysfunctional needs meet within the chemistry, two pieces fitting precisely together, clicking to form an unrelenting machinery that elates and t...
Not quite what I was expecting, but enjoyable all the same. The mystery/suspense part was really well done and I liked the diversity of the different characters. Despite there being multiple MCs, which kind of automatically leads to less "stage time" for each character (so to speak), they all felt r...
This was weird because I approached it with the assumption that Robert and JD were the MCs, but it was actually the Turner dude who was the most important...Throughout it all, I had a weird sense of...disconnect. There was an odd surreality to it that I wasn't sure if it was merely because it was an...