Adam James is so far in the closet he could find Narnia. But coming out would threaten all he's built as the attorney for the homophobic WMA Development, and the million-dollar paycheck waiting for him once they push their big land development deal through the city council. Then, on an early... show more
Adam James is so far in the closet he could find Narnia. But coming out would threaten all he's built as the attorney for the homophobic WMA Development, and the million-dollar paycheck waiting for him once they push their big land development deal through the city council. Then, on an early morning scuba dive, Adam meets a tall, lean rebreather diver named Sky who makes him want to live a different life.Sky Sea Mickeljohn doesn't compromise. He knows what he stands for and stands for it openly: the environment, world peace, and being gay. So how could he find himself lusting after a damned developer? Especially the one working on the WMA land development deal, which would put thousands of people at risk by developing a toxic waste site they have neither the capital nor the know-how to clean up? And worse, what's going to happen when someone opens Adam's closet door?
Publish date: May 4th 2012
Publisher: Etopia Press
Pages no: 109
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Balls to the Wall (#3)
After reading the recent FAST Balls, I realized I had missing one in the Balls to the Walls series--this one--and hurried to remedy that.As usual with Tara Lain, I enjoyed this quick, easy-to-read romance. Sky and Adam were both very appealing, and I liked the antagonism sub-plot and how they both ...
I really enjoy this series. The plot to this had me hesitating because it could have been cheesy and annoying, but just like with [b:Fire Balls|13425957|Fire Balls (Balls to the Wall, #2)|Tara Lain|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1327634270s/13425957.jpg|18911844], I thoroughly enjoyed ...
This story is very different to the first two in the series and is really not about sport at all - unless you count the bit of scuba diving that occurs - so I had to reclassify on my bookshelves! It also has a very different feel to the others in the series without really crossing over with any of t...
I really enjoyed this one. It was my first book by Ms. Lain and while it is third in a series, I didn't read the first two because I heard it wasn't necessary. I really liked how Adam and Sky meet and have an instant, intense connection only to find out later on that they are on opposite sides of a ...
I very much enjoyed the first two books in this series but I wasn't able to connect with the MCs in this one. Plus, I found the language in the early sex scenes way too corny for my taste.