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Cast Off - K.C. Burn
Cast Off
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Toronto Tales: Book Three Thirty-five-year-old Rick Haviland is a well-respected speech pathologist, but while his friends are all settling into relationships, he refuses to give up his no-strings-attached club boy sex life. For him, relationships are dangerous; he’s got a secret to hide. When he... show more
Toronto Tales: Book Three Thirty-five-year-old Rick Haviland is a well-respected speech pathologist, but while his friends are all settling into relationships, he refuses to give up his no-strings-attached club boy sex life. For him, relationships are dangerous; he’s got a secret to hide. When he meets Ian O’Donnell, an account manager with a local tabloid, Rick figures his personal rules for relationships should be enough to keep him safe from more than a one-night stand. When Ian comes out of the closet, tired of anonymous hook-ups and keeping secrets from his large Catholic family, Rick is right there, and he’s just the sort of man Ian might like to get to know better.Their attraction is immediate, electric and mutual. Ian convinces Rick to break more and more of his rules, and his defenses crumble. But someone watches, someone who’d like to see this new relationship fail. When Ian’s job becomes a means to expose Rick’s secret, it could destroy both their careers and their hearts.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781627981309 (1627981306)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Toronto Tales (#3)
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...Bookfanatic
...Bookfanatic rated it
4.5 Definitely the best of the bunch...
I truly loved this book. It was by far the best one in this series. Ricky was every bit as wonderful as I thought he would be and Ian...oh, my god!!! Ian was adorable. Together these two were just awesome. Ricky doesn't do relationships and Ian is just starting to find his way out of the closet. ...
The Bookoholic
The Bookoholic rated it
4.0 Cast Off (Toronto Tales)
Sweet but not as good as the first installment (what Leon did and the fact that he just admitted everything like a five years old was kinda unrealistic)
Tami
Tami rated it
1.0 Sappy, unsexy, over-dramatic with unlikable MCs
The MCs were probably my biggest problem with this novel: Rick: still playing the party boy on the "wrong side of 35" - really? This is just pathetic. Not colourful or enchanting. Just annoying and a little embarrassing. Like his no kissing rule and all his commitment issues. His backstory is prob...
She Reads Too Much
She Reads Too Much rated it
4.0 Cast Off
I didn't know if I'd warm up to Rick, but I did. Two men who had never been in a relationship trying to make things work. A lot of angst. I didn't always buy Rick's hang ups but I was able to get past them. Ian made some dumb ass moves that ticked me off. But overall? Surprisingly sweet story that I...
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) rated it
3.0 Review: Cast Off by KC Burn
I’ll be the first to admit that I haven’t read the others in the series, but I’ve had my own on this author and this series for awhile. The main reason was because it’s called Toronto Tales and I wanted to see how the author portrayed my city. Also, I’m always looking for new M/M series to love. U...
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