Publish date: August 25th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Falcon (#2)
At first I wasn’t sure how I’d like this story I was a bit frustrated with Mark, and how he treated Hunter until I remembered this story is set in 1994, and his fears were much more real, and the danger more immediate in those days especially considering his family history. I liked Mark, and even th...
A very slow beginning (and middle)...took me getting through about half the book before I really got into the story. I was extremely tempted to skip a few pages/chapters just to see if there was going to be any major developments...luckily I stuck it out. It was interesting reading about falconry bu...
From about a third of the way in I expected a grand hospital reunion at some point. Which is apparently the only way gay men ever get to realize they can't live without each other. So then it ended with a grand hospital reunion. It does not make me happy that I was right.
I've been waffling over the rating of this book for few days now and I still can't quite decide. It's somewhere between three and four stars, but my reasons for either rating are very different. There's the actual romance between Mark, a very much closeted gay cop, and Hunter, tired-to-hide out-and-...
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