Setting up house with his new lover was tricky before arson landed his former radical father in the guest bedroom. Now ex-FBI agent Elliot Mills has to figure out who is willing to kill to keep Roland's memoirs from being published.Meanwhile, a serial killer insists he will only make his... show more
Setting up house with his new lover was tricky before arson landed his former radical father in the guest bedroom. Now ex-FBI agent Elliot Mills has to figure out who is willing to kill to keep Roland's memoirs from being published.Meanwhile, a serial killer insists he will only make his confession to Elliot, putting added strain on Elliot's still fragile relationship with Tucker.
Publisher: Alexia Praks Media
Edition language: English
Series: All's Fair (#2)
Loved the dom/sub dynamic between Elliot and Tucker but the mystery plot left me a bit cold.'Between the sheets, (Elliot) needed, craved, giving up authority to someone stronger and more powerful. For him, the sense of helplessness, the real if temporary lack of control, was the difference between g...
In the second installment in the All’s Fair series, Fair Play brings us back to Tucker and Elliot. They’ve established their relationship but things are still tentative. For instance, conservative government paid FBI agent Tucker does not get along very well with Elliot’s leftist and anti-‘The Man’ ...
Finally. I finally read this book. And I'm kicking myself it took me this long. I absolutely loved Fair Game. It's my favorite Josh Lanyon book. So when I heard there was going to be a sequel, I was so happy. So happy. And it didn't disappoint.I loved everything about it. It was frustrating at times...
Fifty years ago, Roland Mills belonged to a violent activist group. Now, someone is willing to kill to prevent him from publishing his memoirs. When ex-FBI agent Elliot Mills is called out to examine the charred ruins of his childhood home, he quickly identifies the fire for what it is—arson. A knee...
I really enjoyed this newest installment in the All Fair’s series. There was so much here to love. You've got all the standards that make a great JL a great JL. Elliot's still teaching at PSU and dealing with college students' ideals of cultural appropriation. Tucker's still working with the FBI. He...
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