Deputy Joe Peterson is Mormon and in the closet. Then ex-con Kabe Varghese lands in town on parole. When a tourist falls off the mountain Joe finds he needs the help of this cliff climbing adrenaline junky to solve the case. Will Kabe tear him apart or does Joe need to fall hard before he can... show more
Deputy Joe Peterson is Mormon and in the closet. Then ex-con Kabe Varghese lands in town on parole. When a tourist falls off the mountain Joe finds he needs the help of this cliff climbing adrenaline junky to solve the case. Will Kabe tear him apart or does Joe need to fall hard before he can start living?
Publish date: February 2009
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
Series: Deputy Joe (#1)
**** 4,5 still awesome stars ****-------------------------------------I figured it was about time to let myself fall, fall real hard, so long as I landed in his arms.~Joe~-------------------------------------Reread February, 2016. I'm giving this book a rating bump! I enjoyed it more this time aroun...
This was a difficult book to finish. I really didn't enjoy it and will not be continuing the series. Here are a few of the issues I had with the book;The minutiae of climbing, it was excruciatingly boring and ultimately served no purpose other than to pad page count.The dialect used to write Joe is...
So glad I read this. Loved Joe and Kabe and their chemistry. Liked the LDS angle and Joe's struggle reconciling his attraction to men with his cultural upbringing. Being LDS isn't just a church or belief, it's really a way of life and to have that taken away must be extremely difficult. While w...
That’s enjoyable smut fun, one where there is actually a story left once you’ve put the smut aside : Deputy Joe Carpenter is a cop, a climber, a Mormon, gay, and he has a hard time making all the pieces of him fit together. Well, the gay part especially is hard to fit in. Let’s start with the nig...
3.5 starsNice. Very nice.The writing took some getting used to at first. For the first few pages I had no idea what was going on, but I got used to it and after that it was fine. Even though religion plays a big part in the story, it wasn’t as overwhelming as I’ve read in other books. I am not a bi...
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