Trevan Bean has a job that’s going from illegal to frightening, a boyfriend who may not be in his right mind, and a guardian angel who might actually be evil incarnate. Add to that the reappearance of his boyfriend’s estranged family, death threats, kidnapping, and the struggle of saving money to... show more
Trevan Bean has a job that’s going from illegal to frightening, a boyfriend who may not be in his right mind, and a guardian angel who might actually be evil incarnate. Add to that the reappearance of his boyfriend’s estranged family, death threats, kidnapping, and the struggle of saving money to realize a dream, and Trevan has a lot on his plate. But Trevan is up to the challenge: he promised Landry a happily ever after, and Landry’s going to have it if it kills him!
It just might.
Landry Carter was a broken doll when they met two years ago but has grown into a partner who can stand at Trevan’s side… most of the time. Now that Trevan’s life just got scary—and Landry just got himself kidnapped—Trevan has to hope Landry’s love stays strong through this newest challenge, because the happily ever after won’t happen if Trevan has to go it alone.
Publish date: March 5th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 214
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
It's literally been years since I read this story and by years I mean 2012 when it was first released. I devoured this one. Absolutely loved every word of it. It's without a doubt my favorite standalone story by Mary Calmes. I can't even really point to any specific reason why I enjoyed it as much a...
3.5 starsBoth of these characters are ÜBER interesting. The are made for each other. There's lots of mental health issue and crazy family and organized crime ties, and just wow. Very entertaining read. I liked it.
“I never told anyone about waking in the night to him standing over me with a knife. It was small, one of my switchblades, chosen for carving, not stabbing, but still sharp, still able to kill me.He was breathing hard, stroking himself and looking at me with glazed eyes."Whatcha doin', babe?" I aske...
It started out slowly, then picked up real fast. Trevan and Landry's relationship was a bit disturbing, in their fierce dependence on each other. But it seemed to work for them. The whole gambling bits went over my head. Just wasn't my cup of tea, I guess.
Hmmm, I am not quite sure how to properly write down my opinion of this book. First of all, this is my second Mary Calmes, and I liked the first one, Frog, immensely. Mine is about a very special kind of gay relationship, featuring BDSM elements, and the story of two men who are strongly dependent o...