No One Should Be Alone
Publish date: December 1st 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 100
Edition language: English
Series: I'll Be Home for Christmas
Not as good as the Spy Vs. Spook series, but still fun to see one of my favorite couples in an alternate reality setting.
I probably enjoyed this story more, because I have read others stories by Tinnean and so I knew Vincent a bit already .I can see a problem with this story for people that haven't read any of the other stories.
Even though this says 'alternate reality' I don't think you can take in the full scope of these characters unless you've read Mann of My Dreams. I say this because this short doesn't give the full magnitude of why it's so shocking and horrible for Mark Vincent to be leaving the WBIS and going to the...
Ok holiday m/m romance about two operatives in a top-secret government agency who hook up. This one just didn't work for me - not only could I simply not get into the story, it was told in alternating first-person with insufficiently distinct voices, so I kept getting confused.
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