Perhaps it's a twist of fate when event photographer Cameron Walker runs into veterinarian Jeremy Montgomery at a wedding. Cameron has harbored a crush on the handsome man since high school, and he can't believe his luck. Jeremy asks him to dance, and Cameron's over the moon. Having admired... show more
Perhaps it's a twist of fate when event photographer Cameron Walker runs into veterinarian Jeremy Montgomery at a wedding. Cameron has harbored a crush on the handsome man since high school, and he can't believe his luck. Jeremy asks him to dance, and Cameron's over the moon. Having admired Cameron from afar, Jeremy is just as thrilled to discover Cameron feels the same. After a few dates, Cameron and Jeremy (and their new dog) are ready to embark on a loving journey they both have dreamed of-a new life together. Cameron's best friend, Detective Patrick Hawkins, is very happy for the new couple. But he's equally worried when mysterious gifts with disturbing letters keep appearing, targeting Cameron. When the stalking escalates to a senseless and stunning act of violence, Patrick is there for the two men, both physically and emotionally. Working together, Cameron, Jeremy, and Patrick set out to find the stalker and put a stop to his actions, but will they be able to stop him before it's too late? Book Two in the Lost Boys and Love Letters Series
Publish date: March 2nd 2009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
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Series: Lost Boys and Love Letters (#2)
Reread, I liked it better the first time
I'm reading my way through the series and I was looking forward to reading this one. I liked the MCs - Cam and Jeremy - for the most part (Cam more than Jeremy - I really liked his back story and his vulnerability) and I'm a sucker for 'have been secretly in love for years and finally get together' ...
Ok m/m romance that started out feeling like a freestanding story, but seemed as if, partway through, it suddenly needed to become part of a series (the few paragraphs that were apparently supposed to tie it to True North didn’t seem, to me, to fit)… probably right about the time it detoured into m/...
This was maybe a little too sticky sweet. I love a good sappy romance, but even I have a limit. But they mixed it with some hot menage, so that's always good right?Basically this was decent but nothing earth shattering. I have noticed in both of the books I've read from these two some minor inconsis...