Roads: Book 2 Sequel to Slide Paramedic Pete Adams lived through the year from hell watching his lover, Ash, fall apart, and the precarious balance between work and home is becoming more strained. His heart is always home, with Ash, but the dark side to his job is weighing him down. Tattoo... show more
Roads: Book 2
Sequel to Slide
Paramedic Pete Adams lived through the year from hell watching his lover, Ash, fall apart, and the precarious balance between work and home is becoming more strained. His heart is always home, with Ash, but the dark side to his job is weighing him down.
Tattoo artist Ash Fagin is recovering from a nervous breakdown triggered by revelations about his traumatic childhood. His battle with mental illness is far from over, but with Pete by his side, he's feeling good again, so good he doesn’t notice something missing until it walks right into his living room.
Ash believes he’s had enough coincidence in his life, but when a voice from the past comes looking for him, it takes the devastating injuries of the one he loves most to convince him to let a ghost become the family he never knew he wanted.
Publish date: January 17th 2014
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Roads (#2)
I love these men. They are flawed and beautiful and perfect for each other. Their ups and downs made me so emotional, and the way they love each other through each difficulty filled my heart near bursting. I adore and recommend this sweet, sexy and touching story of the hardships and bliss of lif...
Reviewer: Barb Genre: M/M Contemporary Review: I’m so glad I chose to listen to this audiobook sequel to “Slide”. Where the first book left me confused, depressed, and sad, this one ended on a very positive note and was more hopeful and upbeat than the first. Paramedic Pete Adams has been living...
These books are much better than my rating would indicate. They are well written, interesting characters and loads of angst. But I am cold hearted and I just couldn't get it up to care that much for these guys. Your mileage may vary.
I liked this one better than the first. Ash and Pete were better (somewhat) about talking to each other about (some) things, and I liked Maggie a lot. I wish we'd seen more of Mick, Charlie, Joe and Ellie but they're more or less pushed to the side in this one. Not that the story suffered from it - ...
Again I don't know how to rate this one too.I liked it at tge begging it seem like I understood them more especially since I had a knowledge of their background from the first book, but then the sister story came and the pete accident and I don't know I felt detached, the thing is I discovered what ...