Publish date: January 23rd 2007
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 255
Edition language: English
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
, M M M
Too many sex scenes…
All I can say is that I was hooked on this book from the beginning. I loved the way that the author was giving me glimpses of the present while unfolding the past and the dynamics of relationship with Chris, Jazz and Richard. It is rare that I have the desire to jump to the end of the book to find...
Love Jazz's zest for life. But riding a motorcycle - without a helmet! - on the street, without having taken a single lesson? That's TSTL in my book, so he's damn lucky he did. My sympathy for him went WAAAAY down when I learned that was how he ended up in a coma, rather than an unavoidable accident...
I didn't think I would ever say it but there are too many sex scenes, almost one for each flashback. The repetitiveness did not allow me to fully appreciate the characters.
Jazz Stone is playful, chaotic, relentless, open, funny, impulsive and endlessly interested in anything that goes on around him. In other words he's everything that Chris Turner isn't. When they meet, it's like opposites attract quite from the beginning, and what starts out as a funny pastime grows ...