Publish date: January 19th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 92
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, New Adult
This is a next look at Talker & Brian. I was unable to take even a moment to look away from Talker as he wades through a harrowing situation. He is who he is but Amy Lane smartly still let him grow a big pair of balls as he steppes up to the plate. The family they didn't know they had came into focu...
Series review at http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/551854596.
4.25*Ok, I thought the first one was sad and a heartstrings-tugger ( is that a word?) anyway, I was wrong, that was nothing compared to this one.Talker is finally (forced) to really work through the trauma and pain and despair from book 1 and then as if that wasn't enough, evil incarnate comes back ...
This is part of a trilogy, and I read all three books back-to-back. My review is based on reading it that way, and it would have been less stars for any book on its own.I loved certain aspects of the story, but was disturbed by others. This wouldn't be on my list of Lane books to recommend, but I'm ...
Holy emotional roller coaster. But I loved every minute of it. The intermittent flashbacks in this one flowed much better since they were consistently from the same scene with Dr. Sutherland and interspersed the present timeline to give us new information. It was nice to see things from Talker's ...
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