The Parting Glass (In a Dark Wood)
Two and a half years ago, travel writer Timothy McShay let NYPD Detective Luke O'Brien talk him into hiking into the New Jersey Pine Barrens to face down a monster. Now Tim and Luke meet again under very different circumstances. The old attraction is still there -- but so are some of Tim's... show more
Two and a half years ago, travel writer Timothy McShay let NYPD Detective Luke O'Brien talk him into hiking into the New Jersey Pine Barrens to face down a monster.
Now Tim and Luke meet again under very different circumstances. The old attraction is still there -- but so are some of Tim's monsters. Is it too late to find their way back to each other?
(This never before published short story is the sequel to In a Dark Wood.)
Publish date: September 29th 2013
Publisher: JustJoshin Publishing, LLC
Pages no: 72
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: In A Dark Wood (#2)
and he wrote a story, actually he's written several but let's just focus on this one for now. His name was Josh Lanyon and the story was called 'In a Dark Wood' it was short about 40ish pages, it was excellent, it was about 2 men who went on a camping date that turned into the date from hell and it ...
This one concentrated more on the relationship between Tim and Luke than the first and the heartbreak they've been through since the last one. It's been two and a half years and a lot of stuff has happened in that time; some good, some bad. I wanted to throw my computer several times throughout th...
Very short but heartfeltI'm not a fan of short stories, but the incredibly talented Josh Lanyon can successfully cram an entire gut-wrenching romance into very few pages. This story was tough to read as Tim's "monsters" haunt my own family. Thankfully, the topic was handled honesty, openly, and res...
I loved the first book in the series, so was hoping that this would be just as good. The two books are very different from each other, but still stay true to the characters.There is a bittersweet air throughout this story that is consistent with Tim's past and present struggles with self worth. I ap...
This was definitely much better than the first novel. Somewhere between 4 and 4.5 stars for this. [spoiler] I connected emotionally with Tim and it was easy to understand his anxiety at meeting Luke. I found it natural that Tim would distort the memory of their relationship while he had been dri...
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