Publish date: May 30th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 164
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, M M Romance
Series: Task Force Iota (#2)
I love this series. There's mild angst and melodrama, but I love that stuff. There wasn't enough life and death stuff but these two are so totally in love, it makes up for it. However, once again, the title is completely ridiculous in order to titillate and has no bearing on the story whatsoever. Th...
2.5 StarsThis book was a disappointment. I was happy to find out more about James's enhancement, but I found myself just waiting for the resolution and not enjoying the journey.First, Matt turned into an emotional sap. Where was the Matt from the first book? Being jealous of Miz and his excess...
I was disappointed in this one. Where the first one was fun, this one was mostly just silly. The relationship between James and Matt crossed the line into melodrama, and ended up just being annoying for the first half of the book. They're supposed to be soldiers, but spend so much time crying over...
In Turning Tricks we return to Matt and James’s story shortly after the end of the engaging 18% Gray. The guys are still sinfully lustful and working out their issues. The faithful third-wheel cohort, Miz Horse, has also safely returned as evidenced by the book cover. The momentum of the first book ...