Tyler and Dan are heading off on a vacation in this sequel to Wild Raspberries, but life has a way of throwing a wrench into even the best laid plans. All work and no play makes Dan restless and bored, waiting for Tyler to complete a task for his former boss, Cole. The job is an important one,... show more
Tyler and Dan are heading off on a vacation in this sequel to Wild Raspberries, but life has a way of throwing a wrench into even the best laid plans. All work and no play makes Dan restless and bored, waiting for Tyler to complete a task for his former boss, Cole. The job is an important one, for sure. Tyler is looking for a traitor, responsible for the deaths of several agents. That doesn't make being ignored any easier to deal with, and Dan wonders if their relationship is strong enough to last through the lull. When the job finally ends, Dan is more than ready to go with Tyler to see the sights. He expects beaches, mountains, sun and surf. Instead, Dan is thrown headlong into Tyler's world, where death is a heartbeat away, not a lifetime, and the man he loves is the one dealing it out. Can Dan learn to live with what he finds out, or will he have to make his way back to a life that he ran away from?
Publish date: October 28th 2009
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
Series: Dan & Tyler (#2)
The first book of Jane's I read was "Bound and Determined". I loved that, so bought "Drawing Closer" and "Wild Raspeberries". That led me to "Wintergreen".This has to be one of the best "sequel" books I've read. To me the anticipation of a couple getting together is what makes a romance, so sequels ...
Compared to the first book in this series, [b:Wild Raspberries|3958221|Wild Raspberries|Jane Davitt|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1347913277s/3958221.jpg|14618017], Wintergreen was just an OK read for me. It wasn't bad, I just didn't feel the story took me anywhere new and there was no real character...
Former runaway Dan and ex-sniper Tyler have been living together for six months getting to know each other better and planning an extended travel vacation. A wrench is thrown into the works when Tyler's past comes knocking on the door adding tension to their new relationship.This has a much more dra...
I enjoyed this continuation of the Dan and Tyler story. Yes, Dan is still a bit immature at times, though he seems to be more aware of his issues and tries a little more to be less so this time around. Tyler is still his sexy, damaged self, though there are things he did this time around that I wa...
sequel to Wild Raspberries