An old mystery brought them together. Solving it could tear them apart. In the best of times, Daniel Gardner hates visiting his family. With his boyfriend pressuring him for a mortgage-serious commitment, Christmas in Easton, PA sounds, for once, like a welcome escape. His old house holds more... show more
An old mystery brought them together. Solving it could tear them apart. In the best of times, Daniel Gardner hates visiting his family. With his boyfriend pressuring him for a mortgage-serious commitment, Christmas in Easton, PA sounds, for once, like a welcome escape. His old house holds more than memories of a miserable adolescence, though. It has Trey Eriksson. At seventeen, Trey was taken in by the wealthy Gardner family after his father was jailed for his mother’s murder. Until he left for the Army, he fought a double-edged battle—for proof of his father’s innocence and against his attraction to Daniel. Fifteen years later, things haven’t changed. Trey is still looking for the real killer. And Daniel has never forgotten how Trey used to sneak into his room at night. Now new clues to the murder are resurfacing—and so is Trey and Daniel’s sexual chemistry. Except this time, Trey has come to terms with his orientation. But their connection may not be enough to overcome the mistakes of the past. Not while a murderer still walks free… Warning: Anyone who would rather not read about hooking back up with someone who broke your heart, minor suspense, hot guys who can handle guns and each other, and lots of steamy gay sex probably isn’t reading this warning anyway, but if you are, back away slowly and keep your hands where I can see them.
Publish date: April 6th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
I enjoyed this book a lot After numerous attempts at starting a million books and ending them after page 5 this one kept my interest right until the end I wish that the I love you's were a little more heartfelt instead of the I love you too now fuck me but but hey whatever works
I think I have to say that K. A. Mitchell did it again for me. Trey and Danny -he tries to say he prefers 'Daniel' but there is something about the way Trey says 'Danny' that is irresistable and even as the reader it's unmistakable- knew each other as teenagers. They fumbled around, including with e...
Loved this, as I have all of K.A.Mitchell's books. She writes great characters and great sex scenes, Makes me want to throw my laptop against the wall and give up as an author, then I say, nah. Look at what she has done and learn.Great characters, great conflict and great emotional arcs. Good one.
2.5 stars rounding up because I really liked these guys.The good: Daniel and Trey. Both strong and likable characters. Daniel and Trey messed around as teenagers, ended up going their separate ways and then unexpectedly reunited 15 years later. They had a ton of chemistry together and I'm a suck...