The writing was bland and felt more like a serious case of telling, rather than showing as another reviewer pointed out. Diana lives with her Significant Other, who is fully aware of and supportive of the many facets of her career. Colin proves himself an able right-hand man when Todd puts on his monthly electric train show for the benefit of charity. First, I have to admit, that there was potential with this story -- it could have been interesting. Or will his latest scheming only lead to more trouble? Todd is determined to get Colin back and comes up with a plan he hopes will succeed.
I know I'd be furious. But a cloud looms over them in the person of Dan, Colin's ex, who dumped Colin once but now, seeing Colin happy with Todd, seems determined to break up the romance. They have great fun amid the train set-up in Todd's basement. Tanner's three-year-old daughter is the light of his life, and his ex-wife, who will not accept that Tanner is gay or that she has irrevocably lost him, uses the daughter for leverage to try to get Tanner back. Wolf owns a dog, and Carter is petrified of dogs. I bought this on a whim but from now on this author goes on my never again shelf. Needless to say, I was not impressed.
Can he get Colin back into his bed and his life? Carter can never go to Wolf's house, and Wolf has problems staying overnight at Carter's house because he needs to get home to the dog. But this would mean the end of his relationship with Slade. Worst of all, though, they can't move in together, which they'd otherwise like very much to do. He uses his position to not only hook up with Gary, but also to make Gary's other love interest break it off with him -- and after all of this, we're supposed to be on Ryan's side. Can he get Colin back into his bed and his life? And when Gary finds out, he's angry -- and he's got every right to be. . Can he work his way back into Colin's heart? While Tanner will not go back to his ex, he is willing to follow her across the country so that he can remain near his daughter.
Colin is a flight instructor and a daredevil stunt pilot. To keep Jock away from Gary, Ryan matches Jock up with someone else. In her own name, she has had numerous books published both in print and as e-books, is an accomplished editor of both books and magazines, and is comfortable switching gears to go from serious nonfiction to romantica in her work. What kind of a future do Carter and Wolf have together-if any-as long as Carter remains terrified of Wolf's dog? Gary admits to liking Jock, and Ryan's jealousy and insecurity leads to him passively getting involved in setting Jock up with someone else. The dialogue between the c By the blurb of this, I thought it would be a good story of character redemption -- I was curious to see how Ryan would turn himself around and win back Gary after lying to him the way that he did. He explains the incident from his teen years that led to his fear, and Wolf is understanding, but that doesn't help the situation. But it was an easy read, so I kept going.
To keep Jock away from Gary, Ryan matches Jock up with someone else. By the blurb of this, I thought it would be a good story of character redemption -- I was curious to see how Ryan would turn himself around and win back Gary after lying to him the way that he did. Now, to my main issue. But the rest of the story plays out as though Gary's the bad guy. There was not enough showing, almost everything here was told like in a looooong summary.
Needless to say, I was not impressed. The dialogue between the characters was stilted at times, and none of them seemed to have their own voices. It works, but when Gary finds out what Ryan's done, he angrily accuses Ryan of dishonesty and breaks up with him. The two are marvelously compatible, and everything is going along great. It's hard to believe this was a story at all.
Can he get Gary back? But I kinda felt like Gary deserved better. To keep Jock away from Gary, Ryan matches Jock up with someone else. His dark side comes to the fore, and he crashes Colin's surprise birthday and succeeds in charming Colin back into his life. From the beginning, he is a manipulator who uses his position to get what he wants. Nobody Ryan's friends and work partner can believe that Gary would walk out on Ryan they way that he did. Everyone thinks that Gary is the jerk, and that he's taking things too seriously, and why can't he understand that Ryan only did all this because he truly cares about him and just wants him that badly? Maybe I expected too much from such a short story. First, I have to admit, that there was potential with this story -- it could have been interesting.
Colin is a flight instructor and a daredevil stunt pilot. Can he get Gary back? Or will his latest scheming only lead to more trouble? I had to skim some parts while some I just skipped. How can Ryan get Gary back? All throughout the story, Ryan never acknowledges that what he did was wrong -- he always feels justified. Todd is determined to get Colin back and comes up with a plan he hopes will succeed. The love interests really don't have any chemistry. Follow along as Slade indoctrinates Tanner into the joys and wonders of gay sex, and agonize with the two of them as Tanner decides how to handle his ex-wife's threats to deprive him of his daughter. Maybe I was reading too much into it.