Three years ago, Jory Harcourt changed his name and shut the door on a past full of pain, only to emerge stronger on the other side. He has a new career, a great working partner, and a satisfying life - except for the hole in his chest left behind when police Detective Sam Kage walked out with his heart.
Now Sam's back and he knows what he wants... and what he wants is Jory. Jory, who doesn't know if he can survive another breakup or losing Sam to his dangerous job, resists returning to the arms of the only man he has ever truly loved. But when a serial killer with a score to settle targets Jory, he will have to decide if love is worth the danger as he tries to solve the case and keep Sam safe.
Don't miss A Matter of Time, Volume 1 (Books One and Two)
©2011 Mary Calmes (P)2013 Mary Calmes
Perfectly enjoyable for fans of Calmes' Matter of Time series.
What was WITH the bizarre faux-Texas accent Mr. Morey gave Dane?! I'm sorry to say, it was AWFUL. Seriously, distractingly awful. I've listened to a good portion of the other books in this series, and though I know each reader gives their own spin, none of the other titles/readers even hint at a drawl for Dane. Struck me as being very out of character - a Good Ol' Boy Dane is not. Unless there's a detail I'm not remembering from when I initially read the books?
J.Loves2Read From Alpha Book Club
Love Sam Kage & Jory they are a great couple - great narration. Intriguing series.
Its the Ultimate over the top gay for you story with insane drama and High running feelings. Love the characters and especially jory. But i Think you will either love it or really hate it depending On whether you like the stories to be fairytales or not - because this story is a Never Ending fairytale about a very gay Young man Who gets into seriously screwed up situations and always manages to get out On top. And get the very butch beautiful, so not gay until he meets him, cop On top of it all. This is the second audiobook in this series by the Way and are not ment to stand alone.
I was really tired of hearing how hot and sexy Jory was and how EVERY guy wanted him in his bed. It got really old fast. The series was just ok for a gay romance series. My favorite m/m romance series is Cut & Run by Abigail Roux (and another author until I think the 4th book were Abi continues the series.)
fun, enjoyable, good
matter of time series all good love Jory and Sam and Dane, all the series is good
wouldn't it good as it is
It'a a great escape - especially if you enjoy great, artful writing from an author who isn't afraid to use college level vocabulary.
No! But I still love it!
I would not compare it to any! It's original!
No...first time but he was good!
Will listen again!!!
Sam because he knew what he wanted and just went head first for it....
SAM!! if you read the book you would know why... he is so sexy!
If you like m/m then this series is for you I would recommend reading in order..
I probably would, though Mr. Morey's voice left much to be desired as all of the characters all sounded the same.
Depends on the characters.
I felt the repetitive and annoying almost S&M relationship between Jory and Sam was a bit too far of a stretch, especially in the beginning of Volume 2. I couldn't get past the "your're gonna take me back" as it went on and on and on. Where was the story?
"More of the same!"
Volume 2 is as good as the first volume with the same whit and pathos - the characters are developing nicely and you feel like spending time with old friends. Paul Morey continues to breathe life into the characterisations.
"Finished, but it was a bit of a struggle"
Firstly, I know it's escapist fiction. And the main character wants to be 'dominated' but this book really does step over the edge in places where repeated 'no' is ignored. And, yes, I've read other stories where people change their mind in the heat of passion, but this made me really, really uncomfortable in places. If you've ever had an emotionally manipulative partner then this book isn't for you as you'll be hoping that Jory just walks away and tells Sam where to go.
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