Lowell Cartwright's life as a mercenary problem solver has taken its toll, and after one more difficult job, he wants out. For help, he turns to Bull, a soldier of fortune turned club owner - not exactly a friend, but the best chance Lowell has. He visits Bull's club to scope it out and meets Jeremy Hodgson. The twink captures his attention in a big way. Bull tells Lowell to stay away from the club until he decides whether he can help, so Lowell stays in town. When he spots Jeremy passed out on the floor of a convenience store, he goes to Jeremy's aid.
Lowell piques Jeremy's interest immediately, pushing all the right buttons. Then, when Jeremy needs help, Lowell's kindness turns interest into something more.
But trouble comes knocking when Jeremy's place is bugged. Maybe Lowell's past is catching up to him, or maybe the danger centers on Jeremy's roommate Tristan's mysterious boyfriend. Whatever the source of the problem, the future Lowell and Jeremy hope for doesn't stand a chance unless they can find a way to protect themselves.
©2014 Andrew Grey (P)2015 Dreamspinner Press
What really got to me in a bad way was the same issue I had with Zach previously: Jeremy, too, thinks he knows best and bullies his love interest when the other guy only wants to protect him and even explains that it’s a matter of significant danger.I was annoyed by the Zach, who I didn't enjoyed in Inside Out. In this book, he was so over the top aggressive towards Lowell. Lowell won my heart, that's all there is to it.
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