A crippling knee injury forced Elliot Mills to trade in his FBI badge for dusty chalkboards and bored college students. Now a history professor at Puget Sound University, the former agent has put his old life behind him, but it seems his old life isn't finished with him.
A young man has gone missing from campus and as a favor to a family friend, Elliot agrees to do a little sniffing around. His investigations bring him face-to-face with his former lover, Tucker Lance, the special agent handling the case.
Things ended badly with Tucker, and neither man is ready to back down on the fight that drove them apart. But they have to figure out a way to move beyond their past and work together as more men go missing and Elliot becomes the target in a killer's obsessive game....
©2010 Josh Lanyon (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
This is a great murder/mystery. The author focused on the making of a great story as opposed to writing another gay romp through the sheets, which was a great relief since the publisher is Harlequin I had my reservations. The story is well paced and holds interest up until the last word is spoken. Ray Ramano does an excellent job with narration. Very satisfying; this book was well worth the money.
I really enjoyed the storyline and plot of the novel. It was a good listen and a good length. The performance was a little too deadpan. Ray Ramano gave the characters very little emotion and didn't alter his voice with the changes in mood. Overall a good book that would be made better with a more enthused reader.
I love this novel especially the story line. Also the relationship aspect is very unpredictable. Definitely worth reading. Also the narrator does a good job and keeps the listener excited!
Josh Lanyon is one of my go-to authors, and Ray Ramano as the narrator has yet to really disappoint me. When I got to the end of this book though, I had no trouble moving on to another. I didn't hate it or love it, I just thought it was fine-just-fine. This is mostly because it's not often that I like a gay romance novel and yet don't care whether or not the leading men get together. The mystery/suspense is good. Elliot and Tucker were pretty good characters on their own. Yet, at the end of the book when the mystery was solved and it was time to wrap up the romance, I didn't really care too much. These two men seem great in bed, but the emotional aspect, the 'relationship' was a stretch. I didn't buy that they were in love. I think they both just missed the sex when they were apart. In the end, they could have convincingly carried on as even-closer now-friends with benefit. Nothing wrong with that. So, two stars lost, because the gay romance shouldn't have to be padded to be convincing. Overall though, a solid read. Go for it!
This was my first audio book and I have to admit I was initially skeptical on whether I would enjoy the experience. The beginning was a bit hard to get into but once the story unfolded, I could not take the ear-bobs out! The characters of Tucker Lance and Elliot Mills were relatable and I became engrossed with their story. This was a great first experience. The story was engaging and the narrator did a good job in expressing emotion through his voice. And being a hopeless romantic, the book ended just as I thought it should with a surprise twist. Excellent First Experience and am already enjoying the next book...
The story is entertaining throughout most of book. However the reading leaves a LOT to be desired. The tone of the reader is often very flat and very out of sync with the storyline.
A decent way to pass a long drive but not worth the $18.
Yes. I am a fan of Lanyon . He doesn't disappoint .
It was a great mystery and love story. The relationship between the two men was highly believeable and the mystery was very interesting. I enjoy mystery and action and this book had both.
There were two moments, the first was when Elliot was being unexpectedly shot at and Tucker came to the rescue and the other was when Elliot walked in and found his neighbor dead in his bed. These two incidents were not the only good moments in the book but I don't do spoilers, although those two scenes could be considered too much info! The relationship dynamic between Elliot and his father is also very interesting.
This was a first listening to Ray Ramano and I thought the performance was very good.
It is hard to say, Elliot, Tucker and all of the support characters. The story is written so smoothly that each character is fleshed out pretty well.
This is a gay mystery.
Could have used a little more variance in narrators expressiveness but I still really enjoyed the experience.
Loved this story, Josh Lanyon makes his stories come alive without overkill. I have most of his books on my Kendle, wish more would come out in audio.
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