This was such an exciting book when they weren't having unnecessary dialogue. It probably could've been shorter but overall really great. You get t..Show More »o a small glimpse of the life of a paramedic and the hard decisions they have to make. It's filled with those decisions that make you say you are damned if you do and damned if you don't. It's a must buy though. Just be patient for some parts.
I won't lie, I had a part of this little mystery figured out from the beginning but this story was so entertaining there were moments I believed I wa..Show More »s listening to an episode of Criminal Minds, CSI, or Graceland except with a gay twist. Loved it!
Repetitive, redundant and boring. I don't know why this was even published. The first book by L.A. Witt that I haven't loved. Very disappointing. ..Show More »/> I loved the first book in the series, and even though book 2 is missing, I bought this with great expectations. I wish I hadn't, it spoiled the memories of the first book. There is a gap, of course, without the second book. I don't know why that one was skipped. But this book is very simple. The stress of the way book 1 ended, and presumably whatever happened in book 2, has caused the lovers to become guilt-ridden and bitter, fighting all the time and on the point of either breaking up or sorting it out. They each think about this, discuss it, and don't discuss it, then have sex. The sex is amazing (to them). Repeat ad nauseam.
Each time they get together they kiss, as they never have before; look at each other as they never had before; shiver etc. I don't know why a whole book was thought necessary. There is about 2 pages worth of content that is just over-described and repeated.
The first book I listened to in one day. Even though it is so short, I struggled to finish this one at all, and only did so in case there was a twist at the end. I'm not sure what was more boring, the tedious angst or the endless sex. Either way, I'm returning this one.