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In this second installment in the Tyler Jamison and Ian Alexander romantic suspense series, Tyler and Ian face their greatest challenge yet.

Homicide detective Tyler Jamison is facing the unthinkable - a prison sentence for beating the man who assaulted Ian. But that's only the beginning of their troubles, because when Ian's younger sister goes missing, Tyler risks everything to save the sister of the man he loves.

©2021 April E Barnswell (P)2021 April E Barnswell

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  • Au global
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  • suedog
  • 2021-07-23

Great Series

I love this book and the first. Tyler and Ian are so sweet. I did get made Tyler had to go to jail and loses his job for doing a good Dead but I love him and Ian so it was worth the read.

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  • Jay
  • 2021-07-09

Great Love Story

Excellent read about the Love each Man has for the other Man. Very nice story

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  • RomanceBookworm
  • 2021-06-15

So not what I expected

Definitely not what I expected. While the story was an overall pleasant surprise, I do like my romance somewhat cut and dry. This story had some unexpected twist and I am honestly not sure how I feel about it. As always though, the narration was simply amazing from these two.

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  • Nova
  • 2021-06-11

Awesome!!

Love this series.
Really great story and Outstanding Narration.
Jack DuPont and J. F. Harding are SO, so smoking HOT together. Kinda Need to listen to the first book so you know what's going on. well worth the credit and your time to listen. So Enjoyable!

  • Au global
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  • Nicole
  • 2021-06-08

Pretty Good Follow up Book

I love how this book just follows up on the first one without missing a beat.
Thank you April Wilson for using the same narration team - they are excellent together. I just love how Jack DuPont's interpretation of Tyler is so 1950ish private eye sounding... JF Harding is always excellent, especially in a dual narration setting.

I really liked how this book seemed so realistic - I mean in real life not everything works out ideally and why should it always in books - kudos to April Wilson for some much appreciated realism without saturating the book with it.

I will definitely revisit this book and my much loved book one - Seems like there might be a path to a longer series, without having to write cliffhanger in either book - again KUDOS to April Wilson for having some integrity not to "sucker" readers in to sequels but relying on just good plain story writing.

Highly recommend both novels.

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  • Me
  • 2021-06-05

Narrators can make or break a story. These to make the story even better than it is just on the page.

I listen to a lot of books. A lot!! And most of the time the books are just entertaining enough to keep my ride tolerable. But sometimes I get to listen to an amazing book that I just can’t wait to get back into my car just so I can continue it. This is one of those books. I’ve read and listened to all of April Wilson’s books and this has to be my favorite. The narrators bring this amazing story to life. They couldn’t have found better voices for Tyler and Ian.

*spoilers* the only issue I have, that has nothing to do with the narrators. Is that Ian whines a little too much in this book. Just a tad. He did in the last book, but this time was a bit much. Not enough for me to dislike him, or the story, but enough for me to notice.
Also, no consequences for the sexual harassment brad turner does doesn’t sit well with me. Threatening Ian to have sex with him or he’ll turn Tyler in is illegal. But it is not addressed. AT ALL

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  • C. Engen
  • 2021-06-03

Great performance of a mostly good book

I loved the first book in this series and have listened to it countless times. The narrators couldn’t be better, and I love the characters. This book is less plausible than the first. There are just too many things that go “right” that shouldn’t... and not realistic-enough consequences, threads left hanging.


**SPOILERS**

I really struggle with the simultaneous look-down-at BDSM while Tyler’s straight up violence is somehow justified. I don’t know that I think a real-life Jameson would be good news for Ian at all. Ian is a bit too “doe-eyed”, maybe. I don’t know that we can count on Ian to be a good advocate for himself, or Jameson to face that there might be something wrong with his behavior when Ian is too busy apologizing for things he feels are his fault. A fully functioning, healthy Ian (which he may not be yet) should tell Jameson it’s not okay to throw a glass against the wall, or to choke another man, even one that hurt him. Jameson has training - there’s no excuse for brutality.

If there were to be a third book, I would hope that there would be some consequence for Jameson’s last late night visit, and enough personal growth for both of them to confront his issues with violence.