Messa in moto

  • Title: Messa in moto
  • Author: Josh Lanyon Mariolina Sari
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  • Page: 271
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Messa in moto Terreno pericoloso vol Will si finalmente deciso a portare Taylor a casa per fargli conoscere i parenti Per sfortuna non tutti i membri della famiglia Brandt amano Taylor come lo ama Will Inoltre no
    Terreno pericoloso vol 5 Will si finalmente deciso a portare Taylor a casa per fargli conoscere i parenti Per sfortuna non tutti i membri della famiglia Brandt amano Taylor come lo ama Will Inoltre non tutti amano i Brandt Infatti qualcuno ha un conto in sospeso con loro tanto peggio se ex agenti del Dipartimento di Sicurezza Diplomatica si trovano sulla traiettor Terreno pericoloso vol 5 Will si finalmente deciso a portare Taylor a casa per fargli conoscere i parenti Per sfortuna non tutti i membri della famiglia Brandt amano Taylor come lo ama Will Inoltre non tutti amano i Brandt Infatti qualcuno ha un conto in sospeso con loro tanto peggio se ex agenti del Dipartimento di Sicurezza Diplomatica si trovano sulla traiettoria quando le pallottole cominciano a fischiare.

    • Messa in moto by Josh Lanyon Mariolina Sari
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      Published :2019-09-27T04:40:30+00:00

    About Josh Lanyon Mariolina Sari


    1. Bestselling author of over sixty titles of classic Male Male fiction featuring twisty mystery, kickass adventure and unapologetic man on man romance, JOSH LANYON has been called arguably the single most influential voice in m m romance today Granted, that was yesterday.Today Josh s work has been translated into nine languages The FBI thriller Fair Game was the first male male title to be published by Harlequin Mondari, the largest romance publisher in Italy The Adrien English series was awarded the 2nd Annual All Time Favorite Male Male Couple by the M M Group Josh is an Eppie Award winner, a four time Lambda Literary Award finalist for Gay Mystery, and the first ever recipient of the Favorite M M Author Lifetime Achievement award Josh is married and lives in Southern California.


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    1. 3 stars. Review posted January 5, 2014Will and Taylor are independent contractors now and their business hasn't gotten off the ground yet. After a screwed up job, Will wants to drive to his dad to see his brother Grant while he's home on leave. Will's sexual orientation isn't exactly a secret but his father never met Taylor before and Grant is not aware that his brother is gay. It's time to lay it on the line and Will wants Taylor to come home with him. The story takes it from there.He dressed i [...]

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    2. 2.5 starsWell, this was underwhelming.I have never been a fan of this series -- there is something in Will and Taylor relationship that just makes me feel indifferent about them. But, I loved the previous book (the only one in the series that I gave 4-stars to), so I was hoping that this one was going to be good as well. Alas, it was just blah.The beginning was slow and boring -- I was tired with the same ol' issues between the two guys. Then there was this plot with the WITSEC guy, conflict wi [...]

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    3. 2.5 starsI think Josh Lanyon books are a treat. I love to be able to just…get in there and consume his writing. I don’t always love the stories or the endings or the shortness of most of them…but there’s no doubt he’s one of my ‘go to’ favorite authors.Kick Startnda sucked.Sorry.It was boring. It added nothing to the series It was a waste of words. It was a waste of Lanyon’s TIME! I wish he’d spent it writing something else. Urgh. I’m actually a fan’ish of the Dangerous Gro [...]

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    4. Please just ignore me I'm clearly in the minority here, but even after five books I could not completely warm up to the main characters and the series in general. It was okay, no more, no less.

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    5. 4 StarsI don't know if my mood has simply improved or what, but this series has gotten so much better as it goes along! Will and Taylor are solid. They've left the DSS and have started their own private security firm or, at least, they are trying to. They are adjusting to this new life away from the dangers and strains of their previous government agency jobs as best they can, and although their current circumstances are new and uncertain, they are definitely more certain about the strength of t [...]

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    6. Homecoming. It was never sweeter.The fifth installment in the Dangerous Ground series.This review will contain spoilers.I recently finished reading up on the first four books in this series, and let me tell you, they get better the further into the series you get. Maybe it’s because I develop an emotional attachment to Lanyon characters so easily. I don’t know what it is, but I was not disappointed.WritingIf you know me or have ever read any of my reviews then you’ll know that I essentiall [...]

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    7. Written September 11, 20143.7 Stars - Full speed in Will's old home town with family tangles, nasty villains and sweet tender loveBook #5The fifth part in the Dangerous Ground series was a nice 4:20 hours long enjoying listening. This was maybe not the best part, but still a good one and worth every minute of my time. ***********************************************************Two charming 'real' guys I enjoy to meet every timeDangerous Ground is a short books series about Taylor MacAllister and [...]

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    8. ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*A annoyed reviewer*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱We're back with Special Agents Taylor ‘Tay’ MacAllister (33) andWilliam ‘Will’ Brandt (31). We finally got to know Will's age; I had thought he'd be older than Taylor Took a damn long time, 5 freaking books in fact, before we got to know this fact. Taylor and Will have now been a couple for 2 years and it's time for Will's family to know about him and Taylor. Yes, Will's family don't know he's gay, nor do they know about Taylor. I w [...]

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    9. ~ ~ ~Oh dear, I think Kick Start needed a kick in the butt. It was so close, almost there each time and then it fell out. -We almost had excitement at the very beginning - Disconnected. -We almost had sex, twice - Frustrating. -We almost wrapped it in a nice bow - Anticlimactic. (To be fair, there is a fine sex sceneeventually.)I blame a large part of my problem with this book in the fact that I haven’t read about Will and Taylor since June of 2012 and somewhere along the way I’ve lost a bit [...]

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    10. wow, oh wowrandom searching on GR and i find out about 3, yup 3 lanyon new releases in 10 minutes!!!!*happy dance*

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    11. This book left me with a few questions!Who the hell likes fishing?Why is there always a truck full of rednecks? What's wrong with a sensible coupe?And why in the hell is Taylor with Will? He could do so much better! You should really kick him to the curb!I'm keeping a spot warm for you! :D

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    12. This was so poor and the price of this book was extortionate for a novella.I understand that Josh Lanyon has been on a break of some sorts. I enjoyed Haunted Heights a lot. This was beyond horrible, don't get me wrong it might be the ONLY book the author has written that isn't an Adrien English two-point gazillion. It's also one of the weakest books the author has written.I feel like I missed something and maybe I need to re-read book #4 (then again the horribleness of this book - I don't see th [...]

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    13. AudibleAs always, Josh Lanyon's books comfort me. This series is not an exception and it worked its magic on me. Kick Start was just what I needed today. A sweet romantic conclusion to this lovely series. I'm going to miss Will and Taylor. The couple had grown on me throughout their journey together and I would love to see them again soon. A special thank you to the narrator Adrian Bisson who has made this experience unforgettable for me. It was amazing!

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    14. **Review of Audio Version**I bought the ebook version of this installment, the 5th part in Lanyon's Dangerous Ground series, but I noticed it was on sale on Audible so picked up the audio version as well, and ended up listening to it before reading it.How was the story? Overall, it was a fun outing for Will and Taylor, not out of government service and forging their own path as independent security consultants (and struggling a little bit with finances.) The bulk of the novella is them traveling [...]

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    15. This was just a big blah. Sorry, it just was really bad, boring and didn’t feel up to par with Lanyon I used to read. I mean I loved Will and Taylor initially. Two friends who are partners in the law enforcement field share loads of sexual tension and angst. I ate the first few books up, but it seemed that the author was determined to keep having David Bradley play this ridiculous part in Will and Taylor’s relationship and have Will continuously question their relationship until it grew tire [...]

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    16. AudibleI really don't know if I would have love the series so much if I had read it and not listened to it.I have to confess that I put the first book of the series more than once aside myself, something was missing here and I couldn't get into. BUTBut Adrian Bisson narrated it so perfectly, so goood! I'm totally completely utterly IN LOVE with Taylor and Will! And I can imagine to listen to it more than once. Oh, I'll sure do it more than once!From now on Adrian Bisson belongs to my favourite n [...]

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    17. Kick Start, the fifth book in the Dangerous Ground series, brings some (all being relative) respite to Will and Taylor's lives, from both work-related and personal suspense and (mis)adventures, and delves deeper into the relationship between these beloved characters.Will and Taylor are having a difficult time getting their freelance gig off the ground which causes some friction, however, circumstances allow them to take a short vacation and visit Will's family. The suspense is there on the backg [...]

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    18. OMG where is book 6?????These books rock

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    19. Kick Start is the fifth installment of the Dangerous Ground series and I couldn’t wait to meet Taylor and Will again. As it’s been a long while since the previous book, I had some trouble getting into the story. However, after reading the first few chapters, it felt like I had never left the guys. After leaving the Diplomatic Services Taylor and Will have some problems starting their own private security business. Living and working together is a new challenge as well and on top of that Will [...]

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    20. This series gets better and better. I wish each book was longer, but I love how Taylor &Will' s relationship develops with each instalment.

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    21. I listened to the audiobook and really enjoyed it. Not my favourite JL couple but the story comes alive with the narration and makes this book and the entire series thoroughly enjoyable.

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    22. Oh these boys. I have to say I like them a lot. They are undoubtably alpha tough and taciturn. But when it comes to each other, their tender thoughts and emotions are disquieting and impactful. I like how they've both matured, each more aware of the other's feelings and putting their own wants second. Their new future may be unsure but not their love. "As long as we're together, we're okay. And if we're okay, then really everything is ok." Sigh.

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    23. Okay I'm completely changing my review of this one after my third re-read (or in this case re-listen-to). Right now I'm thinking this might be my favorite Dangerous Ground story dayum, that scene with Will and Taylor right after their fishing trip, and Taylor gets all submissive and needy, yep, that so works for me.So here's hoping for #6 as soon as possible :)Still giving Adrian Bisson 4 stars for the best Will and Taylor going!

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    24. EDIT: Apparently I was wrong and this was NOT the final book of the series. So, just replace the word 'final' with 'transitional' in my review. The rating stays the same, because the plot lines I mentioned still didn't go anywhere, at least not in this book. And I feel that at least one of them should have.3.5 starsThere was nothing really wrong with this book. I was glad to read about Taylor and Will again. I always enjoy Lanyon's writing and that was true for this book as well.But, Kick Start [...]

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    25. I love Lanyon. I didn't love this. 2.75 stars, rounded up to 3 (I usually round down, but in all fairness, it's not a 2-star book).There will probably be mixed opinions about this book. Many people love this series and in particular, love Will and Taylor. I don't feel that way about this series and I'm ambivalent about the characters, and that, undoubtedly, colors my view. Still, I think this was a thoughtful look at where Will and Taylor are in the relationship, but I also thought the pacing wa [...]

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    26. I really enjoy Will and Taylor and enjoyed this book a lotuntil it ended 20 pages (or more) too early. I get that this isn't the end of the series so there can be some loose ends but it didn't feel like a cohesive whole - even if this whole was only one part of a greater whole. It left me going "huh?" and clicking around like my kindle had malfunctioned. Generally, Lanyon's pacing within both a given book and within a series as a whole is impeccable so I am not really sure what happened here. I [...]

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    27. I love Taylor and Will. Meeting Will's family gave some insight into him that had been lacking throughout. This story was lighter on the mystery plot than the first four, but the outdoor sex scene more than made up for it. That was one of the steamiest I've ever read-AWESOMELY hot. Damn! Too bad their sweet afterglow got interrupted by gun shots, but that's Taylor and Will's life for ya. It looks like this is the end of the series perhaps? Not sure, but I'd love to read more if Mr. Lanyon decide [...]

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    28. This was not what I expected. It was too light, too little, not compelling. The fact that I like the two heroes, Will and Taylor, was not enough to make me like the book. I only finished it because I really like the guys.

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    29. What happened to Josh Lanyon and who the hell wrote this? This is just a way lower quality then I would expect from Lanyon. First the opening scene is confusing as hell and not gripping at all. And I still don't know how Will ended up on the roof of a car speeding down an alley. Did he jump from a building into it? Surely he couldn't be just standing on the ground and jump that high and precise to land on the roof in a narrow alley. It's really boring. Lots of mundane details with no real point. [...]

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    30. Blurb: Will and Taylor have left the Diplomatic Services and are starting their own security consultancy, but it isn't all caviar and champagne starting a new business, becoming business partners, and life partners. Throw family dynamics into mix as well and you have a great set up for the next chapter in our dynamic duo's new life. What I enjoy about a Josh Lanyon story is his ability to actually write a story and not rely on gimmicks like frequent action sequences, gratuitous sex, or continual [...]

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