I almost died not literally, of course and squeed my pants a little. This time around, the two men start out in different locales due to work and other commitments. But, true professional that he is, he takes it in stride as best he can. Kowalski and Kohn meet Miro at the airport to deliver some bad news from their boss, the incredibly amazing Sam Kage who steals every scene he ever appears in.
Which is probably better than what would happen if Ian got to them first. You also get reunited with one of my favorite characters—Chickie, the mutant werewolf dog. I love Chickie. While the story is sweet at points, there is also some very hard feelings at others. Harsh words are spoken from both ends, and the outcome is in serious doubt. Both men have valid points, but can either be right? This is a roller coaster ride. Something he did that could have cost him his life. Upset that he could do such a thing.
The past plays a large part in the present for this story. Things that should have stayed buried have a way of resurfacing.
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I can't find enough words to express how utterly awesome this was to read. I'm emotionally exhausted from the range of feelings that Mary Calmes wrote into this story. Miro and Ian became my favorites from their very first book. Miro is a much more nuanced character than those she's written before. He's still a clothes-horse, but there were no pea coats in this one!
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There were awesome shoes and some great suits though. So yes, her trademarks were present but Miro, and Ian, have such a different dynamic and the dialogue and emotions feel much more complex than couples from prior books. So much happens in this story and what a fun ride it was, even when I was tearing up and tearing my hair out!
We get to see and hear a little from well-loved characters from other books and even a little crossover, with special appearances. Ian and Miro are also still trying to find balance in their life together and it's not always sunshine and roses. Not anymore. Mitch returned for three reasons: to raise his sons where he grew up, to move his furniture business and encourage it to thrive, and to win Hagen back. Years away made it perfectly clear the young man he loved in high school is the only one for him.
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The problem? He left town and they have not talked since. They could have a new chance at love Then again, you never know. Account Options Sign in. Top Charts. New Arrivals. Tied Up in Knots. Mary Calmes September 16, More by Mary Calmes See more. Fit to Be Tied. Mary Calmes. Old Loyalty, New Love. L'Ange: Book One When jackal shifter Quade Danas was banished from his pack for being gay, he spent years in the military escaping his father's prejudice before returning to civilian life as a bodyguard for Roman Howell, the teenage son of a very rich man.
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He's wonderfully flawed - he's perfect. So I can easily say I enjoyed this book and I may even incur traffic fines as I rush home to listen to the audio for the first time.
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Can't wait. Tristan James brings so many of these men to life - I can't praise his work enough. As to this third installment ebook the author really delivered. Just wonderful. And I do believe Ms. Calmes said there would be one more and I can see that happening from what happened in this book.
Happy happy joy joy. So if you're a fan of the series and you gave a poor review - read the book again, it reveals a little more of its charms with each reading. For me this one wasn't an easy read.. I could see how much it all cost Miro and I was thinking - Is Ian worth it? Which was basically what Miro was thinking but it took him long enough to say it to himself and out loud. Choosing Ian not only as a partner but as a lover when he is more away than present makes it difficult especially when he has so many things to deal with - like the PTSD from the torture he went through in the previous book.
In a way everything is at it was before, they are still partners, still best friends, working together and now living together, but Miro is struggling to make his life his own when he feels like he is living from Ian's one deployment to the next. Missing Ian like crazy and needing him to actually be able to sleep a whole night.
Ian doesn't want to give up being a Special Forces but in a way we start to see his resolve crumbling when he realizes how much it costs not only Miro but himself. Though there's a lot going on with Miro with another very hard to read episode of Dr.
Hartley would you believe even HE has is limits to who he won't harm? It's time for Miro to learn a bit more about his partner and lover though nothing can surprise him. He knows what he needs about who Ian IS, so even if Ian feels ashamed of some of the stuff, he has nothing to worry about from Miro. This book as was the other ones is FILLED with so many side characters I'm at times thrown off the loop, especially since some of them are from other books and series by Mary and though I've read most of her books, I can't say I remember all of them, especially when it's just a name dropped without a real reference to who that person is or anything special about him.
After all I'm reading A LOT and so there are sure to be similar names from different authors and I'm not that good with names as it is.. This book was MAJOR for Miro and Ian, but it's exactly what made me like it less because what I was seeing Miro deal with and the little Ian was there made me want to punch Ian in the face and not care about the consequences!