Malkis It was so hot when K. This was my first Rowan Speedwell book and I enjoyed the story and writing. Jul 18, Awilk -never sleeps- rated it really liked it Shelves: One thing bothering me though is that I wish I would have had a bit more time with Josh and Eli together as a couple outside of just the chemistry drawing them in. This was not a fast paced story. Eli is a man used to working with watsr animals, and he knows despair and a crushed spirit when he sees one.
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Shelves: cowboys , cops-pis-bodyguards , abused-characters , loved , funny , angst , kids-and-family-stuff , criminal-crime , hot-hot-hot , coming-out Okay, so this book has gotten mixed review. I can see why. But, for me, this book was beautiful. A lot of this is not just romance, but recovery. Sounds cheesy. And it is.
The story is simple, when put together. But reading it, there are a lot of details in the story. Josh is an ex-FBI Okay, so this book has gotten mixed review. Josh is an ex-FBI agent. He moves to his uncles farm after rehab. He was undercover for three years. During that time he saw a lot of bad things. Things that he would rather forget. His uncle, Tucker, was such a good person for Josh to be staying with.
He was clueless most of the time. There is an attraction between Josh and Eli straight away almost. Eli just wants to help him. That attraction leads to some lovely scenes and some difficult scenes. But I never felt like the characters had no connection. Their connection was strong and partly, I think it was because neither man rushed into anything. The romance was well built, and it filled out enough of the book.
There are some scenes you can laugh at. Others that are no laughing matter. But it all blended well together. For a book to have a scene like that, it automatically becomes a 5 star book. It was just so sexy.
Hell, romantic even. The jealousy was good, it showed how much both men cared. And Tuck? He had some funny lines that had me chuckling.
I think a sequel would be nice, but not needed. Still, I would be happy to see these characters again. Highly recommended.
Love, Like Water
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