In the beginning, Detective Andrew Carmichael and paramedic Nick Swain barely escaped Nick's delusional stalker with their lives. Now, months later, the physical scars haven't quite healed, and neither have the emotional ones.
Lingering guilt and resentment threaten to tear their relationship apart, but Andrew isn't ready to give up. He's nearly lost Nick once, and he's not giving him up this time without a fight.
In a last ditch effort to keep them together, Andrew suggests a weekend away, but is that enough time to find a reason to keep their relationship alive?
Or is it time to let Nick walk away?
©2014 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt (P)2016 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt
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1 out of 5 stars
By Ben on 02-03-16

If you loved book 1 skip this one

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.

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.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Linda Barr on 10-11-17

Perfect Story

Each installment follows the plot to the reasonable end, which I believe is yet to come.

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