- The Way Things Can Happen — ERIN JOHNSON
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- The Way Things Are Isn’t The Way Things Have To Be
Ken and Patrick are drawn to one another. Over the next few weeks Ken handles both Patrick and Jay on a professional level. But when they are finally allowed to be together sparks fly! I loved this book. It had a great story line. It had mystery, suspense, romance, steamy sex, and it was funny too. The MC's had a good chemistry. I especially loved the relationship Patrick and his son had.
The Way Things Can Happen — ERIN JOHNSON
It also had Corbin, Patrick's out an proud, and just a bit flamboyant best friend. He was an awesome secondary character. I would love to see him get a book. I had to keep turning the pages to see what would happen next!
2. They Attend Various Courses
I only have 1 complaint, really.. I wish it had an epilogue. There were questions left unresolved. I want to know where these 3 guys go. I want to know what the future holds for them of course if we get a book for Corbin, maybe we will find out Aug 09, Dee Wy rated it it was amazing Shelves: m-m , m-m-contemporary , mystery-suspense , children , audio. Patrick and his son Jay were such interesting characters and their story was slowly revealed throughout the book.
Jay's obsession with his drawings and graffiti were an unusual plot point and I loved learning what it meant for him. Patrick should win a father-of-the-year award for his patience, love and concern for his son. When Ken came into Patrick's life it was fun to watch the two of them dance around each 4. When Ken came into Patrick's life it was fun to watch the two of them dance around each other and then develop a relationship.
No long detailed love scenes were needed to show the reader how these two felt about each other. I'm all for hot love scenes there were a few short ones , but it was great to see an author get the message and feelings across without depending on the sex scenes. Patrick's fascinating job as a longshoreman and crane operator was a special bonus for me, and a touch of mystery added even more interest. I listened to this story straight through on audio and really enjoyed every minute.
Some folks have had trouble with the audio narrator, but I thought he did a fine job and noticed no problems while listening. I'd recommend the story for those looking for a sweet, believable romance and characters you will come to care about. Feb 09, DaisyGirl rated it really liked it Shelves: i-own , m-m , genre-romance , romance-contemp , angsty , romance-suspense. If it had been the weekend, I would've finished it. That's important to me because it means I became quickly engrossed in the story and it held my attention all the way through.
It pissed me off. It wasn't enough to make me dislike the book or not recommend it but 3. It wasn't enough to make me dislike the book or not recommend it but it definitely irked me. I didn't like the way things played out with Ken and his family, which was disappointing and irritated me. Bottom line: Riveted but the ending was a bit of a downer. Jan 06, Kathleen rated it it was ok. Not the author for me. I rarely knew whether it was night or day, and it was very difficult to determine quickly how much time passed between chapters. The world building was weak, the prose mediocre, and the mid-book sex scene was so long I had to skip pages between rolling my eyes.
Not my cuppa. Feb 09, Chrissy M rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m , audiobook. This book was so good for my mood when I read it moths ago, it have something unique in the story that makes me finished in just a day so I really really enjoyed it. I'm totally hating the mystery aspect. Maybe I'll come back later.
The Way Things Are Isn’t The Way Things Have To Be
Oct 01, Annika rated it liked it Shelves: audio , romance , law-enforcement , contemporary , mm , read , abuse , artists. Audiobook review 3,5 stars This book has been on my TBR list for quite some time, but I never got around to reading it there was always something else shiny stealing my attention. When I noticed that it had also been released into audio quite some time ago there really were no excuses left, I was listening to this book.
Patrick Connelly is gay and has always been gay. But a druken night when he was ninteen resulted in a son. A son he loves more than anything, and would do anything for. Only Jay get's himself in trouble - a l Audiobook review 3,5 stars This book has been on my TBR list for quite some time, but I never got around to reading it there was always something else shiny stealing my attention.
Only Jay get's himself in trouble - a lot. He can't seem to keep from being arrested time and again. Hoping to break the pattern bad habits Patrick decides to move them from New York and back to Seattle where he grew up. True to form though, they haven't even finished unpacking when Jay is arrested again for tagging and lands himself a probation officer determined to see to it that Jay stays out of trouble. Ken Atkins has seen it all, but when the file of his new parolee lands on his desk he's sure there has been some mistake.
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The kid is only fourteen, but has a rap sheet rivaling carreer criminal in length. When he finds out that the reason he can't get ahold of the kids father is because he too has been arrested he figures he's in for some tough times. And there was tough times ahead - but not for the reason he might think. There was two storylines in this book, two good storylines I might add.
The only problem was that they didn't really go together. First you have the relationship part of the story, the starting over, getting Jay on the right track, helping him to understand and move on from past trauma. Both Patrick and Ken helping him, supporting him. Patrick and Ken's instant attraction, and fighting that attraction as long as Ken is still Jay's probation officer. Following their budding relationship, their falling in love.
dualportkpicgie.tk That's all part of the one story and it works really well. Then there is the mystery part of the story, Patrick breaking up an assault and getting arrested for it , finding a dead body and all the trouble that ensues.
I love that part too, it's another great story. The only problem is that both stories feel incomplete. Neither really got the time to shine, had enough space to be fully explored. It felt too superficial for my tastes and I do think that if these stories had been made into two separate ones they would have been so much better. There wold have been more time and space to develop the stories and the characters more. To make you connect to them, which never really happened for me this time.
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As for the narrator, Ron Herczig, I can't really say that he did much to improve on the book. Narrators have the ability to sink a book or lift it to another level and bring it to life. Herczig did neither.