Deputy US Marshals Miro Jones and Ian Doyle are now partners on and off the job: Miro’s calm professionalism provides an ideal balance to Ian’s passion and quick temper. In a job where one misstep can be the difference between life and death, trust means everything. But every relationship has growing pains, and sometimes Miro stews about where he stands with his fiery lover. Could the heartstrings that so recently tied them together be in danger of unraveling?
Those new bonds are constantly challenged by family intrusions, well-intentioned friends, their personal insecurities, and their dangerous careers—including a trial by fire when an old case of Miro’s comes back to haunt them. It might just be enough to make Ian rethink his decision to let himself be tied down, and Miro can only hope the links they’ve forged will be strong enough to hold.
I love these two, that all. review done!
Okay so I guess I need to say more but really what else is there to say? They are wonderful, brilliant, funny, sassy, exciting, frustrating, all those other words we use to describe charaters.
The story is pretty intense, bringing back an old friend and enemy. Bringing some old questions, and some new. They kick butt, before taking names. We even talk about feelings. Through out the story we all have to ignore the elephant in the room until the very end when these two finally figure out that’s really important, mainly Ian.
The secondary cast once again plays an important role with these two and the book.
The narrator, does an amazing job with these voices, the different accents, men, women. In fact, Tristan James is one of my top three all time favorite.