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I felt a frisson of excitement as I read the first page of G. B. Gordon's exciting first novel, Santuario (Riptide Publishing, 2012), and realized I was in the presence of a major new writer. [...] Considering how some authors jaw on for 300 pages or more, Gordon is effective at just 200, but with writing this good we wouldn't mind if he did dawdle. I felt positively relieved to see on Gordon's blog that Book Two in the series [...] is in the works. Can't wait.
Dick Smart, Lambda Literary
G.B.Gordon worked as a packer, landscaper, waiter, and coach before going back to school to major in linguistics and, at 35, switch to less backbreaking monetary pursuits like translating, editing, and writing.
Having lived in various parts of the world, Gordon is now happily ensconced in suburban Ontario with the best of all husbands. Santuario is G.B. Gordon's first published work, but many more stories are just waiting to hit the keyboard.
Website and blog: gordon.kontext.ca/
I absolutely LOVED this book!
Talk about the best representation of "enemies to lovers" that I've read. Read more
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Ok, so this is one book that you have to dedicate quite time to read. No TV noise, job noise, life noise in the back ground while trying to read at least the first few chapters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
On occasion I pick up a book expecting one thing and end up enjoying something entirely different than what I had initially expected. Santuario happens to be one of those books. Read morePublished 7 months ago by The Jeep Diva
This was an amazing story!! It has the twisty, turny ride that keeps you on your toes kind of storyline I love. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stephanie C Dockery
Hmmm... glad to see there is a follow up to this one, because the ending was a bit..abrupt. And think more Spanish western than sci-fi aliens... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mtsnow13
I've tried giving this a chance for some weeks now. Letting it rest, hoping that it would call for me to finish. It never happened. I didn't feel drawn to it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Emelie
Book Info: Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera with Western flavor and police procedural suspense/mystery; M/M romance
Reading Level: Adult
Recommended for: Fans of M/M... Read more