- File Size: 507 KB
- Print Length: 105 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: JustJoshin Publishing, Inc. (April 12, 2012)
- Publication Date: April 12, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007TUWOJE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,456 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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- Book 1 of 5 in Dangerous Ground (5 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
This one starts with Taylor MacKenzie and Will Brandt on a camping trip where they discover a plane thats been there for a while.
After reading the tail number they realize that the plane was the escape vehicle used by four people who robbed a casiono. They made off with 2.3 million dollars. During that escape two deputy sheriffs were shot. No sign of that plane or the money had ever been found until now.
Will and Tay were surprised as hell to find this plane. The plane with the body of the pilot still in the cockpit. He was shot in the back of the head. The robberty took place four months ago.
MacKenzi and Brandt are partners and have been for three years. They work for the Bureau of Diplomatic Security and are out in the widerness on vacation. Both men are gay but have never been anything other than partners. This is something Tay would like to change.
Taylor was shot and almost died six weeks earlier. He's still not in the best health and he hates camping. He's a city boy born and bred. The only reason he's here is because Will wanted to come.
Will on the other hand loves camping.
They make a note on the map about the location of the plane and head out. Crossing a field into the woods they spy the remains of a parachute. The man in the harness is dead. Will goes up and gets his backpack. A backpack loaded with 2.3 million dollars.
So begins a great read.Read more ›
Little by little we understand that other than partners they are also friends and maybe something more: both Will than Taylor are gay, but between them there wasn't nothing more than teasing and glaring until the last fatal night, the night before Taylor's accident. And then there wasn't a right moment to face the argument, until now: in the open space of mountains all seem to be free from restrain, words and thoughts. And Will and Taylor seem to not be able to do other than yell to each other and offend each other.
When they only want to understand how they can go on or move on on their relationship, real world interposes between them, in the guise of a cold case: a robbery to a casino, ended with the lost of the spoil. And now the thieves want it back.
The book is not very long, little more than 100 pages, but I think it's more sexy than previous Josh Lanyon's books. There is actually only one real sex scene, and it's hot, but since as I said the book is not very long, and the building tension that promises the real scene and the simmering ashes that follow are both long and detailed, the scene is the apex of the book. And it's also very good, very... erotic.
Taylor and Will are both strong characters. I think this is the real problem: they fear to give a chance to their relationship since both fear to lose independency and the alpha male role in the match.Read more ›
Relatable characters: yes
Sensuality level: low-medium
Well written/editor needed: well written
Would I re-read?: I've read this multiple times and will continue to read it over and over again.
Personal thoughts: This is my favorite book out of the DG series. I love it to pieces.
I have progressed from book one into book four.
I will definitely be ordering more Lanyon mystery books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read this while waiting at appointments. It was short but decently written. I got it for free but it would've definitely been worth paying for.Published 8 days ago by April Reese
Every good author has a forte. Lanyon's is pacing. His scripts move smoothly from scene to scene. There are no extraneous descriptions, just enough to thicken the storyline. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Anniemaus
loved danger and romance. two detectives working out whre they stand with each other while fighting to stay alive.Published 1 month ago by Susan Mary obrien
Will and Taylor were adorable. I enjoyed the friends to lovers idea. This is always a hit in my opinion. The excitement and suspense keeps you glued to the story. A very good book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tappy
I have never been disappointed by Josh Lanyon and his excellent stories. As usual I can not wait to read the next part which I have open and waiting. I like these characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I'm a long time fan of Josh Lanyon and Dangerous Ground did not disappoint. It's a great story, beautifully written, with engaging main characters, nasty villains, and enough smex... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carol K.
I liked the characters, and I though the connection between Will and Taylor was great. I totally felt the friendship and all of the confusion and hesitancy about potentially moving... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nikki
This is my fourth read of Dangerous Ground and it still captivates me, dials up the tension and makes me wonder if this time the guys might just not make it! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Variety IS the Spice of Life