- File Size: 1524 KB
- Print Length: 244 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (September 18, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 18, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014V4EDHQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,599 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fit to Be Tied (Marshals Book 2) Kindle Edition
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sigh.... I started reading this at 4 this morning..... I effing love Miro and Ian... I tried to read this as slowly as I could until it was over, it was all good until we hit the 60% or so, it was all feelin good and loving these two back together... my heart breaks for them when Ian gets deployed, how hard they take it and how much they miss each other while he's away, I can't imagine what it's like for either of them and it makes you appreciate the people who do it in real life every day for who knows how long at a time, some never coming home, the not knowing and the waiting.... it's torture I'm positive..... I love how it's portrayed in their story, this one and the first one... really makes you feel it.
I didn't read the reviews or any comments about this one other than the blurb, this was one I had pre-ordered from the day I heard about it months ago, so it was a no brainer for me, I was gonna buy it, read it and love so imagine my surprise when Harley of all people come back into the story and the things he does to Miro.... WOW, didn't see that coming at all, however, the cop that Miro had a previous relationship with... I totally called that, and it makes me wonder about, if there's a next book, if Oliver might be a bad guy, he totally has potential and Sam Kage really ticked him off in this one....
Let's have a brief moment to appreciate Sam Kage shall we? I don't care where he shows up, what he does or anything, he'll forever be my favorite in any book in any series at any time....
Okay, moving on.... the rough part was, after my heart rate went back to normal and I thought all was good we have another crisis and I about expired again! I wasn't ready for it, perhaps I should have prepared more lol but overall, it really made this book that much more awesome. I really hope we get to see these two get married sometime soon. They deserve it...I'm actually looking forward to re-reading this one as soon as I can. I'm completely in love with these two. (and chickey)
And let us not forget the end, where Ian finally tops.... shew, it was worth the read just for that alone!
If I could give this one 5 stars I so would... this was so much better than I expected and I can't wait for more!
We still only have Miro's POV, so I'm very curious about what is Ian thinking all the time. This man isn't really vocal unless is to voice out his displeasure, but Miro had a way to dig out everything from Ian's mind. These men can really fight and they argue all the time, which usually will frustrate me to no end, but in this case, we knew all the fights they are having is because they love each other desperately. With the kind of work environment they are living in, is no surprise that adrenaline and emotion run high.
This time around, Miro and Ian have to move out of state to avoid a certain psychopath and they both went for undercover op, which is interesting. I'm apprehensive towards the possible torture scene that was alluded, but honestly, it isn't graphic, so don't worry too much. However, I still hurts for Miro because I love him so. Who doesn't love those hurt/comfort scene, especially between Miro and Ian. I'm sorry Miro got torture, but I like how everything pans out.
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