Josh Montgomery is a red-blooded American male that loves his job and loves women even more. Part of an elite team run by General Derek Jacobs, Josh and his fellow assassins take pride in their jobs. When one Assassin gig turns into a rescue mission on the side, Josh’s life is turned upside down by the man he rescues. Now, he has to take a good long look at who he really is.
With the help from his friends Mateo, Riley and Troy, Josh tries to understand what he’s feeling.
Mark Patterson joined Doctor’s without Borders to do good in a foreign country. Little did he know a maniacal drug lord would kidnap him and use him to deal drugs, among other things… Without any hope of rescue, Mark resigns himself to his prison. Until early one morning when he’s rescued by a blonde God. Josh Montgomery is tall, light and beautiful… and straight.
Being in close quarters only makes things harder on both men, will Mark get his man? Will Josh take a chance…. In the wilds of Denali Forest the two men come together, but is it for good? Or will Mark’s past drive them apart?
Josh Montgomery is a member of an elite assassin team of the government, and his life turns upside down when he rescues Mark Patterson from a sadistic drug lord.
Till this moment he considered himself straight, but now, feeling insanely attracted to Mark, he is really starting to question that.
“Huh?” Josh was lost in those deep blue pools. God, he was drowning and he didn’t care.
Yes, it is insta-lust between the two, but not insta-love! Their relationship develops slowly, and it takes six months for them to clear their feelings: for Josh to accept who he really is, and for Mark to recover from his capture and abuse.
I felt the suspense storyline forced, and very much like the one in the previous book.
The secondary characters were great again, Mateo and Riley’s appearances made me smile.
The erotica is still scorching hot, lovely, and emotional. The writing style improved a lot, as well as the characterization.
The paranormal aspect appears at the end of the story, so I’m looking forward to reading the next book of the series.