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Chasing Smoke [Format Kindle]

K.A. Mitchell

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An old mystery brought them together. Solving it could tear them apart.

In the best of times, Daniel Gardner hates visiting his family. With his boyfriend pressuring him for a mortgage-serious commitment, Christmas in Easton, PA sounds, for once, like a welcome escape. His old house holds more than memories of a miserable adolescence, though. It has Trey Eriksson.

At seventeen, Trey was taken in by the wealthy Gardner family after his father was jailed for his mother’s murder. Until he left for the Army, he fought a double-edged battle—for proof of his father’s innocence and against his attraction to Daniel.

Fifteen years later, things haven’t changed. Trey is still looking for the real killer. And Daniel has never forgotten how Trey used to sneak into his room at night.

Now new clues to the murder are resurfacing—and so is Trey and Daniel’s sexual chemistry. Except this time, Trey has come to terms with his orientation.

But their connection may not be enough to overcome the mistakes of the past. Not while a murderer still walks free…


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 898 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 264 pages
  • Editeur : Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (9 juin 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002CQ28E6
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Amazon.com: 3.9 étoiles sur 5  25 commentaires
31 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating book 8 février 2010
Par Sirius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I am so glad that I gave this book a chance. I hated another book by this author (Diving deep) and would not even think to come back to read another one if my friend would not have convinced me to do so. Wow, what a difference. Instead of the characters having no depth, we have the characters who are as three dimensional and realistic as they come. Instead of book having minimal, or under my criteria basically non existent plot, we have a sophisticated murder/conspiracy mystery AND romance AND some very hot sex scenes. And every one of these sex scenes is important to the story and moves the plot forward. I loved it a lot and highly recommend it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Chasing Smoke 22 janvier 2010
Par Sarah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
It is no secret I am a bit of a fan girl for K.A. Mitchell and this new book was a gem.

The novel had a great hook with a return home, first love and a tightly scripted mystery that in no way detracted from the central theme of two men falling in love again. The novel has a slow, sexy burn to it and the tension between Daniel and Trey made my toes curl. The flashes back to when they're younger feels a little illicit as you read about their burgeoning love, but it's sensual and beautifully written and makes their interactions as adults that much more bittersweet and sexy. And hot, holy moly. O-o

I think what I enjoy most about K.A. Mitchells writing is that she understands the rhythm of a good book. Her pacing is excellent and there are no lulls where I feel inclined to ferret off to check my twitter account, or other assorted internet wankyness. I'm reading till some ridiculous hour and am still desperate to know what happens next, despite my tiredness. This is what a good book should be all about. That and making me laugh out loud at lines like ...Ghosts of Erections Past... Imagery? hehe. Loved it!
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sensual and addictive! 26 juin 2009
Par R.Parklane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
A tragic murder which haunted 2 lovers since they were young. A tragedy which separated them for 15 years. They went their own way but never forgot the rejection, the pain. Answers have to be found if they are to move on with their lives or even have a chance with each other. Addictive plot with suspenseful moments, sensual romance and sizzling tension between two appealing characters, could not stop reading this once I started. A bit too quick at the ending but I am not complaining.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed, Again 4 avril 2014
Par Alan Arthur Katz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I've been a longtime fan of K. A. Mitchell. I've given several of her books five-star reviews.

But the last two I read (this one being the latest), not so impressive.

This is the story of Daniel, an agent for Homeland Security and Trey, a detective in their mutual home town's police department. The two run into each other after fifteen years apart when Danny returns for Christmas to help his mother pack up their family home.

What follows is actually a pretty good political thriller, involving murder and drug dealing at the very top level of the U. S. government.

What also follows are endless pages of sex. The boys have twenty pages of sex, followed by two paragraphs of plot or development, twenty more pages of sex, a half page of flashback to their fumbling attempts at sex when they were schoolkids, followed by... you guessed it, another thirty pages of sex.

Where did so many Romance authors get the idea that a long sex scene is a good sex scene? I swear, some of the sex scenes in this book were so long, redundant and boring that I could have had explosive, satisfying sex, for real, in less time than it took to read them.

Enough already. The best gay fiction I've read (and the most erotic) built up anticipation to the act, and then, with well-written descriptive and evocative prose, covered the deed, itself, without spinning it out into an epic. As a matter of fact, some of the very best gay fiction I've read didn't present the sex, in clinical detail, at all.

The other common Gay Romance meme I'm getting sick and tired of is portraying gay men acting like their most repulsive heterosexual counterparts - cringing in fear of admitting they're in love, like their private parts will all shrivel up if the word comes out of their mouths. So not like real life, but then again, it's rarely gay men writing these books, is it? Why do we have to be saddled with the ugly stereotypes of unfeeling, inexpressive straight men who'd rather be watching football then telling the person they love that they love him/her?

This book had so much potential. The premise was really promising and the characters were drawn very richly, so I would have liked to see who they became as they faced adversity, instead of hiding from each other so they didn't have to admit they were in love.

Not good.

Ms. Mitchell is a fine writer, she has a real way with the written word. However, I'm just not interested in slogging through two hundred pages of repetitive sex to get to a 62 page short story.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Save Your Money, Please! 15 août 2011
Par Steemdup - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I purchased "Chasing Smoke" because there was a mystery element to this m/m romance. What a sorry book. I did finish it because I wanted to know what really happened with Trey's mother and father. But I could not stand Daniel, and thought that Trey could have done better with someone else. Too much focusing on the past when they were teenagers, and too much head-in-the-sand for the present. They rarely had any meaningful conversations. Trey and Daniel would argue and then have sex. Again, and again (boring!). It was pretty much all they had in common since they were virtual strangers to each other as adults. I couldn't believe Josh Lanyon's endorsement on the cover.

I didn't keep "Chasing Smoke." I chased it right into the garbage bin.
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