Usually, I never check the author of the month in the Goodreads M/M Romance group, but I went in to look at something and the first thing I saw was the cover of Frog by Mary Calmes. I’ve read it and was sure I had it, but I’m hopeless when it comes to backing up my files and I can’t find it so…
Instead, I read A Matter of Time Vol 1…and then Vol 2 because Jory has this ability to make me forget the world around me.
It’s been many years since I first read A Matter of Time #1, it was one of the first M/M books I read and even though it’s been years since I read any books about Sam and Jory they’ve always stayed with me.
I’ll admit that I was bit afraid to start reading them again because what if I didn’t like the books anymore? I do, Jory will always be Jory, and it’s few series where you actually get to follow the character through their partying days, to their moving in together, to being married, to starting a family, to being kidnapped, being blown up, punched, arrested etc etc.
There is never a dull moment, and if you haven’t read these books, and like a strong possessive Detective and a golden, pretty boy with a knack for getting people to do what he wants then they definitely should, you should definitely check out A Matter of Time.
Three years ago, Jory Harcourt changed his name and shut the door on a past full of pain, only to emerge stronger on the other side. He has a new career, a great working partner, and a satisfying life—except for the hole in his chest left behind when police Detective Sam Kage walked out with his heart.
Now Sam’s back and he knows what he wants… and what he wants is Jory. Jory, who doesn’t know if he can survive another break up or losing Sam to his dangerous job, resists returning to the arms of the only man he has ever truly loved. But when a serial killer with a score to settle targets Jory, he will have to decide if love is worth the danger as he tries to solve the case and keep Sam safe.
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