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Confessions Government contracted mercenary James Priest Evans slides back into town after a mission gone very wrong Haunted by his latest kill Priest s job is weighing heavily on his mind for the first time i

  • Title: Confessions
  • Author: Carol Lynne
  • ISBN: 9780857158185
  • Page: 259
  • Format: ebook
  • Government contracted mercenary, James Priest Evans, slides back into town after a mission gone very wrong Haunted by his latest kill, Priest s job is weighing heavily on his mind for the first time in memory In Cattle Valley to heal and re evaluate his life, Priest didn t expect love but that s exactly where s he s headed.After a devastating and very public breakup,Government contracted mercenary, James Priest Evans, slides back into town after a mission gone very wrong Haunted by his latest kill, Priest s job is weighing heavily on his mind for the first time in memory In Cattle Valley to heal and re evaluate his life, Priest didn t expect love but that s exactly where s he s headed.After a devastating and very public breakup, Luke Hatcher has given up on love He s than happy to enjoy hot and heavy sex, but that s as far as he s willing to go When he runs into Priest, Luke believes their mutual lack of trust is perfect for a short term holiday affair.Their steamy affair takes an unexpected turn when Priest makes a bedroom confession that will forever change the way he views life and love Will the confession bring them closer together, or will it send Luke packing

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    1. 3.5 starsI liked this one a lot. I enjoyed the overall story and the characters (mostly) but some parts really annoyed me so in the end I really liked the story.This book is mostly focused on Priest as opposed to Luke, though. I didn't like Priest in the beginning not because of who he is or what he does for a living (because I love assassins and messed up characters) but because of his way of handling Luke. It's nothing bad or harmful (view spoiler)[ he just had a tendency to not pay attention [...]

    2. Not much I can say without spoiling stuff… so be warnedAnd Carol do NOT read this. I still love you but this book didn’t work for me.(view spoiler)[ As a romance this failed for me. It wasn’t romantic and I didn’t like Priest or how he treated Luke at all. Most of the book was sex and all the relationship was. We are told they got to know each other during a two day car ride but are never shown that.I didn’t like how he flashed back to sex with Luke the night they met then thinks about [...]

    3. An enjoyable story, this is one of those books I purchased in 2012 and then failed to read. Something else always seemed to attract my attention. I've read some of the stories in this series before, but not the one(s) previously involving Luke so I didn't follow some of the references. I did like the dynamic between Luke and Priest, his assassin lover, and the intriguing plot kept me coming back for more. So all in all, I'd say between 3 and 3.5 stars.

    4. Oh how I love Luke I've been waiting for his story since Eli and Kenny's. I'm glad he found Priest and I'm glad they figured out their issues and ended up together, but not without some major bumps in the road.In the end, I really enjoyed this book but it definitely wasn't my favorite of the series ;)

    5. Guaranteed Cattle Valley. That's about it.What sort of annoys me about these more action-themed CV-books is the way they build momentum and then brush the action aside for a quick HEA.Lynne certainly has the skill to write longer stories and to carry them, I'm sure of that, but this begins to feel like an outdated format by now. In fact, it's been that since about book 15-17.

    6. Fantastic, I loved it.One of my favorites from the series. Mind you, I wish it was longer. Although, I already know all of them are short, that doesn't stop me for always wishing for more chapters.

    7. Confessions: Cattle Valley #25By Carol LynneIn this book Luke Hatcher has pretty much given up on love, he had a very bad highly published break up a few years ago. But a couple months ago he ran into Priest and had a quick good time with him before he left town again. Now he can’t get the 7’ black man out of his thoughts, even though they had never kissed.James ‘Priest’ Evans in contracted government mercenary assassin for higher; he works for a highly classified government agency. Afte [...]

    8. Read for 2nd Round BINGO Challenge.I actually enjoyed this book quite a bit. I really connected with Luke and felt for Priest's emotional growth. I was quite intrigued to find out who the "big guy" in the organization was and wonder if he is going to be one of the mains of the next Cattle Valley installment which seems to be leading to Aaron's story. This particular story makes me want to re-read the whole series up to this one to have them all fresh in my mind so I can remember who is who and w [...]

    9. I didn't realize I signed up to read about military/covert ops/espionage when I started reading the Cattle Valley series. I don't like this trend and it looks like it will continue in the next book. Shit!Why is Wyoming the hotbed for ex-assassins? Now we find out that the director of this secret group is a resident of Cattle Valley. Fuck me sideways won't cha. Luke and Priest were okay I guess. Luke almost dies but we don't get much about his injuries. Is his body/face scarred now? I think they [...]

    10. I've gone back and forth on this one--2.5 stars or 3.I liked the characters, and this was a book that I was looking forward too. I think this particular Cattle Valley book would have worked better for me if it had been more developed. These guys have a lot to deal with in under a hundred pages, and it felt like important parts were rushed or jumped over.I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

    11. Love me some Luke.s and all He has had a bad run with relationships and chooses another big huge (seven foot) man with all kinds of issues. Priest falls hard and endangers Luke. It amazes me how much is accomplished in Carol Lynne's books considering they are only about 100 pages (if that) long. I never feel cheated after a story.

    12. Well hell if Priest doesn't sound hot as hell. I love a good bad boy. And I'm so glad that Luke finally found someone that truly loved him and helped him see his mothers death was not his fault. And I'm really glad that Priest killed Jefferies and got his revenge.

    13. I fell in love with Preist when he appeared to help Jessup, but this just cemented it even more. Luke and Priest where meant to be.

    14. Maybe a 3.5. Once again the beginning is intricate with well developed characters but the ending is simplistic and abrupt.

    15. A lot of the action in this book seemed to take place off the page which was a bit annoying. Also, the ending was very abrupt. Apart from that it was a good addition to the series.

    16. i really enjoyed this one, wish that it was a little longer and that it just didn't end, felt like there could have been more to the ending.

    17. 4.5 stars!!! Carol Lynne is one of the Queens of MM romances. 'Confessions' the 25th book in her Cattle Valley series is just another reason why. Happy reading to all.

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