Into The Dark Void by John Simpson & Robert Cummings

Title: Into the Dark Void

Author: John Simpson & Robert Cummings

Genre:  Science Fiction, Mystery, Suspense

Length: Novel (200 Pages)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 31, 2015)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Blurb: Is Earth alone in the universe?

In an attempt to answer that centuries-old question, scientists sent probes into the void, hoping they’d be found by intelligent life forms. In hindsight, it’s decided that giving possibly hostile races directions back to Earth might be a dangerous idea, and the United Space Force Marines are dispatched to recover the probes.

Corporal David Creswell has become a little too close to Blake Bickford, a recent graduate from Marine training, and fraternizing is against regulations. They manage to keep their romance under the radar until they are reassigned to a classified mission to retrieve the probes—aboard a ship where they’re clearly not welcome. While trying to discover who is playing with Earth’s toys in deep space, they’ll give new meaning to “leave no man behind.”

ISBN: 978-1-63476-310-3

Product Link: Dreamspinner Press | Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Lisa

Review: When I saw who the authors were of this story I knew that I had to read it. They write stories that give you a world that has a bit of humor to it even though they have more of a serious tone to them. They also give you sexy men with a lot of depth and detail to them; it feels like you know them. After seeing the cover of the book, I can tell you my eyes went wide and my jaw dropped. What I wouldn’t give to have a man like that.

This is a bit of an oddball story to me, but it was a lot of fun. You get gorgeous men in uniform who are working in outerspace. David and Blake saw each other and knew what they wanted. David is a corporal and Blake was a private, but it didn’t seem to mind with these guys. They are very hot together.

Then while in space one saves the other, and it gets real close for a while there. They came close to death and were going to be in deep trouble with the military. Then more danger surfaced and it was up to them and their friends to keep everyone safe. I must admit that this story is a bit harder to get into and difficult to follow in some parts. The marines have a saying about not leaving any many behind, and these two are definitely backing that saying. I love how protective they are of each other, but that they are still marines.

The story itself is an amazing story but the last few pages seemed a bit forced to me, like they were trying to rush the ending a bit. Other than that, it was a great read. I had fun with it and couldn’t stop reading once I started. I love the author’s gift that they have.

I would definitely recommend this book.

Home Sweet Home by John Simpson, 2nd edition

HomeSweetHomeLGTitle: Home Sweet Home, 2nd edition
Series: N/A
Author: John Simpson
Genre: Contemporary/Paranormal/Ghosts & Spirits
Length: Novella (66 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (December 3rd, 2014)
Heat Level: Low

Blurb: Two young men meet on vacation in Key West and have a torrid affair and when they find out they both live in New York, they continue the affair after vacation. They end up buying an Old Victorian house, which begins to exhibit unusual traits upon moving in. Upon investigating the background of the house, they find that there are seventeen bodies buried in their basement.

First Edition published by Silver Publishing, 2010

ISBN: 978-1-63216-473-5

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Prime’s Review: ♥♥♥♥♥ 4.5Hearts

For lack of a better word, this is a really cool story. At the heart is a ghost story, although we also see the trials of a new couple bringing their lives together after meeting each other on holiday. However, to be honest if you read this wanting to read a good ghost story, you’ll get what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for something else, I don’t know what, you might be disappointed.

We don’t get too much depth about Jason and Kevin, our main characters. I think that is rather a pity because they both very likable and relatable characters, which is always the trick to have in a ghost story. Though, Jason has a couple of drama queen moments, Kevin is the strong, silent, dependable, stoic type. The guard dog that the couple purchase through Kevin’s work as a State Trooper, Max the German shepherd, is also an adorable addition to the budding family and a worthy character as well.

The haunted house Jason and Kevin move into is like a minor character itself, serving up the mystery for the story. In the end, once all is said and done, the resolution was both sweet and sensitive. My only problem is I want to know more about Jason and Kevin!

Gigi’s Review: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts
At first I thought this short story was going to be a total stinker, boy meets boy on vacation, has a fling, falls in lurve, they move in together…really? But then things get interesting. As this new couple finds a real estate deal that’s too good to be, true weird things start happening.

As Kevin leaves to go to his day job as a cop, Jason is left alone in the house that starts haunting him. He gets a big bag police dog, and even then, both Jason and the dog start reacting to strange hauntings and happenings in their new home.

Kevin sees his new home and his new love unraveling before his eyes, so he needs to solve this mystery fast. Will his sleuthing skills be enough, and can they put to rest the spirits that are haunting their home and happiness?

Quirky, a little tongue in cheek, a bit cheesy at times but fun enough. I do love a good mystery.

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Beyond Obsession by John Simpson and Robert Cummings

BeyondObsessionLGTitle: Beyond Obsession
Series: N/A
Author: John Simpson & Robert Cummings
Genre: Ghost/Spirits, Paranormal
Length: Novel (196 Pages)
ISBN: 978-1-62798-518-5
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 26th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: After coming out to his family and being disowned by his father, Adam is forced to drop out of college and work at a convenience store to make ends meet. At the store, he meets handsome but married and deeply closeted police officer Steven Miller. Their illicit affair quickly becomes much more for Adam, but Steven can only return his affections physically. Hurt and unfulfilled, Adam turns to a gay dating site to hook up for sex. During one of his hook-ups, he’s robbed.

Although Adam expects Steven to help him out, Brian, another member of the dating site, comes to his rescue instead. Brian helps him recover his property and wants a more personal relationship. But when the man who robbed Adam turns up dead and things happen that Adam can only describe as supernatural, it becomes apparent Brian wants more than Adam is willing to give.
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Review: This was an amazing story. I love the twist and turns that it gives you especially when it includes the supernatural. John and Robert have amazing gifts at telling stories. I love how this one has voodoo in it. Adam had at first intended to go to college and then figure things out from there. But when he had come out to his family, his father basically kicked him out and stopped supporting his college life. So he had dropped out and took a job at a convenience store to make ends meet. It was not so bad all things considering he had been hurt by his father.

While working there Adam had met and fallen in love with a married cop. Steven had told him that he was getting a divorce but would not come out for fear of losing his children. And for a while that was ok, but Adam was slowly getting tired of it. So he had decided to try a dating site for gays. But the one time he hooks up he gets robbed. He didn’t know what to do. He turned to his cop lover but Stephen was not as helpful as he wanted. However, Brian wanted to help him.

When Adam met Brian he got a weird feeling from the man and decided to cut his loses. However, what he didn’t know was Brian was heading into voodoo. He was into the Guede Baron Samedi, a very powerful Voodoo god and his disciples are pure evil. The thing was Adam was still very much in love with Stephen. Now here he had a man who he loved with all of his heart, but wasn’t so sure about. A man that was not only crazy, but also deadly, a ghost who was insane and a tattoo that just wouldn’t go away. He was lost as hell. To fix it he had to fix what was going wrong in his life including apologizing to people he had wronged. He must have done something wrong in his life, because first his lover wouldn’t come out, then hooks up with a one-night stand and gets robbed, has his stolen stuff returned by another date, attacked by crazy man, shot at by an ex-coworker, haunted by a ghost.

I definitely love it when John and Robert get together and write. I love the characters that they give you and the world they create. It caught my attention from the very start and kept it all the way to the end. It gives you the best of multiple worlds. Excitement, adventure, danger, two hot and sexy men, the paranormal worlds and mixed up minds.

House of Discipline by John Simpson

20657679Title: House of Discipline, 2nd edition

Series:  N/A

Author: John Simpson

Genre: Contemporary/BDSM

Length: Novella (50 pages)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (February 15th, 2014)

Heat Level: Explicit

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Blurb: When Jim, a young American, moves from the States to Berlin, Germany, he realizes he needs a job to support himself. After facing several rejections due to language issues, Jim decides to go out and have fun. He visits a local leather club where he meets older, blond Günter who takes an immediate liking to Jim because he is an American and has black hair, blue eyes and looks good in tight jeans. After a little contact in the back room of the bar, they make a date for the next night for dinner. At dinner, Jim learns that Günter owns and manages a unique leather play club, where men can exercise their taste for spankings, whippings and bondage and find pleasure and pain can blur a very fine line. Günter takes Jim home for a sex romp and Jim finds out that Günter gets paid to administer discipline to the asses and backs of clients.
Jim’s curiosity is piqued, but can he handle going to the club? Will his relationship with Günter move into something serious?

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Reviewer:   GiGi

Review: This book is a quick rough fuck. There is very little, realistic, plot involved.

Guy moves to Germany, in the same week, meets the owner of a BDSM club, goes to work for the guy punishing naughty husbands and pain seekers, and moves in with his new German lover/boss, and of course, they are in love. I think at this point three or four days have gone by. The sex scenes are quick and odd, and of course, the German MC has a nine-inch cock seven inches in girth. Not a lot of substance, even the BDSM scenes are a bit lacking. Sorry.

The only interesting part to me is that at this German BDSM club people can bring their spouses for corporal punishment for things like cheating, or stealing instead of divorce. I would have enjoyed that service, a time or two. 

Rolling Thunder by John Simpson and Robert Cummings

RollingThunderLGTitle: Rolling Thunder

Series: Murder Most Gay Series, #5

Author: John Simpson & Robert Cummings

Genre:  Romantic Suspense

Length: Novel (202 Pages)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (November 13th, 2013)

Heat Rating: Low

Heart Level: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts

Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: Budget cuts shuffle the decks of the Prince George’s County Police Department. Separated after years as partners, Hank Capstone and Patrick St. James find themselves having to make a new start. Assigned as a training officer, Hank takes on the tough task of showing hot, fit young rookie Jessie Morgan the ropes. Unfortunately, Jessie’s beauty is only skin-deep, as he seems to have a habit of spouting homophobic comments to anyone who will listen. Still, Hank watches closely, figuring his rookie hides a deeper secret.

While Hank is distracted by his new partner, secrets from his past resurface. A former Iraqi general with a grudge against Hank arrives in the area seeking revenge. Does his appearance connect to a terrorist threat made against the local mall? Hank and Patrick must reunite to save the day

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Review: Hot cops in and out of uniforms, what more can a person ask for.


This is book five in the Murder Most Gay Series and to get a feel for them you should start with book one. This book has such an amazing plot and it will capture your attention from the get go. Great sex scenes, danger, murder, friendship, and love are just parts of what you will get from this. Now these amazing hot sex scenes are not between Hank and Patrick but with their husbands. So you actually get lots of hot sex scenes with both. They had met right after graduating from the police academy and became best friends. Being there for each other when they were married and grew to love each other as brothers.


They had separated for a bit on the job, they were surprised to find themselves teaching rookies how not to get themselves killed. They still protected each other no matter what, especially when danger comes for Hank. This has them reuniting together to stop the danger from killing Hank and terrorizing innocents at a mall. This story has the excitement you crave and love. I actually read this story three times, because it was so good.


I have always loved this series and was happy when this book came out. It has the perfect amount of twist and turns that will keep your attention. You will love Hank and Patrick along with their husbands Shawn and Dean. They are just so cute together and you can’t help but love them. Besides what is there not to love Hot and sexy cops and danger…all in this juicy story.

Hard Streets by John Simpson

Title:  Hard Streets

Series:   N/A

Author:  John Simpson

Genre:  Contemporary

Length:  Novella

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 29th, 2012)

Heat Level:  Explicit

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Blurb:  Life as a New York City street hustler isn’t easy. Luckily Sam has the older, more experienced Frankie to guide him through the pitfalls of his new life. Together, Frankie and Sam make the best of the cards they’re dealt—but is there any room in an escort’s life for love?

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Reviewer: Cat

Review:  Sam has recently found himself alone and on the streets after coming out to his family, He has one friend, Frankie that helped him when he first started selling his body to just eat and get shelter. Sam is a young pretty boy barely 18. Frankie is a bit bigger and though he sells himself also he is more into control of his life than Sam. He finds himself watching out for Sam, and inevitably falling in love with him.

This is a very heartfelt story of two young men doing what they have to just to survive.  Both want more. They want out of the life, and they want each other. Both characters are well done and very easy to relate to. Sam is too trusting and also too loose with his body, whereas Frankie is a more Dominate confident man. The two characters complement each other so well and fit together like jigsaw puzzle pieces. This is a beautiful romance as the two men find their way into each other’s bed and hearts.

I recommend this to anyone that likes rentboys, D/s, sweet romance, friends to lovers, and very hot mansex.

Murder on a Queen by John Simpson and Robert Cummings

Title: Murder on a Queen

Series: Murder Most Gay 04

Author: John Simpson & Robert Cummings

Genre: Mystery, Suspense

Length: Novel (238pgs)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (3rd August 2012)

Heat Level: Low – Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3 ½Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: It’s trouble in paradise for homicide detectives Pat St. James and Hank Capstone. After four years as Pat’s partner, Hank wants to move on from Homicide. Sensing the friendship might be about to implode, Pat’s and Hank’s husbands book the four of them a vacation on the gay-friendly cruise liner Queen Mary II.

But what’s supposed to be a relaxing holiday soon turns deadly. The wife of a wealthy hotel magnate has enlisted her lawyer’s help in relieving her husband of the hotel chain and the money that comes along with it—and all of them are on board. When Pat and Hank stumble into the midst of the domestic dispute and the ship runs afoul of a handful of hired mercenaries, the detectives will have their hands full trying to save the Queen, their husbands, and their partnership.

Warning: Some scenes of dubious sexual contact.

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Review: Pat and Hank are having trouble in their working relationship that begins to spill over into their personal lives and their husbands get involved. Shawn and Dean put their heads together and come up with a solution, a holiday aboard the Queen Mary II where their husbands can relax with no work to distract them. But, even the best laid plans go up in flames, as a husband betrayed, seeks his revenge against those that took everything away from him.

This is a great ‘husband out for revenge’ story where ‘a woman scorned’ is nothing compared to a husband who has been betrayed. Pat and Hank are at odds after Pat discovers that Hank has put in for a transfer. When their husbands discover the problem they come up with a solution to make everyone happy. But, in another place another husband is making his own plans for the same holiday and he has no plans of letting his spouse be happy, but Pat and Hank become involved.

I loved Richie, the poor love, betrayed by his wife and his best friend, the people closest to him in the world. A betrayal he can’t let go of, so when his old driver/bodyguard offers him the opportunity of a lifetime there is no way he can turn it down. *sigh* It is brutal, but I doubt there are many people in the world who wouldn’t be tempted. Pat and Hank came across as a little bit selfish about their own desires and the blatant ignoring of their husbands was terrible. The way they acted like glory hounds on the ship was a bit galling, interfering in something that had nothing to do with them, when they were supposed to be relaxing with their husbands.

I thought the storyline was great, and that it progressed well throughout the book.  The characters are well done, although it might be hard to get a good bead on unless you have read the previous books. The villains are nicely nasty enough and the revenge is brilliantly planned. I must admit though that I was surprised at the end. I suppose I was expecting a slightly different outcome. I was happy that Pat and Hank sorted out their problems as well, but still enjoyed when Shawn and Dean put them in their places.

I will recommend this to those who love crime, suspense, a bit of drama, complex revenge and a happy ending for our hero cops and their husbands.




Alex and Clayton by John Simpson

Title:  Alex and Clayton

Series:  N/A

Author:  John Simpson

Genre:   Contemporary

Length:  Novel

Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press

Heat Level:  Moderate

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts

Blurb:   After quiet, closeted years working as a librarian, Clayton decides to quit his job and use his inheritance to buy a small bookstore in the gay-friendly resort town of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. It’s the beginning of what he hopes will be a new life free of his old repressions.

Alex, an ex-military man and former cop, decides to retire to Rehoboth and buys a house three blocks from the beach. Determined to fill his time with more than chasing hot guys, he visits the local bookstore, where he meets Clayton.

As winter sets in, the town is all but deserted, and Alex and Clayton find themselves together more than apart. Clayton would like a relationship, but his fear of coming out keeps getting in the way. Alex’s sex appeal might be enough to convince Clayton to take a chance in the open… but it will take something more to make it happen.

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Reviewer:   J.

Review:  The m/m romance of Alex and Clayton by John Simpson is a tale set in 1953, which immediately puts the reader in the mindset of life in Belford, New Jersey; which is a great way to begin as life for m/m relationships were still kept hidden and in secret. The reader is then taken from the time of Clayton’s birth and leads to a journey of how similar they were from childhood not having met each other yet. They endured the same battles of bullying and self-acceptance; building self-confidence in them after years of running; and yet, still come from parallel backgrounds.

Without giving away too much, their first meeting was in passing, but when reintroduced once again, there was something in Clayton that seemed to soften the tough guy exterior that Alex had mastered so well.

What is special in this story and the romance between the two characters is their open honesty with each other, despite their differences in their behavior to sex and sexuality. It is refreshing to read their candid conversations that centered so deep and intimate and not the typical general questions two men would ask on a first date. There is no holding back there.

Simpson’s writing feels as if you are there with the two characters and his switching back and forth between the two flows smoothly as the sensual relationship they soon are developing. I never felt lost and became more interested in what they were sharing with each other as the chapters progressed.

All in all, Simpson wrote a wonderful tale of a romance between two men who were different in many ways and yet very similar; that brings them together in exploring a new world together. The characters of Alex and Clayton are ones that a reader would enjoy and if Simpson is creating this to be a series, many would be interested in seeing what other challenges and obstacles would come their way in their newfound relationship.

I’d give this a definite A for good clean storytelling, characters that I liked and appreciated without casting judgment on their pasts and for keeping it basically between the relationship of Alex and Clayton as the title suggests. I highly recommend this read as it gives hope that m/m romance is out there when the time is right.

Undefeated Love by John Simpson

Title: Undefeated Love

 Author: John Simpson

 Genre: Historical (1929-1938) European Pre-WWII

 Length: Novel (237pgs)

 Publisher: Total E-Bound (2nd May 2011)

 Heat Level: Moderate

 Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

 Reviewer: Pixie

 Blurb: Can love survive the horrors of a dictatorship and a concentration camp?

Two young men fall in love just as the Nazi Party is coming into power in Germany. One man is talked into becoming involved with the S.A., and then the SS while his lover looks on horrified. When their love is discovered, both men become the victims of the institution that one of them helped protect.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of dubious consent, Violence and Torture.

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Review: Kurt is a 22-year-old apprentice baker when he is approached and asked to join the SA.  He refuses only to be approached again 6 months later. Stefan is a 19-year-old trainee in a machine shop when he meets Kurt.  It isn’t long before both men’s lives are entwined and not always for the better.

I must admit that this isn’t the first gay concentration camp romance that I have read but it is the first from the SS point of view. Kurt is swept along by circumstance and before he knows it, he is in a situation that he can’t get out of.  and what’s worse is that he has dragged his lover into it. Stefan knows it is a mistake for Kurt to take a job with the SA but his lover won’t listen to reason and by the time he does it is too late.

I really enjoyed this story and while reading this book I was so glad for John Simpson’s writing style because even though it is detailed and quite graphic, because of the way he tells it as though standing from a slight distance I was able to stomach some of the scenes with only a grimace of distaste and was able to focus on the love story and not on the horrific treatment that they received.

Watching what these two men had to endure to survive is heart-breaking. Watching what both these men allowed to happen to themselves to protect the other is terrible and the treatment that they suffered just because they were gay made me want to vomit (it was really, really harrowing). The only thing that held these men together was the love that they had for each other and it was truly humbling to see a love like that. It is not quite historically accurate but its fiction and I read fiction, the time line is right and that’s all I care about.

I will recommend this to those who want a true enduring love story amidst a harrowing setting.

Condor and the Crown by John Simpson

Title: Condor and the Crown

Series: Condor 05

Author: John Simpson

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novel (200pgs)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (23rd September 2011)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England. Uprooting his family and moving his staff, David and his husband, ex-Secret Service Agent Shane Thompson-Windsor, settle into Winfield House with their adopted son, Jack, and two feisty Scottie puppies.

Life is finally settling into a routine when Jack is abducted by Libyan nationals. No longer able to call directly upon US military forces, David turns to his successor as President, Victoria Wilson, to enlist her aid and gain her approval of a daring rescue attempt, and asks his cousin King William for help luring the kidnapper to British soil for retribution. It’s a mission that will ultimately involve the British Marines and even personal phone calls to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi as David will stop at nothing to see his son safely home.

Review: Another incredible story from John Simpson. David Windsor and Shane Thompson-Windsor are back along with their adopted son Jack in this new exciting installment of Condor. In this one, David and Shane work together along with the American Government to rescue their son from Libyan nationals; dealing with the fall out and exacting their revenge.

This is a brilliant addition to the Condor series and doesn’t let it down. The anger and fear that David and Shane feel when they find out that Jack has been kidnapped comes out of the pages at you.   The way that Jack tries to be brave for his dads is heart-breaking and the rage and vengeance that they feel to their son’s kidnapper is understandable.

I also loved that we saw quite a bit of Darren Wilson (President Victoria Wilson’s son) and he met a new love interest. I also liked all the details that were invested in this story as the descriptions of the Palaces were quite knowledgeable. I was a bit thrown with King William not being married in this and Prince Harry having two sons.

(Sorry…but this is a bug bear of mine.) I would also like to point out that in England (where I live ;-)) the police do not pull up in front of you to stop you, (as David told Shane they did).   They signal you with lights and sirens to pull over and they pull in behind you.  It is true that a diplomat is not required to stop though.

So all in all a brilliant story that I will recommend to everyone and advise them to buy, a definite for the ‘read now’ list.

The Duke of Orleans by John Simpson

Title: The Duke of Orleans

Author: John Simpson

Genre: GBLT Historical

Length: Novella

Publisher: Silver Publishing

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb:  Twenty years old Richard Giles is living on the streets of London in the year 1660, scrounging for food and shelter the best he is able after the closure of his place of employment and death of his mother.

After being given shelter for the night by a kindly old man Richard is back on the streets when an unfortunate incident brings him into contact with a man who may just change the direction of his life, for the better.

Review:  This is a rag to riches story and I kinda liked it.   Richard is down on his luck and after the kindness of an old man; he feels his luck just might be changing. The Duke of Orleans takes pity on the poor man who gets soaked by his carriage and it’s the start of something beautiful.

Now I have to say it’s not historically accurate but I for one didn’t care, its fiction so I was quite happy to read about a down and out young man who captured the heart of The Duke of Orleans.

This book gave me a warm good feeling and I would recommend this book for anyone who wants a nice light read with a happy ending.




Out of a Gilded Cage by John Simpson

Title: Condor 04 – Out Of a Gilded Cage

Author:  John Simpson

Genre: Mystery/Suspense

Length: Novel

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Heat: Moderate

Heart: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Reviewer:  Pixie

Blurb:  After his eventful term in office, former President of the United States David Windsor is looking forward to retirement with his husband and love of his life, former First Gentleman Shane Thompson. As a part of their new start, they’ve bought a home in beautiful Cape May and started proceedings to adopt a homeless gay teenager. With the faithful Marys—his secretary and his Scottish terrier—at his side, David’s set to enjoy a life out of the limelight. But fate has other plans for the no-nonsense politician and his husband!

An agreement forged between China and the Taliban sends new President Victoria Wilson to David for advice. David will do anything to help his former Vice President keep Al-Qaeda from destroying the world, and he soon finds himself back in the heart of the storm, Shane at his side. Toe to toe with the leaders of the opposition, both foreign and at home, David must convince them to turn aside from their deadly plan.

Review:   I was exceedingly pleased with this book as I haven’t read any of the other Condor books (they are now on my to-be-read list) so I thought that I wouldn’t get most of it, but surprisingly there were only a few references to what had happen in the other books and they were quickly explained so you got it.

David and Shane are a couple who are devoted to each other and are quite down to earth, the political intrigue isn’t over the top and is easy to understand, and sometimes David’s frustration shouts at you from the page.    The loss that they experience tugs at the heartstrings and truly made my eyes fill up, you could feel their pain and anguish and is an incredible piece of writing.

This is definitely a read now book, and now I am going to see about reading the other 3 books in this series before the next one comes out. Lol