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Things I did like: The police captain isn't the angry grumpy type nor the best friend perfect type, but one that makes sense and is realistic. With a couple of minor exceptions below, Carl is an excellent father. He tries to keep the kids out of the disputes between himself and their mother, even when she's awful. He tells the kids to treat their mom with respect and to listen to her. She'll come around. Carl's police partner is really cool. They shared being top and bottom. The couple was very sweet and I liked them both.

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Pretty good sex. Good danger, casualty, and professing undying love, all stuff I love. Things I didn't like: When guy is explaining gay guy to 15 year old son, he makes sure 10 year old girl is in her room first and then he proceeds to tell his son that there is no homophobia in their house. Why can't a ten year old know that two men love each other just like a man and a woman love each other? It's not about sex. He redeems himself later sort of but still. In the same scene, he consciously decides it's okay to get drunk with his children at home and awake no less.

He says it's okay because they're safe, they can come to him if they need anything, and they're busy doing other stuff. What if there's an emergency? What about modeling responsible behavior? I just don't think it's okay to intentionally get drunk when there are children around. I can understand getting carried away but intentionally?

When complaining about his ex-wife, Carl then tries to be fair: "Don't get me wrong," he added, "She still always made sure dinner wsa waiting for me and my uniform was cleaned and pressed. How does that sound? He could say she always did the cooking and laundry, like they were household chores that she did because he worked, but the way it was worded is so sexist it galled me. Dinner waiting for him, like he couldn't help figure out what to eat or cook on occasion. Just, ick. Carl has his wife followed by a P.

If your relationship has gotten to the point where you need to hire a P. That's just disgusting. Later another character admits to following his partner when he suspected cheating. That isn't great but it's a hell of a lot better than hiring someone else to do it. A fireman thinks that a family was being stupid by not putting out a grease fire with baking soda and instead leaving the house.

Every fire safety thing I've ever read says to use a fire extinguisher if its close, otherwise get out. In order to use baking soda, you have to get much to close to the fire and you need a hell of a lot of it. They should have had an extinguisher by the stove but if they didn't, what they did was right. What they did wrong was not make sure everyone was out of the house as they left. In the same scene, a guy is overcome in the fire and is found unconscious. Once he is dragged out and woken up, he is deemed okay. Uh, no. If he ingested enough smoke to knock him out, he's in trouble.

The smoke damage might exhibit itself later and the person would need to go to the hospital right away and get checked out. A homicide detective is called to a traffic accident with a canine unit because someone is high. One characters "shaft" is nine inches long. This kind of ridiculousness just makes me think I'm reading porn. Hazel eyes are referred to as a mood ring. I can't tell you how many stories I've read where hazel eyes change color with mood. It's bullshit. I have hazel eyes and they remain the exact same color all the time.

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Things I didn't like: When guy is explaining gay guy to year-old son, he makes sure ten-year-old girl is in her room first and then he proceeds to tell his son that there is no homophobia in their house. Why can't a ten-year-old know that two men love each other just like a man and a woman love each other? It's not about sex. He redeems himself later sort of but still. In the same scene, he consciously decides it's okay to get drunk with his children at home and awake no less. He says it's okay because they're safe, they can come to him if they need anything, and they're busy doing other stuff.

What if there's an emergency? What about modeling responsible behavior? I just don't think it's okay to intentionally get drunk when there are children around. I can understand getting carried away, but intentionally? When complaining about his ex-wife, Carl then tries to be fair: "Don't get me wrong," he added, "She still always made sure dinner was waiting for me and my uniform was cleaned and pressed.

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He could say she always did the cooking and laundry, like they were household chores that she did because he worked, but the way it was worded is so sexist it galled me. Dinner waiting for him, like he couldn't help figure out what to eat or cook on occasion.

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Just, ick. Carl has his wife followed by a P. If your relationship has gotten to the point where you need to hire a P. That's just disgusting. Later another character admits to following his partner when he suspected cheating. That's also bad, but it's a hell of a lot better than hiring someone else to do it. A fireman thinks that a family was being stupid by not putting out a grease fire with baking soda and instead leaving the house.

Every fire safety thing I've ever read says to use a fire extinguisher if it's close, otherwise get out. In order to use baking soda, you have to get much to close to the fire, and you need a hell of a lot of it. The people should have had an extinguisher by the stove but if they didn't, what they did was right. Once he is dragged out and woken up, he is deemed okay. Uh, no. If he ingested enough smoke to knock him out, he's in trouble. He would already show signs of respiratory distress. But even if he didn't, the smoke damage might exhibit itself later, so he would need to go to the hospital right away and get checked out.

A homicide detective is called to a traffic accident with a canine unit because someone is high. One character's "shaft" is nine inches long. This kind of ridiculousness just makes me think I'm reading porn. Hazel eyes are referred to as a mood ring. I can't tell you how many stories I've read where hazel eyes change color with mood. It's bullshit. I have hazel eyes and they remain the exact same color all the time. They look different depending on what color I'm wearing or in front of a colored wall because they contrast. That's the other thing books do wrong. They say someone's hazel eyes look greener when they're wearing green.

Nope, they would look more whatever other color s they have in them. I am lucky in that mine are blue and green with specks. It's my favorite part of my lackluster body. When I am wearing blue, they look green. When I am wearing green, they look blue. All the powerful characters in the book, with the exception of a doctor are men.

The boy is view spoiler [taking Driver's Ed and doesn't have a learner's permit yet, but says his dad is going to let him get it. A learner's permit is required to take Driver's Ed. His father, the cop, allows him to drive in a parking lot without anyone in the car. He had just been on a fishing trip a few days before.

Even if "vacation" can only be used to describe going somewhere fun instead of work, it couldn't have been on his off day because he talks to his partner who asks why he's calling in when he should be fishing. Not even a plea bargain would happen that fast. One of my foster kids had a minor in possession charge, a victimless and less serious crime, which took a year from the time of the infraction last summer to sentencing last week.

The officials would need time to gather and process evidence, and then the attorneys would need time to evaluate that evidence, prepare arguments, and locate witnesses. Big spoiler: view spoiler [The MCs go a month and a half without any kind of sex because one guy is recuperating from an injury. No freakin' way. These are men. No blow jobs or hand jobs? Nuh unh. They hadn't even had intercourse before then and still waited. Update: A family member just had open heart surgery--a quintuple bypass--and six week's later, he's already hassling his partner because he wants to have sex.

He wants it almost right away. He needs to take a chill pill and be WAY more patient. I really did enjoy it. Also, because it was so inferior to the book I read after it--which was incredibly good and still only got 4. View all 6 comments. Aug 05, Chris rated it it was ok Shelves: ebook , romance , gay , done , I read this after reading a beautifully written book, and the difference in writing between the two was a bit painful. Stalker alert. View all 10 comments. Aug 26, Heller rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary , mm-friends-to-lovers , m-m , cops-military.

Jul 15, Candice rated it liked it Shelves: cops , gfy , angst-free , friends-to-lovers , firemen. This was a story about two men who are both recovering from failed bad relationships who become neighbors and instantly form a strong friendship which develops into more. There is really no conflict, except for the ex's in this story, and mainly focuses on Carl, who is straight, learning to be comfortable admitting his relationship with Vincent.

There is a couple of minor blips that they go through before Carl figures out what he wants. While there was nothing that really stood out for me with t This was a story about two men who are both recovering from failed bad relationships who become neighbors and instantly form a strong friendship which develops into more. While there was nothing that really stood out for me with this story, it was a pleasant and fast read. View all 16 comments. I liked it and was suprised at the relatively low sex to story ratio! The MC's develop a friendship first and then see where it goes.

Nothing like a near death scare to get you where you need to be. Sure there were evil ex's galore and of course a shooting I think I'd like to read that one! If going by the cover who wouldn't. A Simple story with a couple of troublesome exes on both side. Nice supportive Kids and friends. Did I leave something out? Oh yeah, fireman getting shot by ex and Cop claiming love publicly. Nice read, nothing much fussy.

Aug 24, Paris rated it it was ok Shelves: kindle , m-m. I bit into the story and now my teeth are hurt 'coz of all the sugar. The story is ridiculous. There were few cute moments however. And I was happy to find that sex did not became a main character of the book. The two constant female characters are an evil cunt ex-wife: how dramatic and refreshing is that!?

The rest of the cast are all men. Most of them gay. Few too many to my taste. Not because I don't like gay men I fucking love them! You would think the fact that you are divorced from your wife of 16 years is bad enough, but no. So the author goes and creates a very cliche evil wife type.

No idea. No logical explanation there. There were other moments when author's logic obviously lost a grip on the plot, too. But if you are looking for some easy read, don't wonder any further. View 1 comment. Sep 17, clear skies rated it it was ok.