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Ty has already declared his love for Zane never mind it was in a life threatening situation!! Bomb attacks,bank robberies,public protests, Open window first or break glass? And Zane-- "Zane pushed his phone away,determined to do his level best not to laugh. Simply because the struggle would amuse Ty,if he were being honest with himself. And keeping Ty amused was good for the rest of humanity. Seeing the public unrest,their boss orders them to communicate more with public representing FBI,to improve their relations!! Because they are both personable and competent and Of course he is But all hell breaks loose when after a false bomb threat Ty publically challenges the terrorists with Zane beside him -- "Baltimore law inforcement is going to kick this threat in the ass.
The first time,Ty somehow gets to know about the bomb and manages to get everyone to safety. It blew up in the explosion!! That Bronco had been a part of him Why the bomb had gone off when it did was anyone's guess,but Ty firmly believed the Bronco had done it-no matter how silly that sounded. She had been a loyal companion,and now she had taken the hit for him He knew he had tears streaming down his face,but he didn't care I don't know whether to laugh or cry And when he tells Zane-- "You're not dessert,Zane.
You're the main course,and you have about five seconds to take your pick of flat surface before I do it for you. I'm not sure And then when Ty leaves- "You know what Zane? I'm done. My heart just breaks!!! And when they finally get together again And when Zane at last says.. I was so,so happy at last Frowning,Zane sat up,and as the sheet pooled across his lap,he heard a soft crinkle. He picked up the sheet of paper and unfolded it to read two short lines written in Ty's messy scrawl that brought Zane's happy morning crashing down around him. What had Ty written? Read the book to find it out.
Well,what are you still waiting for??? Go and grab this series if you haven't already!!! I'm off to Armed and Dangerous Wish me LUCK!!! View all 57 comments. This was amazing! I still don't know what my review will look like because my brain has turned into mush, and my heart melted a loooong time ago with these two guys In this book, Ty and Zane are more comfortabe with each other : Zane knows that Ty loves him, even though he still hasn't figured out his feelings, but things are definitely better : They are slowly building their relationship, going into routine, staying at one or the other's apartment, seeing each other whenever they had spare time It's just lovely to see their slow progress, how they adapt to one another and develop strong feelings as well : In the previous books Ty realized he's in love with Zane, and in this book Zane finally accepts the truth, he's been in love with Ty for a while now, only affraid to admit it to himself and that scene was just so lovely BUT, real life comes in, and this is the story outside their relationship There are robberies and bombings all over town and people are angry at the police force.
It gets worse when the loco dude that's responsible for that sets Ty as a target and tries to kill him.
At the end I was in tears, they were both happy and sad and frustrating and I don't know what other kind of tears there may be but I had them!! They were just beautiful together My favorite scenes: - Ty and Zane doing it in the kitchen - doing it against the door That scene was so amazingly hot it isn't describable!
I cried when that happened. Poor Ty - Ty finding Zane after the explosion :O My heart stopped for a bit there - every freaking scene in the hospital and while Ty was taking care of him, and just everything!!!! View all 81 comments. Sep 27, AM. I dare you to keep your heart from falling out of your chest while listening to it. Oct 10, Baba rated it it was amazing Shelves: m-m , books-kelly-and-baba-liked-or-loved , five-star-reads.
Pop quiz partner. How many letters in the government alphabet? What do you call a monkey in a mine field? A baboom. Energizer bunny arrested. Charged with battery. Is he being held in a duracell? It felt odd to say it like that, something so innocuous yet meaningful. Loved it! I just realized how good the sex was. Jealous sex against the door? Hot damn!! Thank you, Kels, for doing the buddy read with me.
I'm standing at the sideline to cheer you on! Go, go, gooooo! View all 35 comments.
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Oct 03, S rated it it was amazing Shelves: m-m , military , swagger , open-for-instant-happiness , favorites , agents-and-cops , i-own , cocky-bastards. I, like many other people who love these books, was floored by the tender beginning, the explosive pun intended middle and the frustrating end. This book is a perfect example of the dangerous mid-point in a series where everything starts to fall apart and you wonder if anyone will be able to survive, physically and emotionally, what is coming next. Ugh, I hate this point. Now to the spoilery part of the review: view spoile Wow.
For me, Ty has seemed like a contradiction since the beginning. I think some of the most telling scenes in the book are the moments where Zane realizes that Ty knows Zane much better than Zane knows Ty. That breaks my heart for Ty. He may think that Zane loves him, but to not hear the words and not to really see it in their daily interactions, no wonder when Zane finally says the words, Ty laughs it off.
That scene pisses me off like all of their other miscommunication scenes , but it makes sense with who they are as characters and where they are in their confusion. I hate the guy. And slimy. And in situations like that I'm guessing you would have all kinds of thoughts going through your head that you would think but then dismiss, but we only get to hear what he's thinking initially, not the full thought stream of where he arrives at the end of it.
I don't think it excuses anything, but I think it goes toward explaining how crazy out of character it seems for him. And on top of that, he's seen the man he loves go through hell in the last week and is afraid to admit to himself that he is scared shitless about losing Zane - in the line of work and personally. That's a pretty messed up place to be in your head.
Rightly so. Now let me give Zane the word space he deserves. I love the moment on the softball field where he realizes he is in love with Ty. It is so touching and real. Jesus, I love that scene. Way sexy. Ever heard that joke - nothing ruins a relationship faster than having two people in it — yeah, so true here. I would love to see them come together as a strong couple in the next book and then deal with the other problems many gay couples have to deal with anyway, on a daily basis, still today — coming out, family, marriage, work, friends, legal status, and dare I say kids - problems that are problems regardless of your sexuality, but are compounded greatly in a gay relationship.
My two cents. Bottom line, this was a tough book to read, but definitely my favorite of the four so far. It elicited a whirlwind of emotions and made me love the two even more. To Urban and Roux, your writing gets stronger as the series moves on and I look forward to reading more soon. Like tomorrow. View all 65 comments. May 06, Isa K. It seems a girl can't have an opinion anymore. I almost had it in my mind to change this review to one star because authors who think it's okay to bully reviewers are not cool. But that's stupid and childish, so instead I'll just direct everyone to this comment , which explains it all.
Oh this series About a third of the way through this book I found myself thinking "Why do people like this series so much? I liked this series too. Loved this series, in fact. I had to end it. To begin with Ty Grady is the biggest fucking Mary Sue in the universe. He's a decorated Marine, a sharp shooter, completely fluent in Farsi, sings like an angel, fights mountain lions with his bare hands, dances a mean tango, can sniff out bombs better than the dogs, can spot a sniper from a casual glance out the window I mean come on.
The writer in me reads this series and feels like this: And normally this is cancelled out by the reader in me being all like: Because Ty and Zane were always such FUN! You know Zane is just as bad He's an alcoholic, he's endlessly mourning his dead wife, he's a drug addict, forever seriously injured or in danger without emasculating him, which is impressive , he can't admit his feelings, he isn't on speaking terms with his family, he's full of angst You know you've got it planned. And so this series has always been interesting in the sense that Ty and Zane neutralized each other's tropes rather well and there was always just enough in the way of character flaws or in Zane's case, character assets to keep them from feeling truly one dimensional.
No more. Frankly I find myself bored with Ty and Zane in this book. I had virtually no interest in the pages Zane thought about telling Ty he loved him, nor the angst, the misunderstandings, the apologies, the makeup sex. I skimmed the sex scenes. I don't know. But if the sex isn't hot in this series you are left with Oh boy Now I realize that this series is extremely popular and that many of you are already like this: But it has to be said: The plot of the first book was silly, unrealistic and transparent but had some decent twists.
The plot of the third book was silly, unrealistic and completely uninteresting but managed to work up some minor suspense as you tried to piece together who was on what side. The plot of this book made no sense.
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No fucking sense at all. And was so uninteresting you get the feeling that even Urban and Roux didn't want to go through it view spoiler [Let's start with the fact that our bombers are teenagers and the explanation given for not being able to find them is that they can more easily go off grid than an adult. First, bullshit! No missing persons reports?
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No truancy reports? In the real world these kids would be found in 30 seconds. To say nothing for the fact that their plan would fail miserably in the first place. If you're out numbered and out gunned fat lot of good it will do you. I don't buy that banks wouldn't have beefed up their private security after even a single bank robbery. I don't buy that the population of Baltimore one of the highest crime areas in the country would react to the bombings the way they did. I don't buy that our bombers are able to buy bomb making supplies and no one notices.
I don't buy all the little coincidences that stacked up one after the other to make the plot work. I don't buy that a bank robbery at the same time as a bomb threat wouldn't have been theory number one right from the start. You get the point. Well to begin with I still like Ty and Zane.
There's something sentimental in me that can't bear to give this book less than a three. The guys I love are still there! But as amusing as they still are, there's not enough in their relationship to stretch out over one three hundred page book, let alone an entire series.
They need to be saved from this endless cycle of 'will they, won't they? Shift the emphasis away from that bullshit and put it on developing a better overall story. I really don't fucking care anymore. I've said my piece, now all you bitches can back up because I know kung fu View all 58 comments.
Jul 31, Meags rated it it was amazing Shelves: best-couples , fave-characters , disability-disorder-illness , best-of-the-fricken-best , mm-faves , hurt-comfort , lgbt , unputdownable , mm , law-enforcers. God dammit, are you shitting me!?! This is a good time to note that I'm patting myself on the back something fierce, for my wise decision to wait to start this series until the entire thing was complete - how people were reading these one at a time, for years , is beyond my comprehension.
I have only one thing to say I feel like this fourth Ty and Zane book has a much better pace than the first three stories. Yes, this story was choc-a-block full of fun and laughs, thrills and chills, and so much damn love and romance that my heart is currently full and happy. I love the on-page introduction to the Sidewinder team, too. Clearly, everyone will react differently to these scenes and the circumstances; this is simply my take on things. The vulnerability it allows his character and the ways in which his situation ultimately brings Ty and Zane closer together, just hits the spot for me.
View all 27 comments. Jun 05, Nancy rated it really liked it Shelves: e-books , lgbt , erotic-romance , outlaw-reviews , kindle-borrowed , shelf-inflicted. The city of Baltimore is out of control. Riots, robberies and explosions are occurring with increasing regularity. Law enforcement is doing the best it can, but their credibility has taken a hit.
Though their sex is electrifying and their intimate moments tender, their communication skills leave a lot to be desired. And you have about five seconds to take your pick of flat surface before I do it for you. Perhaps I should not expect that from this series. There were lots of entertaining moments with their co-workers, including the funny and punny text messages. There were also tense, gripping moments as a serious injury renders Zane helpless and dependent on Ty. The ending slayed me.
View all 4 comments. The progression of Ty and Zane's relationship remains sloooooooooow! I really wish they would just open up to each other, tell each other how they feel. It's frustrating at times. But gah I love these two. The plot on this one was a little ridiculous but still good. And that ending View all 19 comments. Shelves: boys-who-like-boys , contemporary , lgbtq , audiobooks , mystery. View all 17 comments. Dec 18, Shurrn rated it really liked it Shelves: genre-crime-or-mystery , romance-mm , i-lol-moments , i-lgbt , romance-modern , erotica , z-own-for-ipad , genre-thriller , z-own-for-kindle , favorite-romantic-series.
He wanted Ty with him, wanted him badly. Needed him as a partner, and not just at work. We stayed in Boston the whole time We got to meet Ty's Force Recon team, Sidewinder And I loved it. So much happened in the pages of this book, and I won't spoil anything for you Read it. You won't regret it! Don't click the link if you haven't read this book! At least she went out with a bang, no? I was deliriously happy when Zane stopped trying to analyze his feelings to death and finally admitted out loud that he was in love with Ty Quite honestly, if the partners didn't take this step by the end of the book, I was seriously thinking about bailing on the series There's only so much grown-man angst that a girl can handle.
They love each other. Say it! Graham Lewis, Silly spoiled busboy bank-robber I know you were just trying to help the investigation I mean, seriously He knew Zane was blind Why oh why would he just leave a handwritten note? And Speaking of Blind Zane It was utter nothing. The entire story arc of the lack of control and near helplessness of Zane's blindness was the perfect parallel to the way he was handling falling in love with Ty. It was moving and beautiful, and really helped solidify their professional and romantic partnerships Ty outing himself to his Force Recon Team was a fantastic addition to the story line Even if I'm less than pleased about him sucking face with Nick afterward And Speaking of Spin-offs to this universe, I feel like I need a Sherpa to navigate all the side stories in this series!
Finally, the moments spent in the imploded mausoleum were the most poignant and beautiful of anything I've read in this series so far. It was flawless love shining through two flawed individuals. Like you see something and you just know? He felt Zane squeeze his hand. I could just feel it deep down. Never felt that before. And not tomorrow. And not for a long time to come, Ty Grady.
You hear me? Fishing in the sea will be dangerous, since there are two powerful enemy navies to be careful of. Thus, the player should make Galleys first to ward off enemy ships. Once the player has around 10 Galleys, they can start making Fishing Ships. Destroy Zaragoza's docks too for a safe trading and fishing environment. Narbonne will be the first one to strike. They will attack the eastern base after approximately in-game minutes. The player should use the initial army to ward off these attacks.
Theodemir of Murcia will periodically give the player Elite Huskarls and Champions, so the player does not need to make many troops of their own. It would be good to make one or two Monks to heal the injured soldiers so they can be used for longer. Once the player has collected enough stone, they should immediately construct a Castle outside their base to defend it.
By this time, the player should start to advance to the Imperial Age if they have enough resources.
It will be difficult to manage both bases, but do not forget to go back to the eastern base to see if the enemies are attacking there. It would also be a good idea to build a Castle outside the eastern base as well to help defend it. If so: Which groups worked in coalition? What potential divides were bridged? What tools, actions, or strategies did organizers use to bridge these divides and resist divide and conquer tactics? How can we use the lessons of this moment to build stronger and more resilient movements today?
If not: Which groups might have worked in coalition? How could potential divides have been bridged?
What tools, actions, or strategies could organizers has used to bridge these divides and resist divide and conquer tactics? Demand reparations for past harm. Practice consent. Create intentional space and time for healing from trauma, and repairing relationships. Spark and sustain internal transformation personal and organizational.
People with access to power, learn to honor the leadership of people who have historically been denied power. Oppressed peoples of the world, determine your destinies, unite. Respond at the needed speed. Be willing to slow down.