Max Walker Code Silver (The Sierra View Series Book 1)

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Dean Harper is the type of doctor anyone would want to bump into in an elevator. He’s devilishly handsome, deeply caring, and has a pair of sapphire blue eyes that pierce right through you. He was well on his way to having the perfect life with who he thought was the perfect man. Well, until he found that ‘perfect’ man cheating on him with three other guys. At the same time. Noah Silver is having a difficult time. With his mom passing and his dad growing more and more difficult to live with, he’s pushed into an unorthodox way of making money. He knew that being a cam boy would be temporary, but he didn't realize how drastically it would change his life. He had no idea he would meet the man of his dreams because of it. He also had no idea he would become the target of a serial killer because of it. Dean’s world gets turned upside down when Noah, the guy he’d been fantasizing with through a computer screen, ends up in his exam room. Their connection is immediate, even though Noah has no idea Dean is behind his online crush. They both have issues to work on, but can either of them pass up a chance like this? Or are they both throwing themselves into harm’s way? ______________ Code Silver is the first book in the Sierra View series. It's a full-length, steamy gay romance that can be read alone and has no cliffhangers.

Okay, aber nicht mitreißend

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    Code Silver (The Sierra View Series Book 1)
    Makaria

    Makaria

    20. March 2017 um 18:28

    Ein gutes Buch, das man durchaus lesen kann. Haut mich aber leider nicht vom Hocker. Der Schreibstil ist etwas ermüdend, sodass ich mich selbst beim Zeilen überspringen entdecke und immer mal wieder auch das Buch weglege. Man kommt zum Ende, und es gibt auch Spannung, aber es ist leider nichts weltbewegendes.