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  • ebook
  • 102 pages
  • Granite: A Rocky Start
  • G.H. Worth
  • English
  • 01 March 2019
  • 1610401042

10 thoughts on “Granite: A Rocky Start

  1. Tam Tam says:

    While this story seems to have a police mystery plot, that is really a minor aspect of the story It starts with detective Baxter facing off with ADA Cameron when a judge throws out DNA evidence, meaning a killer is going to get off Cameron has been getting under Baxter s skin for a couple of years, he can t help being attracted to the guy even though his attitude drives him crazy However as they argue over the options for the case, Baxter makes a move which freaks Cameron out He s in the clo While this story seems to have a police mystery plot, that is really a minor aspect of the story It starts with detective Baxter facing off with ADA Cameron when a judge throws out DNA evidence, meaning a killer is going to get off Cameron has been getting under Baxter s skin for a couple of years, he can t help being attracted to the guy even though his attitude drives him crazy However as they argue over the options for the case, Baxter makes a move which freaks Cameron out He s in the closet and figures Baxter wants to use his sexuality to blackmail him in some way.Once he realizes that Baxter is serious, it s revealed that Cameron has been lusting after him as well Then things start to go wrong Every time they try to get together something seems to go wrong, work interferes, their car is vandalized after a date and they have to deal with that, then Baxter has family plans and despite Cam s exhaustion he agrees to help his sister, a caterer, out by tending bar for a wedding By chance it s the wedding of Baxter s brother and when he sees a napping Cameron he attempts to wake him up in cutesy fashion, leading to Cameron smashing him in the face with his head and breaking his nose What can go wrong, does, however it gets Baxter out of the wedding party with is annoying SIL and he can introduce Baxter to his family.I really liked both guys They take their jobs seriously and work a lot and hard, but Baxter was very good about making workaholic Cameron put work aside They were cute and likable characters Cameron even decides to come out for Baxter Even though it ends fairly quickly the book takes place over about 4 or 5 days with declarations of love, they had known each other for a couple of years so it wasn t that odd.There were some nice secondary characters, Baxter s straight partner who he sniped at and with all the time but was fine with him being gay, Cameron s secretary who is his sister s best friend, and then Baxter s parents I would have liked to know what was going to happen with his brother s fiance, no one seemed to like her that much, including Baxter s parents, so I would have liked to see something come of that But on the whole they rounded out the story nicely.I kept shaking my head as their romance was diverted but it didn t carry on that long 5 days, not 5 weeks, and they didn t see each other every day and with their high pressure jobs and the nightmare of the case gone bad, it made sense and fit their lives So a nice read with an easy flowing style that worked for me with a quite a few good natured snipey snarky conversations between characters which always work for me


  2. Ami Ami says:

    3.5 starsThis story is pretty amusing it happens for one week as Detective Baxter Alexander and Assistant District Attorney Cameron Hamilton try to score after two years of attraction Unfortunately, though they do get lunch date and a couple of time outside of their respective working place, but that week is pretty much a rocky start what with having vandalized car, important eye witness that dies, evidence being thrown out I enjoy the determination for both Baxter and Cameron to kee 3.5 starsThis story is pretty amusing it happens for one week as Detective Baxter Alexander and Assistant District Attorney Cameron Hamilton try to score after two years of attraction Unfortunately, though they do get lunch date and a couple of time outside of their respective working place, but that week is pretty much a rocky start what with having vandalized car, important eye witness that dies, evidence being thrown out I enjoy the determination for both Baxter and Cameron to keep trying though The ending is cute, it takes place at Baxter s sister wedding and seems like the two guys will make it after all


  3. Meggie Meggie says:

    Now this is truly funny short novella The plot is really easy, but so funnythe comics makes this story alive The dialogs are huge part of this story and you can only enjoy it Maybe it would be better with adeveloped plot because I think it s missing.


  4. Chris Chris says:

    So so m m romance about a police detective and an assistant district attorney who ve had the hots for each other for months, but neither realized the other was gay.


  5. Leni Leni says:

    Fast paced with funny moments I liked this book alot.


  6. KJW KJW says:

    very cute


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Granite: A Rocky Start❰Reading❯ ➶ Granite: A Rocky Start Author G.H. Worth – Thomashillier.co.uk The attraction simmering between Detective Baxter Alexander and Assistant District Attorney Cameron Hamilton for two years finally explodes into life during the middle of an important homicide investi The attraction simmering between Detective Baxter Alexander and Assistant District Attorney Cameron Hamilton for two years finally explodes into life during the middle of an important homicide investigation gone bad Both men are dedicated to doing their jobs, and finding time for a personal life isn t easy, especially a new lover, when reality keeps getting in the way No matter how hard they try to spend time together, nothing goes as planned, but despite a rocky start, they re determined to keep trying.


About the Author: G.H. Worth

I ve been an avid reader all my life I get that from my mother , and believes there s no such thing as too many books I write M M contemporary, and occasionally a M F, when the characters scream loud enough not to ignore.