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At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. A sweet, easy read. Had worked hard to forget. There’s no mystery, just Diamond thief Noel spends the night with the FBI agent whose been hot on his tail for years. The characters were intriguing and I find myself invested icecaade and rooting for both the MCs really quickly. Lanyon words, characters, and worlds always find a warm corner of my heart to settle in.

Robert made a sound that was somewhere between a snort and a splutter. Dec 20, Denise H. There’s a knock on lznyon door and – voila – Robert is there, asking Noel questions about copycat burglaries.

I became completely immersed in this romance between these two and definitely became emotionally invested in the outcome. Well, I guess my sense of justice has been offended by Icecapade.

It’s the eve of the new millennium, and their cat and mouse game reaches a new level when they end up sleeping together. His for the Holidays. Now, – – This captivating tale is about two very different men, one on the right side of the law and one who used to be on the wrong side.


There is just something so sexy about a man taking care of his sick mate. And there is a baby llama!! Lovers and Other Strangers. Just follow the links to see what everyone is up to one year later. Robert is all business and as cold as ice: Is there a way to keep heaping praise on these things without sounding sycophantic?

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By the way, thanks for providing that last picture next to the story, or some of us not-so-good-at-mornings people might have been confused. Jksh would they live?

I smiled, winced and had a few heart twisting moments. Jun 08, Argona rated it liked it Shelves: It totally reads like a full-length novel.

The review must be at least 50 characters long. He smiled widely at Robert.

I wish all short stories were like this. There were a couple of things I liked. I think this was perhaps my first Josh Lanyon book It’s sort of a bit too sudden and abrupt end. May 01, MsMiz Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: The Wolf at the Door.

Loved it, although I nearly covered the keyboard in tea when I read the line about diamonds: Noel is a loveable hero.

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Me too, both for the ”Awww! There was a landslide of gaily wrapped parcels beneath the ten foot tall silver spruce tree dominating the front parlor. This story revolves around the main protagonists, of course, but I really enjoyed all the supporting characters, from Noel’s agent to his neighbors, the way they kept on interfering with Noel and Robert’s meeting was entertaining and gave an incredible richness to the story.


It was there all the same. It seems I am coming down from my eggnog high and really know that this was a 4 star. When Robert shows up at his door unexpectedly on Christmas Eve, Noel can’t help being thrilled to see him after such a long time – until Robert says he’s there to question Noel in connection with a series of jewel robberies occurring in New York City over the past three months. In this story, not being privy to Robert’s thoughts and feelings was essential – and that’s all I can say without giving too much plot away.

Well, Noel decides that this Christmas, it will be a whole different outcome for the two of them. Josh Lanyon December 14, at 3: Noel says he has nothing to do with it, but Robert keeps pushing him. Funny thing is, Noel’s fictional character, Richard Cross, has been inspired by his longstanding nemesis Cuffe.