Catching a Phoenix (Phoenix, #1)
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Catching a Phoenix (Phoenix #1)

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Confined to rural England for a holiday, Ryan Holmes isn’t expecting the only person within a five-mile radius to be the man of his dreams. Hotheaded but introverted, Jazz Spencer, Ryan’s solitary neighbour, may look like a dream come true but has the potential to become a nightmare.
Giving in to mutual attraction, they begin an affair, and Ryan finds himself increasingly i...more
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Published August 25th 2012 by Siren-BookStrand, Inc.
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I know this is a series but this book resolves nothing! I still have all the same question after reading it that I had at the beginning. The book was great it was written well and kept me interested but if I wasn't holding my Kindle I think I'd have thrown it out the window at the end because I got no answers! I suggest, if your like me and need instant gratification, that you wait till the next in the series comes out so you can start the next book straight away!

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Sep 14, 2012 Seraph rated it 4 of 5 stars
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This story really takes its time, in a good way. There's a lot going on with descriptions and secondary characters (I absolutely fell in love with Algy - can he please get his own story?) and the main plot with the MC's relationship develops slowly in spite of the insta-love on Ryan's part.
The characters are so very realistic that I wanted to slap Jazz more than once for putting Ryan through all this. Gawd, that guy can be annoying and I'm not sure I like him all that much
Clair De
I couldn't put it down. I don't usually read M/M, but I really enjoyed this book and as soon as I'd finished I began the sequel
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I think I must be sleep-deprived. Stared at my computer from afar and thought the guy on the right was a penis.

James Cox
Fantastic characters and a really enjoyable story. Sexy!
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