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Latitude Extreme (Latitude #2)

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When love has you going to the extreme to rectify a misunderstanding.

Craig and his sister Lana have officially been recruited for season two of Latitude on the famous LGBTQ network. The only problem is that Lana is now going to be teaming up with her new boyfriend, former camera man Angel. So why are they contacting him to come on the show this season with no teammate? An
ebook, 114 pages
Published January 15th 2013 by Extasy Books
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I did not read the first book in this series but this sounded light and interesting. I don't believe I missed anything by not reading book #1, Latitude 45

The MC's in this book are Craig and Luke. Craig's twin, Lana, is also a main player in the book. The theme is that the characters are on a LGBTQ reality program. There are contestants, in pairs, where it is like The Amazing Race. The contestants/characters travel to different loctions, receive relevant information through the 'rainbow envelope
Shirley Frances
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Craig and Lara were some of the characters that caught my attention back in Latitude 45, especially Craig. In this second installment of the Latitude series we get to read Craig story. With a troublesome past filled with bullying because of his and his sister's sexuality, Craig has many walls erected around himself. Years after leaving high school he still remembers the taunts and the humiliation that he endured and the people who caused it. He always believed Luke was one of the guys
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Even though I haven't read the first book, this one is still a decent read if you like reality shows. I personally liked The Amazing Race on TV and Latitude Extreme show in the book is very similar. The characters are likeable. Craig, treats Luke badly at first since he wants someone to blame for all bullying his sister endured during their high school days. Luke, on the other hand, persevered and in the middle of the race, made up with Craig. He also revealed (view spoiler) ...more
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An amazing race around the world.

This book was all go-go-go and I went-went-went with it—and with a smile, too. In this story, teams race against each other for clues that lead them to the million-dollar finish line. The big question pushing me through the novella: who will win?

This was a satisfying action-adventure read with a nice twist of conflict. Craig is teamed up with a guy he hated from his high-school days. They must work together not only to complete each challenge, but to overcome
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Hmm... what can I say about Latitude Extreme? It is the second book in the Latitude series from Stephanie Hecht and Jackie Nacht. It follows 3 of the minor characters from book 1 as well as a newcomer, Luke, as they once again take on an "Amazing Race" type adventure. This one, of course, being geared to the LGBTQ community. The story itself was an okay read, but I had a number of issues with it. First there were a lot of inco
Kendra T
Jun 11, 2014 Kendra T rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Not a bad follow up to Latitude 45. It was a bit campy at parts and seemed too rushed, but overall I loved the reunion of Craig and Luke. Lana is an awesome sister. I love the relationship the twins have. Good book.
Cute. The first one was slightly better.
In all honesty, if I hadn't needed this for my around the country challenge, I might have opted not to finish. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't really my style--a little too juvenile, a little too hokey.
I thought this was a nice follow up to the first book. I liked the fast paced writing as they moved on from challenge to challenge and I liked the characters.
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Short, sexy and sweet—where a little love goes a long way.
That’s the best way to describe Jackie Nacht’s stories. I was introduced to M/M Romance through my sister, Stephani, and read it for years. Then, I thought it was time to put my own stories on paper. I began writing short and sweet stories that ended with a happily ever after…and sometimes more than one, in the case of my YA Fork in the Ro
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