Wild Angels (Lost Boys and Love Letters, #3)
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Wild Angels (Lost Boys and Love Letters #3)

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Book Three in the Lost Boys and Love Letters Series

A gunshot wound isn't enough to slow down Detective Patrick Hawkins, so his friends conspire to ship him off to visit his best friend and ex-lover, Dr. Julian Piet, for some forced recovery time. If only Julian and his new boyfriend weren't so disgustingly cute all the time, Patrick might actually have a chance to enjoy h...more
ebook, 254 pages
Published October 23rd 2009 by Dreamspinner Press (first published 2009)
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Nichole (Dirty H)
::Deep Announcer Voice::
This season on Queer as Folk: Rural Alberta...

Will the small town doctor solve the pointless mystery?
Will an old friendship survive a "look but don't touch" threesome?
Will Brian Kinn - er, Patrick Hawkins ever find love?

::End Announcer Voice::

Okay, so Patrick isn't a complete Brian Kinney clone - he does make himself much more vulnerable than Brian ever did, but mostly... yeah, Patrick is Brian. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
I actually really enjoyed this book, I t...more
Ravyn
Now that I've finished with Book 3 of the "Lost Boys and Love Letters" series, I can say without a doubt that none of these books had anything to do with lost boys nor love letters.

I'm not sure what happened with this book, but it managed to have an even less cohesive plot than the previous two books. The "suspense/mystery" component promised in the book blurb is ridiculously lacking and totally unbelievable. There is some vague storyline about finding a body in the woods and a little girl gone...more
FloJ
Progress report. I am going to have to re- read True North and Picture Perfect because I have obviously forgotten some important details!

I just realised, 'Better Late than Never" in the Reflections of Love Anthology is a sort of prequel to this series. And I am starting to wonder if there are some other shorts I have missed as I keep feeling I am missing something crucial as I read Wild Angels.

OK, finished it. 4 stars.
Suze
A book that probably only really makes sense if you have read the previous 2 stories. I enjoyed it as a continuation of the universe and stories we've already had.
There are lots of characters in the series and in this one, Patrick gets his story. He probably is a lost boy, for all the big bad cop bravado, he is quite insecure and seems to have a traumatic background story. I would love more about Patrick, and give him a hug! He just seems to keep every one at such a distance (well, except for Br...more
Eyre
This one is closer to a 3.5 for me.

Patrick isn't doing anything to help himself recover from his gunshot wound, so Cam sends him to Partick's ex-boyfriend Julian. This creates a bit of a tense situation since Julian is living with Jack, his new partner. Once there, Patrick begins to heal physically, but seeing Julian with another man is taking its toll emotionally. Luckily, he meets Brad, but Patrick is going to have to deal with some old insecurities if he's going to make things work with his...more
Sadonna
Jul 17, 2011 Sadonna rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Good follow up to Picture Perfect - but really left things hanging. Really enjoyed getting to see Julian and Jack again as well as the rest of the characters from the first book in this series. I guess the biggest thing in this book is a little more insight into Patrick's personality. He's obviously got a lot of unresolved issues from his past - from his parents' rejection to his low self-esteem and his fulfilling his needs with apparently empty sex with lots of men. It really seems like he need...more
Phoenix
Still have a little bit of a problem with the writing in general but this one was much! More thought out and felt a lot more organic than the last one. Biggest problem I had was the number of times people act like a freak and then someone asks "is something wrong?" Of course, something's wrong. Ask, "what's wrong?," instead. Also again the fore shadowing to the kidnapping made it very obvious who was responsible. Especially since the person responsible wasn't even mentioned in the first book, no...more
Linda-Grace
Absolutely adored it love the characters. Did wish though that the information matched what was said True North about certain things but nothing that spoiled my enjoyment of the book.
Jen
Jan 18, 2010 Jen rated it 4 of 5 stars
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I fell in love with Patrick in Picture Perfect and having him be one of the main characters in Wild Angels made my day.
Sayuri_x
Much better than book 2 in the series. I would have given it a 4 but it was spoiled by a sucky ending.
Angelmira
Totally loved the ending. I knew he's going to be awesome when he fells in love. :)
Idamus
Nov 10, 2012 Idamus rated it 2 of 5 stars
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Reread, I liked it better the first time
Vikki
Nov 12, 2010 Vikki added it
Brilliant, just simply brilliant.
Rayner
actually 3.5
Tam
Dec 03, 2009 Tam rated it 3 of 5 stars
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3.5
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