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Saying I Do (Quinn Security #3)

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  1,202 Ratings  ·  75 Reviews
Genre: LGBT Contemporary
Series: Quinn Security; Previous Title: Finding Home
Series Note: Sequel to Finding Home

When Rhone Quinn caught Adam Reyes picking his pocket in Finding Home, he never dreamed the young man would become his best friend, his business partner, or that Adam was secretly gay and falling for him. Rhone, a heterosexual is then really knocked on his ass aft
ebook, 145 pages
Published December 29th 2009 by Loose Id, LLC (first published 2009)
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Jun 27, 2010 DarienMoya rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of Cameron Dane, and those who like real men who get it ON!
^^ I DO TOO!^^

So this is the sequel to Finding Home by Cameron Dane. The first book was an intro to Rhone and Adam, very short and oh so sweet. See Rhone and Adam has been friends for over ten years, and Adam has been in love with him the whole time, well they get together and start a relationship, I won't go into details but if you want info check my review for Finding Home. This book picks up where the first one left us, we get a a very candid look into their lives as a couple, its two years
Elisa Rolle
Usually Seasonal romances are light, especially the one turning around Christmas, even more when there is a marriage in them, it’s like putting together the most romantic situations, a sugary overdose is assured, but if the author mixes well the ingredients, the result could a master chef marriage cake. And to have some cherries on top of the cake, this is also a “family” get together story, a typical expedient of publishers under Christmas, asking authors to write a story in the middle of the s ...more
Dec 12, 2012 Monika rated it it was ok

2.5 Stars

This is the third book in the Quinn Security Series and a continuation of Rhone and Adam’s story, I pretty much feel the same about this one as I did about the first one. We got to know Rhone and Adam a bit more but still I feel no connection to these two. I found myself skimming a lot of it, there was pages of sex then a bit of story and then pages of sex again with a tiny bit more story and so on and I’m still having a huge problem with Rhone’s GFY thing, it’s just too far out there.
4 stars

I loved reading Saying I Do the 3 book of the Quinn Security Series. This book was such a sexy and fun read, good story, awesome steaming sex and lots of twist.

Rhone and Adam are a cute and sexy couple heading to Vermont to get married but before they say I DO and get they happily ever after they have to past some more twist and to confront the fears they never spoken about it.

My only issue with this book is that i felt the action was being rushed and everything happened to quick.

3.0 Stars

A sweet sequel to the series. Rhone Quinn and Adam Reyes are about to tie the knot but their nuptials are almost sidelined by the shenanigans of friends and other hotel guests.

Bottom line: a sweet sequel to the series.
Jan 26, 2010 Kassa rated it liked it
Finding Home is probably my favorite Cameron Dane book so I definitely wanted to read the sequel, Saying I Do. This particular story unfortunately doesn’t live up to the greatness of the previous novel, but fans of the couple will want to read this for the strong happy ending. The antics and tension in the story are humorous at times and ridiculous at others. The tension is all completely artificial but a lot of readers won’t be bothered and can enjoy the story for what it is; after all it’d be ...more
Jul 16, 2010 Janna rated it really liked it
In Saying I Do we’re back with Adam and Rhone from Finding Home, fast forwarded two years. They are engaged now and about to get married, but at the hotel where the big occasion is going to take place they get distracted by a few people in distress. And while helping out other people some tension is added to their own relationship. A big fight and a mind-blowing make-up scene are the result. Those were the best parts of the book which as a whole is an enjoyable reacquaintance with two very likea ...more
This was better than the first book in the series (Finding Home) in the sense that Rhone and Adam are an established couple about to get married so that part didn't feel contrived.

But I couldn't help but roll my eyes when they decided to play matchmaker for a couple they just met and offering help to a hotel employee they barely knew (and who hadn't asked for it.) And with all those coincidences and being in the right place at the right time, they should be playing the lottery.

Also, the author u
Aug 24, 2016 Jodi rated it really liked it
Shelves: z-favorite, z-reread
Reread: 7/22/14 - 4 stars

Orig Read: 8/13/13 - 5 stars
Even though I adored Finding Home (the book where Rhone and Adam come together), I was afraid that this one would be boring and uneventful. Boy, was I happily wrong! By the end, not only did they save the world twice (in the lives of those around them), but they managed to remind me all over again why I love them as a couple. Sweet, romantic, and perfectly matched. Loved it!
Mar 10, 2016 Brooklyn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: borrowed, mm-romance
Love these guys! They love each other so much, with so much passion and devotion. It's wonderful to see.
3.5 stars
I read quite a bit of Cameron Dane's stuff (m/m stuff) so I know what I am getting into when I buy her books.
This story - the sequel to Finding Home is an entertaining little tale about Rhone & Adam's wedding adventure. If you are a fan of CD and/or have liked the Quinn Security Series of books then it's worth reading. The plot is a bit silly but there are newly introduced characters who will appear in later books so it is nice to learn about them.

CD has a way with words and someti
Wendy Ann
I couldn't wait to read more about Rhone and Adam, so I skipped right past book #2 in the series and jumped into this one. There's nothing more romantic to me than two guys who find their "forever love" and want to make a commitment to one another! My romantic sweet tooth got its fill with this wonderful sequel:)

Not only did I get to follow up with two of my favorite characters in this book, but there were also a couple of secondary stories and characters that added some interest. One of those s
Mar 13, 2010 Betryal rated it liked it
From when the first book came out about then they'd first met till this one which in book world is a twelve year gap I found it quite extensive not having anything to read on in between for this two characters. I know there was another before this but unfortunately I don't read M/F so yeah it's my loss and I lost out anything that might have happened before this.

The most action was involving what happened with Wes and I would have liked to have seen a little more than just this. Ok, I mean it r
Something about Cameron Dane's writing always pulls an emotional response from me, even when the plot is a bit weaker than some of her other novels, as is the case in this novel. I think it's Dane's ability to portray a man's insecurities and vulnerabilities in a way that seems realistic (to me, anyway) yet at the same time, the man remains a strong man. In this novel, the third in the Quinn Security series, we follow the couple established in the first of the series, through their wedding prepa ...more
Trisha Harrington
Adam and Rhone are back and stronger than ever in this book. There were a few trying times for the couple, but they worked on their issues. I thought myself this book is very believable. It goes to show after a couple get a HEA there can still be topic's that need discussing. A few times in this book I thought they would break up, but for me the way everything was dealt with was perfect.

I have to say, I love this couple. Honestly they are perfect together. No matter how many problems they uncoun
Serena Yates
Apr 18, 2010 Serena Yates rated it it was amazing
Shelves: gay
I loved this sequel to Finding Home. It gives more details of Adam's and Rhone's life together two years later.

Even though they are trying to focus on getting married, others' problems keep "interfering", which makes for a relaxing, fun read. The depth of emotions between the two lovers and Adam's struggle to come to terms with Rhone's bi-sexuality (although that label is never mentioned) give the story a deeper meaning which I really liked.

(I would definitely recommend reading the first volume
Brenda (b)
Mar 09, 2010 Brenda (b) rated it really liked it
I thought this was a wonderful story and the perfect sequel to the 1st Quinn Security book. This one takes place about 2 years after Finding Home . The author has given us a glimpse into more of Adam and Rhone's life together and hints at a future story involving other Quinn Security employees.
Rissa (an M/M kinda Girl!!)
May 22, 2012 Rissa (an M/M kinda Girl!!) rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, read-m-m
I loved Adam & Rhone in Finding Home :) I was so glad we got to share the week leading up to the wedding with them & then some of the honeymoon.
I really enjoyed the story and characters. My only complaint was that the sex scenes were so frequent I just skipped forward. The storyline was good so more plot and less sex would have been nice.
Fairy tale endings should exist for everyone! For Adam and Rhone, that fairy tale ending may come with several interruptions, a case that they literally stumble across while planning their wedding in Vermont and several interrupted make-out sessions but it exists... and how awesome is it to be part of that experience!

Summary: When Rhone Quinn caught Adam Reyes picking his pocket in Finding Home, he never dreamed the young man would become his best friend, his business partner, or that, as that
Kelly H. (Maybedog)
I didn't have high expectations for this book, and it pretty much delivered on that. Basically the plot is an excuse to show these men in love and getting married. The two mysteries are really obvious, not really even mysteries, and so trite as to be boring. There was WAY too much sex described. I'm on board with how much they had sex--they were there to get married after all--but we didn't need to see it. Adam was an idiot with his jealousy, just utterly ridiculous given what he saw, but his re ...more
Jul 06, 2012 Kimberly rated it it was amazing
My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed:

It’s been two years since Rhone Quinn realized he was in love with Adam Reyes. Their relationship has gone through many changes over the years. They met when Rhone caught Adam trying to pick his pocket and since that fateful first meeting when Rhone offered Adam a job instead of turning him over to the police, Adam has become his business partner, best friend, and, to both their surprises, the love of the prev
Nov 11, 2013 Eyre rated it it was amazing
In the first Quinn Security book, Adam, homeless and desperate, meets Rhone when he tries to pick his pocket. Rather than turning him over to the authorities, Rhone takes Adam in and gives him a home and a job. Adam quickly falls in love with Rhone; unfortunately, Rhone has never felt an attraction to another man. The two become best friends and the friendship blossoms into true love.

In Saying I Do, book 3 in the series, Dane moves Adam and Rhone forward a few years. The two are happily living a
Claire Inger
Apr 21, 2013 Claire Inger rated it did not like it
I read the first and gave it 1 star, but I don't like leaving stories unfinished when they have a sequel or are part of a series. I thought maybe the follow up would be better. It wasn't.

Straight away there's some random stranger letting another random stranger in on her private business. Would you ever spill your story out to someone you've just met? I don't think so. It was all so convenient the way the two MCs were just allowed into the random people's situation to form some semblance of a pl
rhone and alex are getting married. unless something happens to disrupt the wedding, that is. they have to deal with a couple who don't seem to want to get married and a hotel employee who is being abused, not to mention the insecurities that come up in their relationship.

what i liked: i liked the fact that the relationship picks up a couple of years down the road; it seems more believable, and they've settled in to their togetherness. i like rhone and alex as a couple, and the insecuri
Sep 10, 2016 Rachel rated it it was ok
I was surprised to learn that the 2 main characters of the book are Rhone and Adam. I had put their story to rest in my mind after book one. They have a solid relationship now (even with the one small conflict that rears it's head towards the end but is quickly and easily resolved) so having them in focus seemed redundant.

The first half of the book felt like Rhone and Adam repeatedly telling each other they love one another, thinking how much they love one another, and making love to one another
Feb 25, 2011 ElaineY rated it did not like it
No plot. Just pages and pages of repetitive sex between Rhone and Adam who already had their book in Finding Home. The only 'event' is that involving a minor character, Wes, and his abusive relationship with the hotel concierge, Jared. Again, no development here, the scenes just dropped in when Rhone and Adam take a short break from sex. I skimmed through all the sex pages to get to parts that told the story. These couldn't fill a page.

I bought this book thinking it's where Logan and Nate, the M
Lisa J.
We catch up with Rhone and Adam in Vermont as they prepare for their wedding. I loved watching the drama unfold surrounding the nuptials -- especially Adam's insecurity about Rhone's attraction to women. Their eventual conversation about that was mature and thoughtful. These men were best friends first, and that shined through on every page. And so did their passion. The pages burned up, but there were two too many drawn out sex scenes. It became redundant.

While at the hotel, Adam and Rhone find
Nov 10, 2013 Max rated it liked it
This was a nice sequel to Finding Home. Very good to "Check in" on the boys and see how they're getting along. The only thing that kept this from getting a fourth star is some of the repetitive sex scenes, "Oops, we haven't read the word seed in the past 25 pages, Better get those pants off!" Yeah, I enjoy reading about a good blow job as much as the next guy, but for such a short story there was just so much. I'll read the next book in series because it's what I do. I can't stand to think I mig ...more
Dec 19, 2015 Bookivore rated it really liked it

I was happy to see that Cameron Dane wrote a sequel to Adam and Rhone's story and I wasn't disappointed by it, like it happens sometimes with sequels. This book was a bridge between the original characters we knew and loved from the first books and the future characters introduced to the series (Nate, Logan, Wes and Robert). What I found interesting was the fact that the author didn't feel the need to show us a perfect couple without problems or doubts.

Adam and Rhone were as sweet and cute toget
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I am an air force brat and spent most of my growing up years living overseas in Italy and England, as well as Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and Virginia while we were stateside. I now live in Florida once again with my big, wonderfully pushy family and my three-legged cat, Harry. I have been reading romance novels since I was twelve years old, and twenty years later I still adore them. Currently, I have ...more
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“I absorbed the fact that we're finally here, and it hit me that this is really happening.”
“Hell yeah it is.” Rhone winked and caressed his palm down Adam's waist to his hip. “Better not faint on me at the altar.” Leaning down, he whispered oh-so-very-softly in Adam's
ear, “Or else I'll make you ten times redder with the method I use to bring you out of your swoon.” He licked his tongue into Adam's ear and shot a reaction straight down to his cock.”
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