Blood on the Mountain
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I still love this couple so much. The other big draw card is the beautiful setting, its so exquisite and always has me yearning to be right there amongst the green forests. Also my very favourite and best part of the story is the *strip archery* Jake and Kurt indulge in, steamy and very memorable, amongst other things. Taut action, lovely men who are still working hard and dealing with whatever comes their way. More of Jake and Kurt is always a delight in my eyes.
We meet our favorite couple in a state of playful bliss, but soon learn that there is trouble in par ...more
To complicate matters, there is a situation in the mountain involving bad guys and drugs. As with the other books, someone ...more
The secondary characters were just as skilfully drawn and Jake’s mother made me laugh on more ...more
Once again taking on a ranger season in the wilderness, Jake and Kurt can't quite delve into their private love affair when the question of coming out is still unfinished with Jake. But then the two men discover a field of dangerous crop ...more
Oh wait.. it's not the last book. Sweet.
However, this book packed a punch.
Jake and Kurt definitely had their biggest life scare ever. And it definitely changed their lives forever.
Jake also really had to decide if he enjoyed being in the closet or not.
All in all, I really enjoyed it. Though I still don't like the voice that the narrator uses for Jake. Too feminine for how I imagine Jake to be.
Review written for MM Good Book Reviews
Alright, so once again I’ll have to scream it out loud how much I love Kurt. That character makes everything fine for me. And because I love Kurt so much I spend more than half of the book wanting to slap Jake silly. I mean I knew at some point thing would get better, but till they actually got there I really envisioned ways of killing that little fictional character myself.
Anyway, so Blood on the Mountains c ...more
When they stumble upon a field of flowers that should not be in the Rockies, al ...more
The relationship drama still revolves around Jake's fear of living openly with Kurt as his boyfriend. In the very first book, we learned that recently graduated Jake had just come out to his college friends and had be ...more
A good, enjoyable update on Jake and Kurt, from earlier in the series. The stories can be read standalone but I enjoyed reading about these two again.
I enjoyed the opening strip archery scene - never look at bows again in quite the same light. Liked that Kurt used them as a weapon, even if it had serious implications.
Again, the mountains and rangers work play a fairly big role, and those pesky guys in the truck were always going to cause trouble. I enjoyed the story, though I think disharmon ...more
They are starting up their second season together, and the last for Jake who is going back to school in the fall. Crazy little hints about something bad happening on the mountain, until we get hit on the side of the head with drugs, death threats and serious injuries.
I liked Fire on the Mountain the best so far, but this story is more of a mystery and the last we see of Jake and Kurt. I did like how they wrapped up their ...more
I have loved each of the Mountain books, but this just might be the be ...more
Finn Sterling narrated this first and third person title, and he did a fabulous job. He was easy to listen to and just sucked me right into the story. I can safely say that his narration helped the story come alive for me.
When not writing, playing her fidd ...more