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Detour Amour

(Detour Paris Series #3)

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Detour Amour marks Tucker Blue’s rise from the ashes to win the day and rescue the woman he loves, and live happily ever after. But is that what really happens?
One thing’s for sure. Tucker's been pushed too far this time, and he’s pissed. He’s out not only to rescue his love but to destroy his enemies.
Not just destroy, annihilate and Dancer throws everything in the book,
Kindle Edition, 331 pages
Published August 4th 2015
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Ian Miller
Jan 10, 2016 rated it liked it
I am not exactly sure what this book is intended to be, but I feel it badly needs a structural edit, and with some serious rewriting it could be great. A more usual edit to deal with some odd punctuation would not go astray either. It starts off in the middle, more or less, of what most authors would call a very promising plot for a thriller. We have multiple kidnappings, corrupt police, mutilation, extortion, fraud, Homeland Security agents in Spain, and I am sure I have missed a lot out. So, w ...more
Jan 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
Wow! That’s what I was thinking when I turned the last page of this book. The story was creative and original and I really enjoyed it. The description says it’s a romance from the male perspective, which it is, but it is also an action book. If you expect your romances to be all hearts and flowers, then this is not the book for you, but if you’re willing to take a risk on a new perspective, then definitely pick up a copy. I will say that this is book 3 in a trilogy and I felt a little lost at th ...more
Jan 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed watching the characters develop through the three books. It was really twisted at the end. And at one point I thought for sure Monica ends up being another sister. I was surprised at who ended up with the winning lottery tickets and am still wondering when they got the ticket.
My favorite characters would have to be a tie between Speedo and Dick. I love how they are always getting things done, or even knowing what is going on at all times. It is baffling how quickly things get done and
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“I'm a man. Why would you expect anything else? We're meant to be easy and predictable. You are woman. You possess what we seek. We cannot afford to confuse your minds if we are to attain what we seek. Therefore, we elect to be easy and predictable.” 2 likes
“It was then you'd have thought I'd been shot by a Taser, as paralyzed as I was at the sight of her - the perfect feminine form, the image hitting me with the velocity of a Slurpee-like brain-freeze, rendering me again the helpless, hapless male. Any trace of rationality or logic or even common sense that might've been there before is quickly abandoning ship, leaving Dickbrain at the helm and Lust navigating,” 1 likes
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