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International Relations

3.24  ·  Rating details ·  33 ratings  ·  7 reviews
They came from two different countries, practically two different worlds, but that didn’t stop them from falling in love …

While Darren was away from his South Carolina home on a work visa, things changed so much politically that he realized that he could never really feel safe going back there. Which maybe wouldn’t have been a problem, except that he’d learned that there
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Kindle Edition, 1 edition, 176 pages
Published February 21st 2017 by LoveLight Press
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Patrice Leonard
I really enjoyed this book. I'm glad I didn't pay too much attention to some of the negative reviews I read, and decided to pick this one up. This was a light, sweet, sexy read that had no angst or cliched misunderstandings. The two MC's were adults and acted as such, which is a huge thing for me. I read far too many books where the author had MC's that are adults in age but that's where it ends. They still write them as if they were immature brats. I really dislike that and it often ruins the b ...more
Amber
Mar 01, 2017 rated it liked it
I liked International Relations by Riley Knight, but there were a couple of things that kept it from being a great read for me. First, is reading a book where the two main characters both have names that start with the same letter as this book does with Darren and Danny. It just seems to take longer to associate the name with their identity, and it is easier to mix them up which leads to rereading paragraphs to make sure you have them correct in you mind. The second would be that I read books to ...more
Kimberly
Mar 13, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: mm-read
Felt like someone writing who had very little experience with life. Particularly with what is a reasonable plot in the American South. Or interpersonal relationship among adult coworkers. Or ... a lot of things.
Terri Jones
Feb 24, 2017 rated it did not like it
The problem with self-publishing is that it is too easy (relatively). Writing a whole novel, even a rough draft, is a Big Deal. Writing's hard. But writing a good novel, ah. That takes not just work, but more than one pair of eyes, and some of those readers MUST be critical readers. And the writer must listen.

I bailed on reading this at 15%. Out of boredom, and despair. It's worse than her first book, which at least had heart.

This is almost like a first draft. The sentences are fine, but the pa
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Cee Brown
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(¸.•´♥ (¸.•`♥ Falling for straight guys was a bad idea, no matter how adorable they were.

What I liked about this book was how I felt in the moment. It had nothing to do with sexuality and more about how the heart speaks truthfully even when we do not want to. Two men, so different, but so much alike find themselves on the same side.

Daniel was Canadian, unwilling to advance his career due to the love he had for what he did. In a gesture so far outreaching, he offered his Ame
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Rachel
Feb 25, 2017 rated it it was ok
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

Where to start with this. The characters were confusing as the names were so similar it was easy to mix up who was who.
The characters weren't developed enough. The storyline was not developed. It was a good storyline in theory but it wasn't explored.
There wasn't a proper connection between the mcs the relationship seemed forced.
The introduction of Lucien didn't do anything for the storyline it was like the author thought the book need
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Sharon Hatt
Feb 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Officers Darren and Danny never hit it off, unfortunately with Darren’s partner being promoted he is paired with Danny. Danny does not approve of Darren’s off the cuff, rule bending police work (he is a by the rules no funny business kind of guy) even if Darren does get good results. Being partners and spending time together brings out a side of each other as yet unseen and they start to fall. Only Darren is about to be sent back to South Carolina (which terrifies him), the only solution is a fa ...more
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