Dancing With The Tide
Someone wants to kill cute, sexy gay pop star Karif al-Fulan, and it's up to bodyguards Liam McCullough and Aidan Greene to keep him safe. But will Karif destroy the burgeoning love between Liam and Aidan with his intimate advances? Between passionate romps in a private villa on the resort island of Djerba, off the coast of T...more
They take to a secluded beach villa for protection, and the adventure begins.
This books like the Three Wrong Turns in the Desertwas fast paced and fun the romance was great Liam and Aidan are so hot for each other and so loving and open. Just great chemistry. In this book Aidan was funnier and more assertive, I like that side of ...more
One of the stories in Surfer Boys introduced me to the island of Djerba, off the Tunisian coast, and I thought that would be a great place to send my buys on their first assignment as bodyguard partners. I enjoyed showing the way Aidan grows into his role as Liam's work partner, an ...more
I loved the first book and the wonderful descriptiveness of Neil’s writing and he’s done the same again in Dancing ...more
It didn't have the strong sense of place of the previous book Three Wrong Turns in the Desert, which really made my head spin with all the adventures Aidan and Liam went through, and I missed it some. I also think that Kafir, the popstar Aidan and Liam were protecting, was cute, but not very likable, he just showed a little bit of growth in the end, but he was too much damsel-in-distress and drama-queenish. Both Kafir ...more
I enjoy this story more than book #1. I like the new setting, I like the secondary relationship between Karif (the singing superstar) and Gavin (a British young man). It is still fast-paced with action and romance. I like the story on the repercussion of comi ...more
Later on I stopped hating him, of course ...more
Although most of the takes place in just one location, this is certainly no quiet romance. It has every bit of the adventure I expected after having read the first book; unknown enemies, guns and bombs, and a testosterone-fuelled pop start fresh out of the closet eager to li ...more
Great second book in a series, and it was nice to see these guys and how they handled working together on an assignment. Both Liam and Aidan were just a good as the first book, if not a bit more developed so you ...more
Anyways... I had read Three Wrong Turns in the Desert many, many years ago and am just now getting started back on this series! I found Aidan and Liam's relationship to be a bit one sided in this book... Liam could blow at Aidan and it was all, "I am sorry. I am tired. I love you." But when Aidan would bl ...more
First, Aidan can be such a queen! Gotta love him though. He feels so much for Liam and Liam doesn't usually waste time in showing him how much he feels for Aidan either.
Second, that little prick is such a princess! He needs someone strong who won't take his shi...stuff and is more than willing to turn him over a knee and spank his ass.
I loved the action (as always!) and loved how strong Aidan ...more
This is the second book of the Have Body, Will Guard series and I enjoyed it just as much as the first one. Once again the story is told from Aidan's POV. I really like his voice; he is a well-developed character. Liam once again comes across as sexy as hell, Mr. Big Bad Bodyguard.
The pace was great. I love lots of action. The interactions between characters felt realistic. This was a quick, fun read. I have added the next one in the series to my tbr list. ...more
At first, I was afraid this was going to mostly be porn-without-plot, but I'm glad to say I was wrong. While some of the characters were behaving remarkably stupidly sometimes, the story was quite entertaining and there was even excitement about who was threatening Karif (things were not as simple as they seemed). Overall, a nice book to listen to while driving. :)
It was an okay story for me, the relationships in the book ran hot and cold throughout and that started getting on my nerves a little bit.
Liam and Aiden are working on their partnership--professional and personal. More in this series would be good but if their story is complete as is that's okay.
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