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Unspeakable Words (The Sixth Sense #1)

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  1,181 Ratings  ·  208 Reviews
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The Sixth Sense: Book One

Special Agent John Flynn is everything Jerry Parker is not: dangerously handsome, coolly charismatic, and respected by his peers. Special Agent Parker is dedicated and meticulous, but his abrasive personality has given him a reputation for being difficult. When new information on a cold case appears, Parker is assigned to work with Fly
Kindle Edition, 121 pages
Published November 17th 2010 by Dreamspinner Press (first published November 16th 2010)
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Kaje Harper
Sep 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m, mystery, paranormal
4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book, and only docked the half-star for the author violating one of the unwritten rules of M/M romance. Usually I'm all about throwing rules away, as long as the story is well written, which this was. But in this case I vote with the majority. (view spoiler) ...more
♥Laddie♥ (Lee Lee)
This book was unbelievably cute. I finished it in one sitting when I haven't been able to finish anything else for months.

Jerry is a socially awkward FBI agent. He's respected for his encyclopedic mind and his ability to sniff out information. The thing is that nobody likes working with him in the field because he's a bit of an uppity know-it-all. As a result Jerry never gets to be the superstar who makes the arrest. Bummer, right? Jerry thinks so.

John Flynn is the anti-Jerry. He's cool, slick,
Jun 12, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition

This book was a pleasant surprise...

The paranormal element was fun.
The MC's were a nice opposites-attract mix.
The mystery kept me guessing.

But beware: this is a true GFY story and ALL the smexy happens off page and is only lightly referred to.

This book will not change your world. In fact, I read this 2 weeks ago and 1) forgot I hadn't even written a review and 2) had trouble remembering the story.

BUT, it's entertaining-enough while you're reading it (from what I recall) and I works as a good in
Rosa, really

To all the readers out there who decided to wait until the second book in this series (Walk a Mile) was published before starting this one:


Seriously, people who make intelligent decisions just piss me off.

Like a fool, I just said la-la-la to all the reviews that said:
This book needs a sequel.
When will there be a sequel?
Like, seriously, dude. SEQUEL IS NEEDED.
I think that last one was me after I read it the first time.

It's not that it ends on a cliffhanger--nothing that dramatic. But there are at
JustJen "Miss Conduct"
I really enjoyed this story. Flynn (straight) and Jerry (gay) are special agents paired together to catch a serial killer. These guys are great together. I loved their easy-going banter, both before and after Flynn's telepathic issues come into play, as well as before and after they took things to the next level. I loved how they worked together to deal with and gain control of the powers and how they used them to help with the case. There is a slow build up for these guys - they dont even kiss ...more
Aug 20, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mm-pnr, mm-cops, mm-ltoyw
It needs to be said right out that this book needs a sequel.

(view spoiler)

This was such a different read. The PNR elements were so different but (view spoiler)

Flynn comes to come to San Francisco to do extra work on a se
Oct 26, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved this story, I really did, the only reason that I didn't rate it 5 stars is because of this:
I was so looking forward to read the first sexual scene just to be so disappointed about it, call me a freak if you must but this is the way I see it.
Do you know how salty and sweaty you're after a run? let me tell you, very, very salty, you can't even lick your lips because the salt is disgusting.
How in Earth an author can write a sex scene when one of the characters just came back from a run all
Nov 05, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Okay, this has potential but it’s a total cliffy!
I wanna know what happens! But do I wanna read another couple hundred pages to do so?
I’m not sure? Maybe?

I enjoyed the paranormal aspect, it’s like that Mel Gibson movie, “What women want” but with a gay FBI/museum twist!
What happened?
Why can he hear thoughts?
How will this influence his investigative work?
And beyond that...his personal relationships?
Like his sudden attraction to his partner?!

It’s slow going...the last 20% was the bes
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Funny and touching story.I love men who love cats!
I was tempted to give it 5 stars,but the mystery is a bit weak.Many questions were unanswered in this book which is definitely the start of a series - or a sequel at least.And the relationship between the two MC`s just has begun....
I really liked the slow build up - no too tight pants and sparking handshakes on the first pages....

It must be a pain in the ass to write a story with a mind-reading character.Not easy to avoid "thinking-mistakes" espe
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The Sixth Sense (3 books)
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“You know,” Flynn said, pausing to look over the brim of the glasses at him, “when you start shouting „soundproof booth!‟ I can pretty much tell you‟re thinking about me.”
“As long as the „what‟ remains a mystery, I‟ll die a happy man,” Jerry said.”
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