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Blood Heat by Josh Lanyon
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One of the better Josh Lanyon books I've read: it's a real action filled thriller. Federal agents Taylor and Will are escorting an escaped (and pregnant) murder suspect back to Los Angeles from New Mexico. They are pursued by a series of bad guys, including a bounty hunter, hired killers and so on, who mean to do them and/or their suspect serious harm. It's really non-stop action and has a surprising twist at the end. All the while during the pursuit, they are working out between themselves how to deal with a potential separation -- Will has been offered a 2-year posting to Paris. Lanyon does a nice balance between the chase and the romantic aspects. This would be an excellent introduction to Josh Lanyon's writings. ( )
  BrianEWilliams | Dec 15, 2011 |
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Special Agents for the Department of Diplomatic Security, Taylor MacAllister and Will Brandt have been partners forever and lovers for three months, but their new relationship is threatened when Will is offered a plum two-year assignment in Paris.

Will believes the posting only means postponing what they both want. Taylor fears that kind of separation will mean the end of their new and still-fragile relationship. It’s a bad time to find themselves in the middle of the New Mexico wilderness responsible for the health and welfare of a suspected terrorist. Especially when everyone else they run into seems determined to see their prisoner -- and them -- dead. [www.loose-id.com]
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