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Condor and the Crown

by John Simpson

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Condor and the Crown is the fifth book of this series, the story starts off with David and Shane along with their son Jack moving to England. David Windsor has been appointed to serve as the American Ambassador to England.

It is a quick read, in this story there is a kidnapping, a rescue and of course even a budding new romance for the new president son. There is not alot of hot m/m sex scenes if that is what the reader is looking for.

John's writing never disappoints me though, it easy to read, keeps me interested and when I sit down to read his books I don't stop till I've read the last page.

This book did leave me with hope of a story between Darren and Micheal. (have to read to find out who they are)




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