In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people out of the Confederated Red States. Read 18% Gray by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Read “18% Gray” by Anne Tenino with Rakuten Kobo. In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people.
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You submitted the following rating and review. This story is more of an enemies to lovers, even though they were friends first. The relationship between the two had to be earned, as evident from the beginning where James came off like a world-class jerk. Even with all the gulley crawling, trash hiding, drone dodging, the romance and relationship development wasn’t overshadowed or forgotten in all the action.
I actually would have preferred this book to be written as more of a contemporary military romance can you do that for me Anne Tenino, pretty pretty please! I sincerely hope that is not an accurate figure from the clinics I hear about today. There’s a bit of teasing about a new possible couple, with a forced separation, a story I would LOVE to read in the future.
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Matt is deliciously so and this has to have the best opening of any book I’ve ever read. The world-building here is so interesting and this is an odd one to classify I liked this book for the sparks between the two guys but I don’t think I will be moving on with this series.
Out of Balance Friends to Lovers 1. I much prefer to develop a picture of a character in my mind than have it forced on a cover image. The opening scene is a real jolt.
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That’s a surprise for Matt, and it’s awkward for James. The only part of the world we see is the red state of Idaho and just the slightest glimpse of blue Oregon. Unless you’re from Idaho, m This is one exceptionally entertaining book.
It felt disconcertingly like… a family reunion. And other small things like that. I thought the story would detail Matt going in to save James and the perils he fought to ensure Ayala made it back safely. Or hell, even “What the fuck. He never expected to have to retrieve his high school crush, aka the guy who ostracized him for being gay.
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What a freaking hoot! I am excited to read the next one though! Less laugh out loud funny. It looks like the story may be setting up for a sequel. I think the author has done an adequate job. Then James confesses he tormented Matt in high school because James wanted him.
Don’t expect a grim social commentary though, this book is just the opposite. Lack any sort of Worldbuilding. So, if you believe yourself to be smarter and more clever than I am, you should definitely read this teenino. I have listen twice and I still don’t understand.
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It’s a very cute story and I loved that one as well. I annee like to say that I thought maybe Clark County would merge with Cali during the division, not staying with the rest of Nevada There is very little world building, just some quick reference to an event called the Split Between The States.
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The novel is also a romance. August 1, Imprint: He has accepted her need for “research”, and looks forward to the benefits said research affords him. Re The story opens with a blow job.
Please don’t call it a crotch rocket anymore! But I had to show an example. No one can rumble like Eric!
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See if you have enough points for this item. Thank you for signing up! Maybedog rated it it was amazing Shelves: The future technology which largely makes this a Science Fiction novel is consistent with the cultural and 188 changes and are not outside the possible even from today’s state of knowledge.
Her two daughters are mildly confused by Anne’s need to twist Ken dolls into odd positions. I sincerely hope that will come at some point.
A storyline that should have been screaming with dramatic tension came off grqy and uninteresting, and meandered along with a lack of forward momentum. The plot is good but Morey’s narration is not as good as some other books. This book certainly speaks of “possible” and scary times ahead. Sep 14, Heller rated it really liked it Shelves: Because I need variety to avoid book slumps.