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Fire and Rain By D.V. Patton,

  • Title: Fire and Rain
  • Author: D.V. Patton
  • ISBN: 9781771114820
  • Page: 146
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes the fire burns through the rain.Chris is a man drifting through life, but after one bad choice too many, he finds himself marooned in a gay resort in sunny Spain, paying off a debt to a London gangster.He meets an enigmatic Irishman, Ciaran, who is as charismatic as he is elusive Chris can t tell if Ciaran is just a mirage, a sunny ghost whipped up under the MedSometimes the fire burns through the rain.Chris is a man drifting through life, but after one bad choice too many, he finds himself marooned in a gay resort in sunny Spain, paying off a debt to a London gangster.He meets an enigmatic Irishman, Ciaran, who is as charismatic as he is elusive Chris can t tell if Ciaran is just a mirage, a sunny ghost whipped up under the Mediterranean sun Passion burns both men up, until the summer fires fade and the rain comes.Chris washes up in Ireland, and here, in cold Dublin he must finally face the truth the people you love can break you or save you.
    Fire and Rain Sometimes the fire burns through the rain Chris is a man drifting through life but after one bad choice too many he finds himself marooned in a gay resort in sunny Spain paying off a debt to a Lond

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    1. Fire and Rain by D.V Patton is a contemporary gay romance involving Chris and Ciaran, two young men from different backgrounds who meet during a summer in Spain From the outset, the relationship between Chris and Ciaran is rocky at best I had a hard time seeing this as a romance, since the attraction is almost non existent during the first part of the novel I wasn t sure until half way through the book if Ciaran was even gay There s very little sexual tension or passion between these two and cer [...]

    2. I had a very difficult time reading this The typos were unbelievable from the very first line Some sentences didn t make sense He loses his glasses in a small, confined space but says he ll never find them again This is never explained Other things seem strange too.The dialogue is weird and stilted.The odd quality to all of this went on and on and I am stunned that there are even typos in the author s bio he has moved to the Europe it should just be Europe.I don t mean to sound rude but the writ [...]

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