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  1. says: characters High Concept Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary E–pub High Concept

    E–pub High Concept Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray First off a word of caution This was a murder mysteryFBI profiler case first MM romance second I warn you because I usually shy away from those type of MM books myself because they usually fail to hold my interest It's all about the

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    E–pub High Concept Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary characters High Concept 45 starsThis was a gripping read with two slightly damaged but still alpha MCs The mystery here worked and was interesting an actual plot vs just filler And there was some smokin hot lovin The ending did me in though I wanted a little closure a stronger HEA; an epilogue damn it I wanted an epilogue

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    characters High Concept E–pub High Concept read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray DNF 51%I started reading this in July of 2014 I couldn't really get into it so I put it aside I picked it up again thinking that maybe since I w

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    E–pub High Concept Another winner thanks to Gigi's review for the heads up on this one 5 stars and from me I love all of those CSI TV programmes love working out mysteries and who dunits so for a book to combine my faves mm and murd

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    characters High Concept Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray Hmmm I normally don't read other reviews before writing my own but when I came to the book page to do this my eye was caught by a review that ultimately liked the book with 3 stars but found a lot of problems with it from grammar issues to if memory serves a cardboard characterWow Just shows to go ya as the saying goes How differently we all react to the same things That's probably why if four people see som

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    Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray characters High Concept I really really liked the book For a long time I did love the book But there was a little niggle for me and I wasn't able to get past it so I

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    Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray characters High Concept Editor Wanted DesperatelyThis book needed to be either shorter or longer A lot of little blobby pieces of plot are stuck onto the story without adding anything they needed to be either fleshed out into part of the action or removed en

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    E–pub High Concept characters High Concept Well this one is tough to rate There were parts I liked parts I hated and parts that just seemed desperate Let's start with what I likedZach and Beck were nice enough guys both of them dealing with traumatic past

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    Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray E–pub High Concept Review written for Hearts on Fire Reviews Detective Beck has been working on a case that has been nothing but dead ends FBI profiler Agent Zach has been called in to assist on the case These two met previously on a case where Beck t

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    read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Whitley Gray Whitley Gray Ì 6 summary E–pub High Concept 35 starsThis is a mysterycrime book with an underlying romance I liked both MC's Beck is a Denver cop recovering from a shooting that left him with a shoulder injury and PTSD and also resulted in the death of his partner

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free read High Concept 106 Denver homicide cop and shooting survivor Beck Stryker lives to solve the case that left him with PTSD chronic pain and killed his co investigator four months previous Now his career hinges on his ability to work with the man who shut down his advances two years agoAfter last parting ways with Beck psychiatr. DNF 51%I started reading this in July of 2014 I couldn t really get into it so I put it aside I picked it up again thinking that maybe since I was already almost 12 way through the book might somehow get interesting it didn tBeck is a homicide detective looking into a case that left 5 people dead including his partner He s not at all happy when the FBI gets involved Especially when he finds out the agent he ll be working with is Zach the guy that turned him down 2 years before Zach had been in a relationship back then but was always attracted to Beck Even though he s single now he s still not sure being with Beck is a good idea mainly because they re working on a case together but also because they both have lots of baggageI didn t feel any chemistry between Beck and Zach There s supposed to be all kinds of sexual tension between them at the beginning at least that s what the author keeps telling me but I didn t see it Once they do have sex it lacked any heat It just left me feeling meh There s lots of issues they re going to have to deal with like Zach s needy and clingy ex Beck s PTSD the fact that Beck is in the closet and I m sure they come up later on in the book to provide some angst but I don t care enough to find outThis isn t a mystery The reader knows who the bad guy very early on The MCs suspect him too so it s just a matter of proving it Now I understand the police work in RL is probably not as interesting as they make it seem on TV When I m watching Law Order they tend to skip or skim over the boring stuff like paperwork and going over every detail multiple times in a conference room There s no skipping or skimming over the boring stuff here Nope It s all there Not only are there mundane details of the case but also of the characters everyday lives I really don t need so much detail when someone brushes their teeth Then there was the scene that showed the bad guy coming home to reheat his dinner I m sure that it was meant to show the reader how bad the bad guy is since he s thinking about the murders as a way to advance his political career but it went into too much detail about everything else He reads a note the maid left him that details everything that she left for dinner what temperature to set the oven to and for how long to heat it Why is it necessary for me to know all that Then he scoffs at the note and just uses the microwave because bad guys don t use the oven shrugsWhich brings me to my final complaint There are too many POVs The bad guy is very one dimensional so I don t understand why there were so many scenes from his perspective Every scene drives home the point that he s evil but there s no other layer to him He s a douche to everyone he sits around making plans to kill anyone who gets in his way yada yada yadaThere s another bad guy who also gets his own POV which seemed completely pointless to me I think his scenes were there to show how it was possible for him to steal a phone and make a call to Beck from prison The problem is they really didn t and it just felt like unnecessary details bogging this book down

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free read High Concept 106 Ither of them needs is romantic entanglement with a fellow investigator but danger is a powerful aphrodisiac The case heats up and friction between them ignites a fire neither can ignore first at work and then in the bedroom As they zero in on the plot behind the murders the crosshairs zero in on Beck and Za. Well this one is tough to rate There were parts I liked parts I hated and parts that just seemed desperate Let s start with what I likedZach and Beck were nice enough guys both of them dealing with traumatic pasts both of them showing their heroic hearts of gold through their dealings with loved ones Zach s recovering addict ex and Beck s partner s widow The plot was nice and convoluted as you d expect for a crime caperWhat I hated were some of the grammatical issues The author continually contracts the word had onto names Zach d Beck d In one paragraph around the 70 78% mark she contracts had three times in a row Those instances yanked me out of the story like a bad dog on a leash Oh right that s the other thing Similes abound in the book Description is good inane description is bad Also the guys just up and leave the precinct when the janitor they suspected of being not on the up and up is nowhere to be found Really REALLYThe desperation came with the villain It s no secret who he is which irritated me because I like to try to figure it out with the guys I understand the villain s scenes were probably inserted to break up the monotony of the story there is a lot of paper chasing However the villain s scenes reminded me very much of the cartoons I watched growing up My basic image of him is Skeletor I kept waiting for the rubbing of hands and the evil laugh Perhaps this was the goal I have no idea If so well played if not cut it the hell outAlso it feels like the author simply ran out of steam After the manufactured disagreement between Zach and well Zach because Beck barely got a word in edgewise it all went to hell Oh right that s where the climax starts but it s poorly designed view spoilerWhat was Zach s motivation for going out alone He s a fucking FBI agent with a doctor in psychology yet he s stupid enough to go after the villain at a lake house all by himself What was he trying to make up for his boneheaded move in re Beck and the pills I call bullshit As we skip to the last scene we pass a moment where the villain is so affronted at his arrest he s threatening legal action but then it s explained that he totally pointed the finger at the chick warden Uhm what hide spoiler

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free read High Concept 106 Ist turned FBI profiler Zach Littman never anticipated seeing the detective again Being sent to Denver to work on a series of killings that have continued after the only suspect died is bad enough Discovering the detective in charge is Beck leaves Zach gritting his teeth and girding his loinsThe last thing e. I really really liked the book For a long time I did love the book But there was a little niggle for me and I wasn t able to get past it so I decided to give the book 45 stars rounded down Beck and Zach both have issues Both have had issues with a past relationship And the two of them are dealing with their demons Zach s are with his ex Dean Beck s are with his dead parter He has a lot of guilt about his partner s death And he s trying to support his widow and kids On top of that he has issues with a sort of ex One who he has to see at workI loved the chemistry between the two MC s The men were hot I enjoyed the way they seemed almost shy to the idea of a real relationship It wasn t really a romance though At least romance wasn t the main aspect of the book For those who want a crime solving plot with romance thrown in this would be the book for them If you want a romance with a sprinkling of crime solving find another bookMy main issue with this book was the ending I got the three words I wanted to read But I felt like things resolved themselves too soon I wanted the ending to drag out just the smallest amount I could see a seuel working really well for this We have things that could be dragged into another book Apart from that this was the perfect book for me Just wish it had been a bit longer at the endHighly recommended for fans of cops

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  • High Concept
  • Whitley Gray
  • English
  • 23 January 2020
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