Dealing With the Past Aiden Montgomery s lover died unexpectedly at work His boss Noah suggests he go to the Thompson Agency to help him say goodbye What Aiden didn t expect was to run into someone from his past Someone h

  • Title: Dealing With the Past
  • Author: Toni Griffin
  • ISBN: 9781614959069
  • Page: 406
  • Format: ebook
  • Aiden Montgomery s lover died unexpectedly at work His boss, Noah suggests he go to the Thompson Agency to help him say goodbye What Aiden didn t expect was to run into someone from his past Someone he never wanted to set eyes on again Jackson Thompson has worked hard to change his ways and attitude towards others When his most recent client refuses to work with him hAiden Montgomery s lover died unexpectedly at work His boss, Noah suggests he go to the Thompson Agency to help him say goodbye What Aiden didn t expect was to run into someone from his past Someone he never wanted to set eyes on again Jackson Thompson has worked hard to change his ways and attitude towards others When his most recent client refuses to work with him he s baffled as to why Finding out Aiden is his mate throws Jackson for a loop, realising he s the same person Jackson bullied in High School could mean the end to his mating before it even began But someone doesn t want Aiden s ex raised from the dead.

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    About “Toni Griffin

    1. Toni Griffin says:

      Toni Griffin lives in Darwin, the smallest of Australia s capital cities Born and raised in the state she s a Territorian through and through Growing up Toni hated English with a passion as her editors can probably attest to and found her strength lies with numbers Now, though, she loves escaping to the worlds she creates and hopes to continue to do so for many years to come She s a single mother of one and works full time When she s not writing you can just about guarantee that she will be reading one of the many MM authors she loves.Feel free to drop her a line at info tonigriffin anytime.



    2 thoughts on “Dealing With the Past

    1. I'm a little conflicted on this one, Jackson was an asshat in book 1 to his youngest brother Jayden and it seems he was also a bully as a teen.Now, teenagers do stupid things, they are young and peer pressure is a huge thing, but physically attacking and threatening rape is a HUGE deal, now, Jackson didn't do that, but he hung out with the boys who did and he was at least a silent witness and condoned it with his behavior. I'm sure I would have liked him better, had he really changed, but he was [...]

    2. There HAS to be a synonym for mate that Ms. Griffin could have used. The word was so overused that it took a lot away from the story. The story was very rushed to get Aiden and Jackson into bed my opinion.

    3. I enjoyed this book, but something was lacking,,, not sure what It just didn't appeal to me as much as book 1

    4. I’m thinking this series might also run as “necromancers are just people, too” – which I admit I like. This volume in particular is a good follow-up to what we’ve seen of Jackson and his flaws previously.The thing with these books is that I really want to like them. There’s a good story, interesting ideas, and characters I could come to care for. But the execution somewhat messes with that.For such a short story a surprising amount is taken up by detailing mundane actions that have n [...]

    5. 3 1/2 - 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpress/This story is part of a series and best read in order. Aiden never got the chance to say goodbye to his lover, so on the recommendation of his boss he makes an appointment with the Thompson Agency. But the appointment doesn’t go as planned when he runs into someone from his past, some who made his life a misery. Jackson has done some things in his past that he regrets, when the victim of his bullying period come [...]

    6. Jackson is a necromancer, with the ability to raise people from the dead for short amounts of time. It is long enough so that people can say a goodbye, get a question answered or maybe allow the dead to complete something unfinished. Aiden’s lover died of a heart attack very suddenly and Aiden didn’t get closure. His boss suggests he allow the Thompson Agency to help, to raise Brendan so Aiden can say goodbye. His boss’s mate, Jayden, is a Thompson, so the consult is made. On a last minute [...]

    7. 3.5 StarsI liked this one better than I thought I would, because I wasn't a fan of Jackson in the first book. He swayed me though in this one :) But, he was kind of a spoiled whiny kid if you ask me. Sorry, I don't do pity parties very well and Jackson was clearly throwing a lot of them. BUT, Addy = Aiden? NO! I don't like that nickname coming from Jackson. I thought Jackson's dad was a dick in this one though. Father or not, that's your son's mate. I was stunned at how disrespectful he was, eve [...]

    8. This second book in the series was a disappointment. Paradoxically slow, yet rushed, I was expecting there to be more conflict regarding Aiden and Jackson's past, however there wasn't any other than one punch. Yes, they're mates. And yes, we're told they lust after each other, but I for one couldn't feel any heat or passion between them. Add to this, too much telling and not enough showing, a lame 10 page mystery that tried - and failed - to add any tension to the story and I guess the word for [...]

    9. Not as good as the first book but still enjoyable. The pacing was slow when I reached the middle third of the story. Plot-wise, I think the reformed bully falling in love with the person bullied in the past and then pursuing the said bullied party is already overdone, even with the added paranormal spice. Still, I have high hopes for the next instalment as I love this author. I hope it will be better.

    10. Another nice breezy read, would have liked it to be a bit longer (wasn't even 100 pgs). But it was really nice to read a book where not all of the characters weren't "OMG!!! SO OOOOOBERLY BEAUTIFUL!!!" Sorry that gets a little tiring after awhile, I really liked that Aiden saw himself as just this average looking guy nothing special and yet to Justin he was the most incredible man he'd ever met, but that's just me. I've always believed that when you find that special someone it's not about findi [...]

    11. I forgot what it was that annoyed me about the first book in this series until it struck me that it was supposedly set in Darwin. The capital of the Northern Territory could be an interesting place to set a paranormal story, but this is so lacking in 'place' that I wonder why it is even mentioned. Throwing in a few Australian terms is not enough. It is more Darwin, USA than Darwin, Australia.

    12. Not as good as the first. There was just something missing from the book. The characters and the plot were fine just something that makes you say "oooh!"

    13. Reviewed by: LucyGenre: M/M ParanormalRated: 3.5 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews

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