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  • Wonderful addition

    Clay and Tate took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride. They were such complex and compelling characters that I had no trouble being immediately drawn into their story. I enjoyed every minute. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Cried My Heart ❤Out

    I was not expecting how slow moving and the high levels of hurt/comfort, emotional anguish and extreme PTSD , I encountered in this book. But then it is definitely, my bad ; and not the book. I wanted something light-hearted, fluffy and this is not it. I will read it again, when I feel like crying my eyes out. Feat of Clay is book four in The Men of London and it can be read as standalone. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily

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  • Emotional Romance

    I am reading Susan Mac Nicol’s Men of London series all in one go and what an emotional roller coaster they are. I really enjoy series like this where you have characters and stories continue from book to book. This book is particularly wrenching as Tate has been through so much. I like that the author brings up in this book especially that therapy is so important, even for men who insist that they are “fine”. I loved reading about the journey these two men go through to finally have a relationship. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Great Read

    Tate Williams and Clay Mortimer Clay Mortimer who we have met in a previous in book two Sight and Sinners so we knew he had a secret boyfriend that he didnt want to share with anyone even Draven. But now we find out that his boyfriend is Tate Williams who was an undercover policeman. We find out that Tate was found out to be an uncover policeman and was tortured and left for dead. But thankfully he recovered physically but mentally was a different matter, leaving him with very bad nightmares and flash backs. Clay just wants to protect him but Tate finds it quite suffocating. So they need to work together to get the balance right but then a case that Clay is working on starts to become an issue. This was a good read and my heart broke for Tate when he had his time with Lily. It was great to see Clay get his man. And to get their act together because together they are at their best!!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • The Long Road Back

    This is my first book in the Men of London series. This is a story about two people who have been through hell and back. The problem is, they aren't all the way back yet. There is still more work to do. Tate Williams is a investigative computer geek who works for Mortimer Investigations. The company that his partner owns and runs. Tate is trying to recover from a case that went bad when he was an undercover police officer trying to close down a drug empire. He is kidnapped, tortured and assaulted. He has PTSD and is still dealing with horrific nightmares and stress. He is floundering and trying to find his way back to where he was before the kidnapping. His insecurities about his relationship with his partner only increase the anger and frustration. Clay Mortimer is Tate's partner both at home and at work. He found Tate when he was left for dead and hasn't left his side since then. Both men knew each other when they were younger but the relationship didn't form until after the kidnapping. Tate is ex SAS. He is the reason their relationship is kept under wraps. He is afraid that his enemies will use Tate against him. Tate has been hurt enough and Clay doesn't want to be the reason he is ever hurt again. His unwillingness to be open about their relationship is driving Tate away from him. Tate is dealing with so many problems including PTSD. His counselor sends him to a house for abused children to help out. It is there that he meets Jax. The young man brings some of Tate's problems into focus for him. While helping the children, Tate is actually helping himself to heal at the same time. I really liked the relationship between Tate and Clay. They way they interacted. It is a book that touches on some painful subjects but it is handled really well. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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