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  • Men Stay!

    Men stay! What can I say? Amy Lane did it again. The story was engaging and I was on the edge of my bed with this story. Ready for a HEART stopping read? You just found it! Here's a cult you would never want to join but the men of Search and Rescue are up to the challenge of rescuing and recovering the clueless in over their heads rich kids whose parents sent them for treatment. I love love LOVED the prologue and how it seamlessly went back and forth from present day to the past getting us caught up on what happened between Glen Echo and Cash Harper. Boy bander meets Rescue and Recover flyboy, unlikely couple? Yes! But they work so well as you get to know them. Cash broke my heart and Glen had my sympathy as they navigated Cash's desertion but trying to win his man back. I loved that Cash manned up. I was awed by the action scenes. I could see Cash making that jump onto the ladder and hanging on, Glen in the gun tower trying to take it out as he fought off the bad guy. It made me feel like I was watching a movie, at the edge of my seat hoping the good guys come out on top. Not sure if I was just reading wrong but because they were in Mexico and it messed with my world view when they called them gorillas and not guerillas. I kept seeing big monkeys with guns. And I would have loved to see the scene between Cash and his mother; it would have given me that bit of emotional ah ha moment for Cash and a way to connect to what he went through as a kid and in adulthood. But that is just me. Otherwise, Amy hit it out of the park for me and I would recommend reading this book and the series! Side note, I got a little feel of Don Quixote. Cash was Don Quixote with Glen as Pancho and how they switched roles a little bit near the end. Don Quixote chased and battled windmills while Pancho was his voice of reason. It really stood out when Cash let Glen know what Men Stay meant and what he was going to do when it felt like Glen was going to Let Him Go. And Amy, Oh Mighty Lizard and Gecko? Genius! I giggled every time it was said.

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