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!DOWNLOAD EBOOK ☸ Wintergreen ☪ Currently out of print A revised, free edition coming soonTyler and Dan are heading off on a vacation in this sequel to Wild Raspberries, but life has a way of throwing a wrench into even the best laid plans All work and no play makes Dan restless and bored, waiting for Tyler to complete a task for his former boss, Cole The job is an important one, for sure Tyler is looking for a traitor, responsible for the deaths of several agents That doesn t make being ignored any easier to deal with, and Dan wonders if their relationship is strong enough to last through the lullWhen the job finally ends, Dan is than ready to go with Tyler to see the sights He expects beaches, mountains, sun, and surf Instead, Dan is thrown headlong into Tyler s world, where death is a heartbeat away, not a lifetime, and the man he loves is the one dealing it out Can Dan learn to live with what he discovers, or will he slip back to the safety of his old life 3.5 starsIt s six months later and Tyler and Dan are still living close up against each other in the remote cabin in the woods Not a lot has happened until Tyler gets a call from his past and feels the old fear looming closer We ve found out about his past and we always knew it would come back to haunt him somehow And really, that s the only way this author could have gone, it s a loose thread left hanging too freely When you have two men cooped up in a cabin in the dead of winter there isn 3.5 starsIt s six months later and Tyler and Dan are still living close up against each other in the remote cabin in the woods Not a lot has happened until Tyler gets a call from his past and feels the old fear looming closer We ve found out about his past and we always knew it would come back to haunt him somehow And really, that s the only way this author could have gone, it s a loose thread left hanging too freely When you have two men cooped up in a cabin in the dead of winter there isn t much to do in the in between times but talk and there is a lot of that Dan is still his sullen, petulant self when he doesn t get his way with Tyler And that s ok, he s still a kid really and it s part of his appeal to Tyler But this does nothing but reinforce that even smoking hot sex can t discount the fifteen years between him and Tyler So a visit from Tyler s previous boss is a welcome interruption.It becomesobvious to me that this is about being a different kind of love story, one that isn t so tidy and picture perfect, where the love interests aren t perfectly matched, where they continually rub up against each other And that is fine, I ll take it I actually liked this one better than the first book There isaction they get out of the damned cabin, though you gotta wait for it And Dan does some growing up Tyler has developed into one sexy dude kind of like a very young Clint Eastwood super hot, slightly grumpy, and always dangerous Me likee The ending is definitelyof an HFN, though Dan and Tyler are left in a better place I can t up my rating to 4 stars because I probably won t re read these, but I see them as a good gateway to this author s style, which I like a lot I will definitely look intoof it The first book of Jane s I read was Bound and Determined I loved that, so bought Drawing Closer and Wild Raspeberries That led me to Wintergreen.This has to be one of the best sequel books I ve read To me the anticipation of a couple getting together is what makes a romance, so sequels often don t cut it However, the way the author handled the story, and the knowledge from the get go that the pairing would have its difficulties was fantastic.The conflict didn t feel manufactured an The first book of Jane s I read was Bound and Determined I loved that, so bought Drawing Closer and Wild Raspeberries That led me to Wintergreen.This has to be one of the best sequel books I ve read To me the anticipation of a couple getting together is what makes a romance, so sequels often don t cut it However, the way the author handled the story, and the knowledge from the get go that the pairing would have its difficulties was fantastic.The conflict didn t feel manufactured and the resolution well done I m not a fan of external conflict being brought in just to create tension in a story But in this case, the action had almost been foreshadowed in the first book Wild Raspberries The tension and conflict still centred around the characters past and personalities, with the action being the vehicle to carry that forward Very good sequel to Wild Raspberries Here, the story continues six months later, Dan and Tyler are still living in the cabin, and dealing with all the things that come with a relationship, including getting on each other s nerves and knowing what little things will drive the other crazy in bed Tyler is surprised how much he s getting used to having Dan in his life though, and how much he s okay with how his life has changed since that summer when he first caught a starving Dan stealing raspber Very good sequel to Wild Raspberries Here, the story continues six months later, Dan and Tyler are still living in the cabin, and dealing with all the things that come with a relationship, including getting on each other s nerves and knowing what little things will drive the other crazy in bed Tyler is surprised how much he s getting used to having Dan in his life though, and how much he s okay with how his life has changed since that summer when he first caught a starving Dan stealing raspberries off his land.But Tyler s old military life comes back, and he s asked to do research to seek out a government mole This new spin puts some major strain on their young relationship When danger comes knocking on their door, both Tyler and Dan realize how very different they are, and how far they re willing to go for the other.Rather than being something like The further adventures of Dan and Tyler, this book definitely felt like a second half to the story that was started with Wild Raspberries If you enjoyed the first book, I definitely recommend checking out the sequel And I don t recommend this as a stand alone I m sure it could be read that way, but it wouldn t be as meaningful Yes, there arerelationship issues to work out and realizations to be had, especially for young, tempestuous Dan, but the story progresses in a nice way that closes up a lot of the loose ends from the first book, including Dan s family drama, and the looming stress of Tyler s old job.The ending can be seen as HFN, which for Dan and Tyler, every day that they re together might be seen as Happy For Now, but it still felt very satisfying, and Davitt took the time to wrap things up well for the characters.And like the first book, I still really enjoyed Davitt s writing still has that great flow, characterization, and dialogue, and Tyler and Dan felt very fleshed out with all their flaws and idiosyncrasies And are still sympathetic, even as you watched them make mistakes or say the wrong thing Overall, a very good read, and highly recommended if you dug the first book I barely remember the first one Hope it comes back to me.This started off slow for me But then picked up These guys were exhausting to read though And too much sex IMO I enjoyed this continuation of the Dan and Tyler story Yes, Dan is still a bit immature at times, though he seems to beaware of his issues and tries a littleto be less so this time around Tyler is still his sexy, damaged self, though there are things he did this time around that I was not totally happy with, but I suppose I could say the same thing for Dan The story started out kind of slow, but picks up speed through the middle, and kept me interested right to the end I liked se I enjoyed this continuation of the Dan and Tyler story Yes, Dan is still a bit immature at times, though he seems to beaware of his issues and tries a littleto be less so this time around Tyler is still his sexy, damaged self, though there are things he did this time around that I was not totally happy with, but I suppose I could say the same thing for Dan The story started out kind of slow, but picks up speed through the middle, and kept me interested right to the end I liked seeing Dan and Tyler trying to work on their issues, both as a couple and by themselves They still have a ways to go, but I am happy with them being HFN I really enjoyed this addition to Wild Raspberries Revisiting the characters was wonderful if you haven t read about Dan and Tyler, please go back and read that firs, then come and read this one.To recap from WR Dan is a young man on the run, scared, taken advantage of, and hungry Tyler is a man of mystery, a hermit in the woods, in the run himself, isolating himself.When Dan chances on his property, in search of something to eat and a safe place to rest his weary feet, this chance meeting I really enjoyed this addition to Wild Raspberries Revisiting the characters was wonderful if you haven t read about Dan and Tyler, please go back and read that firs, then come and read this one.To recap from WR Dan is a young man on the run, scared, taken advantage of, and hungry Tyler is a man of mystery, a hermit in the woods, in the run himself, isolating himself.When Dan chances on his property, in search of something to eat and a safe place to rest his weary feet, this chance meeting changes both of their lives.This book picks up six months after the two meet, and is set in the winter As Elisa who is my FAVORITE reviewer EVER so astutely points out in her review, this book isof a character study of the growing relationship between these two men, and how Dan becomesof a man The feel is very claustrophobic during the first half of the book There is little action Tyler is asked to complete a job not what you would think , and that decision and it s impact spurs all the friction in this wonderfully crafted tale.Dan needsthan Tyler thinks he can give, and Tyler just can t seem to get past his training and open up to share with Dan how much he means to him For such a smart man, he really is rather dense at times heh.After a totally unexpected to me interlude of action, the fallout of which is horrific for Dan, the story again builds in ways I didn t expect Dan grows, becomesof a man in his own skin, and confronts his fears and his past Not because he wants to, but because that is a part of being a man, and growing the hell up Tyler cannot see that initially, being the stubborn mule he is, but the question becomes, how important is Dan Can Tyler move himself and his fears out of the way, and can Dan do the same Read this very worthy continuation I hope there is a third book in the series I love these men.Enthusiastic two thumbs up Tom This book continues the story of Tyler and Dan The story picks up a few months after the close of Wild Raspberries, months spent at the cabin, getting to know each other Their quiet existence is shattered when Tyler s past life interferes and he is asked to get involved in a case.Dan and Tyler are put in danger and Dan finds it difficult to comes to terms with the resultant actions Both men are questioning their futures, what they really want from life and whether they should stay together L This book continues the story of Tyler and Dan The story picks up a few months after the close of Wild Raspberries, months spent at the cabin, getting to know each other Their quiet existence is shattered when Tyler s past life interferes and he is asked to get involved in a case.Dan and Tyler are put in danger and Dan finds it difficult to comes to terms with the resultant actions Both men are questioning their futures, what they really want from life and whether they should stay together Lots of soul searchingbut luckily, a happy ever after.One of my favourite parts relates to the younger Dan, declaring what the age gap of 14 years means to him and why at 20, he knows what he wants view spoiler One life, one death For all of us Those are the numbers I m going to die and there s no avoiding it I can go looking for it early by driving smashed out of my skull or swimming with sharks, sure, but staying with you isn t like that It wouldn t be stupid and reckless and dumb, it wouldn t be me missing out on part of my life and skipping to the middle of the book It d just be me finding the guy I love early It d me hitting the jackpot I m not walking away from a piece of luck like that I m not walking away from you hide spoiler 4.5 stars Compared to the first book in this series, Wild Raspberries, Wintergreen was just an OK read for me It wasn t bad, I just didn t feel the story took me anywhere new and there was no real character development in this sequel But Tyler and Dan are still together, and still trying to make things work between them and it was nice witnessing that Compared to the first book in this series, Wild Raspberries, Wintergreen was just an OK read for me It wasn t bad, I just didn t feel the story took me anywhere new and there was no real character development in this sequel But Tyler and Dan are still together, and still trying to make things work between them and it was nice witnessing that 4.5 stars This was a nice sequel to Wild Raspberries Tyler is falling in love while trying to tell himself his feelings don t go quite that far Dan has gained some maturity and confidence They are both getting a little bored with the quiet life at the cabin, although not each other When Tyler s old boss asks him to take on a computer research job with high stakes, the demands on Tyler threaten to push the two men apart.I enjoyed seeing these guys together again, especially Tyler as he trie 4.5 stars This was a nice sequel to Wild Raspberries Tyler is falling in love while trying to tell himself his feelings don t go quite that far Dan has gained some maturity and confidence They are both getting a little bored with the quiet life at the cabin, although not each other When Tyler s old boss asks him to take on a computer research job with high stakes, the demands on Tyler threaten to push the two men apart.I enjoyed seeing these guys together again, especially Tyler as he tried to figure out what Dan really was to him I also liked the slow ending, instead of some fast emotional revelation after the action in the middle of the book There was one factor at the end that felt a little deus ex machina view spoiler the lottery win I liked the other ways in which Dan s father had moved on in his life, but suddenly giving Dan money to feel less dependent on Tyler seemed like a bit of an easy fix for one of his issues hide spoiler But over all this was a well written, fast and engrossing read about two very interesting and distinct characters, a story with action, emotion and heart