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Break and Enter George Martin and his partner Mike live a comfortable life in Jacksonville with their Irish Setter but something s missing Maybe George a captain in the sheriff s office has just been working too h

  • Title: Break and Enter
  • Author: Etienne
  • ISBN: 9781613720103
  • Page: 429
  • Format: ebook
  • George Martin and his partner Mike live a comfortable life in Jacksonville with their Irish Setter, but something s missing Maybe George, a captain in the sheriff s office, has just been working too hard again There s been a rash of break ins in the area, and the homes targeted all seem to belong to older gay men Then when the time finally comes for George and Mike to tGeorge Martin and his partner Mike live a comfortable life in Jacksonville with their Irish Setter, but something s missing Maybe George, a captain in the sheriff s office, has just been working too hard again There s been a rash of break ins in the area, and the homes targeted all seem to belong to older gay men Then when the time finally comes for George and Mike to take their vacation, they pack up and head to their mountain cabin for two weeks only to find a small boy living in their generator shed.Robbie, who bonds with George right away, had witnessed an unspeakable tragedy, but that is just the beginning of the trouble Alone in the world apart from a very ill maternal grandmother, Robbie stands the very real risk of becoming a ward of the state if George and Mike can t convince a bigoted judge to change his mind Meanwhile, George still has a job to do solve the mystery of the break ins and a murder and track down who s responsible.

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    1. Neet on said:

      Well the book was somewhat better then I thought. I still have a hate for George & Mike because they seem like such snobs. I guess we're suppose to give a hardy clap for the golden couple when they adopt little orphan Robbie, but I felt sorry for the kid being raised by these intolerant, elitist pricks. My dislike grew, when the golden couple met a gay couple who happen to have a young son in Robbie's class and George & Mike hoped that their son wouldn't continue to be friends with the b [...]

    2. Eva on said:

      3.5 starsI'm finding it difficult to rate this book.On one hand I liked it. It was easy to read, I didn't have to be 100% concentrated on reading lest I miss something. Also while reading there are little or no "huh?" or "head desk" moments. Plus there really isn't much or even any angst present. To me those are all pluses since a lot of the time you just want to spend some time relaxing with a nice book instead of fretting over what happens next.The plot itself was ok. There was nothing spectac [...]

    3. SueM on said:

      Although I have never really rated the George & Michael novels by Etienne particularly highly, there is definitely something addictive about them. I'll try to explain.Etienne's writing style is a descriptive style that, to me, prevents the reader to become deeply emotionally involved in his stories. That said, once I got used to being slightly removed from the characters, I've found myself very happy to keep following the events in George and Mike's lives. Etienne follows the details of thei [...]

    4. Andi on said:

      I did not get around to reviewing the previous two Mike and George books, so I thought I would sort of round them up here. Although each of these books has its own individualities, I enjoyed them all for the same reason. I'm just not entirely sure how to articulate the reason.The setting of this series is obviously well-known and dear to the author's heart. I should say settings, plural, as the mountain cabin near Waynesville, NC--territory well known to me--is as important a setting as the coup [...]

    5. Kerrysullivan on said:

      WOW yet another great story about George and Mike, I love these tales and I love how Etienne brings in characters from his other contemporary series into the mix. We get to here more about people we have grown to love and in this case has sent me running to buy the other books in a Trilogy about Charles and Philip. These stories are always so skilfully put together and intersect with other books in the series so well that you just want to keep reading them all so you get all the inside gossip on [...]

    6. Ije the Devourer of Books on said:

      I always like finding a well developed series that I can read through. The Avondale series is simply the best with men who are confident and living life to the full. I love George and Michael, not only are they Episcopalians like me, but they always get the bad guy too!!

    7. G G on said:

      A clear winner in this series. George and Mike's family is growing, and their interaction with the orphan they've adopted is very believable.Way to go, Etienne.

    8. Tana on said:

      I really enjoy Etienne writing, there is not alot of sex in his stories its more about his and his partners life. And of course the solving of the latest crime.

    9. Anna on said:

      I have found that I am not very fond of this writer. All their books read like a "how to" for upwardly mobile gay men.

    10. Brandi Roberts on said:

      Yet another page turner! Robbie is a great addition to Mike & George's family. Can't wait until the next book.

    11. Katie on said:

      Well written story. Would read again (and have).One of the authors I keep an eye on due to writing interesting stories with fun characters.

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