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The One That Was Lost By T.C. Blue,

  • Title: The One That Was Lost
  • Author: T.C. Blue
  • ISBN: 9781603707213
  • Page: 487
  • Format: ebook
  • Book Two of the One and One seriesElliot is a player until a traumatic evening sends him running a friend s errand to Boston, where he meets up with Jamie Jamie s a former short term lover, and the two get along well enough, but Elliot doesn t want a relationship Jamie and Elliot end up being friends who are very attracted to each other, separated by distance.Jamie likBook Two of the One and One seriesElliot is a player until a traumatic evening sends him running a friend s errand to Boston, where he meets up with Jamie Jamie s a former short term lover, and the two get along well enough, but Elliot doesn t want a relationship Jamie and Elliot end up being friends who are very attracted to each other, separated by distance.Jamie likes Elliot and thinks they could have some fun together, right up until he realizes he wants something , but Jamie tells himself it will never work After they spend a night making love, the intensity of which scares Elliot enough to run away, Jamie tries to put Elliot behind him When Elliot realizes what he s given up, he goes looking to get Jamie back, but will Jamie make it easy on him
    The One That Was Lost Book Two of the One and One seriesElliot is a player until a traumatic evening sends him running a friend s errand to Boston where he meets up with Jamie Jamie s a former short term lover and the tw

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    1. This is a sequel to The One That Got Away In the beginning, I had to read the first dozen pages several times to get everyone straight You do not have to read TOTGA first, but I would recommend it There is backstory that this would help I did read TOTGA but I still don t remember is clear enough that I was sorry I didn t re read it before I read this one It not like it is a hardship to read TCB s work It is well written Michael and Jaime arrive to meet up with Jim and Elliot per TOTGA Jaime is s [...]

    2. 3.5 You definitely need to read The One That Got Away to understand most of the start of this book properly It was so great that Jim and Michael got their acts together and got together officially it was so frustrating to have them apart The book was great for introducing us to a lot of the pairings to come or at least part of them Jamie was so wonderful and understanding dealing with Elliott s distress after his run in with Linden I was wishing Jim could meet Linden in a dark alley and smack hi [...]

    3. When Jamie accompanies his friend Michael back to Wentworth he does so knowing he s giving up all chances to be with him They ve been friends for a while and while he d love for their relationship to be he s aware of Michael s love for his ex roommate Jim Sure enough Michael and Jim reconnect but Jamie is surprised when he also finds someone to connect with.Elliot is Jim s roommate and totally not the kind of man Jamie is normally interested in Younger, definitely hot but also a player, Elliot [...]

    4. I enjoyed this one as much as the first book in the series The characters thoughts and feelings are conveyed very well, to the point I felt my stomach clench for the heroes Just loved it

    5. It took me a while to read this second book in the The One that series by T.C Blue, so much that I have almost forgotten what the first story was about I do remember thought that I like T.C Blue s characters since they are simple and ordinary men, your friends, your neightbors, your colleagues In the first book, Jim and Michael love and fight over Elliot, an hot 24 years old personal trainer who shared their apartment Michael went away and then came back and he brought along Jamie, a 34 years ol [...]

    6. In The One That Got Away we only saw Elliot as the kid brother of Jim s childhood friend, and a guy who Michael saw as kind of a rival for Jim s time and attention He seemed kind of shallow and not too bright Jamie, however, was a friend of Michael s, as well as his therapist the guy who helped him get his shit together and figure out what he wanted and needed from a relationship, and that he needed all of that from Jim In The One That Was Lost, Jamie kind of starts out thinking that same way ab [...]

    7. I really liked this sequel to The One that Got Away This story builds on Jamie, Michael s psychologist and Elliot, Jim s roommate When Jamie accompanies Michael back home to confront his love for Jim, he meets Elliot and the two share a hot weekend together I like the way the author overlapped the two stories without getting deep into the first story When Elliot volunteers to go to Boston to retrieve Michael s belongings, Jamie seeks him out because of a phone call alerting him that Elliot has a [...]

    8. Liked this one even better than the first More meat to the storyline with the events in Elliot and Jamie s lives I was happy to get to know the other characters in the story Since the 4 books are related through characters this made me happy cause there is nothing I like than getting to know characters and follow them through time.I really enjoy TC s writing It makes me laugh and sniff and smile That s all good for me It means I have been pulled in and am absorbed in the story,OK off to read Th [...]

    9. This book I liked less than last maybe for the character by Jamie, snooty,snobby, presumptuous While I loved Elliot for the his naivety and sympathy But the story wrote by the author isn t ever semplice and if also the scheme is similar to other of series ,they are ever original, exciting, poignant and is really impossible not get involved So I said little of plot but is really better to read.

    10. I was a little rectulant to read this one because of the perception I had of Elliot with the first book.It s took me a little time to start loving him but as the story go I was cheering for him and Jamie.I like that the sex is less present in this one and that it s focuses on learning about the other.

    11. Very sweet Elliot sure had a lot of baggage to carry around And I thought the Dads were funnyif a bit annoying LOL

    12. Huge improvement from book 1, however, the characters inner thoughts, sometimes were over the top for me.

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