- Title: Checking In
- Author: Debbie McGowan
- ISBN: 9781910635964
- Page: 482
- Format: ebook
Freelance engineer Sol Brooks is in hot demand He s landed a couple of big contracts and is all set for a business trip back to the other side of the pond The last thing he needs is an unexpected visitor to complicate his departure.Especially when that visitor puts his relationship with Adam on rocky ground.Determined to fulfil his contractual obligations, Sol goes aheadFreelance engineer Sol Brooks is in hot demand He s landed a couple of big contracts and is all set for a business trip back to the other side of the pond The last thing he needs is an unexpected visitor to complicate his departure.Especially when that visitor puts his relationship with Adam on rocky ground.Determined to fulfil his contractual obligations, Sol goes ahead with the trip It s a great opportunity and a chance to catch up with old friends And he s going to check in regularly.What could possibly go wrong NOTE this novel follows on from previous stories, and coincides with Taking Him On, but can also be read as a stand alone.WARNING this story contains sex acts between consenting male adults.
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Oh, I love Adam and Sol just so. They are just too cute together. This is a great story to fill in the blanks about what happened during Noah and Matty's adventure trip.But, as I've already confessed that I'm greedy, I would have loved to have some small section in Adam's POV. It would be fun to be in his head for a while. I never would have known Adam was suffering from depression if this book hadn't been written. They say that the person who has the most brilliant smile is the one who is hidin [...]
This is the continuing story of Adam and Sol;, with appearances from the other well known characters of this series such as Matty and Noah, who are so gorgeous they make me want to snuggle and coo.In this story they have to deal with someone from their past- someone important - and find out whether theirs is the kind of love that endures or crumbles when under attack.It is quite a fruity account ( sex kebabs for dinner) and has SHOWER activity, which obviously means you have to read it several t [...]
I wrote this, so no rating.But I will use this space to clarify the reading order in a moment.This book follows the story of Sol and Adam, first seen in Checking Him Out. By this point they're a well-established couple, but they're feisty, so don't expect sunshine and roses. You CAN expect a fair bit of, er, combat between the sheets, and a smattering of dry Northern English humour.The reading order: only allows whole numbers when numbering a series. Thus, any stories that fall in between main i [...]
This most wonderful of books is the best early Christmas present I've been given, by the most wonderful of friends. Debbie McGowan painstakingly weaves words so intricately that the precision with which they are chosen is barely perceptible to the reader. That kinda sounds like a criticism but it's anything but. Once again she has knocked out a fantastic story that the eye just rolls over with a fluidity and ease that can only be conjured by the master wordsmith. And she is indeed that. So on to [...]
I just love the Sol & Adam universe, and hate dropping out of it at the end of a book!I have a thing for alpha-males, and to have two very attractive and well-built ones who have great sex is just heaven!I also like that despite all the love between them it's not always plain sailing -mostly because of communication problems- so there's often a sense of impending doom.As always with Debbie McGowan, there are some big issues that are sensitively dealt with, but above all, it all feels very re [...]
I love this series. I hope Debbie McGowan will do others. I'd love to know more about Leigh and Jesse relationship. And I hope we'll get another one about Sol and Adam. It's very rare for me to like to read about a couple after the HEA but I can't get enough of them
Note: Though this is part of a series, they can all easily be read as stand-alones. I read them out of order except for this one, and it did not spoil my enjoyment.I can’t believe it took me over seven months to get around to reading this. It’s probably my favorite in the series. Sol is such a great narrator, and I love his sense of humor which I will call “politely snarky.” He always seems just this side of exasperated by the chaos around him and oblivious to how much of it he’s helpe [...]
Three For the MoneyThis review will cover the three books in the Checking Him Out series that focus on Sol and Adam (Checking Him Out, Checking Him Out for the Holidays, Checking In). I found Noah ands Matty's relationship not that interesting, but both Sol and Adam extremely frustrating and difficult to come to like.But, in the end, I did.I thought Sol's relationship with Elise to be too superficial to be true, and her bitchiness and eventual freak out to be ridiculous. I thought Calvin's situa [...]
I think I need a break for a while, as I have read three books in this series just recently. I am a bit overloaded. I also noticed that I enjoyed reading more about Matty, Noah, and their friends than the older folks. (I say older but they're still younger than me LOL). Matty in particular has become my favorite character.This particular installment wasn't as fun to read because it had a lot of conflict and a lot of filler (what I call the sex scenes). It's not fun to read about people arguing a [...]
Debbie McGowen is a goddess!Love love love this series! I fell in love with Sol and Adam! beautifully written. Looking forward to reading more of your wonderful work!!!
3.5 stars. It is nice to Sol and Adam once again and to see Adam be a bit lost, but it seemed a little flat. It was good and an enjoyable storey but no wow couldn't put it down.
I wasn't expecting part of the previous story, just presented from a different perspective and a few more details. It was okay, though. It was nice to revisit a previously enjoyed couple. And I look forward to reading about the new character.
Am I seriously the only one who didn’t like this one??I’ve finished the book but I’m still wondering what the point of it was??There was nothing new to the story, at all. Most of it was told in the previous book with Matt and Noah, I did not need to rehash that one more time, but with a different perspective. It was not *that* interesting the first time aroundAnd the whole ex-factor… unnecessary. As was another book staring Sol and Adam. I mean I don’t want to read about daily lives an [...]
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