Crash Plus Expenses

Crash Plus Expenses Dan Lewinski would follow his subject Connor Katz to the ends of the earth It s what he s paid to do Apparently this also includes following his subject Connor Katz as they plummet to earth because t

  • Title: Crash Plus Expenses
  • Author: Astrid Amara
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Dan Lewinski would follow his subject Connor Katz to the ends of the earth It s what he s paid to do Apparently this also includes following his subject Connor Katz as they plummet to earth, because their plane is going down And Dan likes living so that s a problem.It s also a problem because he knows there s a secret behind Connor Katz s past, a reason the man s sisterDan Lewinski would follow his subject Connor Katz to the ends of the earth It s what he s paid to do Apparently this also includes following his subject Connor Katz as they plummet to earth, because their plane is going down And Dan likes living so that s a problem.It s also a problem because he knows there s a secret behind Connor Katz s past, a reason the man s sister is paying beaucoup bucks to have him followed, a reason Connor appears so quiet on the outside, yet seems lit like a fire from within Dan needs to know Connor s secret.But if they survive the crash, how on earth can Dan get to know the mysteries of a man he s been in love with from afar without admitting he s a private eye who s watched his every move

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    • Gigi says:

      GR friends didn't enjoy this one. I'm going to pass.

    • Ami says:

      2.75 stars rounded upI love Amara's writing, I really do. She is basically my auto-read author (oh, except when she writes high fantasy, but that's more because I don't favor reading the genre). However, Crash Plus Expenses had quite of extreme occasions that I rarely find in contemporary romance that I ended up being distant through out. I mean, let's see, we had airplane crash where only Connor and Dan survived, we had BEAR at one point, and (view spoiler)[Connor's family being part of a relig [...]

    • John The Cosmic Wanderer says:

      Really good writing from Astrid, as usual. Just could not connect with the MCs. Too rushed and not enough tension.

    • Liz (Bugetta) says:

      3.5* I wound up enjoying this book, but it was much different than I expected. I've read some other Astrid Amara holiday stories and they are pretty light-hearted, so I was surprised when I realized this one isn't a holiday story and was definitely not light-hearted (though there was some humor). It's starts off with a plane crash and one of the MCs is a PI following the other MC, so I'm not sure why I was so surprised that it wasn't lighthearted but sometimes I'm dumb like that. :-D So if you g [...]

    • Sadonna says:

      I really really enjoyed this book. It starts off with a bang - literally - a plane crash. Dan, a PI who has been keeping a watch on Connor Katz for a year, survives the crash along with Connor. But they are lost in the Alaskan wilderness and both are injured. It's raining and cold and the plane doesn't offer much, so they have to try to find help. While they are doing so, Dan gets to know the object of his slightly obsessive observation. I don't want to spoil things because this is a really fun [...]

    • Amy says:

      3.5 stars. Most of the book is about the two of them bonding while trying to survive after the plane crash. It was pretty good, just a tad bit short. There is a possibility of a sequel in the future for these two

    • Tam says:

      I always like this author's writing. I would have liked to see a bit more after the ending, but their efforts to survive in the wilderness for fun to read about. Definitely a different setting. Maybe Dan got off a little too easy for the lies he told, but still, I enjoyed it.

    • Debbie Benson says:

      Dan has been observing Connor for some time as his job as a P.I. and he been falling in love with him. When Connor takes a trip to Tok, Alaska, Dan goes along. Unfortunately, the plane crashes and they are the only survivors. With the time spent together, they both fall for each other. Dan slips and reveals something that scares Connor. Connor runs and ends up rescued. He tells the ranger where Dan is but refuses to talk or see Dan. Dan writes all his feelings for Connor in a letter and when Con [...]

    • Bogusia says:

      3.5 stars

    • Susan A says:

      I enjoyed this quite a lot. However, it seems to me like this is a well developed outline for a much longer story. I really would rather read the whole story. I feel a bit cheated with this.

    • ItsAboutTheBook says:

      Review can be read at It's About The Book3.5 stars I liked this book. I can’t say I loved it because I wasn’t totally satisfied with it. It feels more like a quickie beginning of something that could be really good. Like a prequel that left me wanting more. There seemed to be more possibilities of things to come. I’m mostly intrigued about Connor’s history and how not being on the run and finally letting someone in is going to change his life. And if or how and when his past is going to [...]

    • Queue says:

      4.25 starsI do so love when I find a story with a plot that hasn’t been done a hundred times in the genre AND is done right. Plane crashes are dealt with a lot in television and movies but not as often in m/m.Dan Lewinski and Connor Katz are the only two survivors in a crash of a small plane on their way to Alaska. They then set out to stay alive despite Connor’s injured ankle. There’s an instant spark between the two but for Dan it’s not anything new because he’s been following Connor [...]

    • Jillian MacLeod says:

      I typically like Astrid Amara's novels, but I just couldn't really like this one. The main protagonist, Dan, is a creeper, and I've never really been a fan of the idea that you can fall in love with someone from afar; to me, that's the antithesis of what loving someone is — merely seeing them from the outside, rather than knowing them from the inside.The book is well written, though, and if you're not put off by the scenario, then I'd have no hesitation recommending it. It's just not my cup of [...]

    • Leaundra says:

      I really enjoyed this and loved both MC's and dang the whole plane going down was intense. I don't want to give anything away but just to say it really was good. I've read a couple of Astrid Amara's books and enjoyed them so I'm not surprised I really liked this one.

    • Mitya says:

      This book felt very rushed and like it was missing pieces. It read more like a first book by a newbie author than a veteran author. There was no chemistry between the characters and the book went so fast that it felt like nothing was really developed or fleshed out.

    • Emilie says:

      Insta-Love on the part of at least one protagonist, and far-fetched situations and events for a contemporary story, but I liked it.

    • Angel Pedroza says:

      I enjoyed the two main characters and their growing romance while surviving a plane crash and a bear attack was unique.

    • OkayKim says:

      4.25Loved this one, but it could have been longer. See a sequel in the future.

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