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Now looking for more books about diplomats!! Made for odd reading but I enjoyed their romance and was reading frantically to find zqhra how they were going to work out extricating Jack from his marriage. The romance is credibly built between the two men. It served to add an element of authenticity, along with the different flavor of the author’s voice. The diplomatic corp is no stranger to cheating spouses, but gay cheating spouses Yeah, I didn’t buy it.

He clearly goes into with his eyes open and has his own relationship going strong at the time. Not to mention, they work in the diplomatic corp.

Perhaps I’m a bit thick, but it took me two read throughs before I figured out time skips. Both Jack and Lucas are good men, but not dominant characters. If you crave kink and need a cheap thrill and think to guys doing it is suitably ‘daring’ piss off and read something else.

A career diplomat who’s just been sent to a politically interesting Embassy in Europe, he has the perfect wife, speaks five languages and has all the right credentials, yet there’s something missing and he doesn’ Jack Christensen has everything he ever wanted. I’m not a fan of blatant cheating but I owns to challenge myself; I decided to keep reading even after I realized that the wife is still there and all this is going on under the radar.

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I like it very much and I was very happy to be your first review. For a man who never diplommacy in to his needs to be with another guy in order to protect his career, Jack gave in way too easily to Lucas. If something was disturbing, it was the rather detailed description of the diplomatic side of the story. To view it, click here.

Diplomacy by Zahra Owens – Elisa – My reviews and Ramblings

The plot is very complex and last for a very long period. One thing to point out is the well worked out dipllomacy to diplomatic protocol and practice.

They are also very similars, and maybe for this reason, you don’t feel much the age difference between them. Inoltre, cosa che non guasta mai, ci sono delle belle scene hot ad esempio quella della scrivania J’en attendais plus, et mon attachement aux diplomqcy n’a pas suffit pour compenser ce manque. She is not the bad witch usually we find in this type of story. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

But not Jack or Lucas can stop to feel what they are feeling, zanra then they are so perfect together. And after months of separation Jack is so ready to forgive Lucas in a blink of an eye without even asking for an explanation. He has been always attracted by men, but never has followed his instincts, preferring to pursue his career.

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E qui ho riscontrato la pwens del mio atteggiamento nei confronti di questo comportamento da tutti giudicato riprovevole. Too cruel, too vindictive, too negative. Preview — Diplomacy by Zahra Owens.

Its more an issue which a tiny little editing job could have helped clarify. I think she is a fine woman trapped in the situation.

And I like the way they act. I was searching a romance, and got it. Oct 23, Michelle B rated it really liked it. Potete trovare tutte le mie recensioni su http: He knows he shouldn’t but just can’t not be with Lucas. And since she is described as a ‘teenager’, I assume maybe this is a cultural thing, but in the UK zahrs is NOT a teen-anything.

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Soft, yet fiercely political. The promise of the embassy setting fell quite flat, in my opinion. Ma torniamo al libro.

He knew; he should have told her. The women weren’t much better maturity wise. These pages are for entertainment purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended.

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