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9-1-1 [NOOK Book]

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Drew is a fireman who loves the rush and is looking for a roommate to share costs. Scott is a doctor looking for somewhere to live that isn't with his now ex-lover. The match seems more than perfect when Scott moves in and it's more than just costs that they share. So what happens when along comes EMT Eric with his blond good looks and boyish smile? Will this twosome be able to become a threesome or does it spell disaster for all?
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Overview

Drew is a fireman who loves the rush and is looking for a roommate to share costs. Scott is a doctor looking for somewhere to live that isn't with his now ex-lover. The match seems more than perfect when Scott moves in and it's more than just costs that they share. So what happens when along comes EMT Eric with his blond good looks and boyish smile? Will this twosome be able to become a threesome or does it spell disaster for all?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000097588
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 3/14/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 132,855
  • File size: 249 KB

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It wasn't that Drew hated hospitals, in fact he rather liked them. They were busy and bustling, and he spent enough time in them he understood that all the bodies and noises were part of large, organized mass of effort to make people healthy.

He just wasn't fond of spending time in them as a patient.

He looked around the triage area, not even able to see Dave as a curtain had them separated from each other. "Hey," he said in a voice slightly louder than conversational level.

"Hey yourself," he got back, Dave sounding surly.

"How much longer, do you think?" Drew asked, knowing full well that Dave wouldn't have any more idea than he did.

"Dunno. The doctor said they just wanted to keep an eye on us for a bit."

Drew sighed and Dave fell silent behind the curtain. That was the rub of it--there wasn't even anything wrong with them. They'd just been in the wrong place at the wrong time, depending on how one looked at it. Drew was looking at it from the perspective of a fireman just doing his job, clearing a warehouse that had gone up, and suddenly being confronted with large barrels with a hazardous material sign on them.

They hadn't known the barrels were there, nor what was in them. They'd evacuated, the chief had gone ballistic on the owners for improperly storing god knows what, and the whole team had been trooped down the hospital to get checked out.

"They didn't even blow," Drew said for the fourth time in three hours.

"Yeah, yeah. And we'll be let go as soon as the doctor's confirm we're fine."

Drew snorted. He was fine, and if he wasn't, sitting in an open triage unit wasn't going to help any. "What do you think of that Dr.Campbell?" he asked. "Kind of young, yeah?"

Dave growled. "I'm sure he knows exactly what he's doing. And he's probably your age--not exactly a spring chicken."

"Hey," Drew protested. "I'm not even thirty yet, old man."

"Forty ain't old, and shut up. The doctor is fine. We're fine. And any minute now, that kid of a doctor is going to show up and tell us we can leave."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2007

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    Fireman Drew Smyth loves his job. The one drawback is being near hospitals, but it seems that this visit to the ER after a nasty fire just might be the best visit he has ever had. Drew comes face to face with a new resident on staff and wants to know more. Drew finds himself without a ride home, but luckily the doctor treating him is officially off duty and offers Drew a ride home. It is then that Drew offers the doctor a beer and they begin to talk. Dr. Scott Campbell doesn't realize that by offering Drew a ride home his life will change. Scott comments on Drew's house and mentions wanting to move to another place. Scott is surprised when Drew invites him to live there. Together they come up with a plan, schedules, everything they need to be good roommates. There is one thing that the two of them don't discuss, and it is their attraction to each other.***** Months pass and Drew is at his wits end. He wants Scott and feels deep in his heart that Scott wants him as well. Writing a suggestive invitation on a piece of paper, Drew is ecstatic when Scott immediately comes over to him. The two come together in an explosion of passion that refuses to burn out. Totally in love with each other, the two men try to keep their work separate from their personal life.***** Eric, an EMT needs a new place to stay in the worst way. One night playing poker, Scott and Drew offer their home to Eric. Eric finds out that Scott and Drew are together and have been for years. Eric accepts the place to stay, but finds it harder and harder to deal with the attraction he feels for both Drew and Eric. What Eric doesn't realize is that Scott and Drew feel the same way about him. Things come to a head when Eric tells the couple of his plans to move out. It seems that Eric can't stay there any longer and not act upon his attraction. His plans are halted when Scott and Drew come clean about their desires.***** 911 by Chris Owen has to be one of the hottest books I have read in a long time. Full of sexual tension at the beginning, Chris Owen takes the reader on a sensual journey that I didn't want to end. As for the three main characters, I fell in love with each of them. Drew's zest for life and his loyalty to Scott made my heart sing. Scott's love and faith in Drew was without restrictions and absolute. Eric was my favorite. Unsure of himself, he quickly became meshed with Scott and Drew and completed them. 911 by Chris Owen exceeded all of my expectations when I started to read. I know for certain that I now have to read everything by Chris Owen and can't wait to get started!*****Reviewed by Talia Ricci for Joyfully Reviewed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2014

    Excellent

    This book was very good. Kept my interest all the way through. Hot sex scenes.

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  • Posted May 12, 2013

    A great three way love story.  A little intense at times,  but a

    A great three way love story.  A little intense at times,  but a very sexy read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2011

    REALLY GOOD READ!!!

    Very good book glad I spent the $$$, its about 225 pages long and it kept me interested the whole time.

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