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Oceans Apart [NOOK Book]

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It’s been two years since Lord Jamie Mainwaring and Detective Remy Remington worked and loved their way through their one and only case before going their separate ways.

Now Jamie is once again mixing agency business with pleasure as he and his partner, Agent Ryan Whiteside, are assigned to a case involving piracy in the Caribbean.

Remy and his old friend Miggy are still detectives, but they’ve gone private in Phoenix. When their biggest client...

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Oceans Apart

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Overview

It’s been two years since Lord Jamie Mainwaring and Detective Remy Remington worked and loved their way through their one and only case before going their separate ways.

Now Jamie is once again mixing agency business with pleasure as he and his partner, Agent Ryan Whiteside, are assigned to a case involving piracy in the Caribbean.

Remy and his old friend Miggy are still detectives, but they’ve gone private in Phoenix. When their biggest client sends them to supervise an unusual diamond transfer, they think their toughest challenge will be maintaining their cover as a gay couple on a barefoot-style cruise.

When murder connects the dots between the two cases, the four men must learn to work together as relationships and loyalties are tested amid misunderstandings and memories on the high seas.

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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - C. Percer
5-STARS Sexy story. Heartfelt story. Intriguing story. Highly recommended.

The mystery/suspense is well crafted. The characters oare fleshed beautifully. Remy is gorgeous and down-to-earth and macho as ever. Jamie is sweet and sexy as we remember him from Contintal Divide.

And then there's Miggy. For me, this is his story, his coming to terms with his seuxality, which Harner sketched with love and gentleness, and had the reader rooting for him to accept himself.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045046176
  • Publisher: Laura Harner
  • Publication date: 10/26/2012
  • Series: Separate Ways , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 255,554
  • File size: 325 KB

Meet the Author

Raised in California, Laura likes it hot, which explains why she ended up in Arizona via such diverse places as Japan, Maine, and Florida, and many more places in between. After retiring from the US Navy, she found a niche working for land management agencies, including the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management. Though she has held many jobs around the world, her favorite was working and living in Grand Canyon National Park. Working (and eating) in New Orleans was a close second. You will find many of her books are set against the rich backdrops provided by coastal Louisiana and northern Arizona.

When asked how she started writing, Laura tells of waking on Boxing Day a few years ago, with a woman named Elena MacFarland yammering in her dreams, demanding her story be told. Despite never attempting to write fiction before that morning, Laura ignored all of the holiday visitors and the Highland Destiny series was born. She doesn’t believe it was a coincidence that the great grandmother who died when Laura was just a baby was named Elena MacFarland. Destiny does play a hand.

Laura became a full-time writer in 2012, and now she spends her time writing, watching her Arizona Diamondbacks, and working on her very own version of the Willow Springs Ranch in northwestern Arizona. She is a multi-published author of erotic romance, mystery, and urban fantasy and her books can be found at all major online retailers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2014

    Highly recommended

    The story continues. Jamie and Remey discover that their "fling" was just that and both have found new partners. This crime story interspersed with m/m relationships is a great continuation of the story. I look forward to reading more stories containing these characters.

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

    I read Continental Divide, the first story in this series, and I

    I read Continental Divide, the first story in this series, and I fell in love with Remy and Jamie. When Remy walked away at the end of the story, I was devastated.

    The new story picks up two years later. Both Remy and Jamie are with new partners. I instantly hated them both. Miggy and Ryan upset me greatly. Neither of them should have been with Remy or Jamie. Then the most incredible thing happened. I actually started to like the new partners. Miggy in particular caught my attention and by the time everything was said and done, I wanted Remy to be with Miggy permanently.

    The who had built a real life. They had family. They had each other. Jamie did not fit in Remy's world, nor did Remy fit in Jamie's. Remy and Miggy just fit together.

    Laura Harner did an amazing job with these men and though I know there is going to be more pain ahead, I look forward to the next installment of the series.

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