Flight or Fight

Flight or Fight

by Dirk Greyson

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BN ID: 2940156970193
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 08/05/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 327,370
File size: 2 MB

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Flight or Fight 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
lrhubble More than 1 year ago
Very Good Contemporary Romance m/m Hartwick County, South Dakota Mackenzie “Mack” Redford didn’t find life in the big city to be what he expected it to be. He is now home in Hartwick County, South Dakota and he serves as its sheriff. Brantley Calderone left New York to start a new life by buying a ranch. He is getting used to living at a different pace and settling in when he finds a dead woman on his porch and himself the prime suspect in her murder. Both Mack and Brantley quickly realized that someone is trying to frame Brantley and he is not safe on his ranch alone. Not to mention the attraction that is developing between them, an attraction that increases when Mack offers to let Brantley stay with him in his home. The killer escalates even as the romance between them does the same. They have to figure out who wants Brantley dead and stay one step ahead or it might end up being too late. Only then can they have the life they are both seeking - together. This is book that is full of suspense that keeps building until the explosive end. The characters are very interesting and keep the story moving quickly. Just as the reader thinks they have it figured out who is behind everything another twist is thrown in that will have them seconding guessing if they actually do know what is happening and why. It will also have readers hoping there will be more books to go with this one. It will also pull at readers heartstrings and makes for an unforgettable read.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
What a great mystery! Just had to put that out there. Not only is it a great mystery but it's also a pretty cool romance too. I loved the way Brantley and Mack connect even though Brantley is a suspect at first, which of course he isn't guilty because that would be way too easy. When Brantley moved to South Dakota from New York, he expected his life to get simpler, well life has a way of working the way it's suppose to and that's not always how we expect. One thing I really enjoyed was as a Wisconsinite it was refreshing to read a book not full of cliches of simple country life vs. busy city life. The twists and turns of the mystery blended well with the burgeoning romance between Brantley and Mack, both of which had me on the edge of my seat. Flight or Fight is only the second Dirk Greyson story I've read but it certainly won't be the last.
MrsConditReadsBooks More than 1 year ago
Imagine you’ve moved from the biggest of cities, NYC, to the smallest of towns in South Dakota. You are seeking a stress free life in the safety of anonymity, and you’ve bought a house on some acreage to isolate yourself even more. This is the life Brantley Calderone was seeking. Instead he has stumbled into nothing but stressful and bizarre problems. His real estate agent is murdered on his front porch, he is initially the prime suspect, the clothing that he bought to “fit in” is all wrong, and no one is the least bit friendly. A drought is a huge problem in the area and in the middle of the night he sees cattle on the horizon. Brantley does not own any cattle. Mack is the county sheriff in an area where the biggest crimes should be small, but are approaching real danger – murder, cattle thieves, and a newcomer who rings all the wrong bells in Mack’s lonely heart. As Mack and Brantley quickly get to know each other it becomes apparent that they are going to need to team up to solve the crimes that are suddenly coming to a head and escalating fast. Who is at the bottom of the mysteries and is someone else going to have to die before the culprit or culprits are discovered? Mack and Brantley are great characters and are well developed in context. Dirk Greyson writes wonderful suspense and one of his gifts is creating characters that you truly care about. Mack’s father Lew is a secondary character but gets plenty of page time and is a wonderful man. I felt like I knew him and wanted to keep up with him as a friend even after the story was over. I could hardly put the book down while trying to anticipate what was going to happen next and why the crimes were happening. Great modern day western, just my kind of story and one I highly recommend. When a plot-driven novel meets a character-driven romance great story telling happens and the reader is the beneficiary. Enjoy!