A.R. Moler~~ 4 and 5 Star Reviews
When Emergency Room surgeon Chris Kearney and San Diego Police Department gang task force officer Drew Hayden meet, they both feel an instant attraction, but neither is certain that attraction is mutual. Instead of putting themselves out there and taking a chance, Chris and Drew walk away, but days later a chance meeting in the grocery store leads to an impromptu dinner where it becomes clear that those earlier feelings were not one‑sided at all.
Life, hectic job schedules, and family issues all seem to be plotting against any hopes of them having a normal relationship, but Chris and Drew learn that often the best things in life don’t come easy.
How We Operate is a very romantic, sexy story about overcoming life's obstacles, whatever they might be, and allowing oneself to love and be loved. Chris and Drew are such appealing characters who are so down to earth that readers can’t help but be drawn to them, connect with them, and cheer them on as they reach for and find their happily ever after.
Navy Fighter Pilot Lt. Cameron Bradshaw never dreamed that something as simple as buying a new motorcycle would upset his new lover, Dr. Mason Flynn. But considering it was Mason who put Cam back together after he wrecked his last bike--well, it should have been a no‑brainer. As their relationship develops and things--and people--get in the way, Mason must learn to let go of the fears that nearly paralyze him while Cam has to learn that it takes two to make a relationship work and that means compromise. And what both men find is that putting this all into practice is often easier said than done.
Seeking the Balance is a sexy, romantic male/male story that touches on some of the difficulties of being a gay man in the military and how trust and honesty can make or break a relationship. The characters are funny, passionate, interesting people who, along with their trials and triumphs, made this an enjoyable story from start to finish.