Saturday, May 29, 2010

Tony & Ryan Review

Tony & Ryan
By: Michelle Montgomery

5/5 stars

I loved this story it was pretty short Ebook with 72 pages but I felt that everything I love in a book was included:action,sex scene,romance,and great ending. This book was about Ryan who is a great loving soul but gets attacked by homophobic jerks,and after he wakes up from the coma they put him in he feels empty like he isn't worthy of being loved but Tony is there for him through out the whole book even when Ryan dosn't want him. I feel this book showed the true meaning of love that no matter what happens the people that love you the most will always stick by you I highly recommend this book.

Go to this link to buy the book for 3 dollars
Michele L Montgomery


Tony and Ryan are not your typical gay couple. Although they are American, they are trained government agents living in Italy, and they’re on the lam. They are fugitives who are hiding from the very agency that trained them. Tony is 30, a physical trainer with a linebacker’s build. He fears no one, and takes very seriously his responsibility of protecting his boy Ryan. Ryan is young, only 20, and a gentler soul. He’s far more soft-spoken than Tony, and he’s often overly trusting.

While vacationing in Napoli, Ryan is brutalized by a group of four thugs—gay bashers. They beat and stab vulnerable, young Ryan, and leave him for dead. When Tony returns to find his boy in this condition, it nearly crushes him.

Laden with guilt for not being there to protect Ryan, Tony begins the arduous task of helping his boy heal. Will he ever be able to get Ryan to forgive him for not being there? Will he ever be able to forgive himself? And will Ryan ever again be the loving, gentle soul that Tony once knew and loved?

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