The Parting Glass

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Two and a half years ago, travel writer Timothy McShay let NYPD Detective Luke O'Brien talk him into hiking into the New Jersey Pine Barrens to face down a monster.

Now Tim and Luke meet again under very different circumstances. The old attraction is still there -- but so are some of Tim's monsters. Is it too late to find their way back to each other?
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About Josh Lanyon

Author of nearly ninety titles of classic Male/Male fiction featuring twisty mystery, kickass adventure, and unapologetic man-on-man romance, JOSH LANYON’S work has been translated into eleven languages. Her FBI thriller Fair Game was the first Male/Male title to be published by Harlequin Mondadori, then the largest romance publisher in Italy. Stranger on the Shore (Harper Collins Italia) was the first M/M title to be published in print. In 2016 Fatal Shadows placed #5 in Japan’s annual Boy Love novel list (the first and only title by a foreign author to place on the list). The Adrien English series was awarded the All-Time Favorite Couple by the Goodreads M/M Romance Group. In 2019, Fatal Shadows became the first LGBTQ mobile game created by Moments: Choose Your Story.

She is an EPIC Award winner, a four-time Lambda Literary Award finalist (twice for Gay Mystery), an Edgar nominee, and the first ever recipient of the Goodreads All-Time Favorite M/M Author award.

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Marge C. reviewed on March 22, 2017

An excellent sequel to In a Dark Wood. My emotions were all over the place as the two men tried to get back a bit of the magic they'd had, and to overcome the hurt and distance between them. But in the end, totally satisfying.
(reviewed 4 years after purchase)
Ozysuz reviewed on Oct. 12, 2013

I read this one first, before realizing it was a sequel to 'In a Dark Wood' and it stands extremely well on its own. However, when I read 'In a Dark Wood', then followed it with another read of this one (can any Josh Lanyon story suffer from too many reads? ;-) it gave the main characters and their re-acquaintance even more poignancy. Tim, though he's made amazing strides to get his life on track and out of the bottle, still suffers from a lack of self-worth, primarily where Luke is concerned. But it was particularly heart wrenching to witness Luke's emotions over Tim. A short story that still delivers maximum emotional impact. Another winner.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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