Even the Score

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Taro and Rafe are alone in the wilderness again--except for eleven survival students and a spree killer, anyway. Oops, make that ten survival students. Now nine... More

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Words: 60,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311177735
About KD Sarge

KD Sarge writes for joy and hope, and works for a living. She has tried her hand at endeavors including Governess of the Children, Grand Director of the Drive-Through, and Dispatcher of the Tow Trucks. Currently KD loves her job in a private school for children with autism. Past accomplishments include surviving eight one-year-olds for eight hours alone (she lasted about ten months), driving a twenty-foot truck from Ohio to Arizona by way of Oklahoma, and making a six-pack of tacos in twenty-three seconds.

Writing achievements include the Weightiest First Draft Ever, as well as nine other, much lighter, completed novels. She has six universes under construction. KD has won NaNoWriMo five times and NaNoEdMo twice. A widow, KD lives in Arizona with three children, two of them furred and all of them demanding.

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Review by: Beccaie Jamieson on Jan. 06, 2015 :
I love Rafe and Taro. They are easily in my top 10 of all fictional characters. KD Sarge has published her fifth book in the Dream'verse, and this is the third one that features Rafe and Taro as the central characters. Now that they're settled on BFR and settled in their relationship, it seems like things should be a bit easier, but a mysterious someone who's bent on revenge can complicate the most conventional relationship. And Rafe and Taro don't have one of those.

I've read and reread all four of the previous Dream'verse books, as well as KD's short stories--some available at Turtleduck Press and some through the M/M Romance group on Goodreads. (You must be a member, but that's free and so are the stories.) I've spent decades reading murder mysteries written by a wide variety of authors. You'd think, after all that, that it would be tricky to completely flabbergast me, but KD managed it. Even when I had a Very Bad Feeling™ about Taro going off on his own, I was utterly surprised by what actually happened. I love a mystery that can fool me.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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