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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Lance by Jet Mykles. Years ago Lance and Gordon fell in love when the bass player and band manager were part of The Might.

The band was led by a rich, self important genius and everything was just great as long as no one rocked the boat. But Gordon chafed in the restrictive atmosphere and Lance was too laid back to test any boundaries. Gordon pushed for more; Lance fought any change. The final Years ago Lance and Gordon fell in love when the bass player and band manager were part of The Might. The final straw came when Lance acted out by sleeping with someone else.

Gordon broke it off and was gone. He wants no one else. This is his only chance. Can Lance convince Gordon to trust him again? Published June 3rd by Loose Id first published June 2nd To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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I am a huge fan of the Heaven Sent and Indigo Knight series but unfortunately this one did not quite myklss for me. It pains me to say it but I thought Gordon was a complete tool the entire book and didn’t understand why Lance would want him back that badly, even if Lance was the one who messed up. Anyone who knows me can tell you that if ijdigo is a character who cheated, I tend to hold that against them the entire story and perhaps for years afterward and want to rip their balls off.

However jwt I am a huge fan of the Heaven Sent and Indigo Knight series but unfortunately this one did not quite work for me. However in this case I indiggo with Lance and didn’t really care if he cheated, so what does that tell you about Gordon? The story progressed slowly and for every chapter in the present which basically showed Lance being abstinent and Gordon ineigo in his face that they would never get back together, there was a chapter in the past describing the slow build-up of how they got together in the first place.

We had to wait until the very end to get the details on the break-up and how they planned to move past it. But sadly by that point, after seeing Gordon with his boyfriend and then later with club hookups and after all his constant harping to Lance that they were over and he didn’t give second chances, I was ready for Lance to move on too. Preferably with one of the hot young things Noble kept sending his way ; Knighta alas Lance inxigo his heart had other things in mind and everyone got their happy ending after all.

It’s always great to see the boys from Heaven Sent make an appearance and the scenes with the other Indigo Knights were very enjoyable. I can’t wait mymles see who ends up stealing Kjights heart: View all 3 comments.


Jun 24, Kassa rated it liked it. I like these easy to read inxigo fun books by the author but the IK series mykels in comparison to the HS series and it shows in just about all 2. I like these easy to read and fun books by the author but the IK series pales in comparison to the HS series and it shows in just about all the books. The angst is light, if even there, and the characters very easy to take.

My main hang up nykles that I never thought the main guys should be together and I agreed they were better off apart so the final resolution of them happy in love rang very hollow for me. But fans of the author will easily like this one. Gordon swears he never gives second chances and is done with Lance. That is until he gives Lance the chance at a real band with the Indigo Knights.

The timeline of this one is a little wonky because apparently events in the second book — Danny and Cash — happen at the same time this one happens. Additionally the past months jump around — first there is a November scene then a September scene in the past so I was confused because I think the Sept scene actually came after the November one.

Anyway beyond that I liked the characters, the band members are fun and interesting enough if not particularly memorable. Lance is a nice character as someone that struggled with commitment, made mistakes and now is trying to atone for them.

Gordon is a bit up tight I have to admit but I could understand that he was trying to protect himself while still creating a working relationship with Lance. Likewise Lance is simply too jrt and fearful of change to make any decisions in his life, kknights frustrated Gordon tremendously and would again in the future. Which is the problem.

Then they were incredibly, deeply in love and willing to go without condoms as some show of trust? The resolution was incredibly fast after the entire book had Gordon shooting Lance down and refusing another chance. Aside from this rather significant problem I liked reading the story well enough. May 18, Ami rated it really liked it Shelves: I already noted the history between Lance and Gordon from the previous book which was released 2 years ago!

I thought it was really interesting that while Lance was the one who made mistakes in the past, I could actually feel that it was Gordon that might be the unsympathetic character. Gordon did came out as the bossy character, while Lance was the more laid-back and pragmatist one — and he was kinghts the one who did the penance knighys their broken relationship. I thought this provided subtlety to the situation — that some readers could see why it ended up badly for the two of them.

For me, that was really good. Now, a little technicality — this story was written in alternate present-past time chapters. So iindigo get one chapter of the present, followed up by a past time chapter. The past time chapters started at the beginning, where Lance first met Gordon, up to the moment of their break knihts. While the present chapters started from the moment they finally met again — after Gordon contacted both Lance and Noble to be part of the Indigo Knights — until the resolution of their relationship.

Kknights, it did made the story drag especially from the middle towards the ending. It felt too long to get to the point of the break-up. And the break-up point felt too quick and abrupt. But again, this was my favorite trope and I absolutely loved the last chapter.

I could only say that it provided what I wanted and I loved how Lance pushed Gordon past his bullshit up to the point where Gordon finally admitted he still loved Lance. I could read that last chapter over and over again just to savor it. I always prefer complicated couplings rather than the sweet-fluffy-eyes-gazing-lovingly-towards-each-other ones anyway.


So yes, I loved this installment. View all 6 indogo. Sep 06, Kat rated it liked it Shelves: Gordon completey disregarded indkgo the time what Lance said or wanted and when Lance didn’t do what Gordon wanted he was pissed off. Lance cheated, but t 2.

Lance cheated, but the circumstances that led up to it and why he did it, made it totally understandable. I found it a but much to lay the blame for the cheating solely at his feet because actually Gordon abandoned him, didn’t talk to him, didn’t call back, was absent for weeks even though it should only have been a few days In the end I didn’t care that Lance cheated actually I wished for him to find someone else who really cherished kniggts and that he would get over Idnigo and move on I liked Noble a lot though and hopefully his book will be better.

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Jun 14, Karen Wellsbury rated it liked it. Now, I should have been buddy reading, and I was going to I’m pretty invested in this now,and Lance was a bit of dark horse When we met Gordon, in Book 2 he seemed OK, bit to be honest I thought he was a bit of an arse here, and the whole, one strike and you’re out, well that was mean.

The band is taking off, which is good. I’m still not convinced that rock stars live like this, but I just don’t care, these books are funny,entertaining and romantic. I may read book But, when I read the blurb, I was very wary of this one when I read that Lance had cheated on Gordon in the past.

In the present, Lance and his best friend Noble are invited to join the newly formed rock band, Indigo Knights, a new venture brought about by Brent Rose and his husband Hell, two of the original Heaven Sent cast members. Gordon is the man he still loves and has remained celibate for. But Gordon wants nothing to do with Lance, other than to be his band manager, and slowly but surely, Lance, who still loves Gordon, tries to get him to at least be friends. In the past, Lance and his best friend Noble, were members of The Might, a band created by a wealthy man named Shelby, who pursued his career as a musical genius with a manic frenzy but only allowed his band to play in the club he owned.

As weird as that was, they were happy with the arrangement, because they earned more than they did before, and Lance sent the money he earned to his sister to support his mother who was confined to a nursing home. When Shelby hired Gordon to manage the club and the band, everyone was happy, at least for a while. Eventually Lance wore him down, and the two began a relationship that was going to simply be sex, but became much more than that. But, when Gordon finally had enough with the restrictions placed on him, he quit the job and moved to his own place.

I really enjoyed the way the story was told and seeing Lance in the present, compared to how he was in the past, gave me more of an investment in him and his hopes of getting back together with Gordon.

However, Gordon did act like an ass throughout much of the story, especially in the present, when he paraded his boyfriends in front of Lance. And do they get their HEA? This book was provided to me by the publisher through Hearts on Fire Reviews in exchange for an impartial review.

Feb 27, Marlobo rated it liked it Shelves: