Series: Toronto Tales

Author: K.C. Burn

Cast Off (2013)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 4
I like this series. I especially liked Kurt in book one, and was happy to have his brother Ian featured in this story. Kurt and Ian really have a great family and one can only hope that there are real families like that in the world.Ian and Rick don't have a very easy time of it. There are hidden...
Cover Up (2012)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 2
I think I gave this book 3.5 stars (on BL, rounded down here) just because I'm just not sure what to think and I don't remember the last time a book stumped me like this. The first part of this book frustrated the hell out of me because it just seemed like there was a lot of whining going on by b...
Evadiendo los Problemas (2012)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 5
Really enjoyed this book. The first half was somewhat slow, but then the story picked up..I loved Kurt. He was so damn sweet and nice...I was in such a worry over him - it was really difficult for him to come to terms with the truth about himself, and do all this alone. I'd have resented Davy for...
Dentro o fuori (2012)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 3
Avant toute chose, il faut que je vous dise, j’adore Davy et je déteste Ben. Ça, c’est dit. Maintenant je peux commencer ma chronique en tant que telle.Le Chemin de l’acceptation donc, c’est le parcours de Kurt, policier un peu mal dans sa peau, un peu considéré comme un bébé par ses parents et s...
Cop Out (2011)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 7
This would normally have been a DNF, but I needed something simple to read on a road trip with other people chatting in the car. This was certainly simple. Aside from the interesting premise, it was entirely predictable. I realize Davy's in shock and grieving and that his dead partner was the bos...