Sequel to A Matter of Time Vols I IIJory Harcourt doesn t have to go looking for trouble Wherever he goes, it seems to find him particularly when his partner, Sam Kage, is working undercover on a federal task force.After the recession forces him to close his business, Jory goes to work as a matchmaker and event planner From there, it s only a matter of time beforeSequel to A Matter of Time Vols I IIJory Harcourt doesn t have to go looking for trouble Wherever he goes, it seems to find him particularly when his partner, Sam Kage, is working undercover on a federal task force.After the recession forces him to close his business, Jory goes to work as a matchmaker and event planner From there, it s only a matter of time before his big mouth and up front attitude make him the rope in a tug of war between a trust fund baby and a drug smuggling criminal Then, as if that situation weren t delicate enough, Jory s undercover lover shows up working for the smuggler.Between the men who want him and the men who just want him dead, Chicago is getting a little crowded for Jory, so on the advice of his brother, his boyfriend, and the FBI task force, he heads for Hawaii where a serious accident threatens his quality of life Can Sam and Jory keep the faith and prove that their relationship really is bulletproof
Bulletproof Sequel to A Matter of Time Vols I IIJory Harcourt doesn t have to go looking for trouble Wherever he goes it seems to find him particularly when his partner Sam Kage is working undercover on a fede

  • Title: Bulletproof
  • Author: Mary Calmes
  • ISBN: 9781613721537
  • Page: 198
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Bulletproof”

    1. If you don't have anything nice to say you shouldn't say anything at all, or so I have heard but don’t really listen to what people say. Plus I do have something nice to say, so eat that bitches. I should also point out that this is all just my modest opinion and that I already strongly disliked Jory, also overall this book while frustrating was not the complete suckfest the previous book was.I think Mary did a great job writing this, she writes great first person POV and I was amazed at her a [...]

    2. Casting of A Matter of Time (Bulletproof). Written review to followJory: Mathias Lauridsen (The only guy pretty enough to make a straight man gay.) Sam: This gorgeous unknown man Or. Chris Hemsworth (Blonde,brown hair, check. Slate blue eyes, check. 6"3 inches, close enoughd hot,hot hot!!!) Dane: Hugh Jackman (Hansome, debonair and damn sexy in a tux!). Dane's expression when Jory does something stupid.

    3. ***3.5 Stars***Damn this is a hard one to rateAll the stars for every scene with Sam and Jory together.unfortunately, that's only about 20-25% of the book. I wanted more! MORE DAMNIT!! Because every scene with them together was so full of longing and love and need and desire and passion and intimacy and SO MUCH DAMN LOVE!!! "I know you worry about getting older, about not being the prettiest guy in the room anymore. But there will never come a time when that will be the case," he said, pressing [...]

    4. I read the first 4 books a couple of months ago and even though I loved Jory and Sam, they broke my heart. I stopped reading after that because I just couldn’t do anymore of the push and pull between them.But people started harassing me to please continue, and because I am weak listen to my friends, I caved.And thank god I did!! I loved this installment! What I wanted all along was for Jory and Sam to be solid. Just that. I wanted them to just love each other. And throw in some pining because [...]

    5. So very much fun. The thing I loved about this book is that, while Jory stayed much the same entertaining, irritating gold-fish-in-a-bowl that charmed us in the first two books, in Bulletproof he actually showed a few signs of character maturity. He'd come to the point where he'd rather be alone than with a group of people he didn't know well. He actually admitted that there were situations where he could have acted better, and he kept his own ego out of some tight moments when it could have bee [...]

    6. Reread June 26 2016.I still love the crap out of Jory !! One of my favorite characters ever !! <323-05-2015What can I say. I like everybody else in this book, have a thing for Jory. I just cant help myself.4 stars from me because I just love Jory, but it did piss me off that there was so little interaction in this one between him and Sam. Hope the next one will give me some more Jory and Sam together.It was way ott and at times ridiculous as usual, but what can I say this case it just works f [...]

    7. First, I just want to start with how much I love this book cover! I mean, don't get me wrong, I love the book toobut that cover really does it for me.Anyway, this installment in the Matter of Time series takes place three (or so) years after Matter of Time Part IV. Jory and Sam are still happily married, Jory is still a trouble magnet, and he's still as zoned out, snarky and wonderful as always.So Jory's got a new job at a matchmaker and event planning business, which he doesn't love but has thr [...]

    8. ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Might contains spoilers*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱Four year time jump. That's how this book starts. What a disappointed beginning. I feel like we're not a part of Jory Harcourt (30) and Samuel “Sam” Thomas Kage (42) journey. But what to expect when the series feel like a TV show and each book is an episode with some time jumps. Sure, there's action, love and friendships, but really most of the books is a déjà vu from the previous ones. And Sam was barely in this one, being under [...]

    9. The cover of this kinda says it all, a lonely Jory in bed without Sam. This book should have been called "The one where Jory and Sam are apart more than together" or "Everyone loves Jory STILL, but Jory finally grows the fuck up".This was good. Though I was ticked there was less Sam time and Jory seemed to be bouncing off the walls like a super ball, it was necessary. We needed to see selfish, self absorbed and clueless Jory grow up. It's time and it was done in pure Jory fashion. I loved seeing [...]

    10. Can't wait to read this one! The blurb shows a Jory true to himself and I loved it! The "twenty-six year old graphic designer who thinks he's fucking' Batman" is now a twenty-six+ year old matchmaker and event planner who thinks he's fucking' Batman! Never learn, Jory, never learn. -----------------------I stopped everything to read this book. I just ADORE Jory! His love for Sam is just so cute! Jory, a little bit man, a little bit child, original and funny, never complains, not judgemental at a [...]

    11. Too much of a good thing.Don’t get me wrong: I love Sam & Jory.But they weren’t even together for 2/3 of this book and when they’re not together, they actually annoy the crap out of me. Jory flirts w/ men and leads them on. And every man wants him and he has no idea why it turns bad. He’s a tease. Sam makes stupid, selfish decisions and leaves Jory alone to fend for himself. Annoying! Grrrrr….But, together? Sheesh…so freaking sweet and loving and tender and beautiful and sexy. Th [...]

    12. ***Mild Spoilers***I've seen some of the reviews on here, those that lament Jory and his seeming inability to change who he is, or "grow" as a character. While I don't disagree with this completely, I figure that if Jory was who he was through the first four books, I would expect there wouldn't be a drastic overhaul of his character. He still cracks me up and I enjoyed reading Bulletproof.Mary Calmes does write a specific type of character, and I've can definitely see the comparison between Jory [...]

    13. This book is all over the place. It meanders through Jory's mind and travels with hardly any (crime) plot at all.Plus, Jory spends way too much time with other men, letting them pat his hair, rub is abdomen. It made me decidedly unhappy. It seems to show him how much he needs Sam. Whatever. Plus, I never realized how much alike this series andwere. Jory and Stefan are practically the same character. Rand and Sam are practically the same character. Stef/Jory do the same hairbrained things all the [...]

    14. 3.5 Stars for the story - Audio EditionWhat can I say that you don't already know?? This was yet another roller coaster ride on the Jory train!I found this to be a bit more explicit than the previous installments, though the onscreen time with our favorite couple was quite less than usual, as Sam worked undercover and Jory continued to find himself in unbelievable situations. Truly, really, unbelievable situations - I kid you not.What stayed the same though was their love for each other. Sam is [...]

    15. The one in which I really try to understand Jory. No doubt about it, Jory is an original. Sam is conspicuously absent for most of this book, and it feels like a Jory showcase. A showcase of Jory proving his devotion and loyalty to Sam where all menz find Jory utterly and completely irresistible. So how did I find Jory?Jory is flitty.(what fancy dictionary, you don't know what flitty means?, look up JORY).Jory is an airhead. I think he likes this persona an perpetuates it.What's up with Jory and [...]

    16. Jory and SamThey Are Soooo Sweet and Jory ~Sam~ are simply yummy, even if they are running , chasing or just plain tangle up!"I Love This Book~It Had Sooooo Much In It.Like~"'♥One Of The Best Endings Ever!"♥Action ♥Adventure♥Sweetness♥Smexy Stuff♥Him Finding Out That He Was Not Bulletproof.I Think?."5 Fabulously Fun Stars!

    17. He picked up the closest thing to him and used it to punctuate his threats. "I'm going to have you thrown in federal--""You're threatening me with a whisk," I pointed out snidely."This is an ongoing task force inves--""I'm just saying," I said, widening my eyes, "whisk".*********Jory, Sam, mobsters, Dane!, food, interior décor snobbery, and a plot that spins around like a three-year-old on gummi worms.

    18. Second readI just love these two so much - It's nice to go back and to just feel them again15 June 2015I just love this series Full review to follow at the end of the series

    19. I usually enjoy Mary Calmes. Yes, a lot of her books have a MC with a touch god's gift to everyonebut usually it's tolerable, and doesn't effect my enjoyment of the book. Rory has always bugged the holy living shit out of me.but after the last book, were it had been tamed down considerably, I had hope. You see, I WANT to like Jory. Everyone likes Jory, why don't I? So I keep trying. The books are entertaining.I like most of the stories's just Rory I dislike. I lOVE Sam.WhyParaphrasing everyone w [...]

    20. I had to spend a day away from my five days of Sam & Jory immersion (I spent 5 days reading the entire series) before my brain was ready to write this review. First of all let me start off by saying I loved all of these books. LOVED THEM.So, if you were not a fan of the first books (then why are you reading this anyway?) you will probably not like Bulletproof. I usually don't write long reviews, but I really loved this series so I am going to go off here a bit - be forewarned.This book is a [...]

    21. First of all, this installment of the "A Matter of Time" series turned out to be a vast improvement over previous ones. Thankfully!Or maybe I just felt better about it because I'd decided this was the last one I was going to read?WhateverAt first, Jory is allThen he's all "yeah, yeah, I'm in heat, my man is not around, but none of you all's gettin' any." Because, somehow, just like in all of Ms. Calmes' books that I've read, almost all of the guys after Jory's ass (every single guy he meets, it [...]

    22. If you read and liked the first 4 Matter of Time books you'll read this one no matter what I say.If you didn't, you're not even reading this review.If you thought Jory was TSTL, annoying and a pain in the ass, he is still that.If you thought all that and you still loved him, you will still love him here. In short: this one is for the fans. The haters have given up way before this book anyway. My one question: how big is Chicago (and Honolulu) anyway? With the frequency Jory runs into people he k [...]

    23. I just love Jory and Sam, love love love them. Yes, Jory is over the top; yes, he's TSTL sometimes; and yes, he's too good to be true. It doesn't matter. He's still one of my very favorite characters ever. I hope this isn't the end of their story. I would love to see them again.

    24. I didn't want this book to end. I just love Jory. I love everything about him and it was so great to visit him again and I really do hope it's not the last time. Great great book!

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