When Taylor Mac Allister and Will Brandt go hiking in the mountains to work out their partnership problems and relationship problems they get into a bit more trouble than even they and bargained for. While Taylor ia recovering from a gunshot wound, they decided to go hiking for him to regain some of his strength, when they come across the wreck of a small airplane that has been used in a casino heist. Will and Taylor cut short their hike to tell the local rangers of what they found when they are accosted by the robbers and the two have to run for their lives, look at their relationship together and act upon the attraction. Will they make it out of the mountains alive? Will they live for each other or will the robbers win and they both die?
I did enjoy this story a lot but wished it had started a bit earlier and told how they had gotten to the plane, though it did explain the shooting and such.
Special Agents for the Department of Diplomatic Security, Taylor MacAllister and Will Brandt have been partners and best friends for three years, but everything changed the night Taylor admitted the truth about his feelings for Will. And when Taylor was shot a few hours later, Will felt his reluctance to get involved was vindicated. For Will, the team and the friendship have to come first -- despite the fact that he hasn't failed to notice just how...hot Taylor is.
Taylor has been in love with his partner and best friend since they were first partnered. There isn't much he wouldn't do for Will -- but he doesn't know how much longer they can stay teamed feeling the way he does. Still, he agreed to a camping trip in the High Sierras -- despite the fact that he hates camping -- because Will wanted a chance to save their partnership. But the trip is a disaster from the first, and things rapidly go from bad to worse when they find a crashed plane and a couple of million dollars in stolen money.
With a trio of murderous robbers trailing them, Will and Taylor are on dangerous ground, fighting for their partnership, their passion...and their lives.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, strong violence.