Gangster Country

Gangster Country Logan Marshall moves to New York to be a social worker where he feels he s needed most Logan s always had it good His Daddy is a preacher sure but he preaches a laid back tolerant congregation who

  • Title: Gangster Country
  • Author: Kade Boehme
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Logan Marshall moves to New York to be a social worker where he feels he s needed most Logan s always had it good His Daddy is a preacher, sure, but he preaches a laid back, tolerant congregation who accepted Logan s sexuality gracefully He s from a ranch in nowhere, Texas, which makes him a hot ticket in the clubs with his tight, work strengthened body and his cute accLogan Marshall moves to New York to be a social worker where he feels he s needed most Logan s always had it good His Daddy is a preacher, sure, but he preaches a laid back, tolerant congregation who accepted Logan s sexuality gracefully He s from a ranch in nowhere, Texas, which makes him a hot ticket in the clubs with his tight, work strengthened body and his cute accent He s out of his element in New York, not looking for Mr Right Now but Mr Right Gianni Rodriguez grew up in Brooklyn Nothing could be further from the way he was raised than innocent, good hearted Logan was Gianni is fascinated that people like Logan even exist And parents that not only are God fearing, but also accepting As second in command of Los Cuervos, his brother s not so merry band of drug runners and pimps, Gianni s life would be in serious jeopardy if anyone ever knew the truth That s why his growing attachment for Logan is a bad thing.When Logan s work collides violently with Gianni s life, Gianni has to decide if the man is worth risking everything, even his family the man that may not even want him once he realizes what a monster the man he s been sleeping with really is Could Logan be Gianni s reason to go straight Or will they both go straight to an unmarked grave

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    1. **4.5 Mind Blowing and Heart Racing Stars**He was the dark to Logan's light.Gangster Country is a fast paced, anxiety filled read. I started this book with low expectations, wanting a simple and good read. What I got was an amazing, trilling book, that kept me intrigued all the way. I didn't want this story to end. I was highly surprised by how talented this author is at capturing the readers attention all the way through. This bookmply outstanding!!Gianni Rodriguez is the second in command of L [...]

    2. Kade Boehme did it again- another great story. I've had this book for a little while now and hadn't read it because I've never really been into mafia/gangster books. After having read four other books by him and loving them, I figured why not. In this story we have Gianni and Logan. Gianni, whom has grown up in a life of crime and sees no way out. Then we have Logan, Texas boy who's moved to the big city for a change of pace. I really loved the way he set up the story. I can't remember reading a [...]

    3. Written January 27, 20143.6 Stars - NY ganster romance with a thrilling topicFirst of all; there's probably a lot to say about this book, but I loved the plot and the MC's. This story is both heartbreaking exciting with thrilling suspense but also very tender and romantic. Maybe a kind of melodrama now and then, but I really enjoyed the story itself. What perhaps is a little sad, is that this book would have needed a further round with the tough red pen, a helpful editor and a little better stru [...]

    4. 2.5 lukewarm starsThe book doesn't follow the typical m/m relationship curve: meet, clash or crush, tension, angst, relationship development, conflict, resolution, possibly a HEA. In the prequel (first chapter), Logan and Gianni meet at a Manhattan party. Gianni, a gang member from the wrong side of town, feels out of his element. He originally hits on Logan's twink roommate but quickly abandons that idea when he catches a glimpse of Logan, a social worker and preacher's son from Texas. Logan, h [...]

    5. How to review this book? Kade asked me to tell him I "how badly I hated it". Okay… I hated that I was sucked in at the start. I hated that I felt so in touch with the characters that I could hear them in the room. I hated that I couldn't "put the book down" even though I did because I had a few appointments and I am a responsible person. But then I came back to it and stayed up all night reading. So I hate that I am tired and groggy and cried so hard before I went to bed. I hate that I couldn' [...]

    6. Gangster Country didn't work for me. I thought the story was boring and I found some of the inconsistency's annoying. Gianna is supposed to be a big bad guy but Wendy and his brother spoke about him like he was an idiot. Logan was way to good of a southern boy for me and I found it unbelievable that he would hook up with Gianna for a year, several times a week and ask no personal questions. So tell me how are they in love? The ending was also ridiculous and sappy. Sorry Kade but I enjoyed some o [...]

    7. Kade Boehme’s new book Gangster Country is a very well written and well rounded story. I found myself pulled along by this book, both enjoying and annoyed by the main characters. It definitely took me through a range of emotions with some great lines that made me smile, curse, gasp and cry. There are so many good things about the book that I don’t even know where to start with my review. The openly gay southern farm boy Logan Marshall moves to New York to be a social worker. In a bar he meet [...]

    8. Really loved this one. I have a thing for bad boys. And when I say that, I mean men who haven't really done everything on the up and up but still they have a big heart in there. That was definitely Gianni and he owned my heart. So glad I read it.

    9. Shortie review. 4.5 stars and well on a par with Don't Trust the Cut for me. Loved Logan especially, and Gianni, well let's just say he grew on me. Not giving anything away, and for a review that echoes my thoughts on the author AND the book, I would suggest you look at Tina Marie's. wonderful as always. Many thanks again Kade, and keep 'em coming!!

    10. Had the pleasure of reading this early, and I must say I enjoyed it immensely. Love a bad guy, love a tortured bad guy, and I love the men who love them. Great read, wonderful characters.

    11. Jesus Christ this book made me gnash teeth and rub my fist and I wanted to punch hardThe story was rock hard and cotton soft.Angst and love side by side.Dark and light.Love conquers everything. And thats what life is all about.I believe that in every dark soul there shines a bright light, it only has to find the crack.Great #mustread

    12. So, Kade Boehme has been one of my favorite authors for a while now. I have read all of his books and I like all of them, some of them I absolutely love. One thing I have always loved about his books is that there isn't any insta-love. The MCs in his novels have to work very hard for their HEAs. I feel that is the way it should be. Anything worth having is worth working hard for. In this newest book Logan and Gianni have to work through what seems to be impossible odds. These two men couldn't be [...]

    13. Review written for Hearts on Fire Reviews.This solid story grabs your attention early on, keeps you on edge and guessing until the end.Logan is such a sweetheart and all-around good guy. He moved away from home in Texas to NYC to make a difference with his career in social work. He meets Gianni, by chance through mutual friends, and they hit it off. Even though Logan can tell Gianni is bad news in some way, and Gianni knows he should keep things short with Logan, neither are willing to make that [...]

    14. Spoiler Ahead This was a really good book that I didn't think I would like this much. Logan Marshall moves to New York to be a social worker where he feels he's needed most. Logan is from a small town in Texas where is father is a rancher and a preacher and his mother his a school teacher who taught health. His parents were very open minded and didn't have any problems with him being gay. So when he goes to a party with his two roommates he meets Gianni Rodriguez a gang member from Brooklyn who [...]

    15. BK you say? Gang life? *fingers crossed* Please be good and don't disappoint. No stereotypes.I'm going to give it a try on the strength of author Avril Ashton's review.

    16. Two very different men from two very different backgrounds…Logan Marshall is a social worker whose job has taken him to New York where he feels he’s needed the most. This country boy who grew up in a Texas ranch has got it easy with his hippie parents who have no qualms about him being gay. Then he meets Gianni Rodriguez. Gianni grew up in Brooklyn and is part of the Los Cuervos gang as his brother’s right hand and the doer of its dirty deeds. When he met Logan at a party, what started out [...]

    17. I went on a Kade-binge over the weekend and this was the last one I read. I'm glad I ended with this, because it was different.I'm seeing this book get a lot of negative/mediocre reviews and for the some of the same reasons. "How did Logan not really know his "boyfriend" of a year?" The thing is is that (view spoiler)[Logan KNOWS. Deep down he knows Gianni is bad news. He knows he's dangerous. He may not know what he does exactly, but he knows he's trouble.(hide spoiler)] Until you've been in th [...]

    18. 4 HEARTBREAKING STARSI have to say I really enjoyed this story, I was disappointed it ended so quickly, I would have loved to see what happened after the end, I'd even be happy with an outtake. Logan Marshall is a social worker from Texas that moves to New York where he felt he was needed. Logan's always had it good, his parents love him, he loves his work and is good at it, he has friends that care and a tight sexy body that never lets him be alone, only problem, he doesnt want one-night stands [...]

    19. 4.0 Stars*Cover critique: Neither model looks like how the MCs are described. Those aren't "gang tats" and the one in a suit jacket does not look corn-fed, sweet country.

    20. The concern on Gianni’s face was why Logan had never feared Gianni. He had such a soft heart for a guy who looked like he’d just done a stint in Statesville. Gianni’s body was hard in all the right places and he had too many tattoos for Logan to even take inventory of each one. But that face was the face of a model, pretty and kind, with brown eyes that were wide open with affection when it was just the two of them. Logan had seen them grow hard in fear, and they were even scarier in anger [...]

    21. Terrific story about two men on opposite sides of the law. This was my first book by Kade Boehme but it definitely won't be the last. Logan and Gianni were very well developed characters. It was a shame that Gianni had to hide his family ties and live in the closet. I don't think that Logan could have handled the truth about Gianni's mob connections earlier in their relationship. A well written, fast paced story that had me glued to the pages right up until the end. Highly recommended.

    22. First offKade, I love you!! Okay, now about the book. God what a ride. The fact that farm boy Logan managed to actually survive and excel at his job in New York with such a hard jobjust wow. And Gianni, ah, Gianni, the worst kind of bad boy with a big heart. Loved this story but would really have loved to see their first encounter on page. I bet it was hot! :)

    23. You can tell this isn't the polished writing that Boehme puts out now. It was quite unrealistic, and my favorite part happened off-page, the relationship building.

    24. 2.75 stars This was aiight. It follows a different format, since Logan and Gianni meet in the Prologue and then chapter 1 begins one year later after they have been boyfriends/fuck-buddies/falling-in-love-but-no-one-wants-to-admit-it. Logan says he "had a feeling Gianni wasn't on the up-and-up", but after a year of not knowing what someone does for work even though you sleep at their apartment almost every night and they go to work every morning it's more than a "feeling." It's fucking obvious. [...]

    25. I believe this is the first Kade Boehme book I've read and I have to say I did really enjoy the writing. The characters are engaging and the world is clearly detailed and enriching. That being said the story falls a little short for me being on the slightly unbelievable side. Admittedly if you let that little wrinkle go you'll probably enjoy this story more. Logan and Gianni as a couple are once wrong step away from exploding as a couple, but you really could feel that they were inexplicably dra [...]

    26. Over-the-top, highly unrealistic, but ultimately, a fair amount of fun.Logan Marshall is a do-gooder who has fallen in love with Gianni Rodriguez, a banger. Except Gianni has somehow managed, for the space of a year, to conceal the fact that he sells drugs and engages in other far-from-savory activities when he and Logan part at the beginning of each day. It's a slightly odd set-up; I know I'd be more than a little bit annoyed if the man I loved was super cagey, not just about introducing me to [...]

    27. I loved the premise of Gangster Country and I liked the story – but I felt it fell short of what it could have been. My main issue with the story was the lack of character and relationship development - which likely was due to at least in part to length - or lack thereof. Gangster Country starts with Logan Marshall more or less fresh from the Texas farm meeting Gianni Rodriguez at a Manhattan party. Logan has taken his Social Work degree to the big city to make a difference and work for the Ma [...]

    28. Logan is a socail worker who has moved from Texas to New York to take on a new job. Gianni is the ultamite bad boy gangster working for his brother. They inadvertely meet at a night club after being dragged out by their friends. What was suppose to be just a guick one-nighter ends but being more. While Gi knows all about Logan's job, Logan know nothing about Gi's. He doesn't even know that the apartment that he stays at with Gi isn't Gi's only house. To add to their alread messed up relationship [...]

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