Code Blue by Max Walker
Ethan Winter’s world is rocked after a tragedy leaves him an empty husk of who he once was. He lives his days focusing solely on his patients and not much else. He used to have it all and now found himself empty handed. There was nothing that could make him feel any better.
Crow Kensworth is ready for the time of his life. He just recently came out of the closet and is preparing for his first national tour, his music career taking off. Things couldn’t get any better.
When Ethan’s world crashes into Crow’s everything gets thrown off course. Suddenly, Ethan is reminded of how good it feels to hold someone. At the same time, Crow is learning how good it feels to be held.
The two men start believing things actually could get better.
Then the letters begin, and Crow’s world is threatened by a stalker who seems to have their eyes fixed on the swoon-worthy singer. Both Ethan and Crow will need to find strength in each other as the stalker becomes more and more desperate for Crow’s heart, going to lengths that neither of them imagined possible.
Story 4.5 *, Emotion/Passion 4.5 *, Sizzle 4.5 *. This is the third book, in a wonderful series set around Sierra View Hospital. Ethan is a physician held captive by the sorrow at the loss of his husband when he met the eyes of a singer in a small club near the hospital. The singer, Crow, in the first show of a new US tour was somehow captured by Ethan’s eyes in a mutual moment of … interest, surprise, recognition, perhaps?
The story begins with a feeling, an immediate feeling, that something is going to happen. There is an intensity, a feeling of anticipation. Sparkling with sexual tension and a hint that there is something else going on, perhaps behind the scenes, the singer and his entourage begin their tour. The men are interesting, caring and oh, so sexy. This story is packed with local color, suspense, and a wonderfully satisfying HEA.