Read Two Man Station (Emergency Services, #1) Online Free - Gio Valeri is a big city police officer who’s been transferred to the small outback town of Richmond with his professional reputation in tatters. His transfer is a punishment, and Gio just wants to keep his head down and survive the next two years. No more mistakes. No more complications.
Except Gio isn’t counting on Jason Quinn.
Jason Quinn, officer in charge of Richmond Station, is a single dad struggling with balancing the demands of shift work with the challenges of raising his son. The last thing he needs is a new senior constable with a history of destroying other people’s careers. But like it or not, Jason has to work with Gio.
In a remote two man station hours away from the next town, Gio and Jason have to learn to trust and rely on each another. Close quarters and a growing attraction mean that the lines between professional and personal are blurring. And even in Richmond, being a copper can be dangerous enough without risking their hearts as well.
|Title||:||Two Man Station (Emergency Services, #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||273 pages|
January 08, 2018
Two Man Station is a good story from Lisa Henry, but it felt like an intro to a romance rather than the romance itself.
I adore everything Lisa Henry, especially her lighter stuff, and so I was honestly expecting to 5-star this one. I mean, two cops... all alone... horny and lonely... out in the...
January 13, 2018
"This is a two-man station. If things turn to shit, it’s just us."
I had missed a gritty story by Lisa Henry! I know she is a very versatile author but I have a soft spot for her gritty writes.
Pay atttention to the blurb. It's doing a great job describing the plot which I'm not going to rehash...
January 04, 2018
Solid 4 star read!
I really enjoyed this one. Ele's review described the setting as being like a third character, and I couldn't agree more. The two man station and Richmond were just as much a part of the book as the main characters Gio and Jason.
This was a quiet read, very slow paced but I was...
February 19, 2018
Two Man Station is the first book I read from author, Lisa Henry, and it certainly will not be my last.
Jason Quinn has been in charge of the small police station in a remote town in Australia. He is struggling with being a single Dad as well as the needs of his town. He certainly wasn’t looking f...
December 18, 2017
Ohh Lisa Henry how I have missed thee. Let me count the ways.
YOU GUYS. THIS BOOK. WAS DELIGHTFUL.
I read it in mere hours. I mean ok. I slept. I did. But I opened my eyes this morning and dove back in at 3:30 am with no regrets. I mean whats a little sleep when all you want is to find out how it...
January 14, 2018
Last year, one of my favorite reads of the year was Jane Harper's The Dry. I was mesmerized with the strong sense of Australian's small town in that book, just as much as I loved the story. Ever since then, I am dying to get the same feeling in the romance genre. When I saw this cover a...
January 26, 2018
*** 3.5 Stars ***
When the book begins, our main character Gio's in a bit of tough spot. While he's ostensibly been promoted within the Queensland Police Service, the reality is that his personal life is in the shitter, he's endured months of harassment from his "brothers" in blue, and his superio...
January 28, 2018
~ Rural Aussie coppers at your slow build service ~
Lisa's usual quality writing...
Q: He set off at a slow jog to warm up. The soles of his shoes scuffed against the gritty bitumen at the shoulder of the road. There was no traffic to worry about. He heard the descending symphony of a semi’s compre...
January 25, 2018
Two Man Station is a story about new beginnings and second chances at love and life. Both MC's have loved and lost, though each in a different way. Both need to heal and learn how to move on. And neither have an easy time of it.
I loved the setting in a small town in the middle of nowhere, Austra...
December 23, 2017
I love the way Lisa Henry is able to pull a reader into the worlds she creates and provides a descriptive landscape to immerse yourself in, without becoming too lost in it.
With Two Man Station we get to meet and learn about two men who've lost almost everything starting over again.
There's big ci...