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Unspeakable Words nd Edition The Sixth Sense Book One Special Agent John Flynn is everything Jerry Parker is not dangerously handsome coolly charismatic and respected by his peers Special Agent Parker is dedicated a

  • Title: Unspeakable Words
  • Author: Sarah Madison
  • ISBN: 9781615816880
  • Page: 280
  • Format: ebook
  • 2nd Edition The Sixth Sense Book One Special Agent John Flynn is everything Jerry Parker is not dangerously handsome, coolly charismatic, and respected by his peers Special Agent Parker is dedicated and meticulous, but his abrasive personality has given him a reputation for being difficult When new information on a cold case appears, Parker is assigned to work with Fly2nd Edition The Sixth Sense Book One Special Agent John Flynn is everything Jerry Parker is not dangerously handsome, coolly charismatic, and respected by his peers Special Agent Parker is dedicated and meticulous, but his abrasive personality has given him a reputation for being difficult When new information on a cold case appears, Parker is assigned to work with Flynn, and the sparks fly as their investigative styles clash Contact with a strange artifact changes everything when it bestows unusual and unpredictable powers on Flynn and the two men must learn to trust each other before a killer strikes again First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, 2010.

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    1. Kaje Harper on said:

      4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book, and only docked the half-star for the author violating one of the unwritten rules of M/M romance. Usually I'm all about throwing rules away, as long as the story is well written, which this was. But in this case I vote with the majority. (view spoiler)[ If you have a virgin or GFY character, then the first time they have full-out naked sex, especially penetrative sex, it should be on-page, unless all the sex is fade-to-black. The decision to take that scene [...]

    2. ♥Laddie♥ (Lee Lee) on said:

      This book was unbelievably cute. I finished it in one sitting when I haven't been able to finish anything else for months.Jerry is a socially awkward FBI agent. He's respected for his encyclopedic mind and his ability to sniff out information. The thing is that nobody likes working with him in the field because he's a bit of an uppity know-it-all. As a result Jerry never gets to be the superstar who makes the arrest. Bummer, right? Jerry thinks so.John Flynn is the anti-Jerry. He's cool, slick, [...]

    3. Susan on said:

      This book was a pleasant surpriseThe paranormal element was fun.The MC's were a nice opposites-attract mix.The mystery kept me guessing.But beware: this is a true GFY story and ALL the smexy happens off page and is only lightly referred to. This book will not change your world. In fact, I read this 2 weeks ago and 1) forgot I hadn't even written a review and 2) had trouble remembering the story.BUT, it's entertaining-enough while you're reading it (from what I recall) and I works as a good in-be [...]

    4. Rosa, really on said:

      To all the readers out there who decided to wait until the second book in this series (Walk a Mile) was published before starting this one:Seriously, people who make intelligent decisions just piss me off.Like a fool, I just said la-la-la to all the reviews that said:This book needs a sequel.When will there be a sequel?Like, seriously, dude. SEQUEL IS NEEDED.I think that last one was me after I read it the first time.It's not that it ends on a cliffhanger--nothing that dramatic. But there are at [...]

    5. JustJen "Miss Conduct" on said:

      I really enjoyed this story. Flynn (straight) and Jerry (gay) are special agents paired together to catch a serial killer. These guys are great together. I loved their easy-going banter, both before and after Flynn's telepathic issues come into play, as well as before and after they took things to the next level. I loved how they worked together to deal with and gain control of the powers and how they used them to help with the case. There is a slow build up for these guys - they dont even kiss [...]

    6. Heller on said:

      It needs to be said right out that this book needs a sequel. (view spoiler)[The main serial killer storyline is left up in the air and midway through this story a murder mystery is introduced that gets solved, but I NEED to know what happens with GFT Killer! (hide spoiler)]This was such a different read. The PNR elements were so different but (view spoiler)[ I need more information on the artifact, it was such a mystery (hide spoiler)]Flynn comes to come to San Francisco to do extra work on a se [...]

    7. V on said:

      I loved this story, I really did, the only reason that I didn't rate it 5 stars is because of this:I was so looking forward to read the first sexual scene just to be so disappointed about it, call me a freak if you must but this is the way I see it.Do you know how salty and sweaty you're after a run? let me tell you, very, very salty, you can't even lick your lips because the salt is disgusting.How in Earth an author can write a sex scene when one of the characters just came back from a run all [...]

    8. Gigi on said:

      With so many FANTASTIC books out there ready to be read, I am taking this piece from Susan's reviewis is a true GFY story and ALL the smexy happens off page and is only lightly referred tod passing on this one.

    9. Sheri on said:

      Okay, this has potential but it’s a total cliffy! I wanna know what happens! But do I wanna read another couple hundred pages to do so? I’m not sure? Maybe? I enjoyed the paranormal aspect, it’s like that Mel Gibson movie, “What women want” but with a gay FBI/museum twist! What happened? Why can he hear thoughts? How will this influence his investigative work? And beyond thathis personal relationships? Like his sudden attraction to his partner?! Whoa!It’s slow goinge last 20% was the [...]

    10. Ami on said:

      Special Agent Jerry Parker is known as meticulous and thorough -- he is extremely good in information gathering, his attention to details often helps make a break in a difficult case. However, his personality has given him a reputation for being difficult. It is easy for Jerry to think of others as idiot when they do not pay good attention to details. Jerry is reassigned to help Special Agent John Flynn (from Washington DC bureau) when new development appears on a cold case of serial killer, kno [...]

    11. Simsala on said:

      Funny and touching story.I love men who love cats!I was tempted to give it 5 stars,but the mystery is a bit weak.Many questions were unanswered in this book which is definitely the start of a series - or a sequel at least.And the relationship between the two MC`s just has begun.I really liked the slow build up - no too tight pants and sparking handshakes on the first pages.It must be a pain in the ass to write a story with a mind-reading character.Not easy to avoid "thinking-mistakes" especially [...]

    12. ⚣❣☙ Michaelle ❧❣⚣ on said:

      4.0 StarsA solid mystery and engaging read! Yeah, I put it on the GangBang option shelf because the summary seemed interesting but I didn't expect to like it as much as I did.I think I would have rated it a tiny bit higher if that lengthy, graphic blowjob scene there at the end had led to a detailed description of Flynn's first gay-sex scene (rather than fade-to-black). But stille UST here was off the charts for 90+% of the book and so it wasn't that much of a let down.Hoping for some of that ma [...]

    13. Mandy*reads obsessively* on said:

      I really liked this story, there was a lot going for it, but really, it ended like that?So not fair Ms Madison! I really hope you are working on a sequel right this minute! LOL(view spoiler)[Seriously, I enjoyed this story, the MC's are fun and have some issues that I would love to see explored more and we have two open cases that need to be solved! And what and how will John's new ability develope. (hide spoiler)]A nice easy read that I finished in one sitting! :)

    14. Hannah on said:

      3.5 stars. Rounded up for .This is one of those instances where the overall impression a book leaves behind is greater than the sum of its individual components. Unspeakable Words is a good book, but a far from perfect one. Too many important aspects of the story are left unexplained, a few of the scenes are confusing or oddly structured, and one important aspect of the plot is hastily and clumsily resolved in a couple paragraphs of exposition near the end of the book. But in spite of these prob [...]

    15. Natasha on said:

      Surprisingly enjoyable. 3.5 stars!I can't imagine liking a paranormal book that is a little along the lines of Dr. Doolittle (author's words!), but it was really, really fun. And pretty cute. The romance, that is. The actual mystery very back burner.I've never read anything by Sara Madison, but I must say I really like her writing. Something about it is engaging.Would recommend for a fast, easy little read.

    16. BubblesHunty Honest & Direct Opinions on said:

      I really liked it, would have probably loved it if it was longer and if the two main characters would have gotten together sooner. Nothing is shown of their relationship really of how that would work out. With GFY i guess i expect more of a story after they get together.Hope there is a sequel

    17. Debra on said:

      Review originally posted at Sinfully.The story is told from Jerry’s POV. Jerry is an FBI agent with an eidetic memory, and an almost compulsive need for order and control of his surroundings. He feels he is stalled at work, where his memory skills keep him behind the scenes instead of out in the field. He has created a lonely life for himself that revolves around work with the remainder of his time mostly spent in his apartment with his cat. He has a love of literature and cooking and spends p [...]

    18. Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* on said:

      This was a very amusing, short story. I enjoyed it very much and I'll definitely be reading it again.Jerry Parker is a hard guy to get along with. He's basically a genius dedicated to his job but is so anal he's hard to work with. He's bitter because he's the 'go to' man when people need help but he's always taken off cases before he can finish one. John Flynn is the opposite. He's an adrenaline junkie with an almost perfect case record. He gets the case and he finds the criminal. When they're p [...]

    19. Тамрико on said:

      The story wasn't concentrated on the police work entirely, a big portion of it was devoted to accepting and embracing life changes, not simply coping with them. Loved that.Half a star off for the dirty (not in a good way at all) bj at the end of the book *shrug and shrug again*, and for the ugly cover. Someone, please help Flynn to carry that cross around his neck, and as for Jerry's arm - is there a doctor in the house? The man needs help!d what is it with the frying pans on the covers lately? [...]

    20. Chris on said:

      Excellent paranormal m/m romantic suspense about a very precise San Francisco-based FBI agent who's been shuffled around a lot because he's not easy to deal with. He gets assigned a temporary partner from Quantico because of a new lead in an old case. When his temporary partner ends up sleeping on his couch, his orderly world is disrupted and things start to get interesting. I'm definitely hoping for more books about these two!!

    21. Rafa Brewster on said:

      Reviewed for Just LoveI received an advance review copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.Unspeakable Words was my first book by Sarah Madison and up to a certain point, I thought it was well-written, just perhaps lacking in oomph. Jerry is a very buttoned up and highly detailed-oriented agent who doesn’t get along with his peers, whereas Jerry is the hotshot who was flown back into town to follow up on an unsolved case. The book, which was written in Jerry’s POV was (unsurprisingly) [...]

    22. Christy on said:

      I've always been fascinated by the FBI's profiling department, and, in particular, serial killer cases. I suppose the part that interests me is trying to figure out why they do it versus how. Of course, the more I've studied, the more I've realized that sometimes there is no answer to the why. Since I had been spectacularly impressed with Sarah Madison's work before, I was ready to jump right into this adventure.Special Agent Jerry Parker is detail-oriented, a loner, an excellent researcher, a l [...]

    23. Morgana on said:

      I liked this book. A lot. I only wish some things were made clear. What I mean is that I would like to find out more about the artifact and see the Grimm Fairy Tale case resolved.Well, the ending has a great opening for a sequel, so maybe we will see the Special Agents again. I sure hope so.I loved Jerry and John. Loved the humour and the soundproof booth (those who already read the book know what I mean LOL).All in all, that was a very enjoyable read.

    24. Mandi on said:

      I simply adored this book. The main characters, the plot, the dialogue and chemistryjust loved it all. I'm hoping the author makes this a series because there is just so much more to tell!ETA - reread October 2014. Still loved the book and so happy the author finally published the next!

    25. The Novel Approach Reviews on said:

      3.5 Stars ~ I have enjoyed this author’s work on many occasions and this novel had some great moments in it, but Unspeakable Words also left me rather at a loss primarily because I felt little to no connection to either of the main characters. This happens sometimes, and I feel it is through no fault of the writer; rather, it simply was not a novel that I felt drawn to and so I want to be extra cautious in this review to find the merits of this story, for they were definitely there.FBI agent J [...]

    26. Nadine Bookaholic on said:

      John and Jerry were both likeable and interesting in their own ways. Good start to the series.Full review to follow.

    27. Jenre on said:

      Why I bought the book: It had a lot of good reviews.Plot: FBI agent Jerry is used to being passed around between departments.  His brilliant mind is offset by his lack of people skills and so he isn't too surprised when he gets placed on a murder cold-case.  There's some possible new evidence in this serial killer murder case and so Jerry gets paired with John, who is handsome, charming and straight.  They clash heads for a while, especially because John ends up staying with Jerry, until an a [...]

    28. Ayanna on said:

      O_o check out the cover dude's deformed arm*sigh. How sad. The single arm he DOES have is deformedPost-Read EtA:Godawful cover. Just godawful.Hmm3.5?Aside from the cover, it was actually quite good. The paranormal element was really quite random and, in my opinion, not quite fully capitalized on.(view spoiler)[I'd liked for there to have been some element about how exactly that weird artifact worked/where exactly it came from, maybe even actually bring it back into play somehow. It would have ma [...]

    29. ᴥ Irena ᴥ on said:

      You have one underappreciated FBI agent forced to help another who is his opposite. Jerry's people skills are bad at best. Flynn can charm anyone.They end up together a lot longer than they expected. Add an inconvenient powers Flynn gets from a strange artefact and Jerry has more problems than his attraction to a very beautiful straight guy.There are so many things that aren't resolved that I can't help but wonder if there is a sequel planned. All we know about the artefact is where it came from [...]

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