Tin Man Kindle Á Ebook

Tin Man Kindle Á Ebook
    Tin Man Kindle Á Ebook t trust each other, and there s no way in hell they can both walk away from this alive But with suspicion and mortal danger mounting against both of them and the forbidden attraction blazing between them there s nothing they can do but try."/>
  • ebook
  • 134 pages
  • Tin Man
  • Lisa Henry
  • English
  • 13 May 2019
  • 1626493286

Tin Man[BOOKS] ⚡ Tin Man ✯ Lisa Henry – Essayreview.co.uk Petty thief Ashoka Ace King knows better than to get in the way of Tophet s Anti Terrorist Unit Rightfully feared in Tophet s crime ridden underbelly, a face to face encounter with an ATU is almost ce Petty thief Ashoka Ace King knows better than to get in the way of Tophet s Anti Terrorist Unit Rightfully feared in Tophet s crime ridden underbelly, a face to face encounter with an ATU is almost certainly a death sentence But Ace has never been one to follow the rulesSoren Lau might be an ATU rookie, but he s not naive enough to believe everything his superiors tell him Then again, he s not stupid enough to disobey them, either If he doesn t shoot and kill as ordered, he might be next on their listBut when Soren meets Ace, a moment s hesitation is all it takes to put both their lives on the line They don t know each other, they don t trust each other, and there s no way in hell they can both walk away from this alive But with suspicion and mortal danger mounting against both of them and the forbidden attraction blazing between them there s nothing they can do but try.


About the Author: Lisa Henry

I like to tell stories Mostly with hot guys and happily ever afters They gotta work for it though No free lunches on my watch.


10 thoughts on “Tin Man

  1. says:

    Judge Dredd is a sweet bottom into possessive dirty talkA vignette that complements Bliss rather well, although this story does stand alone Henry and Belleau s dystopia is only an eyelid s thickness away from current reality Ace and Soren have extensive backstories, which makes thepeace reckless hope they find in each other all thedeserved.Hot, slightly hurty sex with a little breath play thank you very much, ladies.Hey, disclaimer I m friends with Lisa, but I like to think I Judge Dredd is a sweet bottom into possessive dirty talkA vignette that complements Bliss rather well, although this story does stand alone Henry and Belleau s dystopia is only an eyelid s thickness away from current reality Ace and Soren have extensive backstories, which makes thepeace reckless hope they find in each other all thedeserved.Hot, slightly hurty sex with a little breath play thank you very much, ladies.Hey, disclaimer I m friends with Lisa, but I like to think I m still objective about her work Except her TW fanfiction There s no objectivity there Objectivity got locked in a box, and I put that box inside another box, and then I posted it to Aucanquilcha and had it dropped down a fumerole July 20th pouts, stares at calender

  2. says:

    3 StArS Ashoka Ace King a petty thief crosses paths with one of the Tophet s Anti Terrorist Unit Rookie s Soren Lau Soren s job is to shoot and kill as ordered, from he s command unit.Ace and Soren s encounter leads to grabbling, plenty of hot sexual tension, lines crossed.both in danger..leading them both on the run.Overall not a bad read, I m not usually a sci fi girlbut I couldn t resist as Lisa Henry wrote it As always she draws you in, with her great character building,3 StArS Ashoka Ace King a petty thief crosses paths with one of the Tophet s Anti Terrorist Unit Rookie s Soren Lau Soren s job is to shoot and kill as ordered, from he s command unit.Ace and Soren s encounter leads to grabbling, plenty of hot sexual tension, lines crossed.both in danger..leading them both on the run.Overall not a bad read, I m not usually a sci fi girlbut I couldn t resist as Lisa Henry wrote it As always she draws you in, with her great character building, and good plot ARC kindly provided by Netgalley Riptide in exchange for honest review.

  3. says:

    Tin Man is a novella set in the Bliss universe Violence, sex, and, well,violence really But coming out the other side, there s a hopeful ending Any questions, ask away

  4. says:

    ARC, kindly provided by NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review Many Thanks

  5. says:

    Despite a strong beginning, Tin Man ended up being very meh.This novella is set in Tophet, a crime ridden city ruled by a tyrannical government, which arbitrarily executes its citizens for a number of different crimes This includes being homeless and unemployed, taking part in labour union protests, and being homosexual This is where we meet Ace, a petty thief who scrapes by, and Soren, a member of Tophet s Anti Terrorism Unit, a security force that spendstime executing innocent civili Despite a strong beginning, Tin Man ended up being very meh.This novella is set in Tophet, a crime ridden city ruled by a tyrannical government, which arbitrarily executes its citizens for a number of different crimes This includes being homeless and unemployed, taking part in labour union protests, and being homosexual This is where we meet Ace, a petty thief who scrapes by, and Soren, a member of Tophet s Anti Terrorism Unit, a security force that spendstime executing innocent civilians than it does catching terrorists When the two meet, they begin a game of cat and mouse, seeking out and evading one another, while also trying to stay clear of both the government and the criminal underground.My main issue with this book is that I just didn t understand why Soren and Ace were together, and what exactly made them repeatedly risk their necks to spend some time together I wouldn t necessarily call it insta love, but it s close enough There isn t any build up to their relationship Their jump from enemies to forever and ever happens very quickly I didn t buy it In the preceding book, Bliss, the relationship development is also very shaky, but it could have been explained away by the effects of either Stockholm syndrome or the chip implantation In this case, there was nothing skeevy to explain why the two MCs fall for each other so quickly That being said, the suspense was very well written Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau have a knack for dystopic world building There s an underlying feeling of danger throughout the story that kept me wondering when it would all come crashing down And when it finally does come crashing down, it was from a completely different angle which I didn t see coming at all Also, the sex was hawt There was dirty talk and a submission kink, and bit of breathplay too Fun stuff.Overall, Tin Man was just okay The romance wasn t believable for me, and was very rushed But there was good worldbuilding and an entertaining dystopia setting Review copy provided through NetGalley.

  6. says:

    ARC of Tin Man provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review This review has been cross posted at Reviews by Jessewave.4.3 StarsTin Man is the second book in the Bliss universe In Bliss, we re painted a vivid picture of a very Stepford type community Clean air, no crime, everybody s happy, etc Of course, none of that was really true, it was mostly propaganda and some very sinister acts on the part of members of the government.In Tin Man, we re given the story of ARC of Tin Man provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review This review has been cross posted at Reviews by Jessewave.4.3 StarsTin Man is the second book in the Bliss universe In Bliss, we re painted a vivid picture of a very Stepford type community Clean air, no crime, everybody s happy, etc Of course, none of that was really true, it was mostly propaganda and some very sinister acts on the part of members of the government.In Tin Man, we re given the story of Tophet, Beulah s trashy neighbor Here, there is, indeed crime and poverty, and something very like Marshall Law has been instituted And, of course, like Beulah, we have a government run amok They are labeling their homeless as terrorists and having their Anti Terrorist Unit ATU kill them in the streets Lovely place, that.Soren is a young recruit He was conscripted into the ATU, which he was initially happy about because it gave him some job security and a chance to do good He didn t know that the ATU was being used to get rid of general undesirables and since he started to figure that out, he feels a tremendous amount of guilt What choice does he have, though If he gets labeled a subversive, then it puts his whole family in jeopardy And Soren has secrets, too He is gay, with a streak of a humiliation kink The gay is a crime punishable by death Ace is a petty thief He s been on the streets about 10 years, or so, since his father was imprisoned for trying to create a union at his job Ace gets by He s not violent and really only wants to survive it all Everyone knows the ATU are killing the undesirables in the city and Ace just wants to avoid them That chance encounter with Soren is not what he needs to stay below the radar But what s done is done Now they just have to get through it.One night, while out on patrol, Soren encounters Ace and, when given the kill order, he hesitates and ends up chasing Ace through an abandoned and crumbling building That hesitation puts Soren on a path he didn t think he d find himself on and he s faced with seeing the people his government has labeled terrorists as people Ace also sees that not all ATU soldiers are killing machines Seeing each other as people , though, is a dangerous proposition and one wrong move could end in death for one or both of them.For such a short book, I felt a decent amount of world building was done And you don t have to read Bliss first, though that will give you a broader picture of what can happen when a government takes too much control Paint a bright and shiny picture or a dark and dirty one, the people are not free Tin Man was not a long enough of a story to get an HEA, and I wouldn t have likely believed it if we were given it We do get a strong HFN, however, which I very much liked

  7. says:

    Review Now Available Scattered Thoughts Rogue Words Ughhhh I need this So badly.I m on pins and needles waiting for my review copy Review Now Available Scattered Thoughts Rogue Words Ughhhh I need this So badly.I m on pins and needles waiting for my review copy

  8. says:

    I am treating this book as a stand alone as I haven t read the other book in the Bliss series image error The first thing that drew me to Tin Man was the striking cover, which stands out among the other MM books and isn t the typical science fiction dystopia cover one would expect either.Tin Man is a gripping gritty tale of life in Tophet, a place where anyone can be deemed a terrorist and no one is above suspicion The punishment is harsh, swift and requires no justification It is carried out I am treating this book as a stand alone as I haven t read the other book in the Bliss series image error The first thing that drew me to Tin Man was the striking cover, which stands out among the other MM books and isn t the typical science fiction dystopia cover one would expect either.Tin Man is a gripping gritty tale of life in Tophet, a place where anyone can be deemed a terrorist and no one is above suspicion The punishment is harsh, swift and requires no justification It is carried out ruthlessly and without question.Ashoka Ace King is a small time criminal, forced to steal and sell himself so as not to die of hunger Although acutely aware of the injustice and misery surrounding him, Ace tries to steer clear of trouble, especially the infamous Anti Terrorist Unit which has claimed the lives of his friends That is until he encounters, and is held at gunpoint, by a mindless larger than life Robocop figure determined to end his miserable existence by putting a bullet right through his skull But the ATU soldier he encounters is a rookie agent, a naive kid with the face of an angel He hesitates despite a clear order to shoot Ace, which sets events in motion.In Tophet no one is safe, there are no good guys and sworn enemies may find themselves on the same side of the barricade, questioning the world surrounding them.This was a thoroughly enjoyable read and, as with most interesting novellas, I can only regret that there s a limit amount of pages filled with the adventures of the MC s and hope that Soren and Ace s story will be expanded upon in further books in the Bliss series This may be a tale about the abuse of power and the breakdown of a society, but it is also a lust story about two very different men who find themselves not only thrust together through circumstances, but also drawn together by somethingbasic and reliant on one another for their very survival ARC of Tin Man provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

  9. says:

    Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance 4.25 Stars What to say about Tin Man How about Omg The book just ended I mean Yeah, it was kind of a happily for now ending depending on your definition of happy , but there is so muchstory there I needof the story Okay, now that I have the exclamation points out of the way, we can talkrationally.What we do get of the story is good, dark and gritty with lots of moral ambiguity All lines are grey and it s pretty clear the g Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance 4.25 Stars What to say about Tin Man How about Omg The book just ended I mean Yeah, it was kind of a happily for now ending depending on your definition of happy , but there is so muchstory there I needof the story Okay, now that I have the exclamation points out of the way, we can talkrationally.What we do get of the story is good, dark and gritty with lots of moral ambiguity All lines are grey and it s pretty clear the government is not one of the good guys Ace is just scraping by and Soren is starting to question the truths that he knows when they meet I loved the chemistry between the two I enjoyed the world and the world building This is the first book I ve read in this universe and I definitely want to read .It would have been a 5 star read except that it ended too soon There just wasn t enough there for me to be satisfied The writing was great though, easy to read and I was captivated by the story Please, please, pretty please write a sequel to Ace and Soren s story ladies

  10. says:

    Tin Man by Lisa Henry and Heidi BelleauThe Bliss series is a must read for fans of sci fi and dystopian stories The characters are so intense, and their chemistry can be felt emanating off the Kindle It s the complete opposite of Bliss, and if you haven t read this series you need to pick it up Head over to the HEA blog for a Q A with Lisa and Heidi likeWhy is Soren so drawn to Ace Lisa and Heidi Ace is Soren s tipping point I don t know if who he is as an individual even matters at lea Tin Man by Lisa Henry and Heidi BelleauThe Bliss series is a must read for fans of sci fi and dystopian stories The characters are so intense, and their chemistry can be felt emanating off the Kindle It s the complete opposite of Bliss, and if you haven t read this series you need to pick it up Head over to the HEA blog for a QA with Lisa and Heidi likeWhy is Soren so drawn to Ace Lisa and Heidi Ace is Soren s tipping point I don t know if who he is as an individual even matters at least at the beginning so much as the moment in time he represents The moment when Soren suddenly stops unquestioningly obeying orders He doesn t even know Ace s name when they first encounter each other, and Ace should be nothing to him but a law resisting, filthy mouthed crim, but Soren sees him sacrifice himself for another man, and when the order from ATU command comes in to execute him, Soren hesitates Doesn t refuse, doesn t take a stand, nothing that drastic, but he falters, and for the very first time, he thinks for himself, lets some part of himself other than fear and insecurity rule him.and

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