Buried Bones

Buried Bones Werewolves don t have a how to manual nor do men embarking on a new life together It s been a few weeks since Dylan Warner wolfed out and killed Andy the crazed werewolf who originally turned him and

  • Title: Buried Bones
  • Author: Kim Fielding
  • ISBN: 9781623807115
  • Page: 169
  • Format: ebook
  • Werewolves don t have a how to manual nor do men embarking on a new life together It s been a few weeks since Dylan Warner wolfed out and killed Andy, the crazed werewolf who originally turned him and later tried to murder Chris Nock Architect Dylan and handyman Chris are still refurbishing Dylan s old house as they work out the structure of their relationship They comeWerewolves don t have a how to manual nor do men embarking on a new life together It s been a few weeks since Dylan Warner wolfed out and killed Andy, the crazed werewolf who originally turned him and later tried to murder Chris Nock Architect Dylan and handyman Chris are still refurbishing Dylan s old house as they work out the structure of their relationship They come from very different backgrounds, and neither has had a long term lover before, so negotiating their connections would be challenge enough even if Dylan didn t turn into a beast once a month To make matters worse, Dylan s house is haunted, and events from both men s pasts are catching up with them Dylan has to cope with the aftermath of killing Andy, and Chris continues to suffer the effects of a difficult childhood In his quest to get rid of the ghost, Dylan rekindles old friendships and faces new dangers At the same time, Chris s father makes a sudden reappearance, stirring up old emotions If Dylan and Chris want to build a lasting relationship, they ll have to meet these challenges head on.

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    1. 4.75A very satisfying sequel to Good Bones. I wanted to know what was next for these men and this story more than answered the questions that I had. Chris and Dylan are still working to renovate Dylan's old house and I'm really glad this story didn't jump past this because I love to see them working on and fixing the place together. There's a paranormal twist here as a ghost starts haunting them and the men try to understand how to lay the spirit to rest. This leads to Dylan contacting an old fr [...]

    2. This is a sequel to Good Bones. Truthfully, I didn't remember anything from first book that was left unanswered, so at first I did wonder if sequel was necessary. However, after I finished reading, I found this book to be a good addition to give readers more time with Dylan and Chris.I enjoyed reading how Dylan and Chris working together; they were pretty romantic (without being too mushy) and really good together. I loved how the conflict here wasn't about trust or miscommunication or the usual [...]

    3. I loved this more Than the first one, I'm so excited I have another to move onto to.

    4. 3.5 stars This was pretty good, though I much preferred the first book. This story wasn't as focused. It was sort of a long epilogue. I think the author wanted to visit again with the characters but didn't really have much of a story to tell. The ending was too mushy and neatly wrapped up for my taste.

    5. 4.25 starsThis book offered much-needed closure to Dylan and Chris's story. There was a paranormal twist, as the guys discover that the large house is haunted. Who's haunting it and why is something they slowly figure out with the help of a psychic grandma who's not ruffled by a thing. The grandma was an awesome secondary character, as was her grandson Ery, Dylan's friend and the MC of book 3. It also turns out the Dylan is, unfortunately, not quite the lone wolf he thought he was. Ugly pack ten [...]

    6. 4.5 StarsIn book 2, Dylan and Chris are forging a life together. They are working diligently on refurbishing Dylan's house and feeling their way on their newly formed relationship. The latter will take some serious work. Each must confront and overcome some insecurities, including their differing backgrounds. To top it all off, they have an unwanted ghost interrupting their daily routine. As Chris battles his own ghosts from his past, he and Dylan must once again withstand a number of challenges [...]

    7. Great to visit this couple again. Very romantic relationship and great sex scenes. The 'haunting' plot is a little less interesting but I've never liked ghosts in my romance novels. And Chris's sudden ability at the end didn't feel real. But on the whole a very satisfying read.

    8. Buried Bones is book 2 in Author Kim Fielding's "Bones" series and in this story we have a return of the MC from book one - Dylan and Chris. Now though, we get to add a component to the story that often isn't written about (or maybe it's that I don't often read about them) a Ghost! Chris and Dylan are still remodeling the old farmhouse and settling into their relationship when stuff starts happening. First, pay attention because there is foreshadowing from book one that comes into play here if y [...]

    9. It was great to revisit Dylan and Chris, as well as the continued renovation of the house:-). Despite not having that same electricity that the "getting-together" 1st book always have, it was a a very comfortable and enjoyable story. Sometimes I felt it could have been cut down a bit, I don't really need every single details about what computer bag Dylan might or might not buy, even though it added to the everyday-feeling of their relationship. It was also really nice to get Chris's POV, and to [...]

    10. Ok I just gushed all over in my review of Good Bones, so I will keep this short and less gushy. (well I will try). Buried Bones is a wonderful sequel, I started this the moment I was done with the first one. This one picks up right where the other one ended, thank god! No missing time or detail, just right where I left my guys. This time the paranormal part is front and center, and in this book the guys are dealing with a ghost in their house. Dylan and Chris try to figure out how to get rid of [...]

    11. I five-starred the first book, but this one didn't resonate in the same way. I'm not crazy about ghost stories, and it didn't really hold my attention. Still, I like Kim Fielding's writing a lot. It was nice to spend more time with this couple.

    12. I just read Good Bones a few days ago, and I just had to continue Dylan and Chris’s story in Buried Bones…Buried Bones starts off a few weeks after Good Bones, Dylan and Chris are still working on Dylan’s house together…and still working on their relationship.  Both men still have so many silly insecurities but they are adorable and smexy together, so I forgive them.  During one of their smexy times, on the kitchen floor :), Dylan thinks he sees a ghost in his house, kicking off the ha [...]

    13. Dylan and Chris are so sweet together. Another great book! I'm so behind that I wish I could write a much better review. I will just sayad this book (read Good Bones first) and you won't be disappointed! It's seriously really great!

    14. Buried Bones was a perfect follow up to Good Bones. While Good Bones ended with Dylan and Chris deciding to give coupledom a go, there wasn't really enough time for an HEA. Buried Bones gives them their HEA, but not before making them run the gauntlet a little bit.Dylan and Chris are in love and figuring out their new life together when they discover that Dylan's new house is haunted. And when the ghost interrupts them having sex, Dylan doesn’t want to have sex at the house again until the iss [...]

    15. 4.5 StarsThis is the sequel to “Good Bones”. The two books really must be read in order to fully appreciate the characters and their relationship arc.This book takes place roughly one month after the end of Good Bones. Dylan and Chris are slowly, yet steadily, finding their way through new relationship territory. I love these two incredibly likeable guys! They have such an easy, flirty, loving way with each other – it’s just as fun and enjoyable to read about them doing mundane things li [...]

    16. Ahh, Dylan and Chris get their HEA, and I might be a little teary-eyed right now. God, these two are so great together! Loved the book, it was a great sequel to the first book; it did not disappoint after an amazing first book.The reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because I felt like it was a little bit too long and the ghost plot kind of dragged on at some points a few things could of been left out, which would've made the book, for me, that much better. But honestly that was a pretty minor d [...]

    17. When I enjoy a book, there’s nothing better than a great sequel. Buried Bones is an extension of the first story in the series, Good Bones. Dylan and Chris are together from the first page and they grow stronger and tighter as the pages fly by. Which makes this a clear follow-up and not a stand-alone. They are an unlikely couple for many reasons but Dylan’s alter ego is the most challenging hurdle they must overcome. Once a month Dylan lets his wild side free and he’s terrified of not bein [...]

    18. Great sequel to Good Bones!Dylan and Chris are fantastic together and I loved getting more of Chris's POV in this story. There were troubles and difficulties to overcome here, a ghost in the house, the past that didn't want to stay buried, and a pack of werewolves that wasn't all nostalgic about their human side, but none of these problems were based on stupid misunderstandings between Dylan and Chris (which is a big pet peeve of mine), in fact their relationship was what made the overcoming par [...]

    19. Die Geschichte schließt zeitlich direkt an den ersten Band an und ist perfekt für einen gemütlichen Lesenachmittag geeignet.Dylan & Chris sind immer noch am Haus renovieren und müssen sich nebenbei mit den Details ihrer Beziehungsfindung, einem ruhelosen Geist, alten Freunden und einem überraschend wieder auftauchenden Familienmitglied herumschlagen. Das Ganze ist in einer guten Story zusammengepackt, die wieder mit viel Liebe zum Detail daherkommt, vor allem was die umliegende Natur un [...]

    20. I really, really enjoyed the first book (I was actually surprised by how much I enjoyed it)d I enjoyed spending time with Chris, Dylan, and company again in this second book. I will happy read a third if one comes out.

    21. Just like its prequel, this book has been an interesting and enjoyable shifter story. It was nice to see how the protagonists consolidated their relationship, becoming closer emotionally and dealing together with the myriad of problematic issues.

    22. 3.5 stars.First of all, I absolutely don't picture the main characters to look anything like the cover illustration. On the cover, Dylan looks like a 15 year old twink and Chris looks like Eliott from Leverage. Anyway.This installment didn't have as dramatic highs and lows as the first book. The climax wasn't quite as exciting and the stakes didn't feel as dire. It was still enjoyable, however.One thing I noticed is a few British-isms here and there, like "Bully for you" and something else I can [...]

    23. I really enjoyed this. I was glad for a continuation of Chris and Dylan's story, because I felt like there was more for them to work out to get to their HEA. I liked the mystery of the ghost, though it was pretty obvious who the ghost was. I listened to the audio book and John Solo did a nice job with the narration.

    24. I liked it! I was a bit hazy on the details from the previous book, like the stuff about Chris's family, but I was able to keep up. I'll read them both again when I have time, definitely!

    25. I really enjoyed Good Bones and had no idea a sequel was in the works so I was pleasantly surprised when I found out about this book. It picks up where the last story left off, following the relationship between neighbors Chris and Dylan. The feel stays very true to the first book, though the men have new challenges to face.Chris has come to terms very well with finding out Dylan is a werewolf and accepts his lover as he is. Dylan has concerns about Chris' safety around him in his other form, bu [...]

    26. This is an incredible sequel to Kim Fielding's 'Good Bones'. As much as I enjoyed the first book, 'Buried Bones' hooked me straight from the beginning and gave me what I realized I'd been missing from Dylan and Chris's first book. Angst and drama. I do love it and I kind of thrive on it. Okay, not in some weird sociopathic or psychopathic sense, but I love working through the pain and the issues to find and help heal the root cause. The author touched a little on Chris's background in 'Good Bone [...]

    27. Dylan Warner Chris Nock Read May 2013 | 4 starsRead Mar 2017Really enjoyed first book Good Bones, so was pleased that there would be sequel. It didn't disappoint. It was a really good book, loved revisiting Chris and Dylan.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Book synopsis: Werewolves don’t have a how-to manual—nor do men embarking on a new life together. It’s been a few weeks since Dylan Warner wolfed out and killed Andy, the crazed werewolf who originally turned him and later tried to murder Chris Nock. [...]

    28. 4.5*Good Bones (#1) was definitely my favourite story, followed by Buried Bones (#2). Both books centre around Dylan and Chris and their developing romance. What makes the stories fabulous is that Dylan is a werewolf and the pair have to deal with issues relating to that in both these books. There’s drama, suspense, humour, and some lovely hot scenes between the two of them. And what’s more, #1 is available as an audiobook and is superbly narrated by Nick J Russo. I’ll certainly snap up #2 [...]

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