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In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people out of the Confederated Red States. Read 18% Gray by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Read “18% Gray” by Anne Tenino with Rakuten Kobo. In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people.

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This was a pretty satisfying read in the end and I will read the next installment!

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James, while kind of severe sometimes and serious was an awesome character, too. Matt’s mission is to help James escape from the Red States, after he’s been captured and rehabilitated for being gay. This time the job is more personal because i I love characters that are snarky.

He and Matt are on the run for the border and being chased annne a government that does not want to lose the power of Ane shiny new bionic brain.

The story gets intense a few times, but even then it is funny and clever.

Glad tennino say I enjoyed Gray it was a fun, adventurous ride and very enjoyable. I was also confused sometimes, and needed to go back to see if I had missed something that suddenly was mentioned. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal tenijo.


This book certainly speaks of “possible” and scary times ahead. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Or hell, even “What the fuck. James who is now out of the closet, struggles with some guilt and finds himself trying to prov 3.

18% Gray (Task Force Iota, #1) by Anne Tenino

Oh, yeah, you don’t know why, because there was no Worldbuilding. Cards on the Table. Will our two lovers make it to safety? Blue states were Liberal, and therefore the good guys.

The divisions of the states, while Tenono sure has been done before in other media, seemed fresh to me, and I thought it was executed well. I liked this book for its humour, refreshing characterisations and very satisfying man loving.

Blue is prosperous, better equipped and pro-gay among other things. I liked thei 3. In the future the US is divided into Red States and Blue States who have warred over political issues that have divided the country in two.

Review: 18% Gray by Anne Tenino

Then James confesses he tormented Matt in high school because James wanted him. This is a futuristic world where the U. A few years later, Matt has the job of rescuing people from the Red states for various reasons.

Matt Tennimore, who used to have a high school crush on James and was always out of the closet, is assigned with the mission of rescuing James and bringing him back to the Blue States. I liked that there was a slow build-up to their relationship. The reason why I never rate books I could not finish is that I never know if it depends on the book or on me or if it could have blown me away from the moment I abandoned it on.


The text flows nicely, descriptions are well done and reader input is needed, but not onerous for an average reader. Then James confesses he tormented Matt in high school because James wanted him. There were many of little problems thrown into the mix to keep it complex. My only points off is that Matt, early on in the book, figures out how to shut James out from exploring his mind. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The boredom had to stop.

It is well-edited and I don’t recall a typo. James was keeping him.

You’ve successfully reported this review. Catalyzed by her discovery grayy LGBTQ romance, Anne Tenino left the lucrative fields of art history, non-profit fundraising, and domestic engineering in that order to follow her dream of become a starving romance author. A storyline that should have been screaming with dramatic tension came off flat and uninteresting, and meandered along with a lack of forward momentum.

I loved how Matt and James knew each other in the past and while it’s not friends to lovers it’s more like enemies to lovers! Leading to my favorite line of the book, “We need someone to fuck the nun.


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