Flux

Flux Glass is fascinating along with the century old process of making high tech glass in an old Pittsburgh factory Eli Winkler new on the job in quality control finds the learning steep Worse someone

  • Title: Flux
  • Author: Kate Pavelle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Glass is fascinating, along with the century old process of making high tech glass in an old Pittsburgh factory Eli Winkler, new on the job in quality control, finds the learning steep Worse, someone tries to chase him out of the ancient and territorial institution Bo Bartowski, a line production glass gatherer, masters a sweaty job with the hands on experience Eli needGlass is fascinating, along with the century old process of making high tech glass in an old Pittsburgh factory Eli Winkler, new on the job in quality control, finds the learning steep Worse, someone tries to chase him out of the ancient and territorial institution Bo Bartowski, a line production glass gatherer, masters a sweaty job with the hands on experience Eli needs He sells himself short, lacking the book learning that Eli has, but when a corrupt element threatens to do away with Eli, the two make a seamless team Who s hurting Bo s glass, and who s trying to chase Eli off As blood flows and body count mounts, Eli and Bo have a chance of a lifetime Love larger than life, loyalty that breaks rules, devotion that overcomes all who get in their way FLUX a stand alone gay romance crime adventure with a happy ending.

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    About “Kate Pavelle

    • Kate Pavelle

      Kate Pavelle learned to use a gas mask in first grade, fired her first VZ50 in her sixth grade civil defense class and her dog was a wolf hybrid stolen from the Czechoslovak border guard Her eccentric father blew out the windows of their house with a stun grenade Her high stakes childhood leaves Kate searching for the next exciting thing martial arts, horses, toxic mushrooms Her quests resonates through her suspense, thrillers and romances Kate once knew the hunger of being a political refugee and the terror of being pursued by government agents She imbues her characters with her own struggle for survival, excellence, and world domination.Only the dead bodies are imaginary.

    407 thoughts on “Flux

    • I was given a copy of this book free by the author in exchange for an unbiased review.This was an interesting book based in a glass factory and focusing on the romance between Eli and Bo.Eli is a white shirt in the factory and Bo considers him out of his league as he is hourly paid.One Friday night Bo is playing with his band in a local gay club and Eli comes in with his sometimes play buddies. During the evening Eli is fed ecstasy laced with viagra. He gets into difficulty whilst playing with h [...]


    • I voluntarily received this book from the author through the GoodReads M/M Romance group's, Don't Buy Me Love program to read and write this fair and honest review. I looked forward to reading this book because I was intrigued by the fact that the main characters work in a traditional glass factory.Unfortunately, I must say that from the very beginning I was disappointed in the errors that should have been caught by an editor and a proofreader. Sadly, I was continually distracted from the story [...]


    • “Beauty is our weapon against nature; by it we make objects, giving them limit, symmetry, proportion. Beauty halts and freezes the melting flux of nature.” ~ Camille PagliaBo Bartowski, of 'Flux' by Kate Pavelle, thinks that Eli Winkler, the new office guy at work, is a dork who asks too many questions and never shuts up. It's not until Bo rescues Eli from a precarious predicament in a gay bar that Bo realizes there is a lot more to Eli than meets the eye.Against his better judgement, Bo bri [...]


    • *I received this book for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review via the DBML program.*Rating 3.5As a disclosure I really do like this author. She has real talent. I believe with time and more experience she will be cranking out some killer books. She already has a few I adore. However this really wasn't one of them. It's a sweet story that obviously has Kate's love and devotion plastered all over it. The amount of research and development that went into this story must be staggering [...]


    • *A copy of this book was provided for free by the author in exchange for an honest review.*I really loved this. I really liked Bo and I liked Eli, though not as much. But I loved them together. They were just really sweet and adorable. I think the plot is too busy. There's A LOT going on. Bo is a glass worker but also a musician! Eli is science guy but also a dancer! There's rape! There's murder! There's embezzlement! It's just like PICK ONE! I didn't really like how the after math of the rape w [...]


    • This book was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review.This book is about two individuals that at first look may seem very different. One Eli, is college educated and traveled the other, Bo, a man who started working in the glass business young and who also plays in a band. They meet when Eli starts working at the glass business Bo is working at. Eli is hired to find the problem with one of the pots that keeps turning out inferior product. Eli and Bo come in contact outside work at [...]


    • Flux is defined, in part, as a state of continuous change. How appropriate for this story. Eli with all the college education one could want, world traveled, and not a lot of street sense. Bo, highly skilled, highly talented, no college education, but plenty street sense. Enter the problem. These two men are so attracted to each other and each has a laundry list of reasons why he is not good enough. Fate has other plans as industrial sabotage throws these two men together in a way that could cos [...]


    • I really had my doubts about the setting of this book because I was afraid things would get really technical. Instead I was drawn into the glassmaking process and why it appealed to the characters. What really got me, though, was the romance between the two characters. They were all-caps ADORABLE. What might have been just a standard "big blue collar guy meets smaller, white collar geek" instead was a story that showed the nuances of each character.There were several really funny moments in this [...]


    • I received this through instafreebies.I love the setting, storyline and the romance that developed between the two main characters. The mystery was threaded throughout. The author went into great detail about the making of glass and intricacies of the industry. The only thing that would have aided in my understanding would have been a diagram of the factory! I'll definitely be reading more by Ms. Pavelle.


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