All about Amor en Retrogrado by A. M. Riley. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Amor En Retrogrado By A.M. Riley – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. In the year since JD Ryan, Robert Lemos’s life partner, packed his bags and moved out, Robert has been in a painful daze, anesthetizing.

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Not even because the characters were vividly portrayed and unique individuals so unlike other characters in modern writing. Sep 27, Al rated it it was amazing.

However focused on the emotional rollercoaster of Robert and JD, the story also includes a highly detailed history of Los Angeles and its particulars.

Who Reads These Books?! It may be a second chance for the two old lovers, but the reason of the break up is still there. However, my excitement retrograded steadily and by the end of the book I felt totally drained and incredibly annoyed which led me to my decision to not read the next installment immediately.

It’s a clean slate in a way, a new beginning that allows for their relationship to start again without all the baggage.

For LGBT books and other media. I felt butterflies in my stomach every time Roberto called JD mi amor. I am glad to have found another author to follow in this, my favorite genre. JD turns out to have amnesia, and doesn’t remember that they split up. A closeted cop trying to hide his feelings, and his lover that clearly wants to express his is always a good combo for me.


Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The romance between Robert and JD, told in present day and flashbacks, was captivating. The vivid backdrop of LA police and gang violence was certainly very intriguing, but ultimately it was the love story of Robert and JD which had my stomach in knots. As JD slowly regains his memories, he recalls everything except the circumstances of the murder, and the reasons why he left Robert.

Amor En Retrogrado

He did not cheat on Robert. Sounds, a Torquere Collection — review. Again, the characterization and the depiction of the characters’ relationships were better than the plot but then again these are so good that my minor quibbles about the plot really don’t matter. View all 4 comments. Riley tells rileh in flashbacks encompassing 15 years how JD and Robert first fell in love with each other, their initial romance, their tempestuous obsessive relationship, their love for each other enn how ultimately, their relationship is eroded and destroyed by distrust and co-dependency.

Riley is a film editor and amateur poet living in Los Angeles, California.

Book Review – Amor en Retrogrado by A.M. Riley | Who Reads These Books?! Ummm – me?

The emotional rollercoaster, jealousy, misunderstandings, all this made it zmor for me not to love this book. You get to see some good moments, and the bad.


I’m not ripey to admit that I had the wrong person picked out for the crime, which is always a good thing. This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: First half of the story, I loathed JD and his childish spoiled attitude.

Contemporary Gay Romance Publisher: JD is in critical condition and the man who was with him is dead.

IMO, both are in extreme need of some therapy, as a couple and individually. This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Learning how their relationship fell apart, was brutal to read.

Amor En Retrogrado – A.M. Riley – Google Books

amlr Robert rushes to JD’s bedside to find him recovering from the gunshot wound but suffering from retrograde amnesia. I just finished it, and in order to find it on GR, I had to open Kindle again and look.

Christopher slid his phone shut and smiled. Mid-January rains sluiced smog from the air over downtown Los Angeles, brought oil up from the well-baked asphalt, and contributed to several nasty accidents on the principal freeways. But I forgave him.

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