Kissing Sherlock Holmes

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    Kissing Sherlock Holmes PDF/EPUB Ü Kissing Sherlock the announcement of Holmes upcoming marriage sets an odd fear in his heartAmidst the beauty of an English country party, the greatest detective the world has ever known searches for a traitor Somewhere among the glittering nobility a sadist lurks, using blackmail to destroy lives and endanger a nationOnly Sherlock Holmes can save an innocent man and bring the traitor to justice It s a search that could cement the greatest friendship of all time into something far deeper and strongerif the hunt doesn t end Watson s life first."/>
  • Paperback
  • 246
  • Kissing Sherlock Holmes
  • T.D. McKinney
  • English
  • 01 March 2019
  • 161124949X

About the Author: T.D. McKinney

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10 thoughts on “Kissing Sherlock Holmes

  1. Spoonkick says:

    This book greatly impressed me A friend bought it and had it uploaded to my kindle as a joke, because he knows that the idea of Sherlock and Watson together in a romantic sense squicks me in ways that possibly boggle the mind However, I figured that if my friend had spend six dollars on a joke the least I could do was read the first chapter.Then the next thing I knew is that I had reached my train stop and was just starting chapter three.I wasn t at all exaggerating when I say I hate the idea This book greatly impressed me A friend bought it and had it uploaded to my kindle as a joke, because he knows that the idea of Sherlock and Watson together in a romantic sense squicks me in ways that possibly boggle the mind However, I figured that if my friend had spend six dollars on a joke the least I could do was read the first chapter.Then the next thing I knew is that I had reached my train stop and was just starting chapter three.I wasn t at all exaggerating when I say I hate the idea of Holmes and Watson being together, but if that s the case then how could I like this book at all Simple, T D McKinneyand Terry Wylis understand Sherlock Holmes and Watson When reading Watson sounds like Watson, which I have occasionally noticed to be my biggest critique of Sherlock Holmes books written by authors other than Doyle, and Sherlock Holmes sounds like Sherlock Holmes Perhaps the reason them being together in this book doesn t bother me is because it takes place long after Holmes return and thus Mary is not a point of discussion at all, and that s certainly part of it, but I think ithas to do with how the authors characterize the love between Holmes and Watson.In Kissing Sherlock Holmes, Holmes and Watson are not lusting youths They are grown men that a great love has fostered between as a result of long years of friendship and trust I have always thought of Sherlock Holmes as an asexual He shows no preference of women nor men and neither does he show desire of any sort of romantic or sexual interaction, and I feel in many ways that the Sherlock Holmes in this book expresses the same distance from sex This relationship he has with Watson does not stem from a desire of sexual interaction but rather from the desire to bring his already substantial appreciation and love or his best friend one step further Regardless of my views of Sherlock Holmes sexuality I would strongly recommend this book The case is intriguing, the characters are delightfully written, and the love scenes are steamy while still being written with the same level of class Dr John Watson always presents in his novels

  2. Cherie says:

    It happened again I was sucked in by a title I was lulled into reading a story by the book write up It sounded interesting For my ABC Challenge, I needed a title that started with K to substitute for another that I found I could not read after discovering it was a 5th in a series and I had not read the 4th, and I did not understand what was going on after I started I looked at the other book titles on my TBR list and picked this one I got online, purchased it, opened my Nook and started re It happened again I was sucked in by a title I was lulled into reading a story by the book write up It sounded interesting For my ABC Challenge, I needed a title that started with K to substitute for another that I found I could not read after discovering it was a 5th in a series and I had not read the 4th, and I did not understand what was going on after I started I looked at the other book titles on my TBR list and picked this one I got online, purchased it, opened my Nook and started reading Chapter 1 starts on page 10 The story proceeded in a typical fashion like those written by AC Doyle Watson going to meet Holmes about a case in the country Then, Holmes announcing to Watson that he needed a best man, because he s going to be married Wow I m, hooked This is going to be good.On page 24 My dear Watson, how does one go about kissing a woman I am just grinning away and cannot wait to see how Watson is to go about explaining this On page 30, I almost fell out of my chair laughing On page 35, my heart learched and I had to go back to page 34 and re read the conversation again Page 37, I am breathing again, releived Sweet but, weird Page 42, my head is pounding I could not believe I was reading what was going on This was not real This could not happen I dropped my Nook onto my desk I felt cheated This was not my Holmes and Watson It took me some time to get over the shock I kept trying to convince myself I wanted to quit reading this book I am an adult I was curious I kept reading view spoiler There are two sexual scenes that may be uncomfortable a little gross , or exciting depending on who you are, but that is all hide spoiler What can I say now I finished it Some of the detective story was okay, but mostly meh Some of the characters were pretty good, others not so much The language was so laughable in so many places and so out of character sic It actually could have been better if darling and my dear had not been so over used It ended Well LOL My last word Check out the listing a littlecarefully in GR and note how readers have classified the book you think you want to read a littleclosely to avoid having a shock like I got

  3. Ren says:

    Quite possibly one of the worst books I ever managed to finish It took me two months to get through all the purple prose and dead horse romance tropes and predictable plot twists, and in the end I think it was just bile fascination.This book doesn t just fail at being a believable romance, or a believable mystery, or a believed Sherlock Holmes story It just fails Falls flat on his face after a couple of pages and doesn t manage to get up Ever.Holmes and Watson are two lovesick puppies who Quite possibly one of the worst books I ever managed to finish It took me two months to get through all the purple prose and dead horse romance tropes and predictable plot twists, and in the end I think it was just bile fascination.This book doesn t just fail at being a believable romance, or a believable mystery, or a believed Sherlock Holmes story It just fails Falls flat on his face after a couple of pages and doesn t manage to get up Ever.Holmes and Watson are two lovesick puppies who d rather spend the day cuddling and promising undying love to each other rather than catch a criminal They bumble through the case, with Holmes failing every important deduction ever, but luckily the solution to the mystery falls in their laps But it doesn t matter because Holmes managed to impress the ladies at dinner with his deductions about cellos and gardening, so he s a proper detective, see And anyway there s no need for any genius sleuth when the culprit is so obvious, they might as well have a sign that says Hate Me, I m Evil on their back Everyone talks as if they were in the 21st century save for one kid plagued by phonetic spelling and they go around doing all kind of things that would have a Victorian lady in a faint, calling strangers by their first names and forgetting to wear gloves at dinner.The thing that left me most baffled was that several reviews and blurbs state that the authors have a great knowledge of the characters and the historical period Let me ask where and when and how was that apparent It takesthan offhand mentions of a country manor and horses and English house parties to make a historical novel Just take the dinner scene The characters address each other in the wrong way, address the servants in the wrong way, talk about all the wrong subjects, act inappropriately, and are improperly dressed.Unless you re looking for bad fiction, don t read this book It s not even hilariously bad fiction, just terribly written

  4. Pam says:

    I d give this one a 4.5.Changing the classic Holmes and Watson into lovers was a unexpected but great idea I loved the changes they made in their personalities to fit into the M M genre It showed the restraint needed for the historical era but also exhibited their creative flair.I loved the characters They still maintained the base of who they were while still exploring the change in their relationship and seeing Holmes become protective of Watson was great.The attention to period detail, whe I d give this one a 4.5.Changing the classic Holmes and Watson into lovers was a unexpected but great idea I loved the changes they made in their personalities to fit into the M M genre It showed the restraint needed for the historical era but also exhibited their creative flair.I loved the characters They still maintained the base of who they were while still exploring the change in their relationship and seeing Holmes become protective of Watson was great.The attention to period detail, whether characters, locale or social status were well done And the dialogue was witty, often making me chuckle I certainly wouldn t mind seeing the authors give new lovers Holmes and Watson another mystery to solve in the future A trilogy might be nice

  5. Vio says:

    The dialogue was witty and I found myself laughing at odd moments, very cleverly written, enjoyable mystery and a fun read That first kiss Lets just say, interesting

  6. Tamela says:

    I can only say thank you T.D McKinney I ve been a Sherlock Holmes fan since I was a kid I guess that s why I have a hard time liking modern mysteries They just don t always measure up But this thoughtful, caring, and romantic telling of the first kiss between these long time friends was wonderfully written I ll never read my Holmes and Watson again without thinking of this story and how muchenriching their friendship will become I can only give this story 5 stars here, but it is I can only say thank you T.D McKinney I ve been a Sherlock Holmes fan since I was a kid I guess that s why I have a hard time liking modern mysteries They just don t always measure up But this thoughtful, caring, and romantic telling of the first kiss between these long time friends was wonderfully written I ll never read my Holmes and Watson again without thinking of this story and how muchenriching their friendship will become I can only give this story 5 stars here, but it is on my six star favs list.I enjoyed the writing so much I had to get somefrom this writer, so I m currently reading Portrait of a Kiss and it s turning out just as good as I d hoped.1st read Oct 30, 20112nd read Nov 18, 20123rd read Jul 05, 20134th read Jun 14, 2014This second read was even better than the first I was in the mood for some Sherlock Holmes so I watched a movie, then found the series Sherlock and watched that The last show of the second season was Reichenbach Falls and we know how that ended It was so sad, I just had to have something happy after that, so I pulled this up to give myself one of the happiest Holmes stories I love Holmes but the true blue Dr Watson has always been one of my favorite literary characters and in this story we see how much he meant to Sherlock and how much Sherlock always meant to him Thank goodness for this happy ending Fourth reading I guess no matter how many times I read and re read this story, I always haveto say I was reading some Sherlock Holmes this weekend as well as viewing the third season of Sherlock where he returns Nothing tops off one of my Sherlock Holmes marathons better than a re read of Kissing Sherlock Holmes We ve always known that Dr Watson and Holmes have a high regard for each other, but when Watson s demonstration turns into , we find that the regard they have for each other is so much deeper This story is placed after Holmes return after his apparent death at Reichenbach, so they both know how much they missed each other during those years of separation I also like that Watson is revealed asworldly therefore not afraid to share his love for Sherlock I find I can keep re reading and always finding layers to this But I guess what it boils down to is that I love Sherlock and John together and this story is the cherry on top of all the other Holmes Watson writings

  7. Heather C says:

    I really enjoyed this cozy mystery Loved the characters voice Even though I immediately had the bad guy figured out, I still enjoyed the process Holmes took to reveal the mystery I was a bit disappointed that there was no smexin after the first 30% of the book the beginning was HOT although the story wouldn t have appropriately allowed for it I still wantedlovin between Holmes and Watson.

  8. ManOhMan says:

    Reviewed by Joe I am a huge Holmes fan I ve read all the stories, seen all the movies Holmes and Watson have given me much companionship on many nights so I was a little hesitant when I saw this title but also knew I had to pick it up and I was not disappointed in the least McKinney and Wylis write with a grace and elegance that would make Doyle himself proud It s almost as if they channelled his creative spirit to create a wonderful tale that feels as if it s a part of the official Holmes Reviewed by Joe I am a huge Holmes fan I ve read all the stories, seen all the movies Holmes and Watson have given me much companionship on many nights so I was a little hesitant when I saw this title but also knew I had to pick it up and I was not disappointed in the least McKinney and Wylis write with a grace and elegance that would make Doyle himself proud It s almost as if they channelled his creative spirit to create a wonderful tale that feels as if it s a part of the official Holmes cannon The authors write with great respect for these beloved iconic characters and it was obvious that I was reading work by two fans The language they used made me feel like I was reading a book that had been published during the 1800s, not a modern book that was trying to feel old fashioned which I loved I also cared deeply for Holmes and Watson and could relate to them McKinney and Wylis have not written some kind of gay pornographic slash fantasy between the two characters but have rather created a world that show two men who are best friends, as close as brothers, and who love each other deeply and have started to question just what kind of love they have for each other So rather you are a dedicated Holmesaholic or are just curious about the great detective, I highly recommend that you pick up a copy.A

  9. Mandy*reads obsessively* says:

    3.5 4This was a nice story Understated British comes to mind.Watson feels real in his narration of the story and it feels true to the time it is set in.The mystery wasn t very mysterious to me, but I found it enjoyable anyway I would definitely read another one of Sherlock and Watson s adventures, and see the new aspect of their relationship developed.

  10. Cryselle says:

    It seems delightfully in character that Sherlock Holmes would launch this story by precipitating a change in his and Watson s relationship in the name of acquiring information While Kissing Sherlock Holmes does not break new ground in assuming a homosexual attraction between them, TD McKinney and Terry Wylis do provide a sexually charged pastiche with a mystery to solve.The mystery elements have a well weighted share of page time the problem is worthy of Sherlock Holmes attention before Watso It seems delightfully in character that Sherlock Holmes would launch this story by precipitating a change in his and Watson s relationship in the name of acquiring information While Kissing Sherlock Holmes does not break new ground in assuming a homosexual attraction between them, TD McKinney and Terry Wylis do provide a sexually charged pastiche with a mystery to solve.The mystery elements have a well weighted share of page time the problem is worthy of Sherlock Holmes attention before Watson arrives at Toddington Oaks Once he s there, the danger is no longer confined to treason and blackmail, but becomes personal when a freshly kissed Watson is repeatedly endangered The culprit becomes evident far too early in the book, but there is a certain entertainment value to watching Holmes flounder around before he figures it out The authors pay attention to the late Victorian sensibilities very well at some times, though not so well at others Holmes and Watson pay lip service to not being caught, but when they are found out by one person, Watson does not even contemplate the possible consequences, and not because they are too horrid to think about The entire matter takes on the same social importance as spitting in the potted plants it disappears entirely The whirlwind romance of a few weeks from first meeting to wedding that Holmes and Winnifred are planning would have been a scandal everyone would have assumed he d gotten her pregnant with such a short engagement Yet Holmes does play the stern male authority figure, putting her in her place when she steps out of the assigned female role.The unfolding of Holmes and Watson s physical explorations is very sweetly done they need to invent everything for themselves, every small touch is new and wondrous The change in their relationship is marked with vast numbers of darlings and dearests which rather stepped on the sheer intimacy of Holmes using Watson s given name I boggled at Watson using darling in front of another person, no matter how sympathetic that person was.The language, darlings aside, matched the tone of Holmes canon nicely, and the ending was certainly the best that could be hoped for as far as the Toddingham family was concerned The mystery was tragic in the classical sense, being made inevitable by the character s fatal flaw I had sympathy for the villain, though to explain why is a spoiler Some of the villainous behavior was just over the top, requiring a huge amount of collusion from other parties, and could have been dispensed with.All in all, the joys of this well done pastiche outweigh the flaws Kissing Sherlock Holmes is a good, solid read, and the prospect of Holmes and Watson s return to 221b Baker Street is a joyful one