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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jeff Erno
Released: January 7, 2015
Published by Dreamspinner Press
“It was a decent enough intro for me to this author, but I think it may just be a pass in the future.” ~ Under the Covers
I’m not quite sure what I was expecting with this book. For sure more romance than I got. I haven’t read the previous books in the series so I’m not sure if this is how they all are, but this reads more like a mystery than a romantic suspense. There was very little focus on romance, especially being that the couple is already together.
Chris is a detective and Ethan is a teacher. When a series of murders centers around professors/teachers, Chris has to find the link between them all and that seems to link back to Chris somehow.
Here we focus on solving this case. And while I normally like that, I think the overly forced mentions of the fact some of the characters are gay was unnecessary to the story. As well as something was not quite perfect on the suspense for my taste.
It was a decent enough intro for me to this author, but I think it may just be a pass in the future.
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