- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 951 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 099742253X
- Publisher: Aimee Nicole Walker; 1 edition (8 Nov. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQCQE4G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 36 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,112 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was my first book by this author, I liked it!
We have a detective/mystery/ MM romance here which are some of my favorite type of books to read!
Detective Wyatt and Salon owner Josh have a love/hate relationship going on here.
They're adamant they don't like each other but when Josh is yet again in the middle of a murder investigation, the two of them are brought together and have a harder job of convincing themselves and each other that they dislike one another.
“Your body tells me just how much you want me, even if you don’t like me.”
First of all, apparently there's a prequel of sorts in the Nut Case Love Anthology with these two, I'd suggest maybe reading it to give a better feel to their relationship so the pull between them is maybe more believable here.
Things that didn't work for me:
- The love/hate theme just was not executed well at all,90% of the time. They insisted they didn't like the other when they had an intense pull to the other and done nothing but thought about the other one, a complete contradiction that got more annoying than anything else.
- Josh was a tad frustrating and jumped to conclusions without giving something a second thought before making up his mind.
- Scenes didn't always need to repeated from both POV's.
What worked for me :
- The mystery aspect, I loved it! And how we're led to more mystery to come even if this particular one was solved.
- The times when the love/hate, push/pull worked. The banter between the two and admitting they were much more than lust. I liked these two together when the pretenses were dropped.
- Secondary characters - I really liked Adrian, Chaz and Meredith. Also Savage, who totally needed more page time.
- The promise of more mystery and maybe even more romance? Between other couples?
- The nicknames, they were sometimes ridiculous but I don't care they were funny.
- While not a solid HEA, more HFN. I felt happy and secure in them being together.
This wasn't a complete win for me but I still liked it! Definitely continuing with this series, I'm not sure if we're getting more of Detective Wyatt and Josh or secondary characters, although since it's a series based on the mystery and detectives, I'm assuming it will be the same couple. Regardless, I'm excited for more of this series!
I fell so I love with gabe and josh they stole my heart with every page
I loved there intense connection you could feel it from page 1
Gabe and josh's journey had me laughing but also emotional in parts I loved it
Thank you Aimee Nicole walker for another beautifully written story it was a perfect start to a new series iam hooked I can't wait for more
Loved the characters who were eclectic and interesting.
The plot flowed nicely and quite often I manage to predict plot advancements well beforehand, but not this time (mostly).
Loved the main characters and their friends so much so I'd love to meet them in real life.
Enjoyed so much I just bought the second installment just before writing this review!!
Anyone wanting great reading, always say yes to Aimee Nicole Walker
The hairdresser has been hurt before,so he's cautious,the cop is all out wanting the guy,but one wrong word,it's all off.
I get hurt feelings,but the I want you but I'm pretending I don't is just exhausting.
With a side order of a murder mystery , this is another winner by one of my favourite authors. A must read .
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