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Sight and Sinners (Men of London Book 2) by [Mac Nicol, Susan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 557 KB
  • Print Length: 181 pages
  • Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (23 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TXZ3YUG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,892 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Today Susan Mac Nicol became an auto-buy author for me, up there with the likes of NR Walker, Ella Frank (her MM series only), Jaime Reese, Avril Ashton, Barbara Elsborg, Cat Grant, KA Merikan, L Witt, AM Arthur and Jay Northcote. This tale was an amazing blend of sass, snark, romance, a bit of intrigue, great friends who looked out for Taylor, some really hot sex, a hint of the paranormal, some heartbreak tempered by the belief/thought that death is not an end, but the start of something else, and the start of a HEA.

The tale pretty much mirrors the blurb, so I won't repeat that, but the author adds a warmth to the characters that made me 'see' them, not just read them. When Draven inadvertently hurt Taylor by throwing his past at him, I felt the latter's hurt, and when Taylor said something to fob off a well-intentioned but interfering friend, that Draven happened to overhear, I felt his pain. There were admissions of love on both guys' sides, but the relationship started off more as a f-buds than lovers, making them unsure of each other and if what each felt was one-sided.

I loved that they started off hating each other, but quickly realised their attraction to each other, and that both were willing to take a jump into the unknown. I liked Taylor's friends, and am now off to read book 1 in the series, as those leads appear in this quite a bit. I also liked Draven's boss, Clay, who seemingly has a man of his own in his life, and whose tale I hope we get soon. I have a feeling that we'll get the twinkish Leslie's tale first, but who wouldn't want to read about an ex-forces type guy who calls the shots in some bada$$ agency?
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I've been a big fan of Susan Mac Nicol's books since I read Stripped Bare, and her Men of London series does not disappoint. Sight and Sinners tells us more about Taylor, who we first meet in Love You Senseless (you don't have to read that first, each story stands alone, although they are linked). Taylor is psychic, a gift which is more of a curse to him than a blessing. When he meets Draven, a sceptical investigator, the sparks fly. Draven doesn't trust Taylor and his so-called ability, and Draven's arrogant attitude immediately turns Taylor off. Yet, they can't keep their hands off each other...
With the two men thrown together to solve a tragic death, a tragedy of Draven's own in the background, and a bevvy of overprotective housemates in Taylor's corner, can their tentative relationship get off the ground?
If you enjoy hot, sexy, well-written M/M romance, this is for you. Anything I didn't like about the book? I wished it were longer! But a new Men of London story is coming soon, so I'll just have to wait for that...
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The Hero's.
Draven Samuels has a tragic past, He is an investigator with a high-profile London company, He is tough, sarcastic and a skeptic when it comes to anything out of the ordinary.

Taylor Abelard is used to people calling him a freak. He can see past events and feel ghostly vibrations. He is pyschic and he doesn't get close to the living. Can Draven help banish Taylor's demons? Can Taylor help Draven believe that demons can be banished?

The story starts out hot and from from page 1 you are pulled in. The author does a great job of making this a realistic relationship. There are some laugh out loud moments at their antics. And then your heart is breaking while one of them is dealing with a serious issue, and the pain is felt through the pages. It is a very well written journey with Draven and Taylor and will leave you smiling through tears!
I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.

Reviewer: Kimberley

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This book deals with death and suicide. If these subjects bother you, do not read.

I really enjoyed the other book in this series that I have read. This one was also very enjoyable.

Taylor and Draven have such a hateful beginning. I have to admit that I really disliked Draven for most of the story. I had already grown to love Taylor, so I was always on his side throughout this story.

The author did a great job expressing the emotions behind Taylor's visions. I found myself laughing and crying with Taylor. I freely admit that I was a fan of Taylor in the previous story, so it took absolutely nothing to convince me of his character's charms.

Draven, too, I was familiar with, but with the opposite emotion.
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Seeing is believing and for, Draven this statement is so true. Draven comes across as an arrogant man. He does what he wants, when he wants and who he wants. He lives only to care for his brother who is in hospital after a horrific car accident. You begin to understand while reading this book why he is so guarded and has built a wall around himself. Draven is such a hunk and has no problem in hooking up but nothing has ever lasted for him. He can not and will not commit. Famous last words because there is always someone out there that will take over your heart.
Taylor who you have possibly met in Love You Senseless has the gift of premonition, an ability that shows him what will happen or has happened depending on the circumstances. He is only really affected when it is someone close to him.
Someone who was once close to Taylor passes away, he is incredibly shocked and hurt as it was his friend Drew who died.
Taylor knows about Draven and doesn't really like him very much, really not many would with his attitude. Draven knows of Taylor from previous investigations and is a BIG none believer of Taylor's ability.
Taylor and Draven have something in common though Drew, and they both want to find out what happen before his death.
Working together to uncover the truth is no easy task when they dislike each other but there is no denying the spark that is between them. They could set a house alight with the electricity that zapps between them. I could feel the excitement bursting through the pages as I was reading.
Just when things were good, Draven pushes Taylor away. Taylor is devastated knowing that Draven is alone and dealing with his brother, Jude. He wants to be there for him.
This was such a touching part in the story.
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