Title: Finding the Truth
The sequel to Amber Allure’s Best Seller Looking for Answers…
Series: Peninsula Heights, #4
Author: Christiane France
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: Novella (56 Pages)
Publisher: Amber Allure, Amber Quill Press (April 5, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: P.I. Marcus D’Angelo thought he’d solved the mystery surrounding the rumors of shakedowns and extortion in Little Italy involving Sal Ravello. Now he’s worried he could be wrong.
His boyfriend, magazine reporter Jake Reilly, suggests that Marcus’ informant was feeling a little bitter after his friends sold up and moved away from the old neighborhood. Was the man’s information more self-serving than true? Marcus realizes this is possible, and also realizes he’ll have to go back, recheck everything and find confirmation.
But there’s something else that worries Marcus more—there’s a chance Jake’s new job could mean him being sent to the Far East for several months.
Can their relationship survive a long separation?
Review: This is the sequel to Amber Allure’s Looking for Answers. It is a fascinating story with guys that you will fall in love with. The thing with this story is that it is a bit confusing if you haven’t read the first story. I love the way Jake just goes with Marcus when he is searching for answers. It shows the love these two men have and how it has grown into so much more.
Marcus is supposed to solve the mystery of shakedowns and extortion. The problem with it is that those he talked to have basically disappeared. Also the fact that they could be told first hand or through others. When someone tells you a story, and you tell it to a friend and then they tell it, it gets a bit stretch out and a bit made up.
So he needs to find the answers. All the while worrying about his boyfriend getting sent overseas for month or two. They are pulled in many directions trying to find the answers, but they prove their love can overcome it all.
I love how they each stand up for each other and they show it each day. I am not one for mysteries but this one is so damn entertaining. It does get a bit confusing. However, it doesn’t take away from the story itself.
Although I would have wanted it to be longer, or instead of two short stories turned it into a novella. I hate having to wait to read another part of the story. I always forget what the first story was about, so I have to read it again before I can start the next story. Christiane always gives one a great story to follow.
I had a blast reading it.
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