Author: Elle Brownlee
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Length: Novel (200 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (October 21, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Sebastian (Sen) Holt is an artist currently in New Orleans. He’s always been a wanderer, believing in fate and following signs to guide his destiny. Although he itches to pull up stakes, getting a painting into a gallery keeps him rooted. One morning his good friend calls him in desperate need of help with her cleaning business. Her regular cleaner flaked, she can’t lose her client, and there’s no one else.
The job is at a large and recently restored house—and the owner, Morgan Ballard, comes home unexpectedly. They are immediately drawn together, as if they know each other, but they’ve never met. As they grow closer, Morgan behaves like two people. Sometimes he’s friendly and casual, and other times intimate and demanding. Sen juggles his painting through bursts of vision-like inspiration, the cleaning job, and an unexpected commission—all while trying to unlock the growing mystery of the intense connection he feels to Morgan. He’s not sure which scares him more—the strangeness surrounding their growing bond or that he’s found someone to make him reconsider his lifelong wanderlust.
Review: A heart-warming story of two men, Sen and Morgan, who are two halves of a whole. When Sen, a painter, agrees to help a friend he meets the owner of the house, Morgan. From the start these two are immediately attracted to one another.
Things begin to look up for the both of them as time goes on but at the same time they realize they feel lost without the other when not around each other. I loved how everything came together and was explained before the story was over. It gave a better understanding as to exactly what going on.
I loved the interactions between Morgan and Sen. They seemed perfect together as the story progressed. The paranormal aspect added a wonderful mix to an already intriguing book.