Pas De Deux by Jamie Craig

Amber Allure

Erotic M/M Suspense

ISBN 978-1-60272-583-6

Reviewed by Nannette

   

 

A promising ballet dancer is murdered and the DA considers it an open and shut case when small time crook Hector Young is arrested for the crime. Detective Owen Duke has just taken over the case and is immediately confronted by Hectorís hot shot defense attorney, James Scott. James thinks Hector may be the easiest suspect, but heís innocent. Now James has to convince Owen that heís got the wrong guy. In the process, Owen and James are falling for each other. They started on opposite sides but now, they can only trust each other. 

Pas De Deux, a term in ballet that means partnering, is the perfect title for Owen and Jamesí suspenseful and exciting romantic thriller. James and Owen are perfect partners. They understand each otherís hectic careers and how that translates into the personal lives. They enjoy each others company both in and out of bed, and they make a good team professionally. They are both honest and intelligent and very confident men. James wears his confidence more openly and Owen is a capable and a very good detective. I really like the creative way Pas De Deux starts, and the romantic way it ends. I also like that Owen and James do not jump into bed right away. Sex isnít even a factor for a while, which allows them to develop a deeper relationship and makes their intimacy more meaningful. Pas De Deux is well written and very entertaining.

     

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