loveless marriage, with a shrew of a wife who belittles and
browbeats him whenever she can, the only thing that makes
Alan happy is his son and his books. Alan, a stay at home
dad with very little confidence in himself has absolutely
nothing in common with Terrence, the charismatic sexy
drifter who uses his body to get what he wants…except the
fact that they are one-in-the-same.
nasty verbal fight with his wife, Alan gets into an accident
trying to get away from her. Alan is taken to the hospital
where Terrence awakens and so begins his adventure of a
lifetime that leads him to Jared, a rich, older man who
agrees to help him get to New York. Jared quickly finds
himself falling for Terrence even though he knows very
little about the mysterious man.
Man of Mystery is okay, but not all of the dots were
connecting with it for me. The characters were great, I
adored Alan/Terrence and Bobby, Alan’s son, he’s a
sweetheart, but I felt there were gaps in the flow of the
story. With Madeleine Urban stories I know I will always
get characters I love, hot sex scenes and some beautiful
tender moments, Man of Mystery has all that,
but the overall story just didn’t work for me.