“I Spy Something Bloody” by Josh Lanyon
When British spy Mark Hardwicke is
injured on the job, he calls Stephen Thorpe for help. Mark
and Stephen were lovers, but Mark’s job keeps getting in the
way. Mark is thinking of settling down but it seems that
Stephen has moved on. While Mark and Stephan sort through
their feelings, Mark’s job gets in the way again, but this
time, it threatens their lives.
“I Spy Something Bloody” is an angst
filled romance shrouded in suspense and action. The superb
writing, engaging storyline, and great characters kept me
glued to each page. Mark leads a very interesting life. It’s
dangerous and exciting, yet lonely. Stephen is wonderful.
He’s intelligent, and strong in body and mind. I love Josh
Lanyon’s writing style!
“Murder At Black Dog Springs” by Sarah
Mike McCann and Logan Kee are good
friends who fought in the war together. Mike was in the Navy
and Logan was in the Marines. When Mike needs a break from
reality after the fighting is over, he turns to Logan for
some much needed peace. Although the men find something
special in each other’s arms, peace is hard to come by.
Mike’s family owns McCann Mining and they want to mine for
uranium in the Lukachukai Mountain near Logan’s home. Things
go from bad to worse when Logan and Mike have to fight for
their love and their lives.
“Murder At Black Dog Springs” is very
good. It’s a fantastic love story. Logan’s Indian heritage
and lifestyle is extremely interesting as are Mike’s
personal issues. Logan and Mike are very intriguing
characters. I adore them together. Their chemistry and deep
love for each other is very evident. “Murder At Black Dog
Springs” is a story of forbidden love. It is as interesting
as it is romantic.
Sarah Black’s “Murder At Black Dog Springs” is a heartfelt
story and “I Spy Something Bloody” is exciting and angst
filled. Footsteps in the Dark has two
suspenseful, romantic, and sensual stories. I look forward
to reading more from both of these authors.