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The Ghost Wore Yellow Socks Kindle Edition
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But then the romance didn't really work for me. I loved the chemistry between them, I just didn't feel the attraction. Nick went from "he's a kid" to kissing him and them hooking up and it was so sudden I had to stop and make sure I hadn't missed any pages. For some reason, I don't really get how they work together, even though I'm glad they got their happy ending, everything about the romance was so rushed! I think that's my main problem with the story, the romance was really slow at first, which I liked, and then it suddenly took a sharp turn and everything was super rushed and I was like "wait wait what's happening!"
Still a good book though, the mystery was really fun and the characters are lovable. I'm, for sure, going to read the next one.
Author Josh Layton has done a great job of developing the principal characters (and others) in this story and they pass the ultimate reader litmus test --do we care about them in any real way?--with flying colors. Also well handled here is the evolving relationship between Perry and Nick. It starts with the basic decency in the older, ex-military guy shown toward Perry, seemingly vulnerable and in some trouble as he is connected to the first murder. Nick's protective instinct evolves into something more as he comes to respect the younger man for his own inner strength and talents.
Strange to call a murder mystery "sweet," but sweet it is. A good read. Recommended.
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3 Stars for the romance.Read more
Got to love another mystery by Josh Lanyon! I listened to the audio edition by Max Miller, and found it just okay.Read more