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- Print Length: 203 pages
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- Publisher: Triad Literary (February 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IHY4TX0
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I Love It Rough N'awlins Exotica Book Two Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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I have to admit that I didn't enjoy this installment as much as the first in the series. Frankie who I loved in the first book turned out to be very flawed, not irretrievably but with one of my biggest personal objections in a couple. I thought t Kaj showed some growth as a character, willing to adapt and change in the relationship. And Kenina, as much as she was a b*tch in the last book turned out to even more. More evil, more homophobic, more over the top. The writing is excellent, the characters well developed and believable and I loved the paranormal element introduced into the storyline, it is N'awlins after all. My rating is mainly due to personal preferences in character flaws that Frankie showed and then lack of remorse about same. A great read with murder, betrayal, love, sex and passion. Recommend.
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The second book starts where book one leaves off. Detective Frankie Choteau and Kaj Fortier are now dating. Several more characters are introduced including a couple of new detectives to their precinct, a new chief after theirs had to immediately retire due to a stroke, the Medical Examiner Waylon Mooney and a new CSI, Moto. It also introduces a new serial killer that is stalking women and transgender women before killing them.
This is what starts book two, one of the girls from the club Kaj works at is found when she doesn't report to work. Lana Miles had worked at the club almost from the beginning. She was the one that showed the new dancers how to interact with the audience and the rest of the in and outs to being an exotic dancer. Lana was called momma and was the first one to welcome Kaj and comfort him after his first routine. She had told the others that she was dating someone, but that it was too soon to introduce him. Maybe it was because Frankie knew her, or maybe it was because he was starting to open up some of his feelings after he fell for Kaj, but seeing Lana's dead body bothers him more than most he has seen. Then after him and his partner continue investigating and realize the murderer has killed before and the women were from various strip clubs he becomes very worried. I don't want to give away any real big twists so I will stop here, but I hope you enjoy the dance Kaj does for one of the other detectives as much as I did ... ;)
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Frankie is really struggling. He has come out at work and feels some of his fellow detectives are less than supportive. His lover, Kajika, dances at an adult club and enjoys the attention lavished on him. Kajika also likes to flirt which triggers Frankie’s jealousy. Add in the murder of a dancer Frankie knows and we have a recipe for disaster. Frankie begins to question everything – his job, Kajika’s job, their home and more. He always thought his job would be to bring murderers to justice. Now he is not so sure. Frankie demands change and Kajika refuses. When Frankie takes, Kajika likes it and this confuses Kajika. Frankie falls into depression and no one understands. He is a complex man and needs some help. He finds it in a comforting way. The relationship grows and matures in I Love It Rough. There are a few surprises in this one that make the reading so much better. The next one will be anxiously awaited. Not really, it is already out. But I cannot wait to read it and see where their journey in life takes them.
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