- File Size: 567 KB
- Print Length: 338 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CQNJY1Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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They take a vacation, forgetting that this word carries all kinds of bad luck. But none of it is their fault (it never is.) And they find a body (of course they do.) Their expertise is needed to solve a mystery, but their style is severely cramped by Swedish law enforcement. Turns out, Jack has a bit of a history up north as well.
Enjoy this "love in progress" story that shows a real couple work their way through exotic obstacles in a realistic way. Be inspired by their stubborn, pig-headed determination to do it right even if it kills them. This book reads well as a stand-alone, but you don't want to miss on the series, either.
Jackie Keswick writes a complex narrative, not difficult to follow at all, just rich with balanced scenes from their main jobs plus the side-jobs they do, their love life (or sometimes lack of), plans for the future, the care and feeding of two troubled teens and the well-deserved but sadly interrupted holiday. It’s fairly lengthy but interesting, even sometimes fascinating in how the author writes Jack and Gareth’s multifaceted characters. I’ll admit being quite confused as to what Jack determined was motivating Gareth’s mood swings in part one. It took much of the book to find out but I love how these two men solve issues with communication and honesty. Adults!
I can’t wait for the next in the series and the next adventure this family encounters. That’s another thing that’s special about these stories; the way Nico and Daniel are presented and how they respond to Jack and Gareth. I’m almost as invested in the boys as much as the men. Recurring characters from Nancarrow Mining are nearly as familiar. If you haven’t read the series, it’s necessary to start from book one, these do not stand alone. If you enjoy character driven plots with multiple aspects and strong suspense elements I’d suggest you give this series a try!