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- Print Length: 250 pages
- Publisher: Bon Publishing, Co.; 2 edition (June 29, 2010)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003UBTYI0
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #537,786 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ajay a struggling private detective who was fired from the police force because he cared too much about helping people and less about formalities which can help secure the conviction gets a chance at solving a case which can help him strike big. Devon wants him to find the photographer he was modelling for. As the case unfolds it is clear to Ajay that it is becoming much more than just a missing person case and Ajay starts to care for Devon much more than simply protecting his client.
I loved Ajay, I also agree with another reviewer that it was very enjoyable that author did not make the conflict between blue colar detective and high end "spoiled" model to overcome the story and in fact there was not much conflict because of that, it would have been too much of annoying cliche. I thought that author portrayed Ajay's desire to finally take it career on the new level with great conviction and it was wonderful to see how he finally acknowledges to himself that he even maybe gay.
I loved secondary characters too, especially Ajay's parents and the neighbors in the tight neighborhood. I also really loved the mystery and how the author did not make it too obvious.
I think that I had a wonderful reading experience however one plot development did not work for me at all and while I respect that this was the story author wanted to tell and I do not ask the author to write the book I want, to me it took away a little bit from Ajay's being portrayed as wanting to help people first and foremost.
I was wondering why the fate of the person Ajay was looking for was left as it was. I will not say more because that would be spoilers for the ending.
Oh, there is a growing attraction between protagonists but only one sex scene at the end, so for those readers who are looking for a lot of sex, be warned you will not find it in this one.
I highly recommend it. I immediately bought the next two in the trilogy and cannot wait to read them! It's rare to find this combination of engaging writing, good story and character development with sense of humour and sensitivity as well.
Plot twist. Good start to a series. Enjoyable. Fun. Going to read the next right now. Good weekend read.