Silver Ties by Patricia Logan ~ Review by Caroline


Title: Silver Ties

Author: Patricia Logan

Publisher: Westburg Publishing

My Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

From the Publisher:

A serial killer is preying upon gay men in Los Angeles. Detective Cassidy Ryan of the LAPD is out to stop the monster before more mutilated corpses turn up. The victims have one thing in common and it leads back to an infamous online club called The website owner, Zachary Teak, is stunningly gorgeous and infuriatingly uncooperative. Having spent years in vice, investigating crimes fueled by pornography, Cassidy hates the Dom on sight.

Zack Teak is a wealthy man and a popular Dom with a long waiting list of subs who beg to lick his boots. The moment he meets the detective, a former Navy SEAL, he is determined to help the handsome, blond hunk explore his own submissive nature but Cassidy is having none of it.

As Cassidy closes in on the killer, he succumbs to Teak’s charms, finding that it’s okay to give up control and let Zack take charge. Join the men as they flush out a killer while trying not to become victims themselves.

My View

Cassidy Ryan is former Navy Seal and now works as a Detective for the LAPD. He has just landed a case which is particularly gruesome and it looks like he is dealing with a serial killer. Someone is targeting lonely gay men and as the body count mounts so does the number of missing body parts.

The one thing all the murder victims have in common is a membership to an online BDSM club called run by the tall and intimidating Zach Teak.  Zach is a Dom who has built his business up from the ground at the cost of his personal life. He only previously had one shot at a relationship and instead of sticking around he ran to the other side of the country. He has a long list of Subs wanting his attention but recently they have all seemed a little jaded.

When Cassidy turns up to interview Zach about his membership it is almost hate at first sight but the sexual tension between the two men is off the scale. Cassidy needs to understand the BDSM lifestyle to help him with the case and uses this as an excuse to spend time alone with the man that leaves him in a constant state of arousal.

As the tension builds so does the body count and Cassidys stress level.  When Zach asks the detective to come back to his office after work to ‘play’ the attraction between the two men finally explodes and Zach finds his feelings run deeper for this man than the usual Subs he spends time with. Cassidy is all too aware that his actions could lose him his career but finds himself unable to stay away from the man.

With 5 dead bodies the FBI are finally brought it and Cassidy finds a link that may well break the case. With the clock running the hunt is on to find the killer before another killing Cassidy has to decide whether he can date a man who works in the sex industry and Zach must decide whether he finally ready to settle down.

This is a sizzling and quick read with 2 very hot men!

Buy Links:

Westburg Publishing
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I would like to thank Patricia Logan for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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3 thoughts on “Silver Ties by Patricia Logan ~ Review by Caroline

  1. This sounds good – I’ve not read anything by this author but having looked at her backlist I’ve added some to my wish list.

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