Patchwork Heaven by Jaime Samms ~ Book Review by Caroline

23110145 Title: Patchwork Heaven

Author: Jaime Samms

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Cover Artist: unknown

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

Blurb:

Singer Coby Kennedy and his drummer twin, Bruce, have a band called Patchwork Heaven. They have been rising steadily up the country music charts, but unfortunately, that rise has attracted unwanted attention. Faced with anonymous letters, sinister gifts, and the wanton destruction of their personal space, they hire The Detail, a specialized security firm. Coby never anticipated Gregor, The Detail’s owner and his personal guard, would be quite so intriguing.

As the stalker gets closer and more violent and questions pile up, Gregor fears his past might get in the way of him finding who is threatening his client when he becomes suspect number one. Even though Coby is convinced Gregor is not behind the threat, Gregor is not sure he’s the right man to keep Coby safe, either from the stalker, or from his own interest in the singer.

Caroline’s View:

I loved this!! I found it a little confusing sometimes but what a great story!! I could almost hear the music and see the colours.

Coby and Bruce Kennedy are twins and they have this weird twin thing going on. By the end of the book I was feeling pleased I wasn’t a twin and having to live with other people’s emotions in my head! Almost everything about these two boys is tied up together including the person out to get them.

As we start the story we learn that the brothers have a stalker problem and have called in extra security the head of which is Gregor, a dominant and sexy man, with twin issues of his own. The two boys are part of a country singing band and are currently on tour. No matter how tight Gregor and his men make the security surrounding them nothing seems to prevent cards, letters and gifts getting through to them. When their trailer is ransacked everyone is put on high alert and it seems this is just the start of the escalation in activities and very soon they are left fearing for their lives.

Coby and Gregor are both attracted to each other but starting anything proves difficult when they are client and employer and someone seems determined to harm Coby. When they do get a minute and examine their feelings Coby is startled to learn something new about himself but is very open to the way Gregor makes him feel. I loved this side of their relationship. With the way Coby relied on his brother it felt a very natural way for things to go for them and they both needed it for different reasons.

I have to admit I kind of guessed who the stalker was quite early on but it didn’t take anything away from the story. I needed to know the whys and it was far more complicated than just knowing the name. There are a lot of twists and turns that will keep you turning the pages and make you unable to put the book down.

There is a little bit of everything in this book and Jaime Samms has produced another winner! The epilogue was just perfect!

Buy Links

Dreamspinner Press
Amazon US
Amazon UK
All Romance eBooks
Barnes & Noble

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

Farewell Giveaway
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