Author: Kaje Harper
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Sidney Lowell
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 08/03/2016
Length: Long Novel (~ 100K+)
Genre: Gay Romance, Paranormal
Brian can Find a lost child or a wanted criminal, but when his secret gets out, even Nick’s skills and connections may not be enough to keep them safe.
Brian Kerr is now free of his dangerous boss and his domineering brother. He’s eager to start using his psychic Finding talent to help people, if he can figure out how to do that safely. His dyslexia, and his tendency to act simpleminded under stress, make building his new life a daunting challenge. And while his not-quite-boyfriend, Nick, is willing to support him, in bed and out of it, Brian doesn’t want to lean on Nick. If their relationship is going anywhere, he has to be a full partner and handle his own problems.
Nick Rugo’s walking a tightrope instead of settling into the ordinary cop’s life he’d hoped for. He’s hiding too many things from too many people. He has told professional and unprofessional lies that will come back to haunt him. Now, with Brian determined to start Finding again, he’s not sure he can protect the man he cares for. If all that wasn’t enough to make him start punching walls, he also has a suspicion that Brian’s brother Damon and sister Lori may be out there, lurking, ready to complicate their lives.
I loved book one, Tracefinder: Contact, and was eagerly awaiting book 2. I was not disappointed!!! I loved what Kaje was able to do with both Brian and Nick to move them forward into a romance as well as out of the situations they found themselves in.
Both characters are flawed and that makes them perfect. I appreciated seeing Brian struggling to find his way out from Bry and Nick allowing Brian to stand on his own.
There is more Finding and dire situations as well as lots of action intermixed with tender moments. We are introduced new characters and reunited with old ones. I loved the emotion and the gentle humour of the narrative.
This series is definitely one of my favourites so far, and Kaje has confirmed there will be at least two more books: one focusing on Nick and Brian’s HEA and another on a different character. Read this and keep your eyes out for the future books!!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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