If I could have put off meeting Thompson's family forever, I would have. But he made it crystal clear it was important to him, and I got the feeling if I blew it off again, I'd lose him.
So, like a good boyfriend, I accompanied him to the rustic city of Big Bear, hoping for the best. I expected awkward moments, and funny looks from his family. What I didn't see coming was having to hang out with his perfect ex-lover, Alexander, and for dead bodies to start piling up.
Working and living together, Thompson and I formed a bond I didn't think could be broken. But when he starts doubting my abilities, and pulling away, simply because he doesn't like what I'm saying, I start to realize maybe we were never as tight as I'd thought.
Thompson needs to decide if he wants to protect the past, more than he wants to join me in the future. He thinks I'm just scared of commitment, and so I'm causing trouble. But the reality is, Thompson is the person with one foot out the door.
Liam and Thompson go to visit Thompson’s family. Liam is nervous but is willing to try. While there they stumble onto a crime.
Really gripping paranormal mystery. As the third book in the series, it is better to read the books in order. I felt that the tension between Liam and Thompson was believable. Sweet, spicy, and angsty. I liked that the story line was closed, yet future books are hinted at!