Sequel to Dirty Kiss A Cole McGinnis Mystery Loving Kim Jae-Min isn’t always easy: Jae is gun-shy about being openly homosexual. Ex-cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis doesn’t know any other way to be. Still, he understands where Jae is coming from. Traditional Korean men aren’t gay—at... show more
Sequel to Dirty Kiss
A Cole McGinnis Mystery
Loving Kim Jae-Min isn’t always easy: Jae is gun-shy about being openly homosexual. Ex-cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis doesn’t know any other way to be. Still, he understands where Jae is coming from. Traditional Korean men aren’t gay—at least not usually where people can see them.
But Cole can’t spend too much time unraveling his boyfriend’s issues. He has a job to do. When a singer named Scarlet asks him to help find Park Dae-Hoon, a gay Korean man who disappeared nearly two decades ago, Cole finds himself submerged in the tangled world of rich Korean families, where obligation and politics mean sacrificing happiness to preserve corporate empires. Soon the bodies start piling up without rhyme or reason. With every step Cole takes toward locating Park Dae-Hoon, another person meets their demise—and someone Cole loves could be next on the murderer’s list.
Publish date: September 28th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 234
Edition language: English
Series: Cole McGinnis (#2)
It's Cole McGinnis (ready Rhys Ford) narrated by Greg Tremblay. I loved the e-book and this audio book is really just that much better so 'nuf said, right? I'm off to the next...oh, wait I'm off to the 5th book. So I'm playing catch up. Happy holidays everyone!
And also, Cole needs to come with a health warning. Bloody hell!!
I love Cole McGinnis and I love Kim Jae-Min and I really wanted to give this book 4 stars but I couldn't for 2 reasons. The first reason I'm almost ashamed to admit given the climate of PC-ness around the internet these days. It was the names... dear God, the Korean names. I actually enjoy all...
Audio book. Narrator: Greg Tremblay. I am so in love with Cole and Jae-Min.I often have trouble reading more books about the same couple. A lot of times I feel like the chemistry is gone somehow. But not with Cole and Jae-Min! Their romance kept me glued to my seat. And with Cole’s snarky comments a...
★★★ This was a tough story to rate. The whole Korean culture is frustrating to me and so hard to swallow. I love Cole and Jae, but I got so confused when it came to all of the secondary characters. The ending even slightly confused me. But I loved every scene between Jae and Cole.