The Dark Tide
Publish date: December 2009
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 187
Edition language: English
Series: Adrien English (#5)
After five books filled with exciting murder mysteries, I finally got my HEA as well. Whereas Jake had been the main problem so far, in this last book it was mainly Adrien who took quite a while gathering the courage to go for happiness rather than settling for something safe, but it was awesome whe...
"I want to tell you something," Jake said against my ear. His face was wet. I nodded. "I've always been grateful - even when I was married, even when I thought it was over between us - that it was you I fell in love with." And I've always been grateful that one of my very first forays into M/M...
I totally love this series. This book is different from the others in my opinion because it is more about the romance than solving whatever mystery Adrien finds himself in. Jake actually won some hearts in this one I believe. :)
"If you press me to say why I loved him, I can say no more than because he was he, and I was I." - Michel de Montaigne Among the backdrop of finding a 50 year old skeleton in the building Adrien has bought to expand his book store, he is trying to recover from much needed heart surgery, contemplatin...
Really glad I read this one. Also super glad to skip the other books. Thanks to Catherine Dair and Vanessa North for supporting my Lanyon fangirling, and spoilering me appropriately.