Some things should stay buried. Repressed scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne has two skills: reading dead languages and hiding in his office at the Ladysmith Museum. After the tragic death of the friend he secretly loved, he's ruthlessly suppressed any desire for another man. So when handsome... show more
Some things should stay buried. Repressed scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne has two skills: reading dead languages and hiding in his office at the Ladysmith Museum. After the tragic death of the friend he secretly loved, he's ruthlessly suppressed any desire for another man. So when handsome ex-Pinkerton Griffin Flaherty approaches him to translate a mysterious book, Whyborne wants to finish the job and get rid of the detective as quickly as possible. Griffin left the Pinkertons following the death of his partner, hoping to start a new life. But the powerful cult which murdered Glenn has taken root in Widdershins, and only the spells in the book can stop them. Spells the intellectual Whyborne doesn't believe are real. As the investigation draws the two men closer, Griffin's rakish charm threatens to shatter Whyborne's iron control. When the cult resurrects an evil sorcerer who commands terrifying monsters, can Whyborne overcome his fear and learn to trust? Will Griffin let go of his past and risk falling in love? Or will Griffin's secrets cost Whyborne both his heart and his life?
Publish date: 2013-03-15
Pages no: 226
Edition language: English
Series: Whyborne & Griffin (#1)
My rating for this book fluctuated a little during my time with it. I wasn't that crazy about some of the romance part, but the action and mystery were extremely great. Yes, I recommend it. It has a bit of everything including magic, the supernatural, historical settings, a secret society and lot...
I was reluctant to read this but I saw it everywhere, so I gave it a shot. I enjoyed it so much more than I thought I would. Especially considering that I don't like paranormal books so much. Luckily, this wasn't like 100% full on werewolves, vampires and magicians. It was a new approach to the para...
Isolated, lonely scholar Percy tries to live a quiet life under everyone’s notice, living with his haunted past and hoping no-one learns the secret of his sexuality When a private investigator enters his world, demanding his expert help and dragging him into world of dark mystery and death – and ...
I don't know why I waited so long to read this. It was great. It took me a bit to sink into the narrator's voice, but once I did, I could totally picture his voice for Whybourne. This had the right elements of mystery, paranormal, and romance. It wasn't quite what I was expecting and I thoroughly en...