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Detective Jamison Landry’s job isn’t easy. He’s dealt with the worst criminals imaginable and believes in his work and the community he serves. But he’s never met someone quite like Mal before.
The mysterious man, rescued from a basement in which he was chained by cultists, keeps Jamison guessing. He both confuses and excites him, and Jamison isn’t sure how he feels about that. Plus, things turn from unusual to downright strange when people start insisting Mal isn’t quite human. And Jamison’s creepy dreams of crows and graveyards don’t make things any better for him.
Will Mal stay around long enough for Jamison to figure out his secrets, or will this stranger leave him aching for more?
This is my Yeah, Okay Sure Face. I still don’t know what the eff is going on face.
I’m going to be super serious here, I don’t even understand the story. I don’t know what the point is. I mean it’s not really a romance. From the first time Mal is on the scene it’s weird. It was manipulations, and choppy sentences. The plot didn’t make much sense to me. I didn’t like Mal, and Jamison was clueless. That’s the safest way I can describe him. Without giving away the plot (**snorts** if you want to call it that), I still didn’t get the story. It was slow, and halfway through it I wanted to chuck it. I didn’t like the writing of the story. Everything felt disjointed from the pacing of the story to the characters themselves. The ending was abrupt which was not needed even thought a sequel was in the works. I can’t recommend this book, because I didn’t even like it.