Length: 72,000 words approx
Publisher: Loose Id
Cover Design: Syneca Featherstone
Heart & Haven Series
Disgraced FBI agent Nick Truman has failed to save his sister, held hostage by a drug cartel until he could give them Alex Crow, who eluded him. His epic downfall lands him in Witness Protection, where he plays by the rules and keeps to himself. But the murder of his neighbor brings danger to his door. He unexpectedly finds himself the champion of innocents and helplessly attracted to the homicide detective in charge of the case.
This can’t end well.
Homicide Detective Hank Axelrod is good at digging out secrets, maybe because he hides a big one of his own. He also suspects his husband has one foot out of the door of their marriage and the specter of single life looms unpleasantly on the horizon.
A murder resembling another brings Nick into his world, a man who claims to be a mystery writer looking for a real life resource. Hank’s instincts say he’s more than that, and he’s rarely wrong.
Torn between the errant soon-to-be-ex husband and the distracting, sexy stranger, Hank needs to focus all his attention on his murder case before he becomes the next victim.
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Heloise West, when not hunched over the keyboard plotting love and mayhem, dreams about moving to a villa in Tuscany. She loves history, mysteries, and romance of all flavors. She travels and gardens with her partner of 10 years, and their home overflows with books, cats, art, and red wine.
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I love stories that keep you guessing. I also love stories that keep you on the edge of your seat. His Dark Reflection does an awesome job delivering both.
What I seldom see in other books that I see in His Dark Reflection is that it draws the readers into the lives of the secondary characters just as easily and completely as it does with the main characters. Very well done!
I like that the story moves at a steady pace and is an easy read. And it's believable. Can anyone say TV Movie of the Week?
Another think I like is that I didn't have to read the first two books in the series to understand what's happening in this book.
I give His Dark Reflection a 5 out of 5 stars and highly recommend it.