Title: Bodies of Work
Genre: Same Sex Contemporary Romance.
Part of a series: Yes, Avondale Stories #1
Length: 350 pages
Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: February 7th 2011
Where I got this book: My own e-boook collection.
George Martin and Mike Foster have been best friends since childhood, but recent events have brought them even closer together: Mike has moved into George’s house now that George’s unfaithful boyfriend has been kicked out. It puts Mike in a pinch, because he’s always loved George—maybe more than a best friend should.
George doesn’t suspect Mike’s feelings, being wrapped up in his job as the youngest lieutenant in the Jacksonville sheriff’s office and investigating a series of murders. But it will all come to a head when George is stalked by a psycho and Mike steps in front of a bullet meant for George. George then realizes there’s much more to their relationship than he suspected.
My ReviewThis is not the first Avondale story I have read but it is the first in the series and it is a series worth reading. The writing style can be a bit hard to get to grips with if you are used to fluff and very descriptive writers, Etienne does not waste words he gives the reader credit for being able to see the picture he is painting without every aspect being laid out for you. I have to be honest if this had been the first of his books I might not have completed it but I read book 4 first and that story is just too good to let anything, including writing style, get in the way. I will defiantly be reading more of not only this series but more of Etienne work as he tells a story worth reading.
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