I enjoyed this second installment of the Trouble Brewing series. I like this couple way more than the couple of the first book.
Nic and Cameron's relationship is still very new. They haven't told their friends they're dating and they've been apart for a month or so while Nic works in San Diego. Nic is struggling with his feelings for Cameron and the issues with his father.
Cameron gets a call that his mother is ill and he leaves for Boston. This leads to Cameron reopening the case of his missing sister. Cameron is also having some issues in regards to their relationship. Namely that he isn't out to his family.
The book is part solving the mystery of the missing girls and part Nic and Cam's relationship. I enjoyed both aspects and thought this was another solid book in the series. It's probably best to not read this as a standalone.
Assistant US attorney Dominic Price is staring down the barrel of his father’s debts. The bull’s-eye on his back makes him a threat to everyone he cares about, so when his lover wants to go public with their relationship, he bolts. Not because he isn’t in love—he can’t stomach the thought of putting Cam in danger.
Kidnap and rescue expert Cameron Byrne is determined to figure out what trouble Nic is running from, but devastating news from home brings him back to Boston and to the cold case that has haunted his family for two decades. Shoving aside his pride, he calls Nic for help.
Together they search for answers, navigating the minefield of Cam’s past. But when they get too close to the truth, Cam must use every skill in his arsenal to save the man he loves…before it’s too late.
This book is approximately 70,000 words
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