A Matter of Time book 1

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A Matter of Time book 1

Take the day off, unplug the phone and put out the “Do Not Disturb” sign because once you start Mary Calmes series of books A Matter of Time you’re not going to want to be interrupted!
 
In book one you’ll be introduced to Jory Keyes a sweet guy who would do anything for a friend bout should have a blinking neon sign above his head that says “Trouble ALWAYS follows me”. While doing a favor for his friend Anna he witnesses a murder. Enter Sam Kage a straight vice detective who is gruff and a little rough around the edges. Sam is the type of man who wants and needs to protect the innocent.
 
Sam wants to put Jory in protective custody for his own good; Jory wants to live his life without any restrictions. He has friends he enjoys being with and a boss who is more like family to him. So while Jory deals with his playboy boss’s life which includes acting as go between with all the ex girlfriends and the unexpected arrival of unknown family members of Danes. As well as dodging hit men Jory also has Sam to deal with. You see while trying to keep Jory safe Sam begins to have serious feelings for Jory. A straight vice cop gay??? Can Sam deal with his friends and family finding out? Can he keep Jory and his old life?
 
Mary Calmes is weaving the beginnings of a great series with book one. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Book Blurb for A Matter of Time book 1

Jory Keyes spends his time drinking and cruising gay bars picking up one night stands. Then suddenly he becomes the only witness to a brutal murder. Although the killer vows to silence him, Jory refuses to go into witness protection. This puts him into conflict with Sam Kage, a very straight and very hot police detective. When passion flares between the two men, Sam is astonished. Is he really gay? And if so, what will this mean to his career, and his life? As the danger threatening Jory increases, Sam senses that nothing is as it seems, and wonders who is really after his newfound and forbidden love?


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2010 4.75