After loosing his long time lover, NYPD cop Noah Tobin is told to go on vacation by his boss. On his first night there though he meets Harry and has hot sex in the bar's bathroom.
Noah can't believe his eyes when the next day he sees Harry's picture on the news and that the wealthy businessman has disappeared. fawl play is feared. Noah goes to the Florida cops and tells them what he knows about that night.
When Harry is found injured and in fear for his life, Noah agrees to protect him undercover till they can find the perpetrator of the kidnapping and the motive. Neither Noah nor Harry figure into it their attraction to each other and the growing feelings they have.
Can Noah keep Harry safe or will Harry's past catch up with him?
In Hot Pursuit was a great story and I enjoyed it a lot. This is one I will read again down the road. The damsel in distress or in this case the man in distress made for a good storyline. Noah having to be the strong one even with him still getting over loosing his lover in the past and now finding Harry made for a bit of conflict for Noah but it was well written into the story as a whole. Harry and Noah set the pages on fire with the heat and steaminess of their love scenes together. It was finger burning hot. This one is a keeper and I will definitely recommend it to others for a good read.
Hard-working NYPD cop Noah Tobin didn’t even want to go on vacation. But it’s been a tough eighteen months since the death of his lover, so he’s determined to make the most of it. On his first night in sunny Florida, a chance encounter with a handsome man in a bar bathroom jumpstarts something in Noah that’s been dormant for all those months. Then the man disappears.
Noah’s vacation is thrown into upheaval because he can’t just let it go when he learns that the mysterious man who turned his life upside down went missing. He volunteers to help with the manhunt for his mystery man, a wealthy restaurateur named Harrison Knowles. But finding Harry is only the beginning of Noah's hot pursuit.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices.