Reviewed by Susan65
Author: R.J. Scott
Series: Sanctuary #9
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: Not available
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Release Date: February 28, 2017
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: Can you ever hold on to a ghost?
Elliot is tracking an elusive killer, codenamed Ghost, with ties to organized crime. Every time the Sanctuary team gets close, Ghost slips their grasp.
Cole has nowhere left to turn. With his father dying and his sister in danger, he turns for help to the very people trying to track him down. Sanctuary’s assistance is what he needs to punch another hole in Varga’s organization.
When Elliot and Cole meet, it isn’t just passion that consumes them. When lust becomes something more, Elliot realizes that sometimes you can’t hold on to a ghost, and that sacrifice is often the only way to make things right.
I do love this series…and I am very excited to read the next installment, yet sad it will be the last. In this book though we have Cole, codename Ghost, and Sanctuary operative, Elliot, doing the tango. Their story starts out as a kind of cat and mouse game, where Elliot dogs Cole’s every step, but just can’t seem to get to him…until he does, and then the story just takes off.
Sanctuary have been hunting Cole because they believe he killed Simon’s partner, Jamie, in the last book. But, of course, things are not always what they seem and Cole becomes this big enigma that Elliot and the rest of the Sanctuary guys just can’t figure out. As soon as they “catch” him, he acts like it’s no big deal, like he wanted it to happen, and requests their help. Of course, Simon just wants to kick his ass. He seems to have forgotten what it’s like to be accused of a murder you didn’t commit.
But basically, it was typical badass Sanctuary operatives trying to save the world and get a little something-something on the side. Fortunately, that something-something is what keeps me coming back because R.J. Scott has a way with keeping the sexy times interesting and, well, sexy. Don’t miss this installment of Sanctuary, it was worth the wait.
Overall Impression: I really liked it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*