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Don't Let Go

The Tyack & Frayne Mysteries, Book 3
Narrated by: Tim Gilbert
Series: Tyack & Frayne, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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Summary

What's haunting Lee Tyack? He's moved in with Gideon Frayne, and they're both loving their new lives. But the shadow is still there - a voice from hell that torments clairvoyant Lee, and which even the pragmatic copper Gideon can hear.

Gideon's determined to protect his lover. But after a serious injury on duty, Gideon finds out the hard way that he needs protection too. His job's on the line and he's scared. Worst of all, he thinks he knows who that voice belongs to - and he can't stop Lee from heading off to confront this most terrifying ghost from his past.

When the full spring moon rises over Cornwall's rugged coast, and the veil between the worlds grows thin, Tyack and Frayne must join forces to solve a decades-old mystery that still has the power to tear their world apart.

©2014 Harper Fox (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Marvellous

I’ve listened to all the books in the series back to back and thoroughly enjoyed everyone of them. Tim Gilbert has done an amazing job with the narration and has brought them to life for me.

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  • Victoria
  • 21-01-19

Beautiful

Another really good book in the series. I really think this series is getting better and better. I love these two as a couple.

Beautiful, low angst romance with unexplained paranormal ghostly stuff, slightly scary and creepy and the beautiful setting of Cornwall :)

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  • Annika
  • 10-01-18

Love this series!

I'm loving this series so much!

I was so happy when I saw that this book was a bit longer than the previous ones, there's just never enough of Lee and Gideon.

Gideon and Lee have now moved in with each other and are happily bobbing along with the everyday stuff, their work, managing to get the wallpaper upside down, and you know - life. They are living life with all the bumps that comes along with being a psychic and working as a copper in a small town.

Don't Let Go delves deeper into the long forgotten past. A past that has been long buried and the ghosts disturbed might just come back to haunt our two favourite people. But more than that, we get to know them on a much deeper level than we already do. Questions we have are answered and new friendships are formed and old relationships are mended.

I am going to be honest with you. You don't read this series for the awesome mysteries, because frankly they can be a bit so so. You read (devour) these books for the feel of them. That creepy, yet cosy feeling Fox somehow manages to create. You read it for the wonderful characters, the amazing sense of place and just about everything about them. And they are highly addictive, so make sure you have the next book ready to go before finishing the last one!

Once again Tim Gilbert did an amazing job narrating this book. He makes you feel like you're a part of the story. You are one of the characters in the book, you are there for the adventures, and you are most definitely there yelling at Gideon for being a stubborn ass. And you will have a great time doing it.

If you haven't already, pick this series up now. I promise you won't regret it!

A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes

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  • Cranky Reader
  • 19-09-19

Another odd installment


I liked a lot of this one but it kind of frayed for a while. Lee & Gideon continue with their ghostly adventures, playful romps. and odd family interactions. And can we talk about how Lee is the psychic but Gideon seems to do 60% of the ghostly interactions? That’s odd. Not wrong, but that the characters run about mostly ignoring Gideon’s serious psychic encounters while accepting that they happen is an odd thing for them to almost never discuss. It’s getting frustrating. I think this (book 3) made more sense than book 1 but the way the climactic scene played out didn’t jibe for me. There’s a big scene around a mystical place near Lee’s family home where Lee’s production team is filming and a bunch of stuff happened that kind of made sense to me and kind of didn’t. There is an attempt to show the same event manifesting in different ways to different people without everyone being clued in and it didn’t quite work for me. It was just weird, and not all was good weird. I don’t recommend against this one, just maybe don’t start with this book.

(Possible spoiler in this paragraph but I try to make it vague enough to not be a true spoiler) This author seems to be a big fan of people holding on to undeserved guilt and I am not such a fan. Fortunately, the author also usually gets someone to verbally assuage that guilt. Especially in *fiction*, some characters just need killing and those that perform this as a civic duty should feel better about it than they are allowed to here. A clear & present & persistent danger needs to be dealt with using available effective options. (/end spoiler-ish bits)

Having recently read several books from this author, I found a lot of this book (injured officer in hospital & recovery in particular) overlapped in my mind with the characters & plot of Half Moon Chambers almost as if one was the draft for the other. Or they grew from the same seeds. 😐

Steam: medium. Gideon & Lee enjoy each other so the explicit M/M sexytimes are tumbled joyfully throughout.

Narration: Not sure if it was the recording or my bluetooth speaker, but the audio volume was inconsistent mid-book, fading in & out. I think it was the recording because it happened most around & during the voicing of one particular character. Some of it was a bit garbled.

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  • Amanda R
  • 16-09-19

The journey continues

Lee and Gid are once again on the trail of the threatening spirit who harasses them both now. Gideon is recovering from a stab wound as they travel to Lee’s childhood home to face the past.

As always, this couple is fiercely loyal and always have each other’s back. Plus more if they can get it 😉. Love the tenderness Lee and Gid show each other in so many ways.

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  • Lilydawn
  • 04-09-19

Not a stand-alone

As part of the series we continue to learn more about Gideon and Lee. In this one the series continued to grow the backstory and a mystery in the village of one of the main characters grew up in. Mysteries abound both on the natural realm and the spiritual one.

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  • Ms. Jaxon
  • 17-07-19

Way to many "Lube" scenes.

The story line was great and the narrator was great, but the male on male sex scenes were way to much. Couldn't leave on while I worked or around house. Very graphic and pornographic. I could have gone without all the talk of what went were and what needed lubed up first. Alot of different ways author could have expressed their love for each other besides this way.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-09-18

always a good story

the story was good, I had a difficult time hearing the story in my vehicle but not my house. at times Gid gets on my nerves when it comes to Lee, and Lee can be annoying as hell. but they do work well together. I do love that we meet Zeke. he's becoming my favorite.

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  • G. Staggs
  • 14-01-18

A face from the past

The duo of TYACK & FRAYNE must tackle a horrifying episode when both are at their weakest.
Harper loving spins yet another loving tale of my most favorite couple. Tim Gilbert's talented voice is so ingrained as the characters now that no one else could do them justice.

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  • Donna Kotheimer
  • 19-07-18

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I have really enjoyed reading these short books. I enjoyed the characters and the fanciful but suspenseful nature of the stories.
However, I do have two concerns. First, the explicit nature of the sexual content should be hinted at in the preview since there are many readers out there who would be offended by this level of content.
Secondly, I am used to the audio books of which I listen being between 10 to 15 hours long, not between 3 or 5 . When I use my monthly credit I want the audio book to last long enough to be worth that credit.