Sequel to The Isle of… Where?
After a whirlwind vacation on the Isle of Wight, where he found the love of his life, Sam Owens sends Liam Marshall home to Michigan to tie up loose ends so they can be together forever. When all communication with Liam goes silent, Sam worries. Fearing the worst, he enlists the help of his brother, British Metropolitan police officer Paul Owens, to help him find Liam and get him back safely in time for their wedding. Paul has little difficulty digging into this mystery across the pond. Paul is also good-looking and openly bisexual, all of which adds to the dismay of Wisconsin Detective Olaf Skandik.
Olaf is ex-military and still closeted now that he’s part of the police department. He’s frustrated, hemmed in by the walls he’s erected, and when he meets Paul, he wonders if this may be the time and opportunity for change. Looking into his brother’s missing fiancé, Paul also starts looking into Olaf, and business soon mixes with pleasure, a bit of romance that may strengthen his case for them to make a future together.
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Relentless at being dull
As descriptive and exciting as school child's story (Mostly verbs and streams of thoughts). The accents were interesting. They somehow entranced me to listen continuously even though the plot was very simple. I found that when the erotic scenes started. It was relentless in the name of love.
- Murphy Irene
Isle of Wishes
Would you try another book from Sue Brown and/or Max Lehnen?
I don't know. I buy romance because I want a happy ever after. Real life is a lot harder to find HEA.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
If the couple had developed a plan of action to make a HEA.
Which character – as performed by Max Lehnen – was your favorite?
Both of the lead characters were sweet.
Did Isle of Wishes inspire you to do anything?
Any additional comments?
I don't like to do spoilers but maybe does not appeal to me and I wish they would let you know that when the book is described.