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Erik Mitchell traveled the world uncovering art fraud and relic theft, which pitted him against spoiled billionaires, unscrupulous collectors, mobsters, and cartels. He worked with law enforcement across the US and Europe, but then a sting goes wrong, Erik ends up injured and returns to find his partner cheating. He decides to stop globetrotting and buy an antique shop in scenic Cape May, New Jersey, rebuild his life, and nurse his broken heart.

Undercover Newark cop Ben Nolan went down in a hail of bullets when a bust went sideways, after a tip-off from a traitor inside the department. When he recovers, he spends a couple of years as a private investigator, only to tire of seeing the worst of human nature. So when his aunt offers him the chance to take over her rental real estate business in Cape May, it seems too good to be true. Now if he could just believe he could ever be lucky again in love.

Sparks fly when Erik and Ben meet. But when a cursed hotel's long-ago scandals resurface, the two men are pulled into a web of lies, danger, and deception that will test their bond - and might make them Cape May's newest ghosts!

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Gail Z. Martin (P)2020 Tantor

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Not sure about the narrator

Love the story and looking forward to more in this series John Solo’s voice had this sharp emphasis at the end of sentences or on certain words that was both irritating and distracting.

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  • 31-10-20

Awesome story-line & terrific characters!

Awesome story-line with terrific characters create a outstanding listen! I so enjoyed this narration... he really brought the characters to life for me! I absolutely was immediately caught up in the plot and i really fell in love with these MC's. They are so very likable and interesting men, you just want to get to spend lots more time with them. Erik and Ben have an amazing connection and i am so looking forward to more mysteries to solve and more relationship to explore. I really enjoy Morgan Brice's writing and how the story unfolds with just the right pacing and the scenes keep you totally engaged. We were introduced to some really great supporting characters that i so want to get to know much better. I am so glad that this is the start to a new series! I loved the town and want to spend lots more time there. Lot's of mysteries to unravel and people to explore.

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  • 20-10-20

dramatic and repetitive

so. the plot was good but the narration and writing was over the top dramatic. and the constant repetition of the characters names is too annoying to deal with. Erich this and Erich that and then David did this, and David did this as well, and David again, like we are likely to forget or not to follow who interacts whitout constant reminding. I can't handle that kind of writing anymore. likewise their thoights, interactions and descriptions thereof is just too overdramatic, simplified and immature. maybe if the narrator hadn't spiked the narration with overdramatised pronunciation the mistakes of the writing might have been tolerable, but as it stands it was a sad work altogether. I did not finish it.