A Cole McGinnis Mystery
Cole Kenjiro McGinnis, ex-cop and PI, is trying to get over the shooting death of his lover when a supposedly routine investigation lands in his lap. Investigating the apparent suicide of a prominent Korean businessman's son proves to be anything but ordinary, especially when it introduces Cole to the dead man's handsome cousin, Kim Jae-Min.
Jae-Min's cousin had a dirty little secret, the kind that Cole has been familiar with all his life and that Jae-Min is still hiding from his family. The investigation leads Cole from tasteful mansions to seedy lover's trysts to Dirty Kiss, the place where the rich and discreet go to indulge in desires their traditional-minded families would rather know nothing about.
It also leads Cole McGinnis into Jae-Min's arms, and that could be a problem. Jae-Min's cousin's death is looking less and less like a suicide, and Jae-Min is looking more and more like a target. Cole has already lost one lover to violence-he's not about to lose Jae-Min too.
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Almost better than the book!!! And I love the book
One of the best! Great narrator. Knowing the whole series and the characters throughout, Greg Tremblay plays Cole perfect! His change in character voice is great as well as his singing voice (hehe Scarlet) He is a little aloof in the beginning, but that is Cole to a "T"
Ugg, so many, probably when Bobby tries to get Cole to admit he misses Ben!
The first scene being chased by the older woman in Leather.
Yes, but not possible but will listen again
Now I am bugging Rhys for the second installment!!! Great series, Her Sinners series is great too and a different narrator.
- Kindle Customer "T.Henry"
Dirty Kiss...on my list (of favorites, that is)
Definitely would recommend. The characters are like people in real life. One minute you want to hug them and the next you want to strangle them. The mystery kept me glued to the story and I do love a good mystery.
Jae-Sin. He was realistic about his situation and verbalized it very matter of factly. People from many cultures are faced with more difficult decisions when they're gay and many times throughout the story I wanted to smack Cole in the back of his head for not being more sensitive to this. I was thrilled when he finally got it.
Jae-Sin. He faced his life with dignity and though I wouldn't have made the same choices he did when it came to his family, I understand and respect them.
Can't wait for the second installment.
- Libros Lover