Seven years ago, Jase awoke with the mystical power to heal people - and no memory of his past. The only clue to his identity is the number 40 tattooed on his arm. Driven by a mission he doesn't understand, Jase follows his visions to those he's meant to save. He is convinced that the 40th person he's drawn to - a little girl named Macy Pearl - is the key to finally learning the truth.…
Social worker Lucas Jacobson has made a promise to protect Macy, orphaned when her parents were brutally murdered. So when Jase shows up in Naples claiming he's there to heal the child, Lucas is wary, despite his attraction to the enigmatic stranger.
Then Macy is abducted, and Lucas has no choice but to trust in Jase. Scouring the city from its glitzy resorts to its seedy underbelly only deepens the mystery - and draws the two men closer. But Jase is certain of one thing: If Macy dies, a dark fate awaits them all.
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Too Much Gratuitous Sex!
It could have been time well spent if the story focused more on the healing powers of Jas and his relationship with the 40 people he was tasked to heal.
Too much gratuitous gay sex. I am not anti gay. The book could have been downsized by half or more if the excessive amount of sex (gay or straight) were omitted. The author needn't remove all the sex scenes, but what is there is excessive.
Actually I liked the performance of the character Lucas. I have a few gay friends and Lucas sounds nearly identical to one of them.
Nothing was mentioned in the publisher's summary about this book being full of sex. I thought it was a book about a person with the power to heal and the 40 people that he was tasked to heal. There were only three healings, two were very brief.
Don't mind me. I went to see the movie "The Piano" years ago. When the movie ended I was dumbfounded. I couldn't understand what the movie had to do with a piano.
Good mystery. Kept my interest.