Saturday, January 16, 2016
Nanee's Review of The Element Case by Edward Kendrick
Clay Richardson is a well-known artist who owns his own gallery.
Quint Hawk, a police detective, makes contact with Clay when he sees a portrait Clay has painted in the window of the gallery--a portrait of a homeless young man who was murdered just days before. Unfortunately, Clay has no idea who the subject was.
Several months later, Quint contacts Clay to again ask about one of Clay's paintings. The subject has been murdered, as has a third man in another of his paintings.
The reclusive artist and the handsome detective are drawn to each other as they try to determine what is happening and why. They come up with a plan to catch the killer--a plan that could end up in their deaths before they can decide if there is more to their feelings than a couple of very good nights in Clay's bed.
Wow! another sexy and sweet story written by Edward Kendrick. I loved the characters. Quint is a detective trying to solve a murder or murders throughout the story, he's sexy, sweet and kick ass. Clay is a jerk at first, lol. Love when he blows A admirer off. Then he turns caring, sweet and kick ass in his own right. Love these two characters together. Edward has a knack for writing memorable characters that fit perfectly together. This story has action, intrigue, mystery and a sexy all in one. I can't get enough of Edward's stories, I get lost in the story and fall for the characters every time. This story takes you on a who done it ride with twists and turns. Very entertaining. 5 stars
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