For the last six months, Detective James Ralston has worked the nightshift as security for the Pacific Blue Hotel, and every night at 2 a.m. his rounds lead him to the radio room where the handsome and mysterious Franklin Fairchild sits listening to waltzes as old as the hotel itself. James is drawn to Franklin, but Franklin is a man at the end of his rope, and James has no intention of getting caught up in whatever trouble Franklin is in. A heated encounter late one night sends James down a disturbing path and has him questioning everything around him, including his very sanity.
Cool. Just…cool. This was my first exposure to Charlie Cochet and what a great little bedtime snack.
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This novella had me hooked from the minute I started and I was unable to put it down until I finished it.
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Charlie Cochet did a fantastic job in setting the mood for this story. I read this short straight through and without giving much away, there was mystery, romance, action and something otherworldly tying things together.
~ Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews | Read the full review here.
Oh my! This is a delicious little nugget from Charlie Cochet that is full of surprises. Charlie Cochet adds some beautiful touches of old New York style and the beauty that once was the Pacific Blue, as well as her signature romantic style. Above all, this is a love story that will hopefully leave each reader with a little sad smile in the end.
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