Sunday, August 24, 2014

Safe Place by Sage Marlowe



Title: Safe Place
Series: Romeo and Julian, 4
Author: Sage Marlowe
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Page Count:93
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Reviewer:  Redz











Publisher Blurb:
Some good boys are best when they’re bad—and FBI-Agent Julian Harris knows that no one is better at being bad than his lover Romeo Paris Montague. They are assigned a new case, the high-profile Houdini-Heist. It leads them to France, Romeo’s country of origin, where he is supposed to play his role as an art thief to meet a contact person.

When events take a dramatic turn, more secrets from Romeo’s mysterious past are revealed, and some of them have the potential to get them killed. At the same time, the wish for a quieter life and a blast from the past leads Romeo into a temptation that is hard to resist.

But is running away from the only safe place he’s ever known and escaping to the dark side really the solution for Romeo? Or can Julian convince him that there is another way out?







Review:

A Safe Place by Sage Marlowe is my first time reading this series.  I wasn’t lost at all. I really appreciated that.    Julian loves Romeo but their jobs have kept them apart for a long time. Though they have foundation of love, doubt is being to creep in. Is Julian enough for Romeo?   They are both agents so they know the value of trust.  When they take a case together they both get to put to the test just how much they do trust each other. I liked the mystery of the case being thrown into this on going love story, it added another layer to the love I could feel these two had for each other.
Ms. Marlowe has really made me feel connected to both Romeo and Julian. They have a strong emotional connection to each other that jumps off the page.   I love the writing style in this book, its all in one point of view. That can be hard but Ms Marlowe makes it look easy and effortless.
I want to go back now and read how they met I bet it would be a fun read. These two can manage to find trouble trying or not.   This book has intrigue, lots of love, and two hot men I will not soon forget.  I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a good solid romance with a hint of spy games thrown in. I am looking forward to reading and going back to seeing what I missed from this series. 

                                    Five Shooting Stars





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