The Monet Murders (The Art of Murder #2)

The Monet Murders (The Art of Murder #2) The Last Thing Jason West, Ambitious FBI Special Agent With The Art Crimes Team Wants Or Needs Is His Uncertain And Unacknowledged Romantic Relationship With Legendary Behavioral Analysis Unit Chief Sam Kennedy.And It Seems Like Sam Is Unsold On The Idea As Well.But Personal Feelings Must Be Put Aside When Sam Requests Jason S Help In Order To Catch A Deranged Killer Targeting Wealthy, Upscale Art Collectors. Worth the wait for a crazy little thing called love and murder.Jason West is working a case of art fraud when a calling card is left by the Santa Monica pier Not far from the swanky hotels A summons for his expertise brings him back into contact with Sam Kennedy That fire has been banked while they each pursue their respective careers separated by a continent Will it be stoked So, this was a lovely installment in the Sam Jason story and the mystery was good and gruesome Higher flying wit Worth the wait for a crazy little thing called love and murder.Jason Wes
BEAUTIFUL OMG, I loved this book Granted, I didn t like the first half It felt like a rehash of what we had to suffer through with Adrien and Jake at their lowest Not to mention that Sam and Jason are separated by location for most of the book AND SIMPLY DIDN T COMMUNICATE BUT once Sam and Jason are together on the same page no kidding , things hit off so beautifully that I was literally drooling 3 3 3Their sex is one of the hottest moments in any Lanyon novel, I think.I also BEAUTIFUL OMG, I loved this book Granted, I didn t like the first half It felt like a rehash of what we had to suffer through with Adrien and Jake at their lowest Not to mention that Sam and Jason are separated by location for most of the book AND SIMPLY DIDN T COMMUNICATE BUT once Sam and Jason are together on the same page no kidding , things hit off so beautifully that I was literally drooling 3 3 3Their sex is one of the hottest moments in any Lanyon novel, I think.I also LOVE how revealing bits and pieces about Sam who AGAIN didn t get his own POV a true mystery guy resulted in establishing Sam and Jason as a perfectly independent couple I hope with noAdrien Jake vibes The plot was well done again I absolutely loved the atmosphere Misty Camden Island with its many graveyards The ruined clock tower Breathtaking.Once again, a r
Review written November 30, 20174.8 Stars Simply fabulous Lanyon stuffBook 2 in The Art of Murder Yay, back to these two The last thing Jason West, ambitious FBI special agent with the Art Crimes Team wants or needs is his uncertain and unacknowledged romantic relationship with legendary Behavioral Analysis Unit Chief Sam Kennedy We remember them from The Mermaid Murders The Monet Murders was so very good in every way It hooked Review written November 30, 20174.8 Stars Simply fabulous Lanyon stuffBook 2 in The Art of Murder Yay, back to these two The last thing Jason West, ambitious FBI special agent with the Art Crimes Team wants or needs is his uncertain and unacknowledged romantic relationship with legendary Behavioral Analysis Unit Chief Sam Kennedy We remember them from The Mermaid Murders The Monet Murders was so very good in every way It hooked me completely and I enjoyed every second of this audiobook listening most of
4,5 starsThe waiting was worth it The second installment didn t disappoint a great mystery, charismatic characters and a lot of FEELINGS I m a BIG fan of Art Crime novels, unfortunately I haven t come across them too often in the LGBT genre With The Art of Murder series Josh Lanyon killed two birds with one stone for me, I don t literally mean the number of deaths in t
Okay, so after reading the real final, I m gonna give this one a 5er Wooooop So I guess I m waiting on an updated version of the book because there was some kinda problem Whoops I m still waiting on it, sooooo yep Will change my review accordingly, haha Original review Wait, what Okay So close to 5 stars But like Okay Where to start I love the romance in this book I adore it It s not easy and it s not all hearts and rainbows Not to say it s filled with angst, but these are mes Okay, so after reading the real final, I m gonna give this one a 5er Wooooop So I guess I m waiting on an updated version of the book because there was some kinda problem Whoops I m still waiting on it, sooooo yep Will change my review accordingly, haha Original review Wait, what Okay So close to 5 stars But like Okay Where to start I love the romance in this book I adore it It s not easy and it s not all hearts and rainbows Not to say it s filled with angst, but these are messy relationships between people who, okay, don t always put love first Which is realistic That s the case for a lot of people I can relate I can appreciate that It makes the happiest of the happy moments bett
4.5 stars I was looking forward to catching up with Jason and Sam, having read listen to the audio of The Mermaid Murders not too long ago.It s been about eight months since the plot case of the first books, where also Sam and Jason finally gave into temptation and fell into bed with each other Sam held back, though, but was frank about it, telling Jason he wasn t a man to be involved with But Sam couldn t keep away from Jason, and they tentatively agreed on a future dinner date when their paths cro I was looking forward to catching up with Jason and Sam, having read listen to the audio of The Mermaid Murders not too long ago.It s been about eight months since the plot case of the first books, where also Sam and Jason finally gave into temptation and fell into bed with each other Sam held back, though, but was frank about it, telling Jason he wasn t a man to be involved with But Sam couldn t keep away from Jason, and they tentatively agreed on a future dinner date when their paths crossed again.Since then, they haven t met, but they have kept in touch There has been numerous late night casual talk that they both appreciated When Jason gets called in to a scene by Sam in the city Jason lives, Jason gets a cold shoulder from Sam It s like they haven t met or h
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 3.25 starsHmmm I am not entirely loving this one It sbecause of preference of the mystery I guess When Jason is being called into crime scene of a murdered art buyer with a fake Monet painting on site, and how Sam says that the painting is the calling card of a serial killer , I was ecstatic I love serial killer in my mystery It s my favorite theme, probably.Unfortunately afterwards, Jason isn t exactly involved with the serial killer case That is Sam s case And Sam is pretty m 3.25 starsHmmm I am not entirely loving this one It sbecause of preference of the mystery I guess When Jason is being called into crime scene of a murdered art buyer with a fake Monet painting on site, and how Sam says that the painting is the calling card of a serial killer , I was ecstatic I love serial killer in my mystery It s my favorite theme, probably.Unfortunately afterwards, Jason isn t exactly involved with the serial killer case That is Sam s case And Sam is pretty much missing in this book because he is juggling many cases including apparently, Adam Darling s case that is written previously in Winter Kill, since this book and that one sort of overlapped Instead Jason s main case is investigating the fraud
Once again JL writes with her eyes, her heart and her pen open to beauty around her It is an intrinsic part of her writing Ok then the shadows of dark deeds enter into the story and you can see the contrast betwee
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