Created by L.B. Gregg
Warning: This book contains graphic language, sex, lies, intrigue, clowns, kleptomania, anal sex, oral sex, mutual masturbation, bad driving, good cooking, and the missing head of a Justin Timberlake statue. Not for the sour of disposition.
— preface to Catch Me If You Can
When the series kicks off, with Catch Me If You Can (2010), Caesar Romano is a lowly art gallery assistant in New York City, taking his first baby steps out of the closet. And then hotshot private eye Dan walks into his life.
Dan’s cool and cocky in a way Caesar will never be, and, as the blurb goes, he’s “a man of many gifts: investigation, security, sex talk and driving Caesar nuts in and out of the bedroom.”
More romantic farce than hard-boiled hijinks, the author has a lot of fun putting the star-crossed lovers through their paces, tossing in such obstacles as blackmail, unexpected airbag attacks, stolen art, overbearing soap stars, overly lusty Germans and a statue of Justin Timberlake with its head lopped off.
Sorta like Shell Scott, if good ol’ Sheldon was, you know, that way.
- Catch Me If You Can (2010) | Buy this book | Kindle it!
- Trust Me If You Dare (2010) | Buy this book | Kindle it!
- With This Bling (2015) | Buy this book | Kindle it!