Genres: M/M Romance, Paranormal Romance
Published by Riptide
Released on 5 December 2017
Pages: 8 hours 58 minutes
Seeing a vision of his twin brother’s death leads a troubled man with empathic abilities and a boatload of past troubles to seek out the truth of his brother’s death. Nate’s search unearths dark family secrets, an organization of psychics in NYC, and a possibility of love. I only meant to listen for a little while and found myself pulled in and captivated.
Insight is from Nate’s point of view and I enjoyed getting to know this guy who could not seem to catch a break. There is always a bittersweet quality to him as he slogs through his life avoiding his hometown bullies and his whacked out family. There is so much he doesn’t know and it seems that everyone is keeping him in the dark.
But then he encounters Trent. Wow, was this guy a wonderful rush of fresh air and sunshine in Nate’s life. I loved the slow and steady way the pair get to know each other on their road trip from Texas to NYC. Trent is as normal and average as it comes with no psychic abilities, but he is the strength and loyalty and friendship that Nate learns is more valuable than having some psychic gift.
The mystery is intriguing and I went through this book not sure who was the biggest danger because so many of the characters are more than they seem. I was proud of myself for figuring out early on who Nate’s secret helper was though even that story had so much more to it than I originally guessed. This got intense and exciting and I was right there, riveted. I couldn’t seem to put this book aside.
Greg Boudreaux was a new to me narrator, but I was well pleased with his fabulous work on this book. He was a big part of why I was so into the story. He had a good sized cast of characters to act and I thought he got them and the situation and tone of each scene just right.
All in all, I was thrilled with this first entry of The Community series. I’m definitely going back for me. Those who enjoy intense mysteries with a paranormal element and a slow burn m/m romance should give this book/series a go.
My thanks to Riptide Publishing for the opportunity to listen to this book in exchange for an honest review.
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