While the investigations go on in Dallas and Baton Rouge after the disappearance of a senator’s daughter, CJ and Paige are sent to find out if there is a link with more than 50 years of random and unsolved disappearances and the isolated community of Hoganville.
But the biggest challenge for the sparring FBI agents will be their mutual attraction and whether they can play-act being a couple while posing as teachers, or whether their one night of unresolved passion will overtake their apparent mutual antipathy.
Soon the odd behaviour of the locals has them digging deeper into Hogansville and a sinister presence threatens them all.
I loved this new story line. Lesbian Romance Crime Horror.. new genre on me. I was quite shocked by the negative reviews. Yes its a new direction, but cant authors try something different?
I couldn’t take the horror too seriously, found it more tongue in cheek than Stephen King frightening – think X files, but with a smoldering Scully that the seemingly uptight Paige finds hard to resist.
Love CJ and Paige, fun new characters, typical exaggerated but recognisable lesbian romance.. fancying the pants of each other (literally) but refusing to deal with it, and then just not being able to resist the pull.
Look forward to more of them, their team and their wacky cases and watching what Gerri does next with their odd romance.
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