The Lucky Cat by L.M. Somerton

The Lucky Cat by L.M. Somerton
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Suspense/Mystery/Thriller, LGBTQ
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Mistletoe

Antiques and ammunition do not mix well.

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Detective Gage Roskam is hunting stolen jewels taken from a Tokyo exhibition then shipped to Seattle. Mired in a deadly race involving the Yakuza, an enigmatic Englishman and too many indecipherable clues, he doesn’t have time to indulge in Dominant fantasies.

When their worlds collide, neither Landry nor Gage expects things to get quite as complicated—or dangerous—as they do. When Landry steps into the path of some powerful, ruthless people, it’s up to Gage to protect him. Along the way they might just discover what they both need.

Landry Carran may be content with a quiet life, but his personality is anything but quiet. When detective and dominant Gage Roskam shows up at the antique store that Landry works at the sparks fly. Right from the start the heat soars between the two men. As Gage continues to work the case about stolen jewels it seems that Landry is somehow connected and the two try to figure out just where Landry fits in to it all. As Landry and Gage try to figure out just why Landry is targeted, they find that their attraction cannot be denied.

I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. Landry endeared himself to this reader right off and Gage is the perfect match for him. Gage may be demanding but we can see the emotions and the love that he is growing for Landry. The two are good together and I adored the banter between them. No matter what happens Gage is ready to support and protect Landry. Their story is an adventure and I loved seeing the two come together. Not only do we get to see Landry and Gage find their way, but they are also dealing with mystery of the missing jewels. Along the way we also get to meet some intriguing supporting characters that have so much to say. All the characters have a lot of personality to them and the good world building makes this a wonderful read that you can get lost in. The Lucky Cat brings readers to a fun and engaging world that I hope to get to return to.

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