What To Read Wednesday: Dirty Laundry by Rhys Ford

What To Read Wednesday is a weekly feature at Fiction Vixen. Each Wednesday one of the Fiction Vixen reviewers will tell you about a book they’ve recently read that they think you need to read too. This week, Angela recommends:

Dirty Laundry by Rhys Ford

Dirty Laundry Rhys Ford

I’ve been in love with the Cole McGinnis series by Rhys Ford since reading book one, Dirty Kiss. Our hero Cole is a half Japanese, half Irish former police officer turned private investigator. While in the course of an investigation he meets his lover Jae. He and Jae’s relationship have evolved quite a bit over the last three books. In Dirty Laundry we get to see them face some fears, grow closer and come to terms with how they are going to go forward in their relationship. Cole is so manly and funny, Jae is still a bit of an enigma, seemingly strong and delicate at the same time. The mysteries they get themselves involved with are quite well done and I believe any lover of m/m romance who hasn’t tried this series yet should definitely put it on their TBR list. Review for Dirty Laundry coming on Friday.

“No matter what you’re going through, Jae,” I whispered into the shell of his ear. “I’m going to be here. Whatever you need, I’ll make happen. It’ll be okay, I promise you, baby, I’ll make it okay.”

Dirty Laundry by Rhys Ford
April 19th 2013 by Dreamspinner Press
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Comments

  1. says

    This sounds goooood. I’m always on the look out for more mm romance along the same lines as the Cut & Run series and this sounds very much like it. I’m going to toodle off and buy book one. Thanks for the rec :)

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