This is a guest review by Lily Harlem.
Oliver gets calls from the dead, imploring him to help them find their killers. He’s heard them since he was a child and now assists the police in their investigations. He works closely with Detective Langham—and has steadily fallen more in love with him every day of the six months he’s known him. But does Langham feel the same? Is Langham even gay?
When Oliver answers the call of a dead woman, he finds himself standing in a remote field, gazing down at her corpse. Someone else is out there with him, though, watching, waiting to cause him harm. After he’s run off the road, Oliver has no choice but to aid Langham in finding her killer—no choice because more people are killed and more people call out to him…he’s unable to ignore their pleas.
As the body count grows and the investigation becomes more complex, Oliver realises that Langham is indeed very gay—and out to make Oliver his.
Book One in the Voices series.
Sugar Strands is one of those books that sucks you in and holds you hostage right until the very last page. The characters are complex, believable and sexy as hell. The plot keeps you on your toes and turning the pages—there is nothing predictable about it and at times it had me cheering, at other times wondering if I should be running for the hills.
Oliver and Langham are a truly great match. I adored their dialogue and cheeky banter. It cranked up the sexual tension throughout the book, making you sooo want it to happen for them. But how could it when so much horror is going on?
Needless to say, in true Masters style, this book does not disappoint on any level. Whether you are after a hot M/M with no holds barred sex, a twisting, turning plot or a bit of crime and horror, this will certainly tick every box. Go grab a copy today and immerse yourself in the world of Voices.