A STICKY, MESSY AFFAIR
A missing young woman, an abusive boyfriend, and a trail with dead-end clues have Clay Mortimer and Tate Williams of M&W Investigations chasing their tails. Not a position they often find themselves in, if ever. When an employee of the erotic chocolate shop in Fetish Alley disappears, the usual suspects don’t pan out, and Tate and Clay need to find the clue that’ll help them solve the case. When chocolate molds of the missing woman’s body parts start being delivered and are accompanied by odd notes, the urgency to find her ratchets up. And through it all, Tate and Clay find all sorts of delicious ways to spice up their love
A Jolly Holiday With Tate & Clay! Snow Angels Optional!
MMy Thoughts and Review:
Ahhh…Fetish Alley, the only place in the UK where Father Christmas comes early and most likely enjoys being strapped to a St. Andrews Cross while being spanked like he were a naughty elf. 🎅
Where shop windows may be decked out in lewd fairy lights, displays of peacocks with foil wrapped chocolate c*cks for tails, and restaurants that serve food that might need to be chased around your plate with a fork, and could quite possibly beg you with pleading eyes NOT to eat it. 😂
However quirky and offbeat this small community, they take care of each other, and look out for one another. It is because of this that Tate and Clay have been called to the alley once more. One of the alley’s own has gone missing without a trace.
As Tate and Clay put their heads together and work with the police to try and find the young woman, chocolate moulds of body parts begin to show up.
This has been my favorite in the series so far. While I am absolutely over the moon for Tate because he is smothered in sarcasm like mashed potatoes in gravy, in book #3 we get to enjoy Clay’s playful side. It felt like once Clay hung up his suits, he relaxed more. Oh he is still every bit the professional, and a strong father figure to Jax, but as the Christmas holiday approached he reconnected with his youth and it was a joy to see. ❄⛄❄
I also loved getting a deeper look into the romance between Relio and Tomas, who have both been strong secondary characters since the first book and I am crossing my fingers that we get more more more…Please and Thank YOU, more! 💖
This series is so much fun! It is funny, quirky, sexy AF, and actually quite swoon worthy at times, as romance goes. **sigh… If you haven’t read this series, you are missing out. Yes, you can read them as stand-alones, but really why would you?😂
5 symphony-in-street-art-stars ✨✨✨✨✨