An Art Series novel
Frank Jennings is an FBI agent looking for redemption. Leslie Carlton is an Interpol agent looking for a thief. Attraction flares from the moment they meet on a case, searching for a stolen triptych of unique Tiffany windows. But after a single night of stunning passion, Leslie is called back to London to continue his search there. When the case heats up again, Leslie returns to the States - and to Frank - but their investigation is complicated by their tumultuous feelings. Is it possible for two dedicated detectives to pursue each other while they're tracking down stolen art and the unscrupulous man who steals it?
Would you consider the audio edition of Artistic Pursuits to be better than the print version?
I haven't read the print version but it would be hard to beat the audio.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Artistic Pursuits?
There was a very dramatic moment at the end had me really swiping at my kindle and nibbling my nails. (sorry can't say it would be a spoiler)
What about John Solo’s performance did you like?
I love John Solo's performances. his voice is perfect for this series and he gave each character a distinctive personality. I have to say I was impressed with a secondary character in this book and I think John solo really made that prominent.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No not really other than an audible gasp at the memorable moment I couldn't mention above.
Any additional comments?
This is the third book in the Art Series and stands perfectly on its own. It is an entirely different story, though we get a brief visit with Nicolai and Brian,
Artistic Pursuits is more of a mystery suspense than the first two books.
rank is an FBI agent that is trying to redeem himself. He gets a case about some missing Tiffany windows and an Interpol agent from London steps in. Leslie is trying to get a shady art collector in Japan and is hoping these windows lead him to them.
As in all Andrew Grey books, the characters are intriguing. The story is interesting and sexy. A perfect read for anyone liking MM mystery suspense with a touch of hot man-sex.
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