Title: One Breath Brings Death
Series: An Aaron Jaycynth Mystery, # 2
Author: John Charles
Genre: Mystery & Detective / Arson / Murder / Revenge / Mystery Suspense / BDSM
Length: Novella (113 pages)
Publisher: Manifest Vision Publishing (April 24th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: In One Breath Brings Death, the second Aaron Jaycynth Mystery, Aaron is thrust into the underworld of murder, arson, and fraud.
Someone is systematically targeting the directors of Remedcon Pharmaceuticals. While investigating the Remedcon arsons, Aaron finds himself at a crossroad in his personal life, when a former colleague wants to become his submissive.
Gillert Taylor’s car explodes, Ian Fachan’s house bursts into flames, a deadly smoke bomb floods the Remedcon lobby in thick black clouds.
Notes left at each crime scene advise Taylor to tell the truth or more people will get hurt.
While investigating the Remedcon arsons, Aaron finds himself at a crossroad in his personal life, when a former colleague wants to become his submissive. Aaron is dragged into the dark side of the BDSM world of torture, pain and domination as they investigate the fantasy world his sub desires.
This thrill-ride takes Aaron deep into the world of corporate conspiracy and abuse while his private life plunges to depths he had only heard about.
Product Link: http://www.amazon.com/Breath-Brings-Death-Jaycynth-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00VY23CIK
Review: This is the second book in An Aaron Jaycynth Mystery. Though I didn’t read the first I truly enjoyed this book though a few times i was confused. The mystery itself was awesome. I felt myself slowly sitting on the edge of my seat wondering what Aaron and his team was going to do.
It seemed as though Aaron was a little out of his death with his personal life. I felt the BDSM scene was a little much and the story would have flowed more smoothly without it. Aside from that I enjoyed it.
Great read that draws the reader into a mystery that needs to be solved before anyone is killed, though at times I thought I had it figured out and other times I was scratching my head. At the same time Aaron struggles with his personal life to please a sub.
All in all it was really good.
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