Laurel Heights

Laurel Heights

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by Lisa Worrall
     
 

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Detectives Scott Turner and Will Harrison are sent undercover after an apparent murder/suicide in Laurel Heights, an exclusive gay housing community. Will the two closeted officers be able to hide their attraction while each believing the other is straight? And is there a killer amongst them waiting to claim his next victim?

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Detectives Scott Turner and Will Harrison are sent undercover after an apparent murder/suicide in Laurel Heights, an exclusive gay housing community. Will the two closeted officers be able to hide their attraction while each believing the other is straight? And is there a killer amongst them waiting to claim his next victim?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This title includes scenes of dubious consent.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614956426
Publisher:
Silver Publishing
Publication date:
04/30/2012
Pages:
532
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.19(d)

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Laurel Heights 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
About 580 pages. The story line was great, and so were the character. Im pretty sure that there will be another book to this one to make a series. The book was filled with easy bickering between the two main character, that made the chatacters feel real. I loved all the character, and even had a tear jerking moment. You wont regret buying this book.
banjs24 More than 1 year ago
Great story, the two main character's evolving relationship centered this story. At times their bickering was hilarious. The sexual chemistry was very strong. The ending was creepy but went along with the mystery the characters were dealing with.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was suspenseful and riveting as well as warm and romantic. It rouses emotions and keeps you guessing whats coming next. It made me rethink my position on the death penalty as well as evil hate and biggotry. I found myself going back to reread
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
This duology has a little bit of everything: sex, crime, mystery, heartache, bad guys, good guys, friendships, and above all love. Will and Scott are an amazing pair. I guess to a certain extent they represent the cliche of closeted cops who hate each other, at least on the surface, but are thrown together undercover and then learn certain truths about each other. But cliche or not, the relationship between the two as well as their partners, Grace and Julie, are so well written and entertaining that my heart was captured from the very beginning and are in no way read as typical. As for the mystery/crime, that too is edge of the seat expertly crafted, even though I had a fair idea who the culprit was especially in book 2, riding along watching Will and Scott figure it out was nail biting. For me, Laurel Heights falls into the "journey is more important than destination" category. I have never read this author before but I will definitely be checking out other works by Lisa Worrall because Laurel Heights is powerful.
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I loved this book! It had passion, drama, humor and smoking hot sex. Definitely recommended!
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