Waves Of Fortune

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Jim Barton, a former hustler trying to escape a painful past, meets Greg Abel at a private Caribbean island resort. Despite significant differences in their ages and family backgrounds-Greg is heir to a technology fortune-sexual attraction draws them to one another, and they become lovers. But those differences aren't the only problem when they discover Greg's older brother has been murdered.

While Jim and Greg agree they are destined to be together, Jim wonders whether love ...

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Overview

Jim Barton, a former hustler trying to escape a painful past, meets Greg Abel at a private Caribbean island resort. Despite significant differences in their ages and family backgrounds-Greg is heir to a technology fortune-sexual attraction draws them to one another, and they become lovers. But those differences aren't the only problem when they discover Greg's older brother has been murdered.

While Jim and Greg agree they are destined to be together, Jim wonders whether love truly exists, and Greg refuses to give himself completely until his brother's murderer is discovered. They devise a way to flush out the killer, but when the plan goes wrong, it doesn't just mean the killer may go free-it might destroy Jim and Greg's future.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615813056
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
  • Publication date: 1/11/2010
  • Pages: 246
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Posted March 20, 2010

    A FABULOUS BOOK, A MUST READ

    If you are looking for a story that has a heart-warming romance and an intriguing murder mystery, then this is certainly the book for you. Two very different men. Greg, from a wealthy family, and Jim, who was rejected by his parents and spent long painful years as a hustler. They meet at an island resort where Greg has brought his yacht to shelter from the approaching storm. Two men who have never found love before find that love in each other. Many obstacles block their way, the least of which is Greg's brother's murder, a murder that Greg is a suspect for. There are also many and varied other suspects among the characters who form the support cast, keeping the reader intrigued until the very end. A classic whodunit. This is an extremely well written book and I have no hesitation in recommending it to any reader who is looking for a book that will capture, and hold, your interest from first page to last. Well done to Ms. LeVine Topol, you have a book here you should be very proud of, I enjoyed it immensely...

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