Justin Warfield ran away to Italy to put the events of last summer and a certain dark-haired private eye behind him, to no avail. If anything, he can't help but rehash what happened over and over. When he finally returns to South Carolina, the hotel he runs with his brother has suffered a series of incidents that are starting to look less accidental after a death threat is received
Not satisifed that Moses lee and his local police will find the culprit, Peter Warfield calls in the services of his good friend Marcus Drummond to help. Marcus is torn. He wants to help his friend, but he also knows that if Justin has moved on after their failed flirtation last summer, he will be devastated.
Tensions mount as danger seems to follow them at every turn, stalking them as they get closer to solving the mystery of who is behind the sabotage of the hotel.
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I read the first book in this series and found it interesting. SPOILERS if you have not read book 1. Justin had run away to escape what happened and when he comes back to SC he finds out that the hotel keeps having accident that happen. They are considered accidents until a death threat arrives and now they start to think that something is wrong. Peter decides to seek extra help and calls Marcus to help him. Marcus is torn because he wants to help him but he is upset over what happened the previous summer and doesn't want to see Justin possibly happy with someone else. The problem is that someone is trying to sabotage the hotel. The author managed to make the characters even deeper than before. Poor Marcus and Justin have so much to work through after the previous summer and you can feel the tension along with the desire to find out what is really happening. Did they lose their chance or will they have a second chance at love? Will they be able to find out who is behind the problems before something more drastic happens? While this is a good book it looks like they are setting it up for a 3rd book which would be good. I did find it a bit predictable but it still was a good book.