- Book Title: Lost Gold
- Author: Jae Jordon
- Publisher: SelfPub (April 10, 2015)
- Book Length: 161 pages
- Genre: Gay, Romance, Contemporary, Adventure
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Posting Date: July 2, 2015
Jae Jordon has a way of bringing suspense to the pages of her books. She is darn good at writing a mystery, she will leave you guessing and calculating the next moves. This is one of those stories where the long lost relative finds out they’ve inherited and estate in the UK.
Arden has made a good life for himself at a very young age, he is a partner in a successful Health & Fitness resort. The suspense all starts with Arden’s ex asking about the black book that Arden keeps, it then intensifies when he receives the call from Miles in the UK with a voice that gets Arden’s libido running in overdrive. The author mixes in a colorful group of secondary characters that are all intertwined in the mystery that the black book contains. As the reader I was kept in suspense just as much as the characters, which was a highlight for me, it is a sign of a really well thought out plot and exceptional writing.
This is a book that I didn’t want to end. There was so much going on that it held my attention on each page and that allowed me to be fully engrossed by the story. The sexual scenes were hot and sensual at the same time, Arden is a very talented lover.
The Book Description:
Smart, alluring, pants-droppingly-handsome Arden Goodman, orphaned by his drug addict mother and never knew his father. Diagnosed as a high functioning sociopath in his teens, he worked as a male prostitute. Now at twenty five he’s the proud owner of a number of very successful spa and fitness resorts.
Bill Young, a strikingly good-looking young man, had been Arden’s business partner and lover for the last six years. An ex-prostitute who has devoted himself to Arden for the last ten years, enduring an on-off romantic relationship.
However, Arden’s and Bill’s relationship gets put to the test when Arden receives a call from England. A grandmother, he didn’t know he had, has left him a sizable inheritance. The caller was Miles Snow, whose voice so captivated Arden he was on the next flight to England. He intends to sate his sexual desires with the man on the other end of the phone line. The only obstacle being that Snow is straight. A fact Arden is determined to disregard.
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