All the Secrets in Pearl by Emily Ryan-Davis

Story: 7.5
Presentation: 9
Total: 16.5
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
M/M erotic Historical
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Blurb: Sequel to All the Trees in Pearl, All the Women in Pearl and Interlude in Pearl

Five years ago James Carver traded small-town secrets for the scandalous nightlife of Victorian Paris. He went looking for answers but discovered a taste for a man’s hard body and a talent for spinning erotic tales.

Now he’s being framed for crimes he didn’t commit and hunted for secrets he doesn’t want to reveal. He could run again, but private investigator Maxwell Simon has other plans. James soon finds himself on his knees, breaking vows and enjoying very unconventional hospitality.

Reader Advisory: Novel includes all the luscious stuff you’ve come to love, including m/m, f/f and m/f/f/m scenes.

Review: I enjoyed All the Secrets in Pearl. The writing has a nice pace, the characters are likeable and the sexual tension built with an intensity that made my heart pound and my palms sweat because I wanted those erotic fireworks. The historical flavor at times, was detailed and set the tone perfectly. But as the story progressed, I didn’t feel myself sinking deeper into the story, but becoming more detached. What starts out as a great story with suspense, intrigue and sexual titillation, hit a high point and then started to drag a bit for me. However, the ending is satisfying and leaves the story wide open for more in this series.

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