Fragmented (Shadow Mountain #2), Indra Vaughn
Rating: 5 Stars
Publisher: Indra Ink
Tags: Gay Romance/Love Story, Thriller, Police Work, Supernatural, Age Gap, Series
Length: 315 Pages
Purchase At: amazon
The capture of the Tattoo Murderer has demanded a heavy price. Doctor Tobias Darwin is dead, Lieutenant Hart is back in Riverside licking his substantial wounds, and he needs to gather his courage and tell Isaac he made a mistake. Isaac will forgive him—he knows that—but he can’t promise Isaac an easy life. Being a cop comes with its own risks, after all.
When they finally reach the same wavelength, their idyllic reprieve is cut tragically short. Hart doesn’t know yet that Isaac is terminally ill, that he will take off to find the Phoenix to heal him as a last resort. This time, it will be Hart who pays the price.
In the meantime, a new killer roams the streets of Riverside. He kidnaps, tortures, and kills gay men in horrific ways, and he has the newly healed Isaac in his sights. Hart’s time is running out on every level.
This book was originally published by Dreamspinner Press. Now published by Indra Ink.
Karen December 6, 2019 at 1:00 pm
Yep. This series is different and sits right where I want my reading right now. I was blown away by this follow-up story to Fated. I didn’t want to leave Hart and Isaac’s world.
I honestly think you would enjoy these books and I hope you get to read them at some stage. I also hope she writes a third book.
Lol, pollen is SO much better when you aren’t in the midst of it.
Thanks, Cindi. This book has a lot of quotes I could have used to get pics for 🙂
You had me at age gap and then at ‘If you’re looking for something that’s different in the genre, if you enjoy a police case or three, if you enjoy supernatural elements, and if you love a love story, because that’s what this series is, an ode to love, then you really should do yourself a massive favour and grab Fated then Fragmented.’
I love a good police case (or three). I’m always up for supernatural elements, and you know I’m a big sap when it comes to romance… this looks fantastic, but sad in a few places. Don’t you love when you find good new-to-you authors?
Another great review, Karen. The visuals and quotes are perfect. The pollen one is beautiful to look at because it’s not outside my front door. 🙂 🙂 🙂 In all seriousness, the visuals (all of them) are amazing.