Homecoming

16 Feb

The author, Narrelle M. Harris, gave me a copy of the novella “Homecoming” in exchange for an honest review.

Jack Burns has been away serving overseas with the Australian army, he arrives home to find his best friend Elliot Talbott has started an investigative agency, and now, unaccountably, has gone missing.  The first case for ‘Talbott and Burns, Investigators’ is to find Elliot Talbott.

“Homecoming”, published by Clan Destine Press, sets the scene for a series (I have the second novella already) that I hope will be on going.

Jack and Elliot are likeable and relateable.  The plot bounces along nicely, and the writing is both tight and lively.

Be warned, however, that Jack and Elliot are a couple, so if male/male romance and erotica offends you, DO NOT READ.

The love scenes are beautifully written, tender and erotic by turns.

Highly recommended.

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