Title: Finding My Way Home
Series: Doyle Global Securities: Book Two
Author: Kendel Duncan
Publisher: Amazon/Kindle Unlimited
Length: 208 Pages
At a Glance: Finding My Way Home is a suspenseful little mystery; it’s action packed and angsty as it takes time for Ten and Bas to figure out where their feelings will lead them.
Reviewed By: Maryann
Blurb: For longer than he could remember Tenley ‘Ten’ Pinkerton had been lost. Wandering this earth with no hope, no soul, no heart, no purpose. The day the love of his life, Sawyer, had been brutally murdered was the day that everything beyond the basic elements of survival – like breathing and a beating heart – had been shut down.
Sebastian ‘Bas’ Monroe
Fucking Bas Monroe
Somehow the man had wormed his way past Ten’s defenses, past the armor plates surrounding his heart, past the pain. Somehow he’d gotten inside.
Ten wasn’t really sure how he felt about that.
But the day that Bas went missing?
Ten knew that he would die if he that’s what it came to in order to find Bas, in order to save him.
The question that remained: Was he going to be saving Bas Monroe? Or was he going to be saving himself?
Review: Tenley “Ten” Pinkerton, suffers over the loss of his lover, Sawyer. He was saved by Morgan Doyle when he was about to take revenge on Sawyer’s murderer. Morgan knows Ten is worth saving and gives him a job with Doyle Global Securities. Under orders from Morgan, Ten is to protect a high-powered lawyer to get him to a certain destination to take a case that Morgan is involved in.
Sebastian “Bas” Monroe served with Morgan Doyle for eight years in the military and then became a high-powered attorney. When he and Ten meet, there’s a definite friction between them. Then Ten makes a mistake—he feels that he cheated on his dead love Sawyer. He can’t sort out his feelings, so he disappears from Bas’s life.
A year later, Morgan is frantic and calls Ten off an assignment because Bas is missing. Ten, along with Morgan, starts gathering connections: Trent Dragon, Morgan’s ex, and Aleksy Constantino, a detective with the Denver PD. They pull all their forces together to save Bas from a former war criminal, Petyr Popov, who’s using Liam Murphy to carry out crimes and is holding his young daughter as a pawn.
Finding My Way Home is a suspenseful little mystery; it’s action packed and angsty as it takes time for Ten and Bas to figure out where their feelings will lead them. Then there’s a gradual triad of Liam, Trent and Aleksy that I felt was handled very delicately by the author. The building of relationships is gradual in this installment of the series, and there’s a lot of thought from the characters involved—and I do have to say, there are a lot of characters. As new ones come on to the scene, the author gives just enough detail to make you curious about them, and you’re hooked.
Blackbird Fly Home is the first book in the Doyle Global Securities series, which is spin off of the Black Ops Heroes series. Noah and Jesse are the main characters in Blackbird Fly Home, and they have their own interesting story that deals with the evil Jacob Knight and controlling and abusive situations. That book introduces Ten and Bas towards the end, and how they meet. An abundance of characters drift in and out of the Black Ops Heroes books as well, which started out as M/F and took a turn to an M/M series. I haven’t read the entire Black Ops Heroes series, but I was curious about Morgan Doyle and Luther Santiago, and then I got pulled in by Julian and Trigger and found them in book five, Hazardous Weather Conditions.
The third installment in the Doyle Global Securities series is Finding My Way Out. It is Case Donner and Riott Flames’ story, and I can’t wait for it to come out.
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