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  • Title: The Psychic and the Sleuth
  • Author: Summer Devon Bonnie Dee
  • ISBN: 9781609286972
  • Page: 287
  • Format: ebook
  • Trusting a psychic flash might solve a mystery and lead to love.Inspector Robert Court should have felt a sense of justice when a rag and bones man went to the gallows for murdering his cousin Yet something has never felt right about the investigation Robert s relentless quest for the truth has annoyed his superintendent, landing him lowly assignments such as foiling a fTrusting a psychic flash might solve a mystery and lead to love.Inspector Robert Court should have felt a sense of justice when a rag and bones man went to the gallows for murdering his cousin Yet something has never felt right about the investigation Robert s relentless quest for the truth has annoyed his superintendent, landing him lowly assignments such as foiling a false medium who s fleecing the wives of the elite.Oliver Marsh plays the confidence game of spiritualism, though his flashes of insight often offer his clients some comfort Despite the presence of an attractive, if sneering, non believer at a s ance, he carries on and experiences a horrifying psychic episode in which he experiences a murder as the victim.There s only one way for Court to learn if the young, dangerously attractive Marsh is his cousin s killer or a real psychic spend as much time with him as possible Despite his resolve to focus on his job, Marsh somehow manages to weave a seductive spell around the inspector s straight laced heart.Gradually, undeniable attraction overcomes caution The two men are on the case, and on each other, as they race to stop a murderer before he kills again.Warning Graphic language and hot male male sex with light BDSM themes Despite Descriptions of Murderous Acts perpetrated by an unhinged killer, resist the temptation to cover your eyes you ll miss the good parts
    The Psychic and the Sleuth Trusting a psychic flash might solve a mystery and lead to love Inspector Robert Court should have felt a sense of justice when a rag and bones man went to the gallows for murdering his cousin Yet som

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    1. This was a very nicely written, sweet and sexy historical romance I loved The Gentleman and the Rogueanother historical by these two ladies and this one was just as good.Robert Court is working on a case trying to catch confidence men or so called spiritualists who have been swindling the wealthy London families So he is at seance where Oliver Marsh, Medium , is carrying on a performance Mr Marsh is a fabulous actor, he cannot fool Mr.Court But when Oliver begins to disclose information about a [...]

    2. 3.5Definitely above average, but why must BDSM come up in almost every book nowadays O better why did it have to come up here Somehow it wasn t fitting into the story IMO For the rest I liked both MCs, they had a certain depth, and also the historical details seemed well researched.

    3. 3.5 starsOh, if only this book didn t go that way when it came to the sexual intercourse and I would have gladly given this one a solid 4 starsI absolutely enjoyed this book for the most part When it comes to murder mystery, I love when there is a paranormal element that comes to play So when Oliver Marsh who mainly relies on extensive research rather than an actual supernatural gift when it comes to his conversations with the dead has his first psychic experience related to Robert Court s cousi [...]

    4. I m not normally a fan of historical fiction but Ms Dee and Ms Devon won me over with this well plotted story Set back in London of 1892, Oliver Marsh is a con man playing the Spiritualist to wealthy old women He justifies his scams by telling himself that he truly is doing a service by comforting them about their lost loved ones Robert Court is a cop assigned to bring Marsh to justice but sparks fly when the two men meet at a seance The story really starts to move when Oliver has some real psyc [...]

    5. These authors write a really nice style of historical romance, accessible and emotional, with a period feel but not an excess of detail, and always with engaging main characters This is a story of two very different men, brought together by a paranormal experience Robert is an upright, truth seeking, fundamentally lonely police officer Oliver is a fake spiritualist with enough acting talent and perceptiveness to bilk a widow out of a fee for reassurances from beyond the grave Neither of them is [...]

    6. This was a prize I won during the M M Romance Group s 3rd Anniversary celebrations, and it coincided nicely with the bingo challenge category.Robert Court, a police inspector in London in the late 19th century, is taken off murder cases after he investigates into another Inspector s case Instead, he is assigned to investigate a medium, Oliver, who has become a thorn in a Lord s side Although resentful of the fact that he no longer investigates murders, he pursues the medium with his usual dogged [...]

    7. In 1892, Robert Court, an undercover cop hoping to discredit psychic medium Oliver Marsh, attends a s ance in disguise He believes Marsh to be a confidence man , preying on women willing to hand over large sums of cash to contact their dearly departed Instead of proving himself worthy of arrest, Oliver starts to speak believably as Lily Baker, a young woman recently murdered Lily says she needs to tell Robert that there are other women Robert is shocked, as no one knows his real name or his conn [...]

    8. Oh bummer well sorta bummer The authors Dee and Devon who were ALWAYS on my favorite author list writes about a dumb, stupid, silly, embarrassing dog show Good news is room for another author on my fav list Ya see lemonade.Dear Bonnie summer, you re better this and you know it.

    9. Four and a half starsI ummed and ahhed about reviewing this one for Speak Its Name, because it does have some paranormal aspects spiritualism but I ve decided that this could be treated in the same way as ghosts the only other paranormal theme we accept because it could be subjective and brought on by other reasons, such as split personalities etc.This book continues this writing partnership s run of titles with similar names, The Nobleman and the Spy, The Gentleman and the Rogue there s endless [...]

    10. We ve all heard the saying that opposites attract and that certainly seems to be the case of Robert Court and Oliver Marsh in The Psychic and the Sleuth by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon But, what truly brings them together isn t their differences, but the ways in which they are alike Even though their relationship starts up on opposite sides of the fence, things are not always as they seem The they re together, the they begin to appreciate each other and soon come to realize that they are strong [...]

    11. Re Read Review October 2017 Having read most of the Summer Devon Bonnie Dee collaborations I decided to go back and re read the first one that introduced me to this historical writing duo I found I loved it even than the first time I found myself falling in love with Robert and Oliver s push and pull dance all over again, so much so that I can safely and honestly say that I have upped my rating from 4 1 2 to a full 5 I can t say that The Psychic and the Sleuth is going on my annual re read list [...]

    12. 3.5 starsA psychic medium while under investigation by a detective, becomes involved in a murder mystery and romantically with the detective This is a very similar plot to a story I just re read recently, Downtime They even take place around the same time period the 1880 s to 1890 s Because of this I couldn t help comparing the two novels and this one suffers some in the comparison.This is still an enjoyable book in many ways There is a mystery to solve and the inspector and the psychic make an [...]

    13. Please Give Us MoreThere is nothing I like in an M M historical romance, especially in excessively oppressive England, than an MC who is a big, strong, somewhat older authority figure and a rakish and elusive younger foil who takes him to the emotional cleaners.In this one, Summer Devon delivers a serious detective story by giving us the quiet, but subliminally dominant and totally closeted detective Robert Court, and the near charlatan but also almost desperately conflicted Oliver Marsh And e [...]

    14. An erotic M M and a great thriller besides It s gratifying to read something about Victorian English crimes that doesn t involved Jack the Ripper The story of the false medium who suddenly discovers he s really tapping into the Afterlife has been done to death but Devon and Dee give it a couple of twists by making Marsh realize that he s been using his gift all along and just not aware of it Court is a good counterpoint to the psychic who s almost his opposite in personality, granite like and se [...]

    15. 4 stars for this one Another great read from this author I did have a bit of a hard time because I had just finished several Megan Derr stories set in a world where men of this time period actually married other men I had to get into a different mind set Both MC s were great Robert was trying to solve the case of his cousin s murder on his own because he believe the wrong man had paid for the crime His official assignment was to get evidence of fraud by a psychic, Oliver Marsh During the seance [...]

    16. This was a truly enjoyable story There was just enough mystery balanced with emotional connection to really draw you into it I have always enjoyed Bonnie and Summer as a writing duo and they have not let me down this time My only reservation is the humiliation tinted bdsm aspect of the MC s sexual relationship That is not typically what I prefer to read, even within the bdsm genre However, I enjoyed the dynamic tug between how the MC s interacted sexually and how they interacted in the rest of [...]

    17. Didn t finish I m pretty sure this was the first book ever where I didn t even skim, but actually skipped a sex scene In fact I skipped three by the time I was only about 60% through, out of 4 sex scenes or so overall The amount was a wild exaggeration and the whole thing was incredibly tedious I didn t feel much toward the characters, the dominant guy s, er, sexpertise was laughable considering his background, the D S games were out of left field as well, and the mystery stopped being of any in [...]

    18. I read this book for a BDSM challenge but I have to say that if the book had been sans the BDSM erotic content, it would have been a much better read this felt like a gentle romance with a meaty story that had been sexed up which is a shame because the murder mystery aspect deserved focus IMO

    19. 4,5 stars.A very enjoyable read There was a part in the middle were it dragged a bit for my taste, but I found both main characters were likable and interesting enough to carry the story.Some humor, some romance, a or less solid crime plot and some para normal plot that doesn t interfere with the general historical crime plot.

    20. Did Not Finish I really wanted to like this, but the characters weren t very likeable and the writing was very stiff and awkward I struggled on until about halfway through, when suddenly all the sex scenes were very BDSM y and I did not sign on for that

    21. Not usually a historical fan but I really liked the slight enemies to lovers and paranormal mystery aspects of this book.I just wish that Oliver s abilities were further explored and developed, and I would love to read about them This would really make a good series

    22. Light read in spite of the mystery plot and the bdsm elements didn t hurt either, so a plus for me It does have a light puppy play scene but nothing gross I enjoyed it.

    23. 3.5Late Victorian justice had a way of putting a permanent end on an investigation, and Court s persistence has had very negative career consequences He s working the equivalent of the low end of the fraud squad, crimes that occur when the clever meet the wealthy gullible Spiritualism had been a movement for some fifty years at the time of this story, and was very popular among those who could pay to receive messages from the Other Side Arthur Conan Doyle himself was a believer, even though his [...]

    24. This review was originally published on my blog Joyfully Jay.Inspector Robert Court has been assigned to investigate spiritualist Oliver Marsh, looking for possible fraud from Oliver misrepresenting his ability to contact the dead Robert has been put on this low level case after overstepping his bounds while investigating the murder of his cousin Lily He doesn t believe that Oliver actually has any psychic skills So he is shocked when during a seance at a party, Oliver starts relaying details of [...]

    25. A very entertaining and engaging read somewhere between 3.5 4 I liked the dynamic between the two men, protagonists then reluctant allies then lovers then friends then .Court was suitably gruff in his work environment but showed his softer side with Jock, ultimately with Oliver and a bit with Wilford.Oliver was endearing, just like a puppy Playing on people s sensitivities but owning a talent that showed itself.I enjoyed the murder investigation and the development of the men s relationship and [...]

    26. Summer Devon and Bonnie Dee produced magic again.I ve been reading these authors individual work for years, enjoying great stories along the way However, when they join forces and co write a book, it s perfection They create a sensuous dance with a magical rhythm for the protagonists In the Psychic and the Sleuth, the dance is like a tango between two men, who are so different from one another, as the many doubts entangling their irresistible attraction.While investigating a fake psychic case, R [...]

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