Got an investigation situation? Call the Gemini Men: Ethan and Derek Taggart. Yeah, they're twins. Double the trouble and twice as sexy - women can't get enough of them or their older brother Danny, who keeps 'em in line when things get wild. The three Taggart men are hot, hard, and ready to take on all comers.
Ex-military. Tall. Chiseled. Intelligent and arrogant. And so hot he's on fire. That's Ethan Taggart. Male to the max.
Toni Crawford, computer genius turned PI, can't stop looking at him and Ethan's returning the favor. Nice and slow. Those piercing blue eyes of his are about to melt her down. But nothing doing. Toni has to stay cool.
Focus on the assignment: the teenage daughter of a multimillionaire just vanished in plain sight. Chasing down leads, investigating every freaky angle, pushing past the boundaries of a hellish underworld of sex and drugs, Ethan and Toni are forced to work closely to stalk an unseen enemy with a taste for cruel games. Risking their lives to save the missing girl is only half the battle. Their blazingly sensual attraction grows every second, until there's no turning back. Their passion is about to explode. . . and Ethan and Toni soon find that danger breeds the hottest desire of all.
I'm surprised that there aren't already other reviews by Audible listeners for this book. It's really a little gem that I'm glad I found. The detective aspect of the story is well done and believable. You don't need to think, "This could only happen in the movies" to appreciate the story.
The characters and relationships are sufficiently developed to make you care about them. The main characters, Ethan and Toni, have great chemistry and some steamy sex scenes - enough to give their relationship some real steam without drowning out the rest of the story.
I did not care for the narrator. I think someone with a more masculine sounding voice would have done a better job.
Overall, Caught is a solid effort from Jami Alden and was well worth my credit.
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great beginning to the gemini trilogy by jamie alden. lots of action and heat plus a good story. my only complaint is that I don't really like the voice for Danny.