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Sandy Bottom Bay, Florida - Come for the Haunts, Stay for the Beaches! 

Drew Drummond might call himself a psychic tarot reader, but he doesn’t believe in the supernatural. The business was left to him by his grandmother, and seemed the best way to rise above the chronic criminal behavior of the Drummond family. Despite his efforts, few of the townspeople consider him a good romantic match. Being gay only makes finding love more difficult.  

When Cliff Garcia, Drew’s crush from his teenage years, moves back to town and joins the police force, Drew doesn’t think he has a chance. After all, the skeptical cop considers Drew’s profession on par with professional con men, and Cliff had spent his entire school career feuding with Drew’s volatile brothers. Despite the obstacles, Drew and Cliff begin a fiery relationship.  

Just when Drew starts to believe they might have a chance, he suffers a head injury and begins having visions of the future. If Drew tells Cliff the truth, he’ll lose the man he’s falling for, but keeping his new ability a secret is no longer an option. If he can’t convince Cliff he’s for real, a murderer will walk free.

©2015 KC Burn (P)2018 KC Burn

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Waiting for the next one

Well thought out. Best story I’ve heard in a while. I kind of had a problem with the character Cliff. He was judgmental, and self satisfied. Mr. moral compass, broke more rules then anyone and still continuously trash talks his boyfriends family for doing things they either did for their brother, or did accidentally. I hoped to see more character development especially in the twins characters.

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Grown Hardy Boys meet Gay Harlequin Romance

The telling is pretty simplistic but the characters feel genuine and the story is delightful. It’s an easy read and an extremely entertaining page-turner. The narration is excellent, with clear distinctions between characters and flowing, realistic dialogue. Like an aperitif if you have been feasting on a heavy literary diet, it is fun, surprising and laced with titillating scenes. Kudos to KC Burn and Darcy Stark. They make a grand team.

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Preatty good little storie

It took a while to get good .
Nice little storie, the sex scenes where not that palatable but the psychic storie line was preatty great.
I wish it had been more of it....or a sequel on the psychic powers.

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Great story!

Such a great listen! Highly recommend. Kept me engaged from the very beginning. The characters are unique and you really care about them. Will be listening more to this author!

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Excellent writing and presentation

I love this book and the way that it was written however I just wish there had been a little bit longer. I hope that there will be a sequel.

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Loved it!

I really enjoyed the mystery, storyline and the romance between Drew amd Cliff. It was hot and super sweet. Glad they found their HEA.

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Very enjoyable

Liked it a lot. Might reread it. at a later date if I find the time.

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One cute story...

This novel was a nice, easygoing book with an endearing plotline and characters - and very little frustrating miscommunication, to which I'm grateful for.

I've only had this audiobook for a week and I think I've listened to it three or four times already. The main couple definitely have chemistry that a reader/listener can feel. I like that the cops (especially Northcliff) aren't stupid, but that their small town where nothing bad ever happens mindset is taken into account. Though I don't understand how Northcliff's chief couldn't know his full, legal name since it'd have to be on his official transfer documents...?

This was the first book by KC Burn I've listened to but not the last (I've already bought and listened to 'Tea or Consequences' and 'Cop Out' since finishing this book the first time, which are both worth listening to). I really enjoyed listening to Darcy Stark's narration, as well. There were a couple of times Cliff's voice went a bit too high to be able to immediately tell that it was Cliff talking, but otherwise did a great job - his narration is what prompted me to listen to 'Tea or Consequences' first.

The only things I could think of as a downside to the written part or the story are: Cliff calling himself a caveman or a barbarian a few to many times, and that the characters's body types are stereotypical within the worlds of KC Burn's books.

I'd like to eventually see a second book with these two as the main focus again, but the authors in this genre seem well against making any real series and instead opting for making get-together books for side characters. I thought those were called spinoffs not sequels. Oh well; I guess we'll see what does and doesn't happen.

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addictive and sweet.

great characters the story is addictive and sweet, with suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat.

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I had a blast!

Psychics is a bit like brain candy for me. I love a good mystery where a psychic is involved trying to solve a crime that's been committed - or prevent one from happening. So when I noticed this book being released I just had to listen to it right away.

Drew Drummond is psychic. Okay, so he's not really psychic, but he did inherit a psychic gift shop from his beloved grandmother. A grandmother who also did tarot readings for those who wanted one. In order to make ends (barely) meet he's reluctantly taken up his grandmother's turban and gives readings to tourists and the locals in the town. Even though he might just be the biggest sceptic in town.

Cliff Garcia recently returned back to his hometown. Wanting to start over and escape his ex and their messy breakup and his best friend dying, he jumped at a chance when he was offered a position at the police department in Sandy Bottom Bay in Florida. He is less than thrilled when his first assignment is to babysit a celebrity who's come to town to make a TV show. A celebrity who happens to be his cheating ex-boyfriend. To say that he was pissed off is putting it mildly. And starting a relationship with Drew Drummond is not in his agenda. I mean everyone in town knows that the entire Drummond family is nothing but crooks that sooner or later ends up in jail. Now if only his heart would get on that program...

North on Drummond was a slow paced book, mainly dealing with everyday stuff, like Cliff dealing with moving back to his hometown filled with childhood memories, friends and old foes. It doesn't take long for old grudges between him and the Drummond twins to ignite add in his trouble making ex and things are bound to get explode. Only when it does, it's Drew that gets in the way and ends up in hospital with a head injury... and what seems to be real psychic powers. He's getting visions of things to come and things happened in the past - namely a murder not that long ago. Now he just have to get people to believe him before it's too late.

I like this book well enough. At times it was a bit too slow paced for me, we'd gone though a good chunk of the book before something really started happening and the paranormal aspect was in play. I liked Drew and Cliff together as such, they fit well as a couple even if they both were a bit reluctant at times. I really liked some of the secondary characters, in particular Drew's best friend Kyle. They added another layer to the story and made it more enjoyable to read.

I've listened to many new to me narrators and Darcy Stark is one of them. I liked his narration if the book, it wasn't flawless by any means and I would have liked a bit more feelings to the words to truly draw me in. That being said, Stark has a nice voice to listen to and I will happily listen to him some more in the future.

North on Drummondwas a low-angst and straight forward book. It's uncomplicated and is just the right kind of read when you're not looking for something heavy. Recommended.

A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.