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Gray Matters

by Dolores Arden

Remy Devereux is an ace homicide detective with the SFPD. At work, she’s embroiled in a months-long murder investigation that has yet to show any signs of breaking. At home, she’s on the skids with her soon-to-be ex-girlfriend, while nightmares of the gruesome murder scene keep her up at night.

On the other side of the country, Giana Falco has just made the biggest change in her life. She’s ended her engagement and now she’s moving to the west coast to take a job as a forensic scientist in a town where she knows practically no one. It’s either the bravest or the stupidest thing she’s ever done.

Sparks begin to fly the moment Remy and Giana meet. Remy has never seen a woman more intelligent or more beautiful than her new colleague, but she knows that allowing herself to fall for a straight woman would be a uniquely masochistic kind of folly. For her part, Giana is intrigued by the tall and reticent detective. She sees no reason why the two of them shouldn’t become the best of friends.

The stakes couldn’t be higher as the two women put their heads together to work the case, drawing ever closer to finding the killer—and ever closer to finding each other. Try as they might to ignore it, the attraction they feel becomes something neither one of them can deny.

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Genre Romance, Thriller
Length 316 pages
Publication Date October 15, 2020
Publisher Bella Books
ISBN 9781642471960
Editor Medora MacDougall
Cover Designer Audrey Gilles

Extras

  • A Bella Debut Novel.

Reviews

NetGalley
Michele R. -I was immediately engaged with this story and both characters. The chemistry between the two was sizzling, however, both kept trying to deny it. Overall I would recommend this debut novel from Dolores Arden to other readers. I look forward to reading future offerings from this up and coming author.

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Melina B. - This is one of the best books I've read all year. Remy and Giana were both very well developed characters and the chemistry jumped off the pages. The tension between them built slowly and deliciously, and the dialogue was beautifully written. This was a fantastic debut and I really look forward to the author's next book.

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nutmeg - Trailing tight on the heels of a series of unsolved murders is a romance that has readers riled up and begging for release. With the start-stop, push-pull attraction between the pair and the clock counting down to bring the killer to justice, this book had me at every turn and corner. Giana, even if she started clueless, would certainly rock your boat and make you bow at her persistence. The way the book closed left me with a sneaky feeling that there could be a sequel.

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Sarah H. - The plot focuses on two women who circle around each other romantically while they try to solve a crime. This is not a wildly uncommon story line, however the author puts a spin on it that definitely makes it feel unique. Man! This book was hard to read in the best way possible. I think I literally screamed at my e-reader at least twice. In short, it was a really good read that has you on the edge of your seat from the very start.

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Lex Kent's Reviews - I really enjoyed this one. This is actually a debut by Arden so that makes this book even more impressive. If Arden’s first book is this good, I can’t wait to see what other stories she’ll come out with.

I found myself completely smitten with the character of Giana Falco. She was perfect.

These two women had great chemistry together. As soon as the flirting started, I was instantly all for them becoming a couple.

I would recommend this to romance fans that like a good amount of angst and push-pull in their romances. As a character-driven reader it was such a treat to meet Giana and I would love to read about her again. Arden impressed with this debut and I’m really excited to see what she has in store for us next.

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