Title: Olivier (Order of the Black Knights book 7)
Author: TJ Nichols
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: July 31, 2017
Genre(s): Gay mystery, danger, family drama, suspense
Page Count: 202 pages
Reviewed by: Tosh
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Olivier Merlo works for a dangerous man. He does what he’s told without asking questions because he needs to protect his sister and niece. When someone gives his boss trouble, Olivier does what he does best. It’s a routine hit—until the victim’s brother starts poking around.
Cody Anders left his family behind a decade ago—along with their wealth and influence—to live on his own terms. Still, he knows his twin didn’t die of a drug overdose, and he’ll do anything to find the truth. What he uncovers is a conspiracy that will topple his family and leave him staring down the barrel of a gun.
Olivier must decide if he’s going to obey orders or free himself from the curse that has guided his hand for centuries. Cody, who challenges Olivier’s notion that no one can love him, holds the key to breaking his chains. But when the truth finally comes out, it might be more than Cody can accept.
So far I have read every book in this series and I have loved each of them. They are all different but they are alike in some ways. I love all these books and his book is in no way less than the others but I will say in some ways this book was a lot different then the rest of the books.
Cody only comes back to town because of his brothers death but instead of being welcomed with open arms, he is led down a path of danger, death, and destruction. If he is not careful it may be the end of his existence also.
Olivier knows no other life then being a fixer. And until the past job he has never let any of it get to him. But something has been bothering him about the man that was his last mark. Now that he has met his twin brother Cody, he cannot get him off of his mind. One minute he wants to kill him and in the next he wants have sex with him.
As the danger increases Olivier has to decide what he is going to do when the time comes and his boss wants him to end Cody. Will he or won’t he go through it? Can two completely different people figure out how to make things work and keep each other safe.
This was a great read but I will be honest in saying that it was not my favorite in the series. Regardless it was a good read.