Title: Walk a Mile (The Sixth Sense #2)
Author: Sarah Madison
Buy link: Amazon.com (Second Edition)
Release Date: October 3, 2014
Genre(s): Mystery, Suspense, Paranormal
Page Count: 240
Reviewed by: Maya
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Six months after starting their hunt for a serial killer who is still at large, FBI agents Jerry Lee Parker and John Flynn are partners in every sense. But Jerry has serious doubts about their relationship and whether they would even be together if not for the way Flynn changed after touching a mysterious artifact in a museum.
Flynn hates the extraordinary power bestowed on him by the artifact and wants nothing more than to have a normal life again. Jerry fears that without the unusual connection they forged, Flynn will no longer want or need him. Chasing after a similar artifact takes them back to Flynn’s old stomping grounds in Washington D.C., where his newfound abilities uncover long-buried secrets, the kind people would kill to protect. But they aren’t the only ones looking for these powerful relics, and what they discover will threaten their relationship—and their lives.
This is the second book in Sixth Sense series and reading it was like visiting old friends: easy and comfortable. In the first book, Flynn gained ability to read minds, which means that his new boyfriend, Parker has a problem of being in relationship with someone who knows everything about him. He has absolutely no privacy, no refuge of comfortable lie which is not a situation either of them wants to be in. Interestingly enough, there was no power imbalance in their relationship. They are partners in truest sense of the word. The action unfolded quickly. I admit I was surprised by the plot. If I’d known what would happen beforehand, I probably wouldn’t have read the book and that would have been a shame. The author handled it very well and it gave us insight into both men and their relationship. It was good to find more about Flynn: the events in the book are set in his hometown. There were twists and turns at the end and I couldn’t put the book down, but fair warning: The ending is sort of a cliffhanger, and sets the stage for the next book.