Title: High Time (The Solomon Mysteries #2)
Author: Keelan Ellis
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: September 10th 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary, Mystery, Romance
Page Count: 164 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
When skeletal remains turn up in Baltimore’s Leakin Park, Detective Paul Solomon is pessimistic about their chances of solving the case. But a clue discovered near the bones soon leaves his partner, Tim Cullen, in little doubt as to their identity. As the case leads him close to home, Tim struggles to find a balance between professional responsibility and family, testing Paul’s patience and loyalty in the process.
In his personal life, Paul wrestles with his own increasingly precarious balancing act. His friendship with David Haygood threatens his new relationship with Owen, and he finds himself questioning not only his own judgment but his motivations as well. When Paul makes a choice that may irreparably damage his budding romance, the only person he can think to turn to is his ex-lover and friend Andy.
As Paul and Tim sift through details of the short life of a young woman who died over a quarter of a century ago, what eventually emerges from the web of connections and coincidence is a story that’s both shocking and sadly familiar to the seasoned detectives.
Another great read in The Solomon Mysteries Series. This is one of those series that constantly keep you engaged in through the whole read and once each book is done I just cannot wait for the next book to come out. After reading this book I still feel the same way!!
Paul, Tim, Owen, and David are all back again in another book full of mystery but this one hits way to close to home for comfort. The remains of a human body has been discovered. When Paul and Tim are called to the scene and a piece of evidence is discovered, Tim gets a since of dread. He has seen it before and back when his sister was a freshman in college, her best friend went missing after a night out at a Concert. Now all these years later a body is found.
Now Paul and Tim will stop at nothing to find who murdered this girl and how it all leads back to the people that Tim is close too. Mistakes are made but there is still time to be able to figure who did what and make things right.
While doing all this for the investigation, Paul is still trying to figure out what is going on with Owen and him. Not to mention David is still in the picture. Though David does not act on how he feels, Paul knows he still wants him. But this is still confusing for Paul because though he does not want to be, he is attracted to David but he does not want to want him. Paul also finds himself wanting more and more or so it seems. That is still left to be debated and who Paul will end up in the end with.
Keelan Ellis has once again left me wanting more and I cannot wait for the next book to come out to see what is going to happen next. If the first two books are anything to go on, then it is going to be incredible.