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2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Walk a Mile by Sarah Madison

Walk a Mile (The Sixth Sense Book 2) by Sarah Madison
Gay Paranormal Romance
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (October 3, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1632161656
ISBN-13: 978-1632161659
Amazon: Walk a Mile (The Sixth Sense Book 2)
Amazon Kindle: Walk a Mile (The Sixth Sense Book 2)

Sequel to Unspeakable Words

The Sixth Sense: Book Two

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.


Flawless second book in a series that reads like stand-alone with superbly flawed and flesh-out characters and a surprise twist; highly recommended 

Despite not having not read the first book it only took a couple of chapters to get into the world of the 2 MCs. Both characters were really likeable - I shall be reading Book 1 - but, for me, their relationship suffered because we only ever get Jerry's POV. At the end, Flynn's declaration of feelings seemed to come from no-where and made me sit up and think "Huh? Where has that come from." That said, I was gripped and couldn't put the book down due to the author's page turning writing.