Catch Me If You Can
Book 1 in the Romano & Albright Series
by LB Gregg
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Lowly art gallery assistant Caesar Romano is freely out of the closet. Now he'd just like to get out of his Nana's guest room. Everything -- his reputation and his financial freedom -- is riding on the success of tonight's gallery opening. If only he could shake free of the past so easily.
A mysterious gatecrasher, Dan Green, looks like a promising addition to his pending new life -- until Caesar's ex shows up and suddenly the opening disintegrates into a half-naked dance melee. When the glitter settles, a missing sculpture of Justin Timberlake has Caesar up to his eyebrows in extortion, intrigue and a wild sexual adventure underneath, inside, and on top of a variety of furnishings.
As the cast of suspects piles up, so do the questions. Like who's really blackmailing whom? And what does a stolen paint-by-numbers clown matter when Dan is so outrageously capable of blowing Caesar's resistance to smithereens?
The fear of getting caught is half the fun.
- Classy but generic
- Setting, NYC
- Pre-op tranny
- This romantic mystery had me confused most of the time. I was finding it difficult to keep all the secondary characters straight in my head.
- Inside LB's brain must be a crazy place, the insane things that occur in this book are sure to give your imagination a work out.
- The relationship building, and tearing down, was thoroughly entertaining.
- No one is quite what they seem. Stereotypes are suggested but given depth of personality.
- This introduction to the series sets up the Romanos and Albrights nicely but I will most certainly have to catch my breath between books to clear my head.
- Oh, and "romantically", almost getting caught is an intriguing fetish.*