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Beau's Dilemma: A Gay Tale of Science, Seduction & Murder in Sydney Kindle Edition
Concerned for Max's mental health as much as his physical safety, Sam does. When he lands in Sydney, however, Max has disappeared. But he's left a trail of cryptic messages that lead Sam from Sydney across to the Blue Mountains and up to the tropical north.
Along the way Sam meets two very different men. Trevor’s a surfer, carefree and easy going. Dominic’s a researcher and much more reserved. Each has a secret, both want to help, but only one wishes him well. Sam has a secret too, but he doesn’t know it.
Battling threats, betrayal, and outright assaults, Sam searches for Max and for his missing research. At every turn he must chose the right path, make the right decision, and trust the right man. Or he'll lose everything, including love.
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- ASIN : B08Y816JJQ
- Publisher : Self-Published (May 1, 2021)
- Publication date : May 1, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 328 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 178 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,706,529 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Then Sam is urgently called upon by Max with a life threatening situation. Someone is tampering with his research. Beau has never know Max to be this upset. He agrees to travel to Australia and meet Max. Max already has all the arrangements made for Sam. Sam knows Max well: he’s never straight forward, always works in codes, clues, no mistakes and the only one to call him Beau.
Sam is already on edge with the story that Max shares with him. Now he’s at his first stop, the very secluded “Breezy Palms” to wait for Max. Sam takes a walk along the deserted beach and saves a man with a jelly fish bite. Not knowing what to do for sure he takes the man back to his cabin. When he awakens the next morning and finds the stranger, Trevor, still in his cabin he becomes agitated. As their morning continues, Trevor and Sam have a personal moment but Sam’s suspicions scare Trevor and drives him away.
With Max’s demise, the meeting of two strangers: Trevor and Dominic, Sam’s paranoia is driven higher and he goes on the run. It takes him into the dangerous world of: deceit, violence and danger. Sam stays loyal and has one goal and that is to his friend Max and protecting his research, no matter the cost.
I’ve read three novels by Patrick Doyle and the first two where very well done. With “Beau’s Dilemma” he steps outside the box and creates a precise, meticulous novel with secrets, clues and chaos. He also takes another step in some very steamy moments and still keeps this a very suspenseful novel. The plot never looses it’s direction, with fast paced action, corruption and violence.
One thing about his MC’s, in this case: Sam and Trevor, they’re so intriguing I want more!
There’s a host of characters: Trevor Chen, Dr. Constance Wu, Patty, Jimmy Jurah, Dominic Riley, and Detective Sgt. McBride, that will have Sam wondering which of them he can trust.
The vivid description of: Tropical Australia North, Sydney, small peninsula Coral Sea, Port Douglas, Cairns, Blue Mountains, Blacktown, Katoomba, along with the education in the Australian dialect, make this an outstanding novel.
“Jord’s Day” and “Tony’s Dream” are the first two books in “A Gay Tale” series by Patrick Doyle. Each covers different subject matter that takes place in different parts of the world and are stand alone’s. With “Beau’s Dilemma” Doyle, again takes the reader to romantic and beautiful places in the world, with wonderful characters and a thrilling mystery.
As the title states, Beau’s Dilemma is a gay tale of science, seduction, and murder. This is a mystery thriller and this genre is very tricky to review without revealing much and spoiling the story. So I will keep the review simple and will not say more than necessary. You need to get into this without knowing much. This is an MM story with lots of mystery elements and at the same time seduction and sexual situations to spice up the plot. The main character meets two stranger guys, Dominic and Trevor. He meets them separately. Despite being suspicious about them, Sam has his way with them sexually!
The nice thing about the story that it is fast-paced and the main character is quite interesting to follow in his journey. I have never been to Australia so it was really amusing that the author gave details about many different locations there throughout the story. I enjoyed Patrick Doyle’s writing style and the way he kept the mystery unfolding. It was an entertaining read for me.
Many thanks to the author Patrick Doyle for providing me a free copy of this book. I am leaving this review voluntarily after being sent the book.