Following the Matilde Walker murder, Detective Ethan Ellison is back working misdemeanors and answering what he believes are prank calls. Still reeling from Christophe's betrayal, his magic and mind begin to unravel around him, and he's only just beginning to realize how much sleeping with Clanahan may have changed his life.
Meanwhile, Detective Pat Clanahan would give anything to get the memory of Ethan out of his head. If he can't have the mage, and every sign suggests that he can't, he sure has hell wishes everything at the station didn't remind him of the other man. Now he's up to his elbows in mutilated bodies and desecrated graves with no suspect in sight.
Murder, UST, and pining lurk right around the corner for both men as Seattle hurtles to the hottest summer on record and their fates once again meet in THE CONVERGENCE THEORY, Book Two in the Blood & Bone Trilogy.
This is the sequel to THE DUALITY PARADIGM.
Contains explicit m/m and some m/f content.
Review: So, after finishing the first book, I powered through this book the same night. I couldn't help it, I had to know if Ethan and Pat would get it together. I love their dynamic. I have to say, their coming together feels a little more natural and a supernatural world. It wasn't exactly love at first sight and none of it has been easy on them. I like that bit of humanity in them, especially Ethan. He's such an asshole sometimes, but so is Pat, just in a different way. Ethan is the easiest to relate to. I have to say it's refreshing that he isn't looking for that settled life. He clearly enjoys sex, isn't discriminating on the gender of the person so long as they appeal, and he's very upfront about who he is. Pat is the opposite, and I think it works. Time to read book three so that I can finally get the ending.