Web of Secrets

Web of Secrets Brilliant surgeon Nathan Kirkfield comes face to face with his childhood demons when his parents deaths force him back home to settle the family estate Sent to oversee the sale of the house and conten

  • Title: Web of Secrets
  • Author: Terry Poole
  • ISBN: 9781623009960
  • Page: 138
  • Format: ebook
  • Brilliant surgeon Nathan Kirkfield comes face to face with his childhood demons when his parents deaths force him back home to settle the family estate Sent to oversee the sale of the house and contents is former FBI Agent Kelly MacNiel, now of the MacNiel Auction House he couldn t possibly have imagined he d find the young man from a case gone horribly wrong grown intoBrilliant surgeon Nathan Kirkfield comes face to face with his childhood demons when his parents deaths force him back home to settle the family estate Sent to oversee the sale of the house and contents is former FBI Agent Kelly MacNiel, now of the MacNiel Auction House he couldn t possibly have imagined he d find the young man from a case gone horribly wrong grown into a devastatingly attractive man The two of them discover a connection built in the ruins from that tragedy.Now Nathan must decide if he can accept the changes in his life that this relationship will bring while struggling with his boss s harassment and her threats to destroy his work To complicate matters, unexplained break ins lead to an attempt upon Nathan s life If Kelly doesn t conquer the monsters that besiege him, everything he s come to love will be at stake.

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    1. I don't like it when a character's physical appearance is described in full in the beginning. It feels too much like telling. Of course the mom and the sisters do the office work and are called assistants and when the father had a heart attack, the brother kept running company. Kelly, a man, goes out and gets the info and appraisals and does the intellectual work. The woman are called "the girls" of course. The female doctor is evil. Nathan's mom does all the cooking. At least Nathan's sister is [...]

    2. This was just "okay" for me it kind of lost me along the way. I'll mull over what I want to say and will definitely be updating.

    3. I really liked this one. Sometimes it was a bit predictive but it didn't scare me away. I would love to read more Nathan and Kelly.

    4. This was a book I really wanted to love. The blurb and cover made me think it would romantic and exciting. Instead it was just sort of blah without much substance.The novel features Dr. Nathan Kirkfield and Kelly MacNiel, a former FBI agent. Following the death of his parents, Nathan returns to his family home to deal with selling all the belongings. He isn’t thrilled to be there considering he was not only abused but kicked out when he announced he was gay. Kelly works for the auction house h [...]

    5. What I think is I will never get back the time I spent reading this book. The preview made promises that were not delivered. Lots of angst, lots of pain created by not communicating. Nathan and Kelly are written as fools, keeping their thoughts to themselves, suffering in their delusions rather than asking one or two well timed questions of the other. Lots of posturing by the characters, but little this reader would identify as typical male behavior.

    6. 3.5 Stars ~ Dr. Nathan Kirkfield and his sister inherited their biological parents’ home and its possessions. Nathan’s there to take care of the estate auction in his sister’s absence, and not feeling comfortable at all. As a child, he was disowned by his abusive parents and was adopted by his Uncle Matt and Aunt Victoria. There are some very bad memories in this house for Nathan, but it also gives him some relief from the stressful situation at the hospital. Nathan is a prominent heart su [...]

    7. 3.5 ⭐️Liked the characters, I know they had a brief history but it was still instalove which can be great but just not this time. The sexual harassment felt a bit off to me, but the little side plot with the governor’s wife was good, albeit a bit random and we never did find out what that paper was.

    8. A Joyfully Jay review. 3.5 starsThere is nothing that annoys me, as a reader, more than having a blurb that doesn’t match the storyline. If you read the blurb on the back of this book, one would assume that this would be an entirely different story than what you actually get. We are led to believe Kelly was an FBI agent in charge of Nathan’s case – which would suggest Kelly was somewhat older than Nathan and that there was something significant that happened in Nathan’s past that would h [...]

    9. I had high hopes for the book, the blurb sounded so good. And it was okay, but I found several pieces throughout so unrealistic for both people and the professions they were supposed to be in and retired from, that really took away from the story.Kelly, an ex-FBI agent, who was shot in the line of duty is recovering, in the mean time working for the family business.Nathan, a celebrated heart surgeon has come back to clear out the family home he was kicked out of at 16, when his parents found out [...]

    10. M/M mystery romance with lots of past flash backs mixed with death threats.Brilliant surgeon Nathan Kirkfield has to finally go back to his parents' home where he was beaten and kicked out as a teenager. Lots of shadows from the past need to be confronted before Nathan can clean house (literally and figuratively). Retired FBI Agent turned family business appraiser, Kelly MacNiel is also at a cross roads in his life where he is going to find direction and a new love in this story.I liked the stor [...]

    11. Not what I was hopingI liked both the main and the supporting characters in this story but the plot itself feel a bit flat for me. I don't think that few hours of getting to know a stranger at 16 years old would create the longing feelings of "the one that got away" that we were presented with here. And whilst I liked the misdirection in the mystery, didn't find the mystery itself to be particularly compelling.

    12. The MCs were a couple of schoolgirls dressed as a doctor and an ex FBI agent, who spoke in a very weird way and had ridiculous thoughts about each other. The misunderstanding was silly as hell and completely avoidable. I did not like it.

    13. Wow 10 stars.A brilliant book that I couldn't put down.This book about Nathan and Kelly after having met when they where teenagers. Now as fate would have bring them back together again. But Kelly has a problem which he has to deal with, all he has to do is ask for help The characters in the book are adorable together I can Highly recommend this book to everyone. This author is fast becoming one of my favorite authors

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