Title: Fair Chance
Elliot Mills comes face-to-face with evil in this follow-up to Fair Game and Fair Play from bestselling author Josh Lanyon
One final game of cat and mouse…
Ex–FBI agent Elliot Mills thought he was done with the most brutal case of his career. The Sculptor, the serial killer he spent years hunting, is finally in jail. But Elliot's hope dies when he learns the murderer wasn't acting alone. Now everyone is at risk once again—thanks to a madman determined to finish his partner's gruesome mission.
When the lead agent on the case, Special Agent Tucker Lance, goes missing, Elliot knows it's the killer at work. After all, abducting the love of his life is the quickest way to hurt him.
The chances of finding Tucker are all but impossible without the help of the Sculptor—but the Sculptor is in no position to talk. Critically injured in a prison fight, he lies comatose and dying while the clock ticks down. Elliot has no choice but to play this killer's twisted game and hope he can find Tucker in time.
Author: Josh Lanyon
Series: All's Fair
Published by Carina Press Source: Publisher
Published: March 13, 2017
Genres: Male Male Romance, Romantic Suspense
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I’m just going to point out that this is not a good place to start enjoying Josh Lanyon’s All’s Fair series. I did not know that when I began reading Fair Chance. Would this book have been more enjoyable had I read the first two in the series, yes? Did I still enjoy the third installment in an ongoing series, yes? Apparently there was some tidy wrap up of the suspenseful aspect in each of the previous two books but still a little something that allowed the drama to still plague Elliot and Tucker in this installment.
I have to go back and read Fair Game and Fair Play. I’m wildly curious about how Andrew Corian and Elliot’s paths crossed to begin with. Corian’s obsession with screwing with Elliot’s life is still very present in Fair Chance. I also want to know how Elliot and Tucker met and eventually fell in love. There was so much missing for me but I still enjoyed the suspense and action that was the overall story of this book.
Elliot is on the FBI task force pertaining to the Sculptor. The other law enforcement officials have made it clear that they would prefer to work without the professor. Tucker would even like to see his lover off of the task force and protected from harm. The Sculptor’s fixation on Elliot keeps him there though. Corian isn’t the only one messing with Elliot’s life though. There is a blogger that is teasing Elliot with a possible lead in exchange for certain favors and a would be stalker that is possibly upset about a grade.
I do not believe that this is all that readers will see out of Elliot and Tucker. Elliot is about to embark on a different career journey than that of a Puget Sound University professor. This is something that will definitely be new and exciting to follow. There were several mentions of a cold case that Elliot had worked before he was shot and taken out of field work. That same case is now sitting on Tucker’s desk in their home. Hopefully between now and when the next book is published in the All’s Fair series I will have had time to go back and read the first two books.