Review: Frankie’s Flame (Kindred Spirits #6) by Jude Mason, Jenna Byrnes

October 24, 2013 Review 1

Review: Frankie’s Flame (Kindred Spirits #6) by Jude Mason, Jenna Byrnes

They say opposites attract. Can a geek and a hunk find happiness among the ghostly apparitions at Whisker’s Seaside Inn?

Two very different men with one shared problem.

Frankie Nelson is a computer geek with a problem. He’s caught his life partner cheating on him, and the socially awkward side of him is not sure how to deal with it. He decides to get away and clear his head, winding up at Whiskers’ Seaside Inn, the Oceanside home of his Aunt Delia.

Raul Herrara is a sporty outdoorsman who doesn’t even own a computer. When he meets Frankie it’s apparent they have little in common—other than a mutual deep lusty desire for each other. Just when Raul realises he’s fallen for the shy nerd, Frankie’s partner comes to claim him. Unless Frankie can speak up for himself, the new relationship may be over before it’s really begun.

Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series but may be read as a standalone story.

Title: Frankie's Flame
Author: Jenna Byrnes, Jude Mason
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Night Fall, Hard Riders Anthology
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: October 18, 2013
Genres: Ghost Story, Male Male Romance
Pages: 86
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Stars: four-stars
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Frankie’s Flame by Jude Mason and Jenna Byrnes was the sixth book in the Kindred Spirits series. Frankie has sought rest and relaxation at Whisker’s Seaside Inn where his Aunt Delia resided. Aunt Delia and her fellow residents live for each other and the tourist that visit.

Raul, firefighter in town, assisted Frankie in his car accident and was immediately attracted to the man. Frankie’s geeky demeanor and net-book carrying personality did not dissuade Raul from going after what he wanted. The attraction was mutual for Frankie as well as the hunky firefighter quickly cast his spell.

Subtle mystery surrounded the town as Frankie soon learned from the residents of Whisker’s Seaside Inn and his Aunt. Things were not always as they appeared as the writing duo of Mason and Byrnes proved. The authors added surprise elements to the book that was well- worth the read.

Hunky men shrouded with an air of mystery, Frankie’s Flame delivered a sweet story with an HEA.

Karyn Gerrard



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