LA cop Jericho Crewe got the hell out of Mosely, Montana, when he was seventeen. Fifteen years later, he’s back, and everything is just as messed up as when he left. He planned a quick visit to deal with his injured father, but of course things are never that simple. Family complications, police complications, social complications—and, as always, Wade Granger complications.
Jericho and Wade had been so close, once upon a time. First friends, then more than friends—and then, after Jericho’s escape, nothing. Wade’s magnetism hasn’t been lessened by a decade and a half apart; even when Jericho learns that Wade is the prime suspect in the death of Jericho’s father, the old connection still sparks.
When Jericho’s newly discovered half siblings are kidnapped, he needs to trust someone to help him find them. Wade’s a terrible choice, but Jericho’s never been known for his good judgment. Anyway, he’d rather make a bad decision with Wade than a good one with anybody else.
Jericho had no intention of spending a lot of time in the town he ran from. He didn’t expect to find out his father was dead under questionable circumstances or family members he didn’t know he had either. To say things got interesting would be an understatement.
Long Shadows had plenty of mystery, action and suspense. Although there was little or no romance, there was plenty of romantic tension. There was also an added connection between Wade, Jericho and Kayla, the current Sheriff. Which made things even more interesting.
There are at least 3 more books in the Common Law series – Embers, Darkness and Home Fires. I’m pretty sure things are going to heat up… no pun attended. 😉