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The Empty Chair

Baker Street Legacy Book Two

Publisher: Irish Eyes Books
Year of Publication: 2018
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Romance
Sub Genre: Action · Contemporary · Suspense
Language: English
POV: Third-person
Tense: Past
Key Phrases: Cat and Mouse · deaf · england · hard of hearing · HOH · london · MI6 · Paprika Spice · Sherlock Holmes · slow burn · spy · UK
Spice Level:
2/5

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

“How often is it that the sequel is equal if not better than the first story. Not very often. This author, one of brilliance has done it. It connects flawlessly with the first novel, not only deepens the plot but takes it farther. The number of parallels to the original stories, the unique and creativeness in the telling of these stories is next level. I got the book in the morning today as of posting it and finished it. Absolutely inhaleable. So lovely and cannot wait for more!”
– Amazon Reviewer
What should have been a peaceful holiday for Kipling spent learning to share a life and a common space with Grayson, turns into yet another life or death series of riddles… with Grayson’s life the final prize.

Four generations past, Sherlock Holmes and Charles Augustus Howell were enemies. Their story was played out in the novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a story believed to be complete fiction until recently.

But every bit of it was true, if not for the occasional touch of author creative license, and while both Sherlock and Charles Augustus have been dead for decades, the hatred on the part of the Howell family has remained… and now plays out in a game of revenge between Langdon Howell and MI6 Officer Grayson Oliver Sherlock Holmes. Howell has twisted truths, taken lives, and machinated outcomes with the ultimate goal of finding retribution. His games in Boston turned on him, and rather than breaking Grayson… Grayson found something better. Love. With Kipling Branson.

Life is never “normal” for an officer of the SIS, which is why many officers reject the idea of a family. In the months since the death of his cousin, a man closer to him than a brother, Grayson has found himself wishing more for normal and less for the solitary, sometimes heartbreaking life of an officer. With Kipling, he might have a chance. But the game isn’t over. What should have been a peaceful holiday for Kipling spent learning to share a life and a common space with Grayson, turns into yet another life or death series of riddles… with Grayson’s life the final prize.

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