To Find Him and Love Him Again
Tyack & Frayne Book 10 (1)
Author’s note and warning for readers who prefer to avoid cliffhangers - this is Volume One of the To Find Him trilogy. The story extends over all three books, so there is plenty of unfinished business, love and drama for our lads at the endings of One and Two. Volume Three concludes the tale, but fans of Gideon and Lee will be glad to hear that there will be future adventures ahead for the pair.
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The reading order of the Tyack & Frayne series is as follows:-
1 Once Upon a Haunted Moor
2 Tinsel Fish
3 Don't Let Go
5 Guardians of the Haunted Moor
6 Third Solstice
7 Preacher, Prophet, Beast
9 Once Upon a Western Shore
10 To Find Him and Love Him Again, books 1, 2 and 3
To Find Him and Love Him Again, Book 1
"Lee Tyack-Frayne’s summer of love – what a time he’d picked for it, with the rest of the world melting down in hate!”
High summer in the wild southwest, and Lee and Gideon are living out a dream of family life, their daughter thriving and even the starchy-arsed minister brother-in-law entirely human and happy with children of his own. Who could wish for anything more?
But to Lee it does feel dreamlike, and he’s been working too hard. When one psychic flash stops a sinister intruder at a school, Gideon declares his husband off-duty for the summer, doing nothing more than look after Tamsyn and watching the apples ripen in the orchard of their beautiful home.
Lee would be happy to agree, but something is wrong. The same sleepy contentment that makes these days with Gid a summer paradise is shielding him – shielding them both – from truths that ought to have been addressed between them long ago. Who is Alice Rawle, and what strange power is causing Gideon to change in its grasp? What fatal veil is blinding these two devoted men to each other’s true nature, and will the pressures from the outside world be enough to sweep all their hard-earned happiness away?