A Wish too Far by J. L. Merrow makes you rethink those wishes.
A Wish Too Far
By J. L. Merrow
We are back with the group from the Paranormal Enforcement Agency, Lars and Rael are still keeping it hot and heavy and Rochelle is still picking on Lars about his illegal little succubus.
We know from the previous books in this series that Rael loves to cook; now he has a national chef with a show that wants to do an episode that showcases him and his pastries. The producer leaves Rael with a slip a paper with his number on it that only says ‘call me.’ Now, with Rael’s lover being a cop, you know that somewhere down the line this is going to cause problems… but in the cutest way possible.
Lars Thornsson and Rochelle are tracking a drug dealer, a demon by the type of drug. It is a drug that is supposed to grant your greatest wish, but one man has ended up dead from the drug, maybe. Lars mentions to Rael that they are looking for a badly dressed cross dressing demon that is responsible for this drug, well, Rael has connections in Hell, and since there are only a few cross dressers down there he thinks he knows who they may be looking for, but he has to find him first because this doesn’t sound like his old friend.
With the human’s death, the heat on this case gets turned up from the higher ups, and Lars and Rochelle get saddled with two of the worse cops they can possibly ended up saddled with. Trying to be helpful, Rael ends up under arrest by these two, but is quickly gotten out of jail by their friendly lawyer, but is able to provide Lars and Rochelle the break they need to take down their dealer.
This book was a blast trying to put all the pieces together as they are doweled out one piece a time. You have a bad guy that goes by three names, he has his reasons for doing what he does, Lars gets to meet Rael’s mother – kind of – and yes, that piece of paper comes into play when Lars goes looking for the lover that is always home to meet him when he gets home… except for one night. Again, like all these books the promise a short fun read, and Ms. Merrow delivers with spades. 5 start rating.