The fear of getting caught is half the fun.
Lowly art gallery assistant Caesar Romano is freely out of the closet. Now he’d just like to get out of his Nana’s guest room. Everything—his reputation and his financial freedom—is riding on the success of tonight’s gallery opening. If only he could shake free of the past so easily.
A mysterious gatecrasher, Dan Green, looks like a promising addition to his pending new life—until Caesar’s ex shows up and suddenly the opening disintegrates into a half-naked dance melee. When the glitter settles, a missing sculpture of Justin Timberlake has Caesar up to his eyebrows in extortion, intrigue and a wild sexual adventure underneath, inside, and on top of a variety of furnishings.
As the cast of suspects piles up, so do the questions. Like who’s really blackmailing whom? And what does a stolen paint-by-numbers clown matter when Dan is so outrageously capable of blowing Caesar’s resistance to smithereens?
This book contains graphic language, sex, lies, intrigue, clowns, kleptomania, anal sex, oral sex, mutual masturbation, bad driving, good cooking, and the missing head of a Justin Timberlake statue. Not for the sour of disposition.
This is the first L.B. Gregg Book i’d read and after this i will be looking for her others because it was such an entertaining one.
Caesar is a very likable character, the best part of him is how funny he is and the situations he get himself into. I think most of the characters have something i liked about them. Dan is so self confident, even being as bad detective as he was. I even liked Shep and i dont think he was made to be that much likable.
The mistery part is a bit weak for me and that’s why i didn’t rate it higher, but even with that i believe it was a great reading.
The part i liked the most of the book were the little details, funny little things that happend along the book like the first scene with the olive and other that had me laughing the whole time, i think that was the strongest part, the humor.
I’ll definetly will be looking for more book from this author, i loved her sense of humor. Great book.