Reviewed by Louisa
TITLE: Artistic Pursuits
SERIES: Art Series #3
AUTHOR: Andrew Grey
NARRATOR: John Solo
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
LENGTH: 6 hr 39mins
RELEASE DATE: July 11th 2017
Frank Jennings is an FBI agent looking for redemption. Leslie Carlton is an Interpol agent looking for a thief. Attraction flares from the moment they meet on a case searching for a stolen triptych of unique Tiffany windows, but after a single night of stunning passion, Leslie is called back to London to continue his search there. When the case heats up again, Leslie returns to the States-and to Frank-but their investigation is complicated by their tumultuous feelings. Is it possible for two dedicated detectives to pursue each other while they’re tracking down stolen art and the unscrupulous man who steals it?
Artistic Pursuits is another great book from Andrew Grey. This is the 3rd in the Art series and while it can be read as a standalone it also builds on the first two books.
Frank Jennings an FBI agent and Leslie Carlton from Interpol are searching for the person/ people who stole very expensive Tiffany Windows. Working together and spending so much of their free time together feelings grow between them. The passion between the two men is rather hot. The sex scenes were well written and rather inspiring. Their relationship is grows well, even after Leslie returns to London leaving Frank.
I like the mystery element of this story too. Andrew Grey writes a good mystery/ who did it story. I enjoyed the way it all came together. The story is entertaining and intriguing and very enjoyable. I love that the story isn’t dependant on the previous two books, but I really enjoyed visiting with past MCs who are now secondary characters. And I really like the fact that while all of these stories are about Art, they are all different. Each one is unique which makes them a great series to listen to or read in a row.
John Solo does the narration for Artistic Pursuits. He does a good job. I am not a big fan of his English accent and I feel that in places the narration is a little forced and lacks feeling. But overall the narration is good and well worth listening too. The book is a good length at over 6 hours.
After listening to the first three books of this series I look forward to number 4 of the Art Series.