To me, Paul Soloman is someone who doesn't really want to admit his relationship has run its course - I think he was relying on what he knew, and didn't want this to change, hence why he was still living with his ex-boyfriend well after their relationship was over.
He and his detective partner Tim Cullen were given a case of two gay boys found dead - and as the investigation takes place, I have to say it was full of twists and turns and details being uncovered that you just were not expecting.
Once Paul moves into his own place, he does meet someone else, but for some reason he decided not to pursue as a relationship, but just to meet just as friends, but that maybe for the best as the new friend is not quite who he seems at first.
He did meet someone - but this was someone he used to know years earlier.. He met him again, and at first it seemed like when they first met, but as time went by, it was obvious that both had changed. Was this a good thing for them both? Did they have a chance together??
I love that this is book one of The Solomon Series, and I hope that we will again be following both Paul and his detective partner Tim, in the cases they are assigned, but also with what is happening in their personal lives.
I really did enjoy this book, it was a fabulous detective mystery, rather than being on his love life - although this was obviously in the book.. I especially loved the twists and turns and where the evidence eventually took them. This will be one series that I will be keeping a watch out for the next one.......