Just Calamarried, Suckered For Love Mysteries #5 by K.L Hiers

"I just love this series! It's always so much fun and guaranteed to be ridiculous. On top of that it's also hot as hell with all the steamy tentacle goodness." - Jacqueleen

From the Just Calamarried blurb:

Newlyweds Sloane and Loch are eagerly expecting their first child, though for Sloane that excitement is tempered by pregnancy side effects. Carrying a god’s baby would be enough to deal with, especially with the whole accelerated gestation thing, but it’s not like Sloane can take maternity leave. He works for himself as a private investigator. Which leads him to his next case.

At least this strange new mystery distracts him from the stress of constant puking.

When two priests are murdered within hours of each other, a woman named Daphne hires Sloane and Loch to track down the prime suspect—her brother—before the police do. Between untangling a conspiracy of lies and greed, going toe-to-toe with a gangster, and stealing a cat, they hardly have time to decorate a nursery….

Jacqueleen's Review:

In book 5 we are back on a case with a very pregnant Sloane and his husband/god Loch. There are plenty of cameos from old favorites and even a new and powerful acquaintance whom I am very curious about. We are given very little information about him which of course makes me need to know more asap. Fans of the previous books will definitely enjoy this next adventure in the series. At the end of the book is a sneak peek at book 6 and from the little snippet shared I'm getting some MMM vibes. It features a couple I know I've been dying for and it appears they may or may not be adding to their little romance. It could just be Hiers being a big tease or I could be right. All I know is I can't wait to find out!!

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Jacquie's Review:

It was great to be back with Sloane and Loch again. This time Sloane is pregnant with Loch's baby and is dealing with the effects of a godly pregnancy. There's still a case to solve but it is less dramatic and dangerous than before. It was nice to slow down a bit and focus more on the relationship than plot. Loved how the birth and everything after was handled. Cannot be read as a standalone

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Just Calamarried is available in ebook and paperback.