In Plain Sight (Second Sight) by K.C. Wells

In Plain Sight is a crime thriller with secondary MM romance and second in the Second Sight series.

From the blurb:

Detective Gary Mitchell and psychic Dan Porter are now investigating cold cases that are literally falling from the sky—a headless body in 2006 and a carpenter who fell from a roof two years ago.

The first case leads them into dangerous territory. The second feels like a dead end.

But what if they’re connected?

Gary has a lot of balls in the air—his work, his new relationship with Dan, his personal quest to discover more about his brother’s murder…. And the more he looks into these two cases, the more convoluted the path becomes.

Everyone is hiding something, and some people would do anything to make sure Gary and Dan don't uncover the truth. 

Dangerous territory indeed. 

Sheena's Review:

In Plain Sight is the second in a series, but I actually read it first before going back and reading the first. I enjoyed it as a standalone crime story. The romance is really secondary in this story. That's not a negative in the slightest, though. This is such a tightly plotted, twisty and turny crime story with lots of red herrings and twists. There is everything here, from murder, conspiracy, and theft to tragedy.

I like both Dan and Gary, and in fact I liked them so much I went back and read the first book to see how they met and got together. I like that they're an established couple here with so little drama or conflict, it's so refreshing to see.  

I read this in one sitting because I couldn't put it down and had to know how it would all play out. I really enjoyed it and look forward to more in this series.

Rating: 5 Stars

In Plain Sight is available to buy in ebook and paperback formats.