Oliver “Ollie” Petroskovic’s life as an international supermodel was heading in the right direction. He worked part-time for his brother at his detective agency—Petroskovic Haven Investigations—and had just bought his dream house. But all that changed when he found his brother dead, a victim of PTSD-induced suicide.
Almost a year later, Ollie is trying to keep his brother’s business afloat, but can’t get his PI license. Then his brother’s best friend, Kade Alme, shows up, fresh from the battlefield after a close brush with death. Kade is looking for a new life, in more ways than one, and with PI license in hand, he’s exactly what Ollie needs to keep PHI running.
When one of Ollie’s childhood friends gets in trouble, Ollie feels he has to help. Kade insists on investigating if only to keep Ollie safe. Neither realizes the danger they’re in as someone tries to tear them apart before they can find solid ground together.
I can honestly say it’s been a long time since I’ve activity disliked a character as much as I disliked Oliver. That sniveling primadonna act got old so fast. The whining that no one would take him seriously, but he refused to dress, act or behave like an adult. I get he thinks nothing and no one should have a label, guess what, the world doesn’t work that way. Lose the chip, grow up, be the man your brother wanted you to be, in any form, but take responsibilities. This is why, they invited power suites and such. That was the problem, It’s not me, Oliver, no it had to be the rest of the world. I’ve no time for that.
I can safely say, if it wasn’t for Kade and the porn star case, I probably would have turned this in as DNF.
Kade is just getting his life together and wants to help Oliver get his back on track. Luckily, they are handed this case, And half way through we start focusing on that and not the drama that is Oliver.
As we get deeper into the case, and Kade and Oliver start relearning each other it it actually starts getting interesting. The who-done-it gets twisted and keeps you guess.
But it’s not enough for me.
I think the narrator, first time I’ve heard him. Did a good job pulling off the voices, and maybe that was part of the problem, I hear too much detail.
Story – 2