“Another twisty, densely plotted, utterly satisfying thriller/romance. Highly recommended." Elin Gregory, author of Eleventh Hour
"Fashionistas will delight in the high fashion milieu and the fatally handsome hero, but mystery fans will stick around for the tangled relationships, red herrings, and clever plot twists of Object of Desire. Prepare to be surprised!" Janis Law, Lambda Literary Award-winning Author of The Francis Bacon Mysteries
“Dal MacLean,once again,delivers a riveting story-full of mystery,and intrigue that had me second guessing just,about everyone at some point.” Judith, Dirty Books Obsession
“Author Dal Maclean comes out strong and delivers another outstanding whodunit with her second literary outing, Object of Desire. The emotional quotient in Maclean’s writing runs high, as much here as in Bitter Legacy, her first novel.” Lisa, The Novel Approach
“…this is a novel you won’t want to put down once you begin and it will stay with you days after you finish it. Smart, assured and addictive, Object of Desire once again proves Ms. Maclean to be a master of the genre.” Em, All About Romance
“I was just so very *impressed* by how the author hid the villain in plain sight – literally… Writing magic in the best sense of the word.” Sirius, Dear Author
“Sexy, suspenseful and dark, Object of Desire is my favorite romantic suspense novel of the year.” All About Romance, Em Wittmann Best of 2018
Tom Gray is one of the world’s top models – an effortless object of desire. Self-contained, elusive and always in control, he’s accustomed to living life entirely on his own terms.
But when Tom is implicated in the circumstances surrounding the gory death of his lover’s ex-wife, his world begins to spiral into chaos.
Someone’s framing him. Someone’s stalking him.
Will Foster is the only man Tom trusts to help him. But Tom brutally burned all bridges between them two years before, and Will paid a bitter price.
As shocking secrets come to light, and more people begin to die, Tom desperately seeks answers among old crimes. But he finds his adversary always one step ahead.
Somehow, Tom must persuade Will to help him find out who’s invading his life. Before all he values is taken from him.