The Unexpected Coincidence

The second book in the Mycroft Holmes Adventures series Amelia Jones has turned Mycroft s world upside down but he s oddly satisfied For a woman she s in control of her emotions and eager enough to learn that he finds enjoyment in teaching her, but she s not perfect and Mycroft isn t used to people making mistakes Spending time with the Holmes brothers came with a threatThe second book in the Mycroft Holmes Adventures series Amelia Jones has turned Mycroft s world upside down but he s oddly satisfied For a woman she s in control of her emotions and eager enough to learn that he finds enjoyment in teaching her, but she s not perfect and Mycroft isn t used to people making mistakes Spending time with the Holmes brothers came with a threat Amelia expected, but when the danger comes from her own line of work, she doesn t know where to turn Can she keep Mycroft happy with her progress, while also keeping herself safe
The Unexpected Coincidence The second book in the Mycroft Holmes Adventures series Amelia Jones has turned Mycroft s world upside down but he s oddly satisfied For a woman she s in control of her emotions and eager enough to le

  • Title: The Unexpected Coincidence
  • Author: Amelia Price Jess Mountifield
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Unexpected Coincidence”

    1. The second book in this series. I enjoyed the first book more, as it was faster paced and was littered with riddles that I enjoyed solving. Nonetheless, it was still a great read.

    2. The second installment of this Holmesian-ish series takes up where part one (The Hundred Year Wait) left off. Amelia Jones, the fictional author and protagonist of the series, is congratulating herself on how her rather unusual relationship with Mycroft Holmes is progressing. It’s not exactly a normal relationship, shall we say. That much was established in the first book. It has distinct undertones of master and servant, and I suspect this is something that will develop in future books. Book [...]

    3. Again, I loved the book. The build up to the action part of the book was amazing, it continued with the terrorist plot from the first one, but that was mainly a side story. The author managed to portray all the emotions and reactions of someone who was being stalked, I couldn't find a fault. Looking forward to reading the sequel when it comes out.

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