Divine Proportion by Cole McCade
Series: Criminal Intentions Season Two #6
Release Date: July 10, 2020
Page Count: 369 pages
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While Captain Anjulie Zarate y Salazar faces a crisis of loyalty at home, Malcolm Khalaji faces another crisis in Los Angeles—one that will test him to his absolute limits.
And that crisis is named Yoon Eun-Ji.
When mandatory mental health leave turns into a not-particularly-optional dinner invitation from Seong-Jae’s parents, Malcolm finds himself thrust into the pure chaos that can only be the entire Yoon family within the same four walls. Multilingual mortification. Sassy sisters. Scorchingly spicy steak. And intimate moments that are exactly what Malcolm needs to distract himself from the building tsunami of trauma inside him, threatening to break and crash down at any moment.
But Malcolm isn’t the only one taking advantage of the distraction to confront difficult issues—and a story within a story unravels as Seong-Jae descends deep into memories of his time with Sila, searching for anything that could unearth clues about who the cat-eyed man truly is, where his path will take him next, his connection to the Golden Ratio Killer…and the dangers that threaten the people Malcolm and Seong-Jae love most.
Echoes of the past. Remembered pains. Emerging patterns. New revelations.
And a confession that could change everything.
For better or for worse, by the end of this case…
Malcolm and Seong-Jae will never be the same.
This book melted my heart into a puddle of goo!! Malcolm and Seong-Jae are so intense and it just keeps getting better and better. Criminal Intentions is one of my favourite series of all time.
Malcom finally meets Seong-Jae’s parents! He is so adorably nervous. Twi thirds of this book is pure fluff. That dinner was hilarious. And baby pictures!!
Also something I’ve been waiting for since forever finally happens, making this my favourite book in the series.
Sila is a manipulative little bitch and I spent an unhealthy amount of time wanting to murder that bastard. Even mentioning his name pisses me off.
Of course it’s not all sunshine and roses and that cliffhanger is giving me chills. Also the prologue in this book almost took me out but the author’s note was really helpful. Can’t wait for the next book! I have finally caught up which means now I have to wait!!😥