Review: Full Disclosure by DJ Jamison (Real Estate Relations #1)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing & Design in exchange for an honest review.

Full Disclosure is my fourth read from DJ Jamison, and it's the first in the author's new Real Estate Relations series. We're introduced to twenty-five-year-old aspiring realtor Camden Lewis, who would love nothing more than to finally shed the hot dog costume he dons as a mascot for a fast food place. He's starting over after the disaster of a five-year relationship he had with his alcoholic ex-boyfriend, and when he gets a call regarding a potential listing, he hopes it's the good omen he's been hoping for--the beginning of a better life for himself. But after a robbery at his apartment, Camden is left with no other option than to squat at said listing. When his client stumbles upon him half-naked, Camden isn't entirely sure if he's embarrassed over getting caught squatting or by his swift and sudden attraction to Reid Bishop. There can't be anything wrong with crushing over his client, especially since nothing can ever come of it, not with thirty-five-year-old Reid having a boyfriend thirteen years his junior. However, there's more to Reid than meets the eye, and the truth could be the start of something good or the end of someone's life. 

Lighthearted humor with a smattering of mystery and suspense, DJ Jamison's latest offering proves to be the delightful read that I expected it to be. If this first novel is a reflection of how the rest of the Real Estate Relations series will be, then it's decidedly different from, Hearts & Health, the series I read before it. I mean that in a good way because H&H was a fun read, and the same goes for Full Disclosure, but we all want our series to be distinct from each other, and so far, so good. I liked the chemistry between Camden and Reid, and while this was a slow burn, it was far from boring, what with the fairly obvious mutual attraction between, but it's an attraction neither one can afford to act on. Now, for the record, there is absolutely no cheating that happens here. I don't want to get into how that's even possible, considering Camden and Reid are the main characters and how Reid introduces a peripheral character as his boyfriend, because I'm trying to keep this spoiler-free...though if you read the official synopsis, you'll guess why. Okay, shutting up now. Just read Full Disclosure to see why I feel it's a four-starred read. ♥

Release Date: 14 September 2017

Date Read: 13 September 2017

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