Daniel's King

Book Seven in the King Brothers Investigation Series

Richard White is new to the private investigation business after being invited to work for the King Brothers by Jayden King, fiancé of Sienna, who his mother has worked for as a housekeeper for the past ten years. With Sienna and Jayden now married with a family of their own, he has moved out of the house to start a life of his own.

He still loves them all, but he needs to be able to be himself, the one thing he cannot be around them. The issue? There is one detail he has never told them. It is the one reason he has never settled down with a woman he loves, because he could never love a woman. He could only ever love a man!

Daniel Cooper has suspected his wife of having an affair since they first got married. It wouldn’t surprise him because they only got married for the sake of their families. They never really loved each other, but they were expected to have a family together. The problem was, Daniel couldn’t bring himself to have a family with her – in fact, with any woman. He has always suspected he preferred men, but would never admit it to himself. Until now.

To get out of the loveless marriage, he hires King Brothers Investigation Services to prove his wife’s infidelity. It is there that he meets Richard White, who he knew as Romeo when they met recently at a local gay bar. Spending time with him, he realises that this is who he wants to spend the rest of his life with. However, when his wife is killed under suspicious circumstances and her lover is involved in a car accident, all the evidence points in Daniel’s direction.

Can Richard and the rest of the King Brothers team prove Daniel’s innocence before it is too late? If they do, will Richard and Daniel finally admit the feelings they have for each other to both themselves and the ones they love?

Daniel’s King is a mystery romance with a happily ever after and is the seventh and final book in the King Brothers Investigation series. 


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