Author: Sam B. Morgan
Publisher: Loose Id
Cover Artist: Mina Carter
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 01/01/2017
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Gay Romance
Fifteen years with the Los Angeles Police Department, Mike Graham is a seasoned cop and a damn good training officer. On the brutal streets of LA, he’s witnessed every type of crime and taught countless rookies how to survive while they protect and serve. Nothing surprises him anymore. That is, until he meets Nathan York.
Nathan York shouldn’t be a cop. With his Beverly Hills background and pretty boy good looks, he’s fit for the land of movie stars and nose jobs. Too bad being LAPD is all he’s ever wanted. No longer a rookie, he thinks he’s ready for anything, even if the next challenge is working with his hard-assed yet magnetic ex-training officer.
Partners on the job, Mike and Nate both struggle with an attraction that has no place in their world. Their explosive chemistry reaches a point it cannot be ignored, but the same chemistry that consumes them could destroy the very thing that binds them together.
I first read this book back when it was first released in 2012 so when Loose Id re-released it I jumped at the chance to do a re-read.
Glad to say it was just as enjoyable, and hot, as the first time around.
Mike and Nate are cop partners with a strong friendship. There’s also a connection between them that goes beyond just being bros. This chemistry was totally explosive both before they got together and after.
The action here is also done very well. Morgan is a strong author with a talent for creating strong characters.
One of the better cop stories I’ve read recently.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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