- File Size: 1890 KB
- Print Length: 683 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Lori A. Witt (February 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00I6ROC30
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,713 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Cover Me Boxed Set: The Complete Trilogy Kindle Edition
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The third story is about the characters from the first story and I enjoyed seeing them trying to work through issues and decide what they were going to do. Overall, I love L.A. Witt and would recommend this.
Book 2 Trust Me was really good. There was lots of action and hot romance. The situation Detective Clifton found himself in with James exciting. To think that the one you are in a relationship with is also a suspect in the murders you are investigating was a gem. Great story, lots of action and drama, and dirty cops. This was a 4 star.
Book 3 Search Me was ok. The stories of Nick and Andrew were both slow. While Nick was suffering from the drama in Book 1 (trying not to be a spoiler) he also had to contend with Andrew being shot while protecting him. His decision to treat the assailant rather than Andrew haunted him. This dude truly needed therapy. Then they needed couples therapy. However, I was routing from Nick and Andrew to work out their differences and stay together. This last book was a 3.5.
Trust Me: Again very intense with a lot of drama and intrigue. Again the sex was great.
Search Me: This book had close to tears so often I had a headache but it was all worth it. The sex was good but they love and love scenes were better. All in all three great books!
Book 1, Cover Me:
Oh boy! I really, really liked this one!
I figured the mystery part out before the bad guy did his final bad deeds, but it was still interesting to read about the characters' thoughts on the entire mystery part.
Maybe there could have been less erotic scenes thrown in, but somehow they worked and I wasn't actually tired of them by the time I finished the book. And there really were quite a few of those sex scenes but they made sense as sex was the way to unwind for these guys after a stressful day from hell. And while I really, really liked Nick and Andrew together, I especially enjoyed their first interactions together when Nick still didn't know that Andrew was a gay man and interested in him. The anticipation for the first erotic scene was awesome and hot and I think I want to read it again...
I only wish that we had gotten a glimpse into Andrew's head as well. Nick's head was an interesting place to be, but I bet Andrew's would be even more interesting!
Book 2, Trust Me:
I liked the first book in the series more. I liked Nick and Andrew more than I did Brian and James. I believed in their relationship more than I did in Brian and James' relationship as the latter felt way more physical and less emotional than the former. I could see the tension and attraction between Nick and Andrew, but I don't think I really did between Brian and James as they had already been in a relationship of sorts for a couple of months before this story began.
This story's mystery part, though, is a bit better in my mind as I didn't figure out the bad guys so easily (tho I had an inkling) as I did in Cover Me. There are dead bodies from the get go and they keep piling up, so the book is pretty interesting to read about mystery-wise. Too bad the romance part left me more indifferent than not. Also, the sex scenes kind of bored me. The first two or so weren't so boring, but there onwards they did bore me and I would have preferred to see some talking kind of interaction instead.
Book 3: Search Me:
Oh my! This was SO PAINFUL to read! Nick and Andrew were such a perfect fit for one another and it really broke my heart to read about them having problems and thinking of saying good bye to their relationship. And yet it was all worth it as the writing really got to me and I genuinely liked reading it. I have no idea why I waited so long before reading it because it was totally worth it.
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