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- Print Length: 303 pages
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- Publication Date: March 7, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B6QJP98
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Of the two heroes, Darke was my favorite. Despite his past mistakes and the betrayal he's experienced, he seems so ready to put others first and try to make a positive difference, even when it comes to keeping the town's drunks from getting behind the wheel!
The author provides some steam 🔥along with a really riveting plot. Comes equipped with a definite solution to the crime and a HFN for Darke and Greene. I look forward to reading more from Parker Avrile about these two.:-)
I received a complimentary advance copy of this book; this is my voluntary and honest review.
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It had a nice pace. The story was well written and kept my interest till the end.
I liked the mystery of guessing who done it. I was thinking of someone else that was doing it.
I was so off the mark.
Thought the two characters had chemistry.
Loved the ending and can’t wait to read more from the author.
Thank you for sharing your book with us.
Let me start off by saying that this isn't a love story between two men. There are some hot scenes and feelings developed, but this isn't a romantic type story. It's about two guys, both involved with FBI/Law Enforcement, who got themselves in trouble that resulted in either being demoted or fired all together, and some jail time. Darke Davis (Formally Darke Gutherie) was released early from prison. He was put there because he destroyed evidence to save his boyfriend (he was a cop) and said boyfriend fled with thirty-nine million dollars and left Darke to take the fall - total douche if you ask me.
Then there's FBI agent Flare Greene. He was demoted for giving files to a reporter and now his trust is in question, for obvious reasons. As a sort of redemption, Flare is given the case of going undercover to get close to Darke to find his old boyfriend, Tyler Acosta and the thirty-nine million dollars. Sounds easy, right? Well, it gets more complicated, especially when they were both witnesses to a murder.
I really liked how smoothly the story flowed. Each chapter is told from either Flare or Darke's point of view. You start to kind of feel for each of these characters because despite the fact that they did something that caused them their careers - they had reasoning behind it, love and justice. There are some sexy scenes, but the story doesn't center around that and that adds to the story for me. I do like how both of them get to tell their sides of the story, even if one of them seems a bit whiny at times, but hey, some people just need to vent about it over and over.
I like the name Darke, but Flare is just a little odd for any man or woman's name.
Do not judge this book by the cover. Which, I'm sorry to say, the cover to me is a bit off putting. I really don't understand the concept of having a cover of random people (men or women). I don't even enjoy buying books with the movie poster cover. I could be in the minority, but I don't enjoy the cover. But do not judge it by that. Definitely pick this up if you wanna read a good mystery.