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Fire and Granite (Carlisle Deputies Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Other than that there is not a beat that Mr. Grey misses here in his current modus operandus of bringing together two very different but insanely attracted (to each other) men with the help of a couple of children. So, there, I've outlined the whole plot in one sentence.
Clay the cop and Andrew the judge are credible in virtually every respect--tall, muscular cop and handsome, toned and smaller judge. Oh, they have issues within themselves and their families, but other than that we have a delightful romance woven through a very frightening scenario.
Mr. Grey brings in a sparkling dog, two nearly orphaned children and some characters from other books in his Carlisle cops and firemen series to give you quite a loving, and lovely, ride.
I read this on the plane in about three hours. Nicely done, and there might also be a hint here about one of the MCs in the next book. Hope so.
Beyond that, I was expecting more conflict between Andrew and Clay in the beginning; I suppose that I anticipated an enemies to lovers theme and just didn't get it.
The story was solid, and I may have rated it better if I didn't have the expectation, and if this wasn't stretching the believability of the same situation happening again. I liked all of the characters in the book, and I liked the developments in the plot that kept me guessing, but felt natural and realistic.
I enjoy the series because the reader can visit beloved characters again and again, enjoy how these men become good friends, help each other when one or the other is faced with a small or enormous problem and how they become great parents and make a better life for the children needing them.
I’ve really enjoyed this series so far… some maybe more than others, but anyone who follows any of my reviews, know that I’m such a sucker for hot dads, or….hot uncles even. In this one, we have Judge Andrew Phillips who’s being threatened by a criminal he had a few rocky run-ins with before finally making an example of him when sentencing him to prison… It seemed the felon didn’t take to kindly to the way the judge handled him or their run-ins, so when he planned an elaborate escape, he wanted revenge on the judge….
That’s where Officer Clay Brown comes in… now, this is where the water gets a little murky for me. See, Harper Grange – the felon that’s after Judge Phillips, is Clay’s cousin. Granted, they didn’t have much to do with one another’s sides of the family, even though their mothers are sisters… it still seemed like a huge conflict of interest or something… I understand that Clay is a cop and a good one too, but that’s his family… I would think that he’d be off any case pertaining to his family, and especially NOT the one and only one in charge of protecting the guy that his cousin is after. I can’t be the only one who thought that, can I?
But, if you can get over that fact… the hot cop wants to look out for Andrew, and watching them fall for one other is sweet and such a given… they’re so good for each other. Everything is so up in the air, waiting for more threats from the cousin and trying to hide out and be safe, and then Andrew gets some devastating news about his sister and her kids, making him need to jump in while everything is so crazy and take care of his niece and nephew.
They were adorable, and we all know how I feel about kids in stories… I know some don’t like it, but really… how can you not melt when somebody is so good with kids? Puppies and kids…. Throw the cold water over me, I’ll need it.
As these guys juggle a new relationship, learn how to be there for two kids who are suddenly without their mama, and a deranged lunatic just waiting to jump out and hurt you… it’s still such a sweet, somewhat angsty read. I’m looking forward to more!
And of course, we get our HFN, with snibbits from all the other hotties from this series.
4 stars from me on this one.