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- Publication Date: September 13, 2017
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A great story looking forward to next instalment.
Reid Bishop was a US Marshal, but politics and problems drove him out of the service. He’s been doing personal security, but that gig’s about to dry up now that he let some C-List actor get swarmed at an outing. He’s just about to take an extended leave to Kansas to investigate the house his great-uncle left him when his former boss calls with a personal favor. One of their trial witnesses is in jeopardy, and a leak in the Marshals service has them rattled. They want Reid to take the witness–a Vietnamese young man they are calling Lee–out of California and into a safe, unknown space. Kansas it is. Now, Reid and Lee are pretending to be boyfriends, because they are both gay, while Reid takes his time cleaning up his new property and preparing it for sale.
Cam’s ecstatic about listing Reid’s home, until he walks in. It’s in a state of disrepair that ensures it won’t sell fast enough for Cam to get a quick commission. Still, he’s willing to give it a serious go, and even takes Reid up on an offer to work hourly to clear up the house. Lee isn’t happy that Cam’s around so much, because he sees how attracted Reid is to the lithe, upbeat man, and Cam feels awkward about his own attraction to Reid.
They have some stellar missteps, like Reid and Lee meeting Cam in a most revealing way–stepping out of their shower. And there’s strangeness afoot, with shadowy folks checking out the property, digging holes in the yard and breaking in. Reid’s worried it’s hitmen come for Lee, and nearly scares the pants off Cam and others as he totes that gun of his all around. Reid’s jumpiness sets Cam’s wheels a-turning. Are they really boyfriends on an extended leave? Or, are they criminals? Reid’s attraction to Cam is hard to mistake. He’s throwing out come-ons like they’re going out of fashion. It’s highly inappropriate, and Cam’s confused by the mixed signals. That said, Cam’s intrigued to investigate more, and almost afraid to get his heart’s desire.
For me, this was a cute and sweet odd-couple romance. Reid’s near-complacency regarding his and Lee’s welfare didn’t quite jibe with the clear and present danger they were in, so that was a miss for me, but the romance aspect was fun. The story was a bit of a caper, and reminded me of rom-coms that I’ve loved. Lee’s a snot, and he learns some valuable lessons, as do all the characters. Cam learns to stand on his own feet, and respect himself, which was really awesome to see; he’d survived years of emotional abuse from his former partner. Reid’s effusive compliments really help boost Cam’s spirit, and Reid’s time in Kansas limbo help him to sort out his own path–which doesn’t seem to lie in security or law enforcement. There’s a little bit of sexytimes, and they’re yummy, too. Expect an HEA, and a lead-in to a sequel.
And it was so funny. Hell, a lot of D.J. Jamison’s books contain humor but this is the most funny I think. Camden, our hero isn’t blessed being on the bright side of life. His karma is in the gutter and he stumbles from one disaster to another. You really want to hug him tight and never let go.
Although Camden isn’t lucky, he tries everything and his efforts to work as a real estate agent are… quite fruitless until he meet Reid, the sexy house owner of a property Camden hopes he gets out of his dilemma and on his feet. But he hasn’t considered his traitorous heart…
The way how fast the tension between the two guys sparks is a part of the book which lead to small trouble. Reid is hiding behind a cover story and tells the story he is Lee’s boyfriend, a Vietnamese guy he hides from his former gang life because of his endangered situation. The cover blows up pretty soon and Reid has hard times to keep his hands off Camden.
I really liked how well balanced the suspence part of the story was combined with the flirtatious, sexy parts of the book. I was also pretty astonished about the way how Lee was presented and I have the heavy feeling we haven’t seen him the last time… There is a certain touch about him which let him be more and more civil and non-threatening.
As I said Camden isn’t blessed with good luck and therefore a lot of aweful things happening to him, and although they are pretty bad you have to laugh several times. It’s the way how D.J. Jamison presents it and you hope with every part of your body that Camden gets his luck.
The balance between the guys is well done, I liked how the author let them behave, the chemistry is there, the sex is on point and although not overly dominant pretty hot when it is happening. 🙂
The minor character have their good appearances, especially Miguel, Camden’s best friend is a solid pillar he can relies on.
A book with a lots of chemistry between the character, hot sex, thrill and suspense and several twists at the end. Unexpected but well delivered. 5 out of 5 stars for this. It’s a really good opening of the series and I can’t wait to read the second book. I have the feeling I know the pairing. 🙂
Review originally posted on my blog with added content on Mikku-chan / A world full of words
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