Book Two in the Bonds of Justice series.
To find a family heirloom a man must ask for help from another who he has been fighting his attraction for. They join forces and find that they have more in common than either expected.
Detective Hunter Montgomery finds himself personally involved when a family heirloom is stolen. To find the culprits of the robbery ring he has to approach Brooks-the one man who pushes all his buttons. He is attracted to Brooks but knows he'll never go after him, since they're looking for different things. They form an unlikely alliance to track down the heirlooms. As they work together, Hunter can't figure Brooks out. The man comes across as if nothing bothers him, yet when Hunter asks for his help Brooks not only agrees he becomes more to him than Hunter expects. As the case gets more complicated, so do his interactions with Brooks. The need he feels flares and Hunter is unable to resist the temptation of Brooks. As the heat between them rises so does the danger in the case they both want solved.
Brooks Walters is willing to work with Hunter even if the man doesn't like him. Since their first meeting, Brooks has gone out of his way to antagonise the usually infallible detective. Each and every time the man gets annoyed and rude with him, Brooks finds it is more amusing than anything else. There is something about the tall, sexy detective that he finds irresistible. Hunter has all the things he likes in a man-he's loyal, protective and is able to match wits with Brooks. When the case he is working on with Hunter heats up so does their passion. With each new clue on the robberies it becomes apparent that the case is more complicated that either of them had known. Brooks will go out of his way to make sure the man who has slid into his life will succeed in their Wicked Alliance.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
|Number of pages||116|
|Genre||Gay M/M, Contemporary|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
|Cover art by||Posh Gosh|