Michael Knight is an excellent undercover cop and could take a joke. However, the recent jokes and pranks from his co-workers in regards to his name went too far when they messed with his truck. His fury leads to him walking out on the job he loves and a desire to hit something or someone, like the guy leaning on his truck.
Aaron Slade has worked alone undercover for the International Narcotics Enforcement & Tracking agency for years. When he’s sent to meet his new partner, one he doesn’t even want, sparks fly.
Fists soon follow as Slade deals with Knight’s anger management issues over everything, but especially his I.N.E.T. training. All Knight wants is to be back in the field with his new partner, but it turns out that isn’t the only thing Knight wants from Slade.
When I think of this story it makes me smile.
It puts together a man with anger issues and his new partner is a demanding man who works on his own. The sparks fly within the first meeting and keep on throughout the book.
Knight has been a cop for yrs, but lately it been getting to him. Not the job but his co-workers. Knight is a genius with a photographic mind. He never forgets anything he reads, and most of what he sees. That just makes it worse because he has no patience with other people’s failures.
Slade is my favorite character, he is calm and cool under fire, great at his job, and a true hero. Even a hero has his limits, and the sexy Knight is Slades. When Knight gets angry it just ramps Slade up. They are hot together, and both their IQ’s just make it more interesting.
Knight is a true alpha type personality who wants to control everything and everyone. When that type of personality pairs up with another alpha the sparks fly! Add in fear and intrigued and you have a great book!
This is the start of a series and I can’t wait for the next book!
This is book 2 in the I.N.E.T. series and is not a stand alone novel.
Rob ‘Zep’ Zepple loved working for INET and was never afraid to go undercover to bust the drug dealers who polluted the world. In fact, there was only one thing, one person, who scared him senseless. That was Spider, the bully from his youth.
Spider started working for ATF after graduating college, but he still managed to keep tabs on the man he bullied since they were kids in grade school. There wasn’t a single day that Spider didn’t regret what he’d done to Rob Zepple when they were younger.
When they are thrown together again to back up one of Zep’s coworkers, Spider makes it his goal to convince Zep that he’s a changed man.
But for that to happen, Zep must overcome his fear and sometimes there is a good reason to be afraid.
This book contains M/M sexual situations and is intended for readers of legal age in the country in which they reside.
This is second book in this dynamic series. It can be read as a stand alone.
The reality of our main characters relationship is unique. When Zep is once again thrown together with his childhood nemesis he is determined to be professional. Zeb can’t hide the fear and anger he feels when they come face to face.
Spider regrets what he did to Zep in their school years and wants to work through any issues that are still lingering. He has been fighting his attraction since high school. When they are forced together and told to work it out, things get hot and sexual almost immediately.
The only thing I can say was the main characters relationship went from fear and anger to extremely sexual and intimate to quickly for it to be real. However it is exciting and imaginative, will keep you turning the page until you finish. It has the characters from book one which is great. They have matured into their relationship. I can’t wait for the next book!