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Genre: LGBT 80's Contemporary Previous Book: Fireworks Series Note: Heart and Soul is a continuation of the adventures of Detectives Valenti and O'Brian. Their story began with The Assignment, followed by I'll Be Hot for Christmas and then Fireworks. The Boys are Back... It's been two years since tall, dark, and stoic Detective Valenti, and his partner, blond, intense O'Brian Genre: LGBT 80's Contemporary Previous Book: Fireworks Series Note: Heart and Soul is a continuation of the adventures of Detectives Valenti and O'Brian. Their story began with The Assignment, followed by I'll Be Hot for Christmas and then Fireworks. The Boys are Back... It's been two years since tall, dark, and stoic Detective Valenti, and his partner, blond, intense O'Brian came to terms with their true feelings for each other. Going undercover at the RamJack, the most notorious gay resort in the country, tested their friendship to the limit and forged a new love between them that has grown immeasurably since. But now O'Brian has accepted a new, dangerous undercover assignment where Valenti cannot follow. Working for James Talbert, the man who is single-handedly responsible for more illegal pornography than anyone else in the country, is bad enough. But the porn kingpin is also suspected of making gay snuff films-and his last five stars have ended up six feet under. Valenti begs his partner not to go, but O'Brian is determined to take the assignment-and then fails to check in at the appointed time. Fearing the worst, Valenti goes undercover to rescue his partner, only to find himself caught in Talbert's sadistic web. Now he and O'Brian will be forced to act out a madman's darkest desires on film and hope they both survive. The ordeal will test their love and force them to bare themselves to each other in a way they never have before, both Heart and Soul. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence, voyeurism.


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Genre: LGBT 80's Contemporary Previous Book: Fireworks Series Note: Heart and Soul is a continuation of the adventures of Detectives Valenti and O'Brian. Their story began with The Assignment, followed by I'll Be Hot for Christmas and then Fireworks. The Boys are Back... It's been two years since tall, dark, and stoic Detective Valenti, and his partner, blond, intense O'Brian Genre: LGBT 80's Contemporary Previous Book: Fireworks Series Note: Heart and Soul is a continuation of the adventures of Detectives Valenti and O'Brian. Their story began with The Assignment, followed by I'll Be Hot for Christmas and then Fireworks. The Boys are Back... It's been two years since tall, dark, and stoic Detective Valenti, and his partner, blond, intense O'Brian came to terms with their true feelings for each other. Going undercover at the RamJack, the most notorious gay resort in the country, tested their friendship to the limit and forged a new love between them that has grown immeasurably since. But now O'Brian has accepted a new, dangerous undercover assignment where Valenti cannot follow. Working for James Talbert, the man who is single-handedly responsible for more illegal pornography than anyone else in the country, is bad enough. But the porn kingpin is also suspected of making gay snuff films-and his last five stars have ended up six feet under. Valenti begs his partner not to go, but O'Brian is determined to take the assignment-and then fails to check in at the appointed time. Fearing the worst, Valenti goes undercover to rescue his partner, only to find himself caught in Talbert's sadistic web. Now he and O'Brian will be forced to act out a madman's darkest desires on film and hope they both survive. The ordeal will test their love and force them to bare themselves to each other in a way they never have before, both Heart and Soul. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence, voyeurism.

30 review for Heart and Soul

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    Well….what to say? This book was headed for a 2 star rating throughout more than half of it, then came redemption and it bumped up to three. Heart and Soul is the fourth story in The Assignment series. Where as the first story, The Assignment, was quite good (major emphasis on the sex but there was a story line and lots of angst, which I luuurve) the subsequent shorts (I'll Be Hot for Christmas and Fireworks) were rather meagre. With no real plot and nothing happening to push the story (or Nick a Well….what to say? This book was headed for a 2 star rating throughout more than half of it, then came redemption and it bumped up to three. Heart and Soul is the fourth story in The Assignment series. Where as the first story, The Assignment, was quite good (major emphasis on the sex but there was a story line and lots of angst, which I luuurve) the subsequent shorts (I'll Be Hot for Christmas and Fireworks) were rather meagre. With no real plot and nothing happening to push the story (or Nick and Sean’s relationship) forward, the shorts felt repetitive and almost dull. Since this book is about as long as the two shorts combined, I was really expecting something. Tension, romance, an original plot. And that’s where it went wrong. Heart and Soul was like a repetition. In every sense of the word. The dialogues: cliché. The suspense plot: cliché. The villain: major cliché. I mean: secret passages behind fireplaces, an uptight English butler, a goon with a three word vocabulary and to top it off: Dr. Evil... Major eye rolling material. The worst thing of all: Heart and Soul was a repetition of the Assignment. Only the other way around. I was just about to give up hope when the second part of the story began. Even though I thought the way Valenti handled his traumatic experience was totally unrealistic (bordering on disturbing) I really liked seeing O’Brian and Valenti together again. And I liked the new addition to their sexual repertoire. It meant something. It pushed the men’s relationship forward and it took them a step closer to embracing their sexuality. I'm just sad something like this couldn't happen earlier on in the series. All in all, not horrible, but no so great either. And I've come to the conclusion that Evangeline Anderson is not for me. She writes good smut, but she can't pull of an engaging, layered story with character development.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Unapologetic_Bookaholic

    Valenti and O'brian's appearance in this spicy short is a fan treat. O'brien says yes to an assignment that could put his life in danger. He goes in alone and Valenti is upset when he doesn't hear from O'brian one night. There are some cringe inducing moments between Valenti and O'brian while at the mercy of the porn kingpin. The feeling is there. You get the play by play that these two love each other and, now, they aren't afraid who knows it. The raw awarness has been soaked up by them being tog Valenti and O'brian's appearance in this spicy short is a fan treat. O'brien says yes to an assignment that could put his life in danger. He goes in alone and Valenti is upset when he doesn't hear from O'brian one night. There are some cringe inducing moments between Valenti and O'brian while at the mercy of the porn kingpin. The feeling is there. You get the play by play that these two love each other and, now, they aren't afraid who knows it. The raw awarness has been soaked up by them being together for a while, so your left with just enjoying the story for what it is. It's not for fans of cops or any other "theme". You gotta like these two specifically, otherwise it'll end up being an "OK" m/m romance.With the added treat of seeing these two together again, stripping away the plot, and leaving bare just Valenti and O'brian? Priceless. 3.5 rounded to 4

  3. 5 out of 5

    DarienMoya

    SHOW ME SOME LOVE!!! What can I say I love these two, Nicky and O'Brian never disappoint. I just love the way they love each other its just so sweet, hot and carnal. These two light my fire and casue cumbustion whenever I read them. So Nick and O'Brian are best friends turned lovers we met them in the The Assignment. Two years has passed since then and they are more in love. So we know in the first book they got together because they went undercover as a gay couple and they both realized that wha SHOW ME SOME LOVE!!! What can I say I love these two, Nicky and O'Brian never disappoint. I just love the way they love each other its just so sweet, hot and carnal. These two light my fire and casue cumbustion whenever I read them. So Nick and O'Brian are best friends turned lovers we met them in the The Assignment. Two years has passed since then and they are more in love. So we know in the first book they got together because they went undercover as a gay couple and they both realized that what they felt for each other was more than friendship. That assignment was bit dangerous but this one that O`Brian wants to take is highly dangerous and he has to go without Nicky. Nicky hates the idea but O`Brian is dead set on going. Where he is going undercover is the home of a gay porn kingpin suspected of making gay snuff films. So O'Brian is to call and check in everyday but when he fails to call at his assigned time, Nick knows something is wrong. This one was definately cringe worthy, it falls in the same aspect of the first books but its a lot more weird and unsettling. These two always end up in some very sticky situations and its great to watch them get out of it. I just love the bond these two share and the very sexy way they express their love. This assignment was dangerous good!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    We once again visit Valenti & O'Brian. It is about 2 years and 2 months after The Assignment. The two men are still partners on the police force and still hiding their relationship. This time there is a case of a man making gay porn snuff films and O'Brian goes undercover to try to get evidence, but since Valenti can't go in as back up O'Brian agrees to check in everyday. When he doesn't check in one day Valenti knows something is wrong and goes in after him. This story is disturbing early on. In We once again visit Valenti & O'Brian. It is about 2 years and 2 months after The Assignment. The two men are still partners on the police force and still hiding their relationship. This time there is a case of a man making gay porn snuff films and O'Brian goes undercover to try to get evidence, but since Valenti can't go in as back up O'Brian agrees to check in everyday. When he doesn't check in one day Valenti knows something is wrong and goes in after him. This story is disturbing early on. In the original there was a moment that is actually referenced in this book that was almost too dark. In this is is too dark. There is nothing sexy about being forced into sexual acts. I had to actually put the book down between the case and the making up sections because I I was too disturbed to read about anything loving after that. I mean these guys already have it hard. They are gay police officers in the early 80s. But you add all the trauma to their relationship and I feel like they would need more that kind words and good sex to fix things. These guys should be in long serious therapy sessions for years.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Macky

    4.5* Featuring Detectives Valenti and O'Brian from The Assignment the first and my favourite of the series, this shortish follow up has our intrepid trouble magnets caught up in a snuff porn operation which puts their lives and love on the line. Sexy, satisfying read ...you've got to love these guys. Another fave couple and highly enjoyable. 4.5* Featuring Detectives Valenti and O'Brian from The Assignment the first and my favourite of the series, this shortish follow up has our intrepid trouble magnets caught up in a snuff porn operation which puts their lives and love on the line. Sexy, satisfying read ...you've got to love these guys. Another fave couple and highly enjoyable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    Another very nice instalment in this series. I liked the initial tension of the current case Sean and Nick are working on combined with their developing relationship. There are a few things they need to come to terms with as a result of their newest predicament (those two just can't seem to stay out of trouble). The result left me hoping for more stories. Another very nice instalment in this series. I liked the initial tension of the current case Sean and Nick are working on combined with their developing relationship. There are a few things they need to come to terms with as a result of their newest predicament (those two just can't seem to stay out of trouble). The result left me hoping for more stories.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Triad

    The story takes place about two years after "the assignment". Valenti and O' Brian are still deeply in love with each other and still hiding their relationship in the closet. Let's not forget it is still early 80s. During a new assignment they both end up at the mercy of a gay porn kingpin. The traumatic experience Valenti had was a bit too much for me. A bit too disturbing. I don't think good sex and love words were enough at the end of the story to correct the situation and the trauma. Anyhow, The story takes place about two years after "the assignment". Valenti and O' Brian are still deeply in love with each other and still hiding their relationship in the closet. Let's not forget it is still early 80s. During a new assignment they both end up at the mercy of a gay porn kingpin. The traumatic experience Valenti had was a bit too much for me. A bit too disturbing. I don't think good sex and love words were enough at the end of the story to correct the situation and the trauma. Anyhow, it was great that they were finally happy embracing their sexuality and I would like to have more stories with Valenti and O' Brian in the future.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zainab

    Oh, the things those two go through :((

  9. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    I found the sexual violence gratuitous.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    I so missed these guys. Detective Sean O'Brian and his partner Nick Valenti, who got real close and personal in "The Assignment" have been lovers for two years after their fateful time at the RamJack club posing as a gay couple to expose a drug ring. Now Nick is devastated when his partner takes off on a special assignment on his own, infiltrating the household of a dangerous gay porn producer whose latest movies turned out rather violent and disturbing - with the depicted models having vanished I so missed these guys. Detective Sean O'Brian and his partner Nick Valenti, who got real close and personal in "The Assignment" have been lovers for two years after their fateful time at the RamJack club posing as a gay couple to expose a drug ring. Now Nick is devastated when his partner takes off on a special assignment on his own, infiltrating the household of a dangerous gay porn producer whose latest movies turned out rather violent and disturbing - with the depicted models having vanished for good. Sean promises to call Nick daily to let him know he's alright, but one day, the call doesn't come and Nick takes matters into his own hands to save the man he loves. Little does he know that he and Sean would soon be playing a lethal role in the wacky porn director's latest masterpiece. Ouch, ouch, ouch. Pretty intense for a novella. Whoever invented over-sized dildos should get a very special treatment with his own toys! I could barely look... (no wonder I never finished the 'The Flesh Cartel #1: Capture'). I absolutely love Irishman Sean and his Colombian partner Nick, with Sean being the cool and stubborn young counterpart to Nick's brooding, tormented hotness. I love how they overcame their issues with their attraction to each other and sailed into their HEA with this story. P.S.: The sex is insanely hot - as it is in any of Evangeline Anderson's books. Just saying ;-) 5 stars!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Charmaine Stephens

    This 4th book in the "Assignment" series I would definitely say is the roughest out of the bunch! Some stuff that goes down in "Heart & Soul" is a bit hardcore BDSM play. It gave it more of an edge with suspense and felt like it raised the stakes and upped the ante. I like how it feels like O'Brian has excepted himself and his sexuality more than ever. After everything him and Valenti have been through together. Its refreshing to see them finally find a happy place. And desperate times, c This 4th book in the "Assignment" series I would definitely say is the roughest out of the bunch! Some stuff that goes down in "Heart & Soul" is a bit hardcore BDSM play. It gave it more of an edge with suspense and felt like it raised the stakes and upped the ante. I like how it feels like O'Brian has excepted himself and his sexuality more than ever. After everything him and Valenti have been through together. Its refreshing to see them finally find a happy place. And desperate times, calls for desperate measures. Some situations happen in here that truly proves that they sincerely do love each other. Way beyond friendship, sex, or even being partners on the force. Sometimes when your back is against the wall and you have nothing left to do but what you feel is a nightmare is the only way out. I felt the deep bond & love between them more than ever. The sex was cut down somewhat less in here. But that was fine with me. This book is more on the shorter story side. Not even 200 pages. But as always I love the dirty talk & chemistry these two bring to the table.The author has a brilliant way of making the sexual tension literally jump off the pages where you feel pulled into it yourself. Not sure if this will be the last book in this series or if there's one more on the way. But I've enjoyed the journey with Valenti & O'Brian just the same. 4 stars!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Jo

    So this is the 4th installment in the Assignment Series that takes place two years after The Assignment and is by far the darkest and most disturbing of the four. O'Brian has taken a solo assignment into the underbelly of the porn world to stop the source of gay snuff films. He won't back out of it even though Valenti begs him not to do it. When O'Brian doesn't check in during his appointed check in time, Valenti knows something is seriously wrong so he goes undercover and goes in to save his lo So this is the 4th installment in the Assignment Series that takes place two years after The Assignment and is by far the darkest and most disturbing of the four. O'Brian has taken a solo assignment into the underbelly of the porn world to stop the source of gay snuff films. He won't back out of it even though Valenti begs him not to do it. When O'Brian doesn't check in during his appointed check in time, Valenti knows something is seriously wrong so he goes undercover and goes in to save his lover and partner only to get tangled up in the same mess as O'Brian. It's a replay of The Assignment, in that they are yet again figured out by the Big Bad and forced into pretty horrible sexual acts which can make some squirm. They do manage to escape the situation, of course. They make it up to each other in a very hot way and it's very clear that they are very much in love with each other. I love these two guys together and would love to see more about them.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    I loved that the author did another book with O'Brien and Valenti, but darn it. I wanted it to be much, much longer! These guys are so great together and reading them is fun, sexy and heartfelt. Here Sean goes undercover as a pool boy at a mansion where the owner is reputed to make illegal gay porno and snuff films. Obviously Nick doesn't want him to go because there's only one position and Sean has to go by himself. My only complaint is that this scenario is too similar to what happened in book I loved that the author did another book with O'Brien and Valenti, but darn it. I wanted it to be much, much longer! These guys are so great together and reading them is fun, sexy and heartfelt. Here Sean goes undercover as a pool boy at a mansion where the owner is reputed to make illegal gay porno and snuff films. Obviously Nick doesn't want him to go because there's only one position and Sean has to go by himself. My only complaint is that this scenario is too similar to what happened in book one. I think the author needs a new script instead of using the "threatening these guys with video of them doing each other". However I still enjoyed them and their interaction. And there was some surprising emotional angst not expected that was sweet and tender.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    The boys from The Assignment are back. O'Brian and Valenti have return in the fourth installment, Heart and Soul. Now the orginal was one of the first m/m romance stories I read and to this day it is one of my favorite. As much as it hurts me to say it I was a little disappointed with Heart and Soul. The story line is too similar to the orignal and lacks its sense of humor. I was glad to see the characters(Like old friends), but I wanted a more diverse storyline. That said I still enjoyed reading The boys from The Assignment are back. O'Brian and Valenti have return in the fourth installment, Heart and Soul. Now the orginal was one of the first m/m romance stories I read and to this day it is one of my favorite. As much as it hurts me to say it I was a little disappointed with Heart and Soul. The story line is too similar to the orignal and lacks its sense of humor. I was glad to see the characters(Like old friends), but I wanted a more diverse storyline. That said I still enjoyed reading it. O'Brian and Valenti are a great pair and I hope their story continues...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Pianisuparse

    Another short read following Sean and Nicky's dramas and inner dilemmas and more importantly their problem solving and solutions, always involving HOT sex! " Heart and soul, O'Brian agreed. Us against them. That's the way it's always gonna be." - Sean 2.5 I do like Sean and Nicky stars Another short read following Sean and Nicky's dramas and inner dilemmas and more importantly their problem solving and solutions, always involving HOT sex! " Heart and soul, O'Brian agreed. Us against them. That's the way it's always gonna be." - Sean 2.5 I do like Sean and Nicky stars

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Well wasn't that just a brutal little short. Is it bad that I loved it anyways?!? Poor boys. Well wasn't that just a brutal little short. Is it bad that I loved it anyways?!? Poor boys.

  17. 4 out of 5

    cagla tastemur

    I love them so much.They are best couples in universe.And Even ıf I want more reading them I sad because THe series is finish.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Thomas

    Love these guys. Hot novella.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Phoenix

    I loved the first book in this series, but as the series went on I was more disappointed. Don't get me wrong, the sex scenes are great. It's the parts in between that are just contrived. There is no organic flow between the characterizations and what the characters actually do. Two tough detective, who've been friends since their academy days, who've seen each other through the best and the worst of their lives, including divorces and nearly being killed, find themselves falling in love with eac I loved the first book in this series, but as the series went on I was more disappointed. Don't get me wrong, the sex scenes are great. It's the parts in between that are just contrived. There is no organic flow between the characterizations and what the characters actually do. Two tough detective, who've been friends since their academy days, who've seen each other through the best and the worst of their lives, including divorces and nearly being killed, find themselves falling in love with each other, only to lose the ability to talk to each other and when the going gets tough they shut each other out. Just doesn't sound real. Sure the first few times it's plausible, but it keeps happening. Worse yet where most people use sex to avoid talking, they withhold sex when avoiding talking and then open up when the other traps the other into having sex. Again, doesn't work that way. Do get me wrong, there is a lot I like about this series of books (Okay well the main characters sound hot and the sex scenes are good), but most everything else reads as filler until the next sex scene. Snidely Whiplash twirls his mustache and says, "shove the big black dildo up your partners backside," throwing his head back he laughs maniacally. "You [email protected]!" Oh Pulease.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Secretly Reading

    HEART AND SOUL is a great conclusion to the series but even a newcomer could pick this erotic novella up and enjoy it. Cops Valenti and O'Brian have been lovers for two years when O'Brian agrees to take a dangerous undercover assignment without Valenti. When O'Brian fails to check in with Valenti, he knows something is wrong and goes to rescue O'Brian. Now an evil snuff porn director is holding both O'Brian and Valenti, and their relationship and lives are at risk. I've really enjoyed this erotic HEART AND SOUL is a great conclusion to the series but even a newcomer could pick this erotic novella up and enjoy it. Cops Valenti and O'Brian have been lovers for two years when O'Brian agrees to take a dangerous undercover assignment without Valenti. When O'Brian fails to check in with Valenti, he knows something is wrong and goes to rescue O'Brian. Now an evil snuff porn director is holding both O'Brian and Valenti, and their relationship and lives are at risk. I've really enjoyed this erotic MM romance series. It's fun that the setting is the 1980's Los Angeles and the men are my favorite friends-to-lovers trope characters. This novella offers a great relationship conclusion I enjoyed. The men's romance is still highly sexual but this offers the big emotional denouement for the HEA. As with the other installments in this series, the suspense part of the story is contrived but it still worked enough for me. HEART AND SOUL is a series readers will adore and newcomers could pick up here but why not start at the book one and enjoy a good series? Originally reviewed for The Romance Reviews

  21. 5 out of 5

    mah1

    Despite having all the right elements, Heart and Soul is my least favorite EA book to date. Mostly it is due to the fact that it read more like a shortened version of the first book in the series, The Assignment, rather than a sequel. Also, O'Brian was kind of aselfish prick. Some of the writing was almost word for word from the previous short, Fireworks. I do love a good Fuck-or-Die and overall the author did deliver what was promised. Ms Anderson is also very good at keeping the plot simple en Despite having all the right elements, Heart and Soul is my least favorite EA book to date. Mostly it is due to the fact that it read more like a shortened version of the first book in the series, The Assignment, rather than a sequel. Also, O'Brian was kind of aselfish prick. Some of the writing was almost word for word from the previous short, Fireworks. I do love a good Fuck-or-Die and overall the author did deliver what was promised. Ms Anderson is also very good at keeping the plot simple enough without adding elemnts that would do nothing for the story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Blackmermaid

    Sean decides to go on an undercover case without Nick, which Nick is not happy about. Of course, everything does not go according to plan. Nick could tell something was not right. I feel like this story was similar to The Assignment. It was a short story, but more substantial than I'll Be Hot for Christmas and Fireworks. If this is the last one, I would have loved more of an ending. Sean decides to go on an undercover case without Nick, which Nick is not happy about. Of course, everything does not go according to plan. Nick could tell something was not right. I feel like this story was similar to The Assignment. It was a short story, but more substantial than I'll Be Hot for Christmas and Fireworks. If this is the last one, I would have loved more of an ending.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Ah, this poor m/m romantic suspense got a bit caught in my expectations for it (sequel to The Assignment!) and my discomfort with parts of the story itself. Don’t get me wrong – it was a decent read and definitely worth reading if you enjoyed the previous book (and subsequent shorts) – but I had trouble reading around all the plot holes. *sigh* Ah, this poor m/m romantic suspense got a bit caught in my expectations for it (sequel to The Assignment!) and my discomfort with parts of the story itself. Don’t get me wrong – it was a decent read and definitely worth reading if you enjoyed the previous book (and subsequent shorts) – but I had trouble reading around all the plot holes. *sigh*

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    While Heart and Soul could be read as a stand-alone book, so much of the history from the first book, The Assignment, on Valenti and O'Brian's relations is needed to fully appreciate this sequel. This is a short book, it weighed in at 89 pages on my iPad, but I didn't feel that the story was rushed or lacking. It's a fast paced read and I would recommend it to anyone who's already read The Assignment. You'll like it. While Heart and Soul could be read as a stand-alone book, so much of the history from the first book, The Assignment, on Valenti and O'Brian's relations is needed to fully appreciate this sequel. This is a short book, it weighed in at 89 pages on my iPad, but I didn't feel that the story was rushed or lacking. It's a fast paced read and I would recommend it to anyone who's already read The Assignment. You'll like it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    sk B

    So, like many others have been saying the plot line of this book is basically a rewrite of the 1st book. It doesn't mean this book isn't entertaining but at near $5 for very very few pages and nothing really new it was way over priced. The writing is good, and the adult scenes are hot, the characters are still really lovable too which is what makes the disappointment worse. So much potential that wasn't met :( So, like many others have been saying the plot line of this book is basically a rewrite of the 1st book. It doesn't mean this book isn't entertaining but at near $5 for very very few pages and nothing really new it was way over priced. The writing is good, and the adult scenes are hot, the characters are still really lovable too which is what makes the disappointment worse. So much potential that wasn't met :(

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ann32

    I have no idea why I kept on reading all the books of this series when I clearly didn't love the first one. The author must be doing something right because though the silly and yaoish plots, I can still recall something good about it. This series has a good mix of PWP, angst and manly men which makes it er, readable. No, I still have no idea why I read it. Or why I even re-read it form time to time. Someone should enlighten me. I have no idea why I kept on reading all the books of this series when I clearly didn't love the first one. The author must be doing something right because though the silly and yaoish plots, I can still recall something good about it. This series has a good mix of PWP, angst and manly men which makes it er, readable. No, I still have no idea why I read it. Or why I even re-read it form time to time. Someone should enlighten me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    dbbks3

    The middle of the story was similar to the first story except the quys have been in relationship for awhile. The last third made the story. Seeing them come together (no pun intended - well maybe) with such love and acceptance was warm and sexy. I also seeing more interaction with their Captain as they still try to keep their personal lives out of the police department. I would love to read a fully developed novel written about these two characters.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Varia

    This was a quick read. The basic plot was very similar to "The Assignment". This could have been "The Assignment II". There is very little interaction with secondary characters. The bad guys are thugs. The good guys are good. All in all a readable book, but it would have benefited from a storyline that was not so similar to its predecessor. This was a quick read. The basic plot was very similar to "The Assignment". This could have been "The Assignment II". There is very little interaction with secondary characters. The bad guys are thugs. The good guys are good. All in all a readable book, but it would have benefited from a storyline that was not so similar to its predecessor.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Olga

    I guess I got the wrong author. Except for the first book assignment, all others I read so far been more porn than a story and even if I like the writing style, none of the books made any impression. This story wasn't better so I had to drop it after I read same word-for-word passages from the older books. I guess I got the wrong author. Except for the first book assignment, all others I read so far been more porn than a story and even if I like the writing style, none of the books made any impression. This story wasn't better so I had to drop it after I read same word-for-word passages from the older books.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    The first half of this story is an extended scene in which the main characters are tortured sexually. It felt like the author intended this to be titillating. It wasn't. The remaining parts of the book were just banal and cliched. The first half of this story is an extended scene in which the main characters are tortured sexually. It felt like the author intended this to be titillating. It wasn't. The remaining parts of the book were just banal and cliched.

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