Title: Full Disclosure (Nice Guys, #2)
Author: Kindle Alexander
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: September 15, 2014
Genre(s): Contemporary/Police/US Marshall
Page Count: 372
Reviewed by: Gigi
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Deputy United States Marshal Mitch Knox apprehends fugitives for a living. His calm, cool, collected attitude and devastatingly handsome good looks earn him a well-deserved bad boy reputation, both in the field and out. While away on an assignment, he blows off some steam at a notorious Dallas nightclub. Solving the case that has plagued him for months takes a sudden backseat to finding out all there is to know about the gorgeous, shy blond sitting alone at the bar.
Texas State Trooper Cody Turner is moving up the ranks, well on his way to his dream of being a Texas Ranger. While on a two-week mandatory vacation, he plans to relax and help out on his family’s farm. Mitch is the last distraction Cody needs, but the tatted up temptation that walks into the bar and steals his baseball cap is too hard to ignore.
As Mitch’s case gains nationwide attention, how will he convince the sexy state trooper that giving him a chance won’t jeopardize his life’s plan…especially when the evil he’s tracking brings the hate directly to his doorstep, threatening more than just their careers
I really, really liked this book, but because of the incredibly slow start, I did knock a star off what really should have been an easy 5 start read. The story of a Texas State Trooper/Mounted Police Officer and a US Marshall, both big and buff and outrageously male, gay and devastatingly good looking should have at least made my favorites list. Plus, the sex was FUCKING. MIND. BLOWING. Damn! I’m not exaggerating AT ALL. But I lost interest in the book at about the 30% mark and put it down. The only reason I picked it back up is because I love the author and I trusted it would get better. It did, hurrah, but if it had been written by an author unknown to me, this would have been shelved DNF.
I can safely recommend this book and urge you to keep reading if you become bored with the lack of romance during the first half of the book. You will be rewarded handsomely in the end if you do.