Order and Anarchy (Thin Blue Line #2)



Title: Order and Anarchy (Thin Blue Line #2)
Author: Patricia Logan
Publisher: self-published
Release Date: October 2, 2018
Genre(s): Suspense
Page Count: 333
Reviewed by: Maya
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Blurb:

Homeland Security investigators Felix Jbarra and Pope Dades are about to work their first big case as partners. Someone is creating counterfeit government documents and selling them through a site similar to the old Silk Road which was shut down years ago. As they dive into the case with the help of their friends at the FBI and LAPD, Felix and Pope realize the Dark Web site is selling more than documents. It’s selling death.

When a man connected with the website turns up murdered, it’s all hands on deck and with so many letter agencies involved in this case, coordinating all parties is bound to be a challenge. When yet another agency unexpectedly gets involved, their bosses would find it laughable if it wasn’t so damned dangerous.

Felix and Pope are getting used to being partners but they are well-trained professionals who must learn to trust each other at work as well as at home. When a bomb almost kills them, they have no choice but to shorten that learning curve. From the mean streets of Hollywood to unfamiliar places on the Dark Net, our heroes put themselves in danger every moment, trying their best to protect innocents while keeping each other alive.

Order and Anarchy contains an exciting excerpt from Crime and Chaos Book 3!


I loved Death and Destruction series from this author and was looking forward to starting this one. For now, I still like Death and Destruction a little bit better, but it’s a tiny advantage!
This was book number 2 so it took me some time to get acquainted with all the players. Also the heroes, Pope and Felix, are now in established relationship: they knew each other. I didn’t.

It’s fast paced mix of suspense and romantic plot coming together in amusing and interesting story. Pope and Felix are now sliding toward commitment despite Felix not being out and Pope’s hang-ups. The case they are working on is constantly throwing them into danger. While the plot wasn’t that convincing the portrayal of two men is great. There is solid backstory and their dynamic is arresting. There are comical moments and story gets a bit corny at time. It’s packed to the gills with action and sex and is fun read!

First book is currently free!

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