Insanity was in the eye of the beholder.
Harmon Little was a surveillance expert. He lived in the shadows, and he liked it there. There wasn’t a place he couldn’t get in and out of without detection. As usual with his mischievous nature, his current assignment went south, and he ran. He thought he was free and clear until he knocked someone over in a grocery store aisle.
Sanity wasn’t all it was cracked up to be.
Solomon “Solo” Poe was counting calories. Working out until he fell into bed hungry and exhausted. He was plain and pudgy, plus he couldn’t remember when he’d last gone on a date. He wanted more than the occasional, lights out, one-night stand. So, he was going to lose the weight and find himself a man. At least that was the plan, then a big man with a huge smile tried to kill him in a store aisle. There was one thing he was sure of, Harmon was his.
While I love Dabney’s series’ in general – I didn’t find anything new or gripping here. Twirled world was so captivating because it was unique. Though I love seeing all the crazy and the insta love and the slightly dumpy guy finding a hot lover – nothing in this gripped me as hard as some of the author’s previous works.
Little was fun but I didn’t see the connection between him and Poe and though I supported their unique take on courtship it didn’t always make sense.
I enjoyed it and will certainly still keep buying in this series – but so far in the Trenton series I’d call it two strikes…
3 of 5 stars
(Huge props to the new covers – GORGEOUS!)
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