Atlanta’s notorious narcotics task force is at it again. They are stronger, bigger, and better than ever. Especially when a city councilman sends RECON Marine Edwin Steele – who’s been blacklisted from his Oakland department – to join the team.
Steele was ready to hang up his shield. He was done fighting with bigoted bastards that couldn’t respect the job. He was good at fighting; he just needed the right team to fight with. When his uncle – City Councilman Rasmus Steele – shows him a video of God’s team in action, he knows right away it’s where his nephew belongs in order to restore his faith.
Steele was skeptical about his new placement, but when he meets God’s technology specialist/computer genius, “Tech”, he’s willing to give it his all, and he definitely shows and proves.
Tech is stunning. His sweater vest and khakis, a stark contrast to the blue-jeaned roughnecks he works with. A beautiful sheep amongst the wolves. Steel thinks there’s no way the brilliant man would be interested in a hardhead like him, but Tech has a few badass hidden talents of his own and manages to surprise him…surprise all of them.
Contains mature themes.
This is book five in the series and I don’t think it’d be great as a stand-alone. It technically could be, but OH MAN you’d have missed so much!
In fact, it’s best if you’ve read all the previous four including You Can See Me because there’s a part that involve Pres, Rick and Blair too! (OMG there’s a part with Blair and Furi…. Just OMG – and no – no cheating or anything like that but it’s HOT!)
What I love so much about this series is the juxtaposition between brains and brawn. All the guys, even Ruxs and Green are smart, sensitive but very manly men.
Tech is a great addition to the coupled up crowd. He’s so lonely at the beginning and it was wonderful to see him fall for Steele, pretty much right away and vice versa.
There’s a bit of strife in this but only a little with Steele and Tech, some for God and Day and some for Pres and his partners.
Almost as much about Tech and Steele, this is a book about God and Day so that’s why I say this is definitely best read in order. If you’re a fan of the series you’ll ADORE what’s in store for God and Day!
There’s also great stuff with all the guys! (The scene with Ruxs and Green in the morning – that’s some the stuff I love the most from the author!) AE Via always provides the feels with the smexy times and exciting action sequences as well.
I love how super hero ish they are and how they clean up modern day metropolis (Atlanta) but have to deal with paperwork after. At least nobody is fighting them anymore on the inside.
I think this is the best edited book I’ve seen from her as I found no noticeable typos etcetera. I also think it’s one of the better books in terms of writing, too.
I highly recommend this to fans of the series, and to any fans of alpha males, police romances and good, ol’ fashioned hot men gettin’ it on!
(I cannot wait for Free and Hart’s story – I’m sure it’s gonna be Hart, right? – it sounds amazing already!)
I love Aiden Snow’s narrations. He has such a delicious voice and he does a tremendous job with all the various characters. Highly recommended!