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Held Hostage SWAT officer, Cole, can handle just about anything, until he rescues Brett a man who makes him question all he s ever believed about loveAs a member of the Las Vegas Police Department s SWAT team, Cole has seen his fair share of danger, but he s never taken a chance on love He s willing to have some fun when the mood strikes him, but he s married to the job Called in on a hostage situation, Cole is prepared for anything and everything except for the brave and beautiful BrettBrett has been burned before, most recently by Officer Parker McLean He s hoping to settle down in Vegas, perhaps find someone he can build a life with The last thing Brett s looking for is another man in uniform But when he meets Cole, there s an attraction that can t be denied Still, he hadn t expected to fall for the chiseled alphaWhat begins as nothing than two people experiencing a great night together spirals into something far deeper But will Brett be able to handle the stress that comes with having a lover who constantly puts his life in jeopardy And can Cole risk his heart on an everyday hero, or will the job he knows so well remain his top priority Reader Advisory This book contains scenes of mild BDSMPublisher s Note This book is best read as part of a series but can be read as a standalone

About the Author: Morticia Knight

M M Erotic Romance author Morticia Knight enjoys hot stories of men loving men forever after They can be men in uniform, Doms and subs, rock stars or bikers but they re all searching for the one or two who was meant only for them.When not indulging in her passion for books, she loves the outdoors, film and music Once upon a time she was the singer in an indie rock band that toured the West Coast and charted on U.S college radio She is currently working oninstallments of Sin City Uniforms and The Hampton Road Club, as well as the follow up to Bryan and Aubrey s story from Rockin the Alternative.

10 thoughts on “Held Hostage

  1. says:

    This is very Insta Lovey and rushed, but I can forgive a lot when men in uniform and arse hole waxing are involved Brett is Parker s ex boyfriend from Copping an Attitude, the second book in Morticia Knight s Sin City Uniforms series Brett is working the retail bump and grind he s lonely and not even remotely fulfilled by random hookups On top of all that, he becomes a hostage during a scary situation at the store he mana

  2. says:

    Brett was introduced in book 2 of this series when he and Parker were casually sleeping together Well, it was casual on Parker s part, but Brett ended up with his heart broken I had felt bad for how he was treated in Parker s book, so I was super happy that Held Hostage gave him a sweet and sexy HEA.Cole is a Vegas cop and has a comfortable relationship with his best friend The have sex and remain besties, with no strings attache

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 2.5 starsMaybe I m just not into f ck buddy plot I don t feel anything about it The only thing I liked is when Brett come to his senses and confront Cole That s what I liked the most.

  4. says:

    Copy of the book was kindly provided by the author for fair and honest review.First of my bad Not only did this my first timer reading Morticia Knight piece, I had picked the latest of an ongoing series Having skipped previous books, there were some details mentioned here that had me muttered, dang, that was on book whichever and I haven t read themBut as a standalone, I quite enjoyed this story.As could be guessed by the title and Cole s occup

  5. says:

    I received a copy of this book via Goodreads Don t Buy My Love program in exchange for an honest review This is a series book, but easily enjoyed as a standalone.Brett is manager of an upscale men s clothing store in Las Vegas This is a step down from his regional manager position He made this career move to havetime with a man he thought he loved, Officer Parker from a previous book in the series Parker didn t return his strength of affection, but Bret

  6. says:

    Maybe 3.5 stars Like eating book candy.

  7. says:

    A bright and breezy tale of Brett who has decided to settle down, and recently moved to manage a fashion store in Las Vegas He meets hunky Cole, a police officer and SWAT team member who is a native of the city There is chemistry between both guys, but Cole is not looking for love.The story is told in third person and from both main characters points of view There are some mild elements of BDSM as Cole introduces Brett to a walk on the wild side, but mostly this is a g

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I received this book from the author through the m m romance group s Don t Buy Me Love Program in exchange for a fair and honest review 3.5 Stars I was really looking forward to this book and I wasn t disappointed despite the fact that it started with a couple of my personal dislikes I just couldn t help but like these kind, sweet men I enjoyed getting to know former Army ranger, Las Vegas SWAT Tea

  9. says:

    I was given this book free by the author in exchange for an unbiased review I really enjoyed this It s the fourth in a series, but I haven t read the others and had no trouble following, so it s definitely a stand alone. I m curious about Books 1 3, though, because of the mention of previous characters, which I usually enjoy re encountering because of the continuity and closure that brings.This is a warm relationship between Brett, store manager, and Cole, SWAT team member They meet I

  10. says:

    I was given this book free by the author in exchange tor an unbiased review.I am loving this series Although a series, each book could be read as a stand alone Previous MCs do pop in and out which is nice.Cole needs Brett after he is called in with Swat whilst Brett is held hostages Brett is not long out of a relationship and Cole doesn t do relationship.One offers comfort to the other and slowly they seem to be heading for a relationship.There is some angst at the end and it takes Cole being

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