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Damaged (Uniformity #2)

3.72  ·  Rating Details ·  64 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews
Correctional Officer Zane Davis didn't think commitment was in the cards but when he meets Brett Emerson everything that once seemed impossible is now all he can think about.

Correctional Officer Zane Davis thought being bi-sexual and afraid of commitment meant he was destined to be alone until he meets someone who changes everything.

There is an instant attraction when Zane
ebook, 1st Edition, 164 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by Brilliance Corporation
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The Romance Review

Finding "the one" is something Zane Davis never expects to happen. When he falls for the geeky prison case worker, Brett Emerson, it's a surprise to both of them. Because Brett is engaged to be married to woman and Zane doesn't think Brett is his type. This story could be just a sweet m/m romance but it is so much more. Mr. Stone crafts a well-written suspense while two men grapple with their forbidden desires.

Mr. Stone once again does an excellent job of showing the difficulties of being gay i
JustJen "Miss Conduct"
Nov 05, 2013 JustJen "Miss Conduct" rated it really liked it
Shelves: mm, ebook, bosl

Review written for The Blog of Sid Love.

In this segment, Zane appears to have done an almost complete turnaround since his relationship with Kash. Now that he has met Brett, a counselor at the prison) he doesn’t seem to want the player life anymore. That’s great news, but Brett has a few issues of his own to be dealt with first, not the least of which being his engagement to Caitlyn. Zane, believing Brett is the one for him, decides to wait and let their friendship grow.

Things heat up at work wh
Nov 19, 2013 Natalija rated it really liked it
Shelves: mm
I've yet to read anything by Ethan Stone that I didn't love. Damaged is the second book in the Uniformity series and while it can be easily read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading Compromised first. I absolutely loved it from start to finish and now I'm eagerly looking forward to the next book in the series (if I'm not mistaken, it Dylan Hoss' story). A definite recommendation from me!
zane is bisexual, but doesn't think that he can settle for one person until he meets brett. zane works for the correctional department as a guard, and he doesn't want anyone to know that he also fancies men because he fears reprisal from his co-workers. the attraction between himself and brett is really strong, however, even though brett is engaged to a woman. one day, a woman invites zane home for a threesome, and the man in the threesome turns out to be brett. even though that doesn't
Mar 13, 2015 Brandilyn rated it really liked it
Shelves: mm, read-2014
Poor Zane. He just can’t win. He also can’t seem to keep it in his pants. Somehow, I still want him to find his happily ever after. Brett is a bit nerdy, a bit out there, a bit engaged to a beautiful woman. So how do they make their way to each other? This is a romance novel after all.

Damaged is a story of coming out, of finding yourself, of finding love where you least expect it. It is a case of friends becoming lovers. It is a case of people making stupid decisions. It is a case of people find
Oct 29, 2014 Jamie rated it liked it
Zane is a prison guard and in the prior book he has shown he wants to be a player, no commitment for him. Brett is a prison administrator, engaged but clearly conflicted. Their relationship builds very slowly and perhaps that's what Zane needed, to get to know a person outside of the bedroom. His patience with Brett is noteworthy. I liked the plot/mystery here, although Zane's hunches are maybe a BIT too frequent to be real. But I liked that it's a different setting and that many real world ...more
Marinieves Cordero
Apr 28, 2014 Marinieves Cordero rated it it was amazing
This is book 2 of the Uniformity series.

Correctional Officer Zane Davis is afraid of commitment.

Zane meets case worker Brett Emerson and the attraction is immediate.

Brett and Zane become friends as they also work to uncover corruption at the prison.

The friendship deepens and turns to romance, but Zane is in danger he puts his life at risk during the corruption investigation.

Zane and Brett relationship is different , slow pace and it showed they genuinely care about each other.

Zane became th
The Novel Approach Reviews
Jan 24, 2014 The Novel Approach Reviews rated it it was amazing
After reading the first book in this series, I had a soft spot for Zane Davis. I know he may not have been the most popular character due to his being less than faithful in Compromised, but I think he redeemed himself, and his honesty made him a character I could respect.

See the entire review at The Novel Approach:
Aug 09, 2016 Kobie rated it it was ok
this felt very porny at first. Then, I decided it was like reading a first draft with no editor. My pet peeve: "and I loved it. " Authors, if you write this sentence, please delete it upon editing. The other issue was glossing over parts that needed more information and giving too much information on unnecessary things. last complaint is that the mediation sessions read like a courtroom proceeding. that felt inaccurate to me.

Somehow, the story pulled me through to the end.
I didn't like this one as much as the first. Zane's dialogue seemed too educated. Like the author didn't immerse themselves into the character... the character became the author. Not that I know the author at all, just a thought while reading it. Zane's complete 180 was a bit too easy. I liked the struggles with the inmates and the officers.
Dec 16, 2013 Elaine rated it it was amazing
The first book made me want to give this one a try because I wanted Zane to be happy.

All I can say is my weekend reading this series was filled with fluff....

OK read 3.1 Stars
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