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Love & Loyalty by Tere Michaels
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Aug 29, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: m-m, cop-pi-bountyhunter, series
Read in August, 2011

Jim Shea is a Seattle cop. He becomes deeply and personally involved in an investigation where he feel justice has not be served and the criminal walks. Griffin Drake is a screenwriter who wants to write a screenplay about this travesty of justice. Griffin wants to write the story from the POV of the victim's father, Ed. Jim and Ed have become close during the course of the investigation and Ed asks Jim to help him with this decision. Jim and Griffin go on an impromptu date and they sort of fall in together. This was an interesting book because there was really not much strife between the two lovers. There was a minimum of relationship drama which was nice for a change. The drama arises in the events surrounding the screenplay. Griffin is a very likable character and Jim's gruff demeanor hides a true heroic nature. I gave this book 4 stars versus the 5 stars I gave Faith & Fidelity because while this was a very nice and strong relationship, it lacked a little intensity.
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