Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Sleeping on the Job by Missouri Dalton



Title: Sleeping on the Job
Series: Night Wars, 3
Author: Missouri  Dalton
Publisher:  Torquere Press Publishers
Genre: MM, contemporary , paranormal
Pages: 128
Reviewer: Redz








Publisher’s blurb
At sixteen, Simon Murphy was an accomplished jewel thief, at eighteen he was released from a boy’s reform school and these days, he’s a detective with Chicago’s Night Shift. When a familiar killer strikes again, Simon is forced to confront his past, his mob boss father, and the brother he hasn’t seen in years. Of course, on the Night Shift, Simon also contends with ghosts, vampires and other things that go bump in the night. Add angry boyfriends in the mix, and Simon’s going to need all the help he can get. 








Review
I really had to laugh at the beginning of Sleeping on the Job by Missouri Dalton.  A thief with narcolepsy.  That just was the best opener.  Simon and Gabriel had the most interesting first meeting and their relationship just gets crazier from there.
I like the flashes from now time to the past when these two met.  It really builds their story.   There is a lot of great story inside this one. I liked how  Ms Dalton puts it all together to weave in a story that is both humorous and sensual. 
The build up along with the twists and turns to this story will keep you guessing as to what is wrong with Simon and how the relationship with Gabriel will pan out.  This is a must read if you like action, adventure and lots of sensual man love.

                                       Five shooting Stars



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