Saturday, May 16, 2015

Rainey's Release by Jenna Byrnes



Title: Rainey’s Release
Series: Kansas City Heat, 6
Author: Jenna Byrnes
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 99
Reviewer: Redz








Publisher’s Blurb
This is book six in the Kansas City Heat series, see the full series listing here

A madman targets gay drug addicts. Can the KCPD track down the latest serial killer before more blood is shed?
Detective William Rainey is the newest man assigned to the KCPD’s Homicide Division, having just relocated from St. Louis with his life partner, Joshua Wolf. When a murder with the same MO as several St. Louis crimes takes place, the similarities are hard to ignore. The investigation turns personal and soon hits close to home. A suspect comes to light and Will finds himself in a battle to solve the most important case of his life. Enlisting the help of Detectives James Dixon and Nick Peyton is tricky when the men don’t feel like they know him yet. Can he earn their trust before it’s too late?






Review
Rainey’s Release by Jenna Byrnes is the sixth book in the Kansas City Heat series. I have not read the previous books, and I did not have any trouble following the storyline.
A madman is on the loose targeting gays and drug addicts.
Detective William Rainey is the newest man assigned to the KCPD Homicide division.  He is a seasoned police officer, but boy do they razz him for being new. He is met with a lot of distrust but his fellow police officers.
However he really is a nice guy. He is loyal, kind, and passionate.
Joshua Wolf is Native American, been in love with Will for a long time now. They like to play games in the bedroom. They are a solid couple. Very sentimental man Josh is.
What almost tears them apart is Will’s job, and the new killer on the street. I liked how they came through everything. They are really a very solid couple and that brings them through everything in this book.
I liked watching a couple that is already together get stronger. I also like the entire storyline to this book. Makes me want more of the series and to read the books I have missed. When you want a crime drama with heat both in and out of the bedroom this is the one to pick up. 

                              Five Shooting Stars 


1 comment:

Jenna Byrnes said...

Thank you so much for the lovely review! Made my day. Hope you enjoy the other books in the series. I have 6 more coming! ;)