Sunday, October 9, 2016

Internal Affairs by Samantha Cayto

Title: Internal Affairs
Series: Boston Brave, 4
Author: Samantha Cayto
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Genre: MF, Contemporary
Pages: 140
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's blurb
As the oldest of the Callaghan brothers, Daire held his family together when his parents were murdered. With his brothers finally grown, he is able to truly deal with his loss—and his loneliness. But he's out of practice when it comes to dating so he buries himself in his new position as police lieutenant.
Parker Li works in internal affairs. Having experienced bad cops, she strives to weed them out. Proud of her Chinese heritage and her mission, she refuses to be intimidated by the hostility she encounters. She has also put her personal life on hold, unwilling to settle down with the guy of her family’s choosing.

When Parker stumbles upon the Callaghan file and reopens the case, Daire is, at first, dubious about the sexy dynamo who pushes her way into his office and his life. But while her dedication wins him over, Parker resists the temptation of the steamy lieutenant with the chip on his shoulder.

The case is cold, but heat rises as they face the growing desire between them and the danger of solving the murders.

Internal Affairs by Samantha Cayto is the four the installment to the Boston Brave series. This series should be read in order. This allows you to really understand the characters better and get really invested in them.
In this story we have the oldest brother Daire's story. Daire has always been the father figure the protector of the group. Now that all of his siblings are out of the house he is experiencing some empty nest syndrome. He is throwing himself into his work to combat that.
Parker is a proud lady. She is proud of her heritage of what she has accomplished, and what she can do. I liked her strength. She is strong without having to be overt about it. Her spirit kept me wanting more of her. She is a great counter part to Daire. He needs someone like her in his life.
Over all this story is really well done. I liked the flow, and I loved the storyline. The mystery mixed with romance always keeps me turning the pages and wanting more. I cannot wait to see what this series has in store next. I will be in line to get it that is for sure. 
                                  Five Shooting Stars

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