Saturday, January 26, 2019

Marking What's Mine by Gianni Holmes

Title: Marking What’s Mine
Series: A Marksman Novel, 1
Author: Gianni Holmes
Publisher: Gianni Holmes
Pages: 211
Genre: MM contemporary
Reviewer Name: Redz
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Publisher’s Blurb
When a man drives to the neighboring city for sex, it's more than likely he doesn't want to be seen...nor remembered.

As the eve of his partner's death looms, 40-year-old Captain Connor Marks only wants a willing guy in his bed to de-stress for the night. The hot young twenty-something-year-old, who taps him on his shoulder in a club to ask if he's okay, should not be that guy. Mac's too young, too inexperienced, and way too likable.

After breaking his no kissing rule
And his one night stand rule
And no sharing personal information rule
Marks decides it's best to cut his losses and disappear. He never expects to meet Mac again and is stunned when his weekender shows up at his precinct as the new transfer.

Known for his strong work ethics, Marks has never been so conflicted before. Will he be able to focus on a case where the body count is rising while trying to decide if Mac will inevitably betray him? When push comes to shove, will he be able to make the critical professional decision that may cost him his job or Mac?

Marking What's Mine is a 40k word steamy romance mystery with violence as is common in the world of law enforcement. It is not suitable for readers under the age of 18. 

Marking What’s Mine by Gianni Holmes is the first book in the Marksman series. I cannot wait for more. This story is fantastic.  I loved this one. Great memorable characters, nice story arc, and a really great storyline. 
Connor, it has been four years since the death of his partner.  He has panic attacks.  He distracts himself by coming to a gay club. He is the captain of the Charlestown police department.
Mac: comes over to see if Connor is okay. He is sweet, innocent, and kind. Also his first time at a gay bar. Turns out he is a rookie at the police department. There for off limits, but stopping love is not that easily done.
They might be forbidden lovers but I loved their dynamic. They are perfect for each other. 

When you want an intense fast-paced love story I highly recommend this one. 

                                 Five Shooting Stars

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