So…looking for some hot cops? For today’s post, I’ve read All Kinds of Tied Down by Mary Calmes. Not too long ago I re-read Change of Heart and felt a little cheated out of my Calmes high *frowns* so I picked up another one.
I haven’t read the Marshal series. It’s been around for a few years now, and it’s always been there on my to-read list, but it hasn’t really called to me. I’ve re-read A Matter of Time instead of trying out Miro and Ian. And, sadly, while reading this I missed Jory.
I’m not complaining, not really. All Kinds of Tied Down follows the Calmes formula, we have cops, we have alpha males, we have the ‘mine’ part, the near-death experiences, a bunch of women who just love the main character – we have everything that’s supposed to be in a Calmes book, but…
Perhaps I wasn’t in a Calmes mood, after all, I don’t know. I didn’t dislike this, far from, but I won’t jump into book #2 straight away. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t regret reading it, and if you like Calmes and cops you should definitely give it a go.
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Deputy US Marshal Miro Jones has a reputation for being calm and collected under fire. These traits serve him well with his hotshot partner, Ian Doyle, the kind of guy who can start a fight in an empty room. In the past three years of their life-and-death job, they’ve gone from strangers to professional coworkers to devoted teammates and best friends. Miro’s cultivated blind faith in the man who has his back… faith and something more.
As a marshal and a soldier, Ian’s expected to lead. But the power and control that brings Ian success and fulfillment in the field isn’t working anywhere else. Ian’s always resisted all kinds of tied down, but having no home—and no one to come home to—is slowly eating him up inside. Over time, Ian has grudgingly accepted that going anywhere without his partner simply doesn’t work. Now Miro just has to convince him that getting tangled up in heartstrings isn’t being tied down at all.
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