Luke Gambleís been assigned to investigate a suspected
corrupt cop who killed a drug dealer in cold blood. The
problem? Heís slept with the officerís partner, Detective
Tally Cavaleri. He believes he can separate business from
pleasure, but as Tally pursues their relationship, heís not
Cavaleriís into female domination and male submission.
Taking Luke in the elevator and later in the menís bathroom
is just the beginning. She has plans for them that go beyond
the simple touch-and-grope. She also has a few secrets of
her own, like sheís working for Internal Affairs,
investigating the same man Luke is.
Iím not sure what to make of Gray Badge of Trust.
Itís told in first person narrative, from the male
perspective, and I enjoy that unique voice. On the flip
side, it reads like an excerpt rather than a complete story
with only about twenty pages making up the tale. Formatting
of the story also takes some getting used to. Gracie
McKeever has a strong voice and an authentic pulse on what a
man sounds and thinks like, but the tale lacks a
happily-ever-after and doesnít even attempt to resolve any
plot points. Also, while the cover art is nice, it has
nothing to do with the storyline. Consider yourself