Returning after a forced monthís sabbatical, Detective Will
Moore finds himself heading back down the same path that
left him blaming himself for a young hustlerís death.
Losing Teabag was hard on Will, he wasnít just his informant
he was also Willís lover. Now Will is faced with a
perpetrator on the loose attacking young hustlerís and
targeting the area of Willís latest lover, Corey, who is
also a hustler.
Corey works the streets because he likes sex and heís good
at it. What better job to have then one you are good at and
you actually like. Older than some of the other boys who
work the streets around him, Corey looks out for their
well-being. When his Ďboysí start getting roughed up,
Corey turns to Will for help.
The storyline for Tricked Out was not to my
liking. The story was rushed, predictable and there was
absolutely no chemistry between Will and Corey. It seemed
Will had a problem learning his lesson and for an officer
who went through what he went through only a month ago,
picking up hustlers should have been the furthest thing from
his mind. With that said, I still found Will to be a
likable character, but I did not care for Corey at all. For
a writer of Ms. Snyderís caliber and whose work I most often
enjoy, I was sadly disappointed with Tricked Out.