to prove he can do the job just as anyone else on the force,
openly gay police offer Rick Miles risks his life to go
under cover to catch a notorious drug lord. With his
mission unbeknownst to his commanding officers Rick’s only
back up is his partner Graciela Cruz. Once his cover is set
as one of Gareth ‘Hairy’ Carey’s henchmen, it is nearly
blown by Carey’s ‘boy toy’ lover Billy Rose.
Developing an attraction to his ‘boss’’ sexy boy friend is
the last thing Rick needs but Billy knows his sexual powers
and he doesn’t hesitate to use them to get what he wants.
As Rick’s mission into the underworld deepens so does his
connection to Billy and Rick finds that falling in love is a
lot more dangerous than taking down viscous drug lords.
Miles to Go is great story! At first I didn’t know
what to make of Billy but the more I read the more I felt
for him. I didn’t find Miles to Go to be a
highly intense story, but it was very dramatic, especially
where Billy was concerned. There were some surprises and
unexpected moments but what surprised me the most was the
depth of feelings between Billy and Rick. When I read the
title of the book the first thing that came to mind was the
poem written by Robert Frost. After reading this story and
how Connie Bailey tied the poem into the conclusion of the
story, what I always thought of as a sad poem was given a
lighter tone. Miles to Go is an enjoyable
story that Ms. Bailey fans will love.