Posts labeled Andrew Grey
Review - Fire and Rain by Andrew Grey
Policeman Kip is on patrol one night when he encounters Jos and his little brother Isaac on the streets. The orphans became homeless when he lost his job and an unscrupulous landlord kicked him out of their apartment. After a second encounter with Jos, Kip takes pity on the young man and invites Isaac and Jos to stay with him. It isn’t long before the two men both feel a powerful attraction to each other.
Review - Fire and Ice by Andrew Grey
Carter graduated from the police academy like everyone else, but since he has computer skills, he’s usually stuck in the station’s basement computer lab. When he finally manages to get a shift on patrol, he’s called to a domestic disturbance where he finds a battered woman and eventually her even more abused son, Alex. Child services is called to take care of the child, and the case worker who shows up just happens to be Donald, a man Carter spent a very hot weekend with a few months ago, and who subsequently didn’t return any of Carter’s calls.
Review - Fire and Water by Andrew Grey
As a policeman, Red commands attention whenever he comes on a scene. It isn’t just his imposing bulk that people can’t help but notice, Red bears the scars of a car accident that took his parents’ lives when he was a teenager. So when he shows up at the scene of a near drowning, the offhand remark from cute lifeguard Terry is nothing he hasn’t heard before. Terry has always used his looks to get what he wants.