- Chief's Mess by L.A. Witt
Chief's Mess by L.A. WittHot
When Chief Noah Jackson sees that red head stroll into the club, he immediately wants him. They’re perfectly matched, and before long, they’re burning up the sheets. Noah can’t get enough. Anthony can’t stay in Oregon for long, but as soon as he leaves, he’s counting down the days until he can fly back for more. And between his increasingly frequent visits, there’s always phone sex, sexting, webcams . . . anything they can get.
But Noah’s got a carefully crafted façade, and Anthony can’t help noticing the slowly forming cracks. The scent of alcohol in the middle of the day. The extra drinks at dinner. The hint of red in his eyes. Anthony knows what it means. He doesn’t want to believe it, but he’s seen this before, and there’s no denying it. If Noah doesn’t get his downward spiral under control, he’s going to lose both his career and the first man he’s ever really loved.
So the parts where I could concentrate :) were hot as hell! Smoking hot. Damn they were eager and hungry for each other. It was really fun to read. The were a passionate couple every time they were together....even online with cam...Like I said... the figurative train..... it was hard, harsh, ugly and embarrassing. Sweet lovely Anthony i was proud of him how he stands up for his principles. I really want to bow for him....It's so difficult to make choices in such a situation...The part of Noah was fortunately mild put down...it could be very ugly and it wasn't....it was hard already but there was light at the end of the tunnel.“For fuck’s sake,” he snapped. “Your drinking doesn’t become a problem the day it makes your life fall apart. Maybe you could stop before that point?”I was proud of both men because it could be so so bad and they chose the right thing in life.The things that matters....in healthy circumstances, happiness and love...Good written story with a lot of steamy hungry encounters. Their personalities were convincing and mostly pleasant... Absolute worth reading.
Kindly received a copy from Riptide Publishing through NetGalley