Cop Out

When Detective Kurt O'Donnell finds out that his recently deceased partner had a husband and that he didn't tell Kurt that he was even gay it hurt Kurt a lot. But he stepped forward to help Davy out when nobody else would. The more Kurt learned of his dead partner the more he didn't understand him, for Davy suffered at Ben's hands. The longer Kurt was around Davy the more he liked him until that like turns to attraction. This leaves Kurt struggling with his change of attraction. Davy is wary though of Kurt's attention because he doesn’t want another cop and the same secretive living as before.

When Davy gives Kurt an ultimatum will it bring them together or will it tear them apart?

Cop Out was a pretty good storyline. I enjoyed reading it and had to finish so I would know what came of Kurt and Davy. Did they or didn't they was playing through my mind. I had to find out. I will recommend this one for those who like a story of helping and finding your one true love. Or for any of those who like a good love story . Have a good read.


Book Blurb for Cop Out

Detective Kurt O'Donnell is used to digging up other people's secrets, but when he discovers his slain partner was married to another man, it shakes him. Determined to do the right thing, Kurt offers the mourning Davy his assistance. Helping Davy through his grief helps Kurt deal with the guilt that his partner didn't trust him enough to tell him the truth, and somewhere along the way Davy stops being an obligation and becomes a friend, the closest friend Kurt has ever had.

His growing attraction to Davy complicates matters, leaving Kurt struggling to reevaluate his sexuality. Then a sensual encounter neither man is ready for confuses them further. To be with Davy, Kurt must face the prospect of coming out, but his job and his relationship with his Catholic family are on the line. Can he risk destroying his life for the uncertain possibility of a relationship with a newly widowed man?


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2012 3.50