Join the Club

Four Kings Security Book Three

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"Join the Club" is the third book in Charlie's Four Kings Security series and it's highly enjoyable. I loved the interaction between Lucky and Mason throughout the book. Their romance has been building up since the first book, "Love in Spades". Now we finally get to see them together. And it was explosive, that's for sure. The heat and sexual tension between them made for a great read one I'll return to over and over. Mason had his demons that he had to battle to get Lucky in the end. It made me want to cry and curse his family. But The Four Kings became Masons Family in the end. I highly recommend "Join the Club". I can't wait for Diamond int he Rough the last book in the series. It's King's story. The last chapter hooked me on King's book!

Book Blurb for Join the Club

When the cards are stacked against you, the Kings will even the odds.

Eduardo “Lucky” Morales is a fighter, from his childhood days in Cuba to his time as a Special Forces Green Beret. Scarred by the wars of his past, Lucky has learned nothing lasts forever. Guarding his heart is second nature, and getting emotionally involved is not an option. As co-owner of Four Kings Security, Lucky works hard alongside his former brothers-in-arms and fellow Kings, but he also plays hard. Flirting with sexy Texas cowboy and detective, Mason Cooper, is too much fun to resist, until Mason turns the tables on him.

Mason Cooper may not be a soldier, but he’s fought his share of battles as an openly gay cop and now a detective for Major Crimes. Mason has no idea when things changed between him and Lucky, but the gorgeous, fiery Cuban has turned his world upside down. When a mistake leads to his suspension from the force, Mason turns to the least likely person for help: Ward Kingston.

Determined to keep Mason at arms’ length, Lucky is surprised to find the man at Four Kings Security. The Florida nights might be getting cooler, but the heat between Lucky and Mason burns hotter with every passing moment. Working private security can be dangerous and unpredictable, but so can falling in love.

Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2019 4.50