This one had me laughing fairly regularly through the story of the undercover cop trying to do his job and the good samaritan club owner trying to help the "hooker" working the street corner outside his club. Gentry Trecall tried very hard to get Dublin MaCaulay to leave him alone, but as the story progressed and the slight attraction turned into a lot more, we arrived there along with Gentry and Dublin. This one was short and sweet. A very good read.
When Gentry Trecall is called to go undercover as a street hooker he's embarrassed and soon gets frustrated because the club owner across the street keeps trying to rehabilitate Gentry and get him off the streets. Gentry is doing his job as best as he can. When his cover is blown, that's when the sparks fly and Dublin learns the truth of who Gentry is. Does it turn him away or does it bring them closer?
When vice cop Gentry Trecall is informed that he’s going to be going undercover as a hooker, thanks to the city’s latest bid to crack down on prostitution, he’s skeptical but resigned. What he doesn’t expect is to encounter someone like Dublin MacAulay, the owner of the popular night club The Pale that just so happens to be right across the street from the corner Gentry has been assigned.
Dublin’s unlike anyone Gentry’s ever met before. He gruff and sincere, trying to get him off the street. An unspoken attraction lingers between the two, but the truth about Gentry’s profession is the only thing that keeps it at bay.
When the truth finally does come out will Dublin be able to forgive Gentry for the lie he’s had to tell? Or will his undercover work lose Gentry the lover of his dreams?