Deuce Pettigrew has worked for the mysterious Dr. Pandora Gautier since he left the Marines twelve years before. He did whatever needed to be done and never asked questions.
Now a previous mission is coming back to bite Deuce in the ass, and not in a good way. As a result, he needs to distance himself not only from the job that consumed him for so many years, but from the man who, unaware, owns his heart.
Deuce decides to go home, but can he go home again? And will he ever find a man who means as much as the one he has to leave behind?
I guess it was ok, I just didn’t liked it that much. I think part of it was that I started reading it expecting a little bit of romance here and it left me a little bit disappointed on that area.
The plot was ok, I liked the main character but I felt like I couldn’t know him that much. What I liked about him was that he was willing to make some sacrifices for the people he care for. I did felt a little bit lost at times, like I was supposed to knew who the characters were and with a little research after reading it, it seemed to be a spinoff of a series from the author, which would be nice to know because I think I would enjoyed it so much more If I already knew the characters. I’m sure any reader who had read the series would like it more than I did.