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River Demchenko, attorney for the Kings of Men MC, takes risks. He craves rough relationships and lives on the edge between acceptable and criminal. When Officer Paxton calls looking for an attorney after his husband mysteriously dies, River takes another questionable leap. Paxton is the only cop who has ever treated him with respect, so helping to clear his name only seems fair. After all, everyone deserves a second chance, even a cop. 

Officer and Private Investigator Jayce Paxton has his world ripped apart and becomes a widower. He throws himself into his work and is shocked when he stumbles on his lawyer, River, drugged and hurt. River is caught up in a blackmailing scheme, and he’s being threatened by the same people Jayce and his team are investigating as sex traffickers. In order to find the traffickers, Jayce needs to enter a seedy underworld River is all too familiar with. To make the act convincing, Jayce persuades River to pretend he’s his boyfriend - and let people think Jayce is his Dom. 

One problem: Jayce likes his role too much. 

They need to find the men extorting River before he winds up without a job, or worse. Despite their unexpected attraction, they have to keep their focus on solving the case, or more lives could be destroyed. River has been hurt before and isn’t sure he can deal with more than the sham relationship, but Jayce will give it his all to change River’s mind and keep him safe.

©2020 Ki Brightly (P)2021 Ki Brightly
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Yes, Sir!!

I've been so intrigued by River in the other books and I just knew he'd give any partner a serious run for his money and Jayce is just perfect to take him on!

I love the interconnected world and stories of New Gothenburg and love seeing cameos! every story makes me want to read another and find out what happens next or what character that person was, it's all so connected and interesting I want to unravel it all.

I loved Jayce and River and feel like they are well matched, well balanced and even opposite "side" can make it work! And the narrator is awesome and does a fabulous (& swoon worthy) English accent!

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Steam and mystery!

Interesting plot, with a mystery-to-be-solved behind the scenes; steamy as can be – I mean, if this is Jayce’s experimenting with BDSM imagine what he could pull off as a full-trained Dom! – and a great amount of life-changing events that force these two men together and, ultimately, to put their trust in each other.
A well-written book with great characters in the New Gothemburg universe, which can absolutely be read as a standalone, but why would you want to miss the amazing stories of all the side characters!

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River and Paxton

Paxton's husband Alex dies, and Paxton is brought in for questioning. He rings Madden and asks him to be his lawyer for him, only River turns up. Later on River is abducted and drugged, when Paxton shows up to rescue Seb a young man kidnapped along time ago, he discovers River. They scheme to be Dom and Sub to get Paxton into the club's to catch Xander the sex trafficker. But they fall into the role, no more pretending, and they work well together. Beautifully written and narrated

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  • 05-10-21

Lawyer and Cop Romance!

This book was a very detailed look at the aspect of how submission and dominance can be a natural need and reaction to another person and to everyday life stresses! River is a tough hardcore lawyer for a Biker Gang and Jayce is an ex military cop. So you will have to listen to experience and understand why Jayce is a natural dominant and River needs submission to survive! There is an underlying case of trying to stop a trafficking ring.. and how River and Jayce are brought together for this was quite intense! A lot of BDSM scenes.. first ones for Jayce! I enjoyed this narrator's voices.. especially going British for Jayce! It is a longer listen due to all the details so I recommend for those who are very interested in the Dom and Sub relationship. I totally enjoyed how characters from the other series/books intertwined into this one! Madden is hilarious! Enjoy!!

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  • michael moscato
  • 16-11-21

loved it

I loved this book. Bentley Jameson really brought this story to life and made you fall in love with the characters even more. River Demchenko is the attorney for the Kings MC. Officer Paxton calls for help after learning his husband has died and he's a suspect. River helps clear Officer Paxton. Officer Paxton throws himself into his work after his husband's death. He finds River drugged and hurt. River is being blackmailed by the same people Officer Paxton is looking for. Can Officer Paxton help River by pretending to River's Dom and boyfriend? Will solve the case before something bad happens and find happiness with each other?

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  • B.McGrath
  • 03-10-21

Addictive

Omg!!! I don't know where to start. I have so many warm and fuzzy feels after listening to this. It was everything!!! The growth of both main characters was phenomenal. I enjoyed the cameo appearances of King and his sidekicks- always a pleasure. I liked the variety and uniqueness each and every character brought to the story. Small or big parts, they all added depth and impacted it perfectly. Looking forward to more I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job bringing the characters and story to life.

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  • Karen
  • 01-11-21

Steamy D/s romance with great MC's!

I really enjoyed the initial animosity between River and Jayce and the way their feelings for each other changed so much as they are forced to rely on each other while pretending to be in a D/s relationship; River is such a prickly creature but also so very vulnerable and needy. I loved that dichotomy and seeing Jayce gradually learn that about River and give him what he needs was wonderful.

Narration: Bentley Jameson is a new-to-me narrator. I very much enjoyed his interpretation of this story and the voices he did for both River and Jayce. The accent he did for Jayce really helped bring to life the character.

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  • Jill Dion
  • 20-10-21

The Lamb and the Sir

This story starts sad but it is such a good story.

Some could say River is a thrill junkie. He is a lawyer by trade and he is the attorney for the Kings of Men MC. He also loves to bottom in his relationships and like to not always be treated so well. One night he takes a call from a local police officer for help. After shockingly losing his husband Jayce needs a lawyer and River is the one to answer the call. Realizing that Jayce is a good guy he helps him out.

Months later it is River who needs the help. He find himself answering an online hookup and he ends up getting set up. Luckily for him it is Jayce who is acting as a PI who finds him, in a compromising situation. Not only naked beaten but drugged as well. In the set up they realize there is trafficking problem in town and they needs to shut it down.

To shut it down, Jayce and River need to work together with Jayce being the dom and River being the sub, what could be more perfect for both? Along the way there are family members found and a cooperation with the MC's in town.

Sometimes a little dark but it is what it is.

Beautifully narrated.

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  • N
  • 18-06-22

An enjoyable listen

Enjoyable and stimulating story! I listened straight through, except for having to sleep at some point last night. Ki Brightly and Meg Bawden are quite the combination when it comes to writing stories with action and lots of sexual heat. This is my third book by this pair of authors and I will likely buy the next book they pen without hesitation. I like lots of sex and this book serves up plenty. The premise that a cop would work with a motorcycle gang and one of their lawyers had some iffy points in my opinion. There were a couple of situations where the cop, the lawyer, and the bad guys were talking that I found unbelievable. I think someone would have been killed rather than continue on with the hunt for sex slave traders, most likely the cop. However, those points that required suspension of belief didn't cause me to dislike the book. I will most likely re-read this again at some point because the good parts most definely outweighed any other issues.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-02-22

Love / Hate

I am not sure that Love / Hate is the right way to go with this one.

I really enjoyed the animosity between River and Jayce. I loved the discovery that Jayce is a DOM. I really enjoyed Rivers internal battle.

I think this is best listed to as part of the series but it doesn't lose anything as a stand alone.

Its a great listen.

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  • FHR
  • 20-10-21

Twists and Turns

River has a high powered job and needs a way to let go of all of the stress.
Jayce is ex military and used to being in control.
When circumstances bring them together it's easy for them to fill into Dom and sub roles for the cause they believe in.

A story full of twists and turns and familiar faces from previous books. This is a longer listen as the characters are on a mission and have to also explore the new relationship and dynamic forming between them.

The narrarion was done relatively well and the take on the British accent was an interesting touch.

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  • Dmauritzen
  • 10-10-21

Jayce and River

This was a interesting story. I enjoyed the twists in the storyline.the bound together to solve the case and in the end they become more to each other. Loved this.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 07-10-21

Interesting story line. Bring more people into play.

I had a hard time listening to the narrator throughout the book. River has been a side character and it was nice that he got his story told. Though I wasn’t sure what exactly his vise was. Things would just pop up about him throughout the story that felt like it was kind of shoved there. Felt bad for Jayce but it seemed weird how his beginning was told then just dropped. How he really didn’t have any sadness over loosing his husband. These two were like oil and water and they will have a long battle between them with one being a police officer and the other a defense lawyer.