on 29th December 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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EACH HOLDING A DIFFERENT BADGE OF THE LAW
EACH SWORN TO SERVE AND PROTECT
trust; firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.
LAPD Detective Reid Cunningham is content to keep the pain of losing his best friend buried deep. Dedicated to his job, he doesn’t have time to feel.
Much less love.
But when the past comes knocking at his door, he has no choice but to face his deepest and darkest fear.
Cassidy Sky, his best friend’s little sister, needs his help. Reid promised to watch over her and keep her safe, but he never planned on giving her his heart.
Or his trust.
PLEASE NOTE: The author recommends reading The Officer’s Promise, an introduction to the Brothers in Blue, prior to reading the remaining five books of the series.
The Detective's Trust is written from dual POV, with an HEA and no cheating.
This book was my first series by Langston, so I didn’t know what to expect, though I did have a few ideas since cop and best friend’s little sister seems like a story we have heard before, and it is; Not that it is a bad thing.
Reid Cunningham is cop who is dealing with the loss of his best friend a few years ago, but he is also bound by a promise to protect Cassidy Sky from her brother’s killer who promised retribution…
This book is good. I really liked it – It was a really great read. Sometimes it is nice to read a book with a solid plot and that is plain entertaining. That is what The Detective’s Trust is. What really makes this book for me is Cassidy. I loved her. She knew from a young age what she wanted, and that was Reid. And when the opportunity comes, she goes for it. She is everything I dream of being… As for Reid, he is the regular badass we have come to expect from this genre, and it works for him and this story..
This is a 4 star book and it certainly won’t be the last book I read by this author…