For Cruz Livingston, becoming an FBI agent is a lifelong dream, guarding the streets of San Antonio, a calling. His latest assignment—infiltrating the Red Brothers Motorcycle Club—will help stem the flow of illegal drugs brought into the city by the violent gang. He expects the job to be dangerous. He doesn’t expect to meet the woman of his dreams while undercover.
Mickie Kaiser is refreshingly sweet, but her sister is intimately involved with the RBMC’s president. Cruz can’t afford to come clean about his double life without putting his operation in danger, but as violence creeps ever closer to Mickie, his priority becomes crystal clear. Cruz will do anything to keep Mickie alive…even if it means losing her love.
* Justice for Mickie is the 2nd book in the Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.
** This story features some very bad men, doing very bad things. The Red Brothers MC is up to its eyeballs in criminal and nefarious activities, including drugs, violence, and sexual abuse. The Brothers definitely don’t know how to treat their women…but our alpha FBI hero does. And he’s determined to protect his woman from the MC. At any cost.
Relax and unwind
I love that I can get totally lost in The Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes books. The love interests capture my heart whilst still keeping me on edge throughout the story. A good book to unwind with after a stressful day 👌🏽
Wasn’t terrible, but tripped near the end
It was a good story, right up until the end where things got a bit messy and some of the dialogue started to sound a bit off (unnatural).
This book also had a bit of a “Hollow Character” problem I’ve been noticing a lot lately. Where a character is given a personality and some backstory, but the backstory is one repeating thing that apparently must have defined them as a person in entirety because THAT’S all the character gets development wise.
Also she was supposed to have a psychology degree and never once used it to figure anything out or help anyone. What was the point of that?