I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Mary Calmes
Released: March 13th 2018
Series: Marshals #4
Published by Dreamspinner Press
“Fans of Charlie Cochet and Abigail Roux would absolutely love this series.”
~ Under the Covers
Exciting things are happening in TWISTED AND TIED, the fourth book in the Marshals series by Mary Calmes. I always look forward to a new book in this series because I absolutely adore Miro and his partner, Ian. I love being inside Miro’s head and getting to see the kickass, badass side to him as a marshal as well as the loving, caring side he is when he is with Ian.
This book doesn’t hold back at all. From the very first page, there’s a ton of action paired with some of Calmes’ signature humor. I also liked that Sam Kage was in this book, making it a fun read if you have read the other books written by Mary Calmes. It’s a nice touch, but I don’t necessarily think you would miss out if you haven’t.
Fans of Charlie Cochet and Abigail Roux would absolutely love this series, so I would highly suggest trying it out if you enjoy your M/M Romance with some high-octane suspense and action. Calmes does a fantastic job of creating a fast-paced read for this series.
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