Trust by Edward Kendrick

18400024Title: Trust

Series: Winter field, Book #6

Author: Edward Kendrick

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novella (92pages)

Publisher: Silver publishing (September 7th, 2013)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Reviewer:  Cat

Blurb:Detective Harry Snow is ordered by his captain to use Tito Fontana, Harry’s ex-lover, to help bring down a drug lord.

At first, Tito is unwilling to have anything to do with Harry–and the feeling is mutual.

However, since they are ultimately forced to work together, the question then becomes, will they kill each other in the process, or will the embers of their past love be rekindled.

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Review: This is book six in this series but they each stand-alone perfectly. I do suggest you read them all, since they are all wonderful.

This book Detective Harry Snow  had just finished a hostage case and saw his ex-lover Tito on the corner making him think about how sad and lonely he is and how he wished things had been different for him and Tito.

Harry is assigned to a narcotics case and is asked to get Tito to help him solve it. Why did they break up? Who left whom? Will Tito help? I’ll let you read to find out.

I love this series. I like the emotional connections between the characters and the precise clean writing style of this author. It’s straight to the point. No flowery descriptions and no fluff. My only issue is that in my opinion the stories need to be a bit longer. I felt the last two the mysteries were a bit rushed. It’s a great build up then boom they are solved.

I recommend this if you like mystery suspense, police detectives, street racers, drug cartels, and deep emotional love stories!