Published by Loose Id Genres: Contemporary, Interracial, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Deputy Will Cooper recently joined the Gray’s Harbor County PD in West Washington after a scandal back home in Sacramento made it impossible to stay with the department there. Hoping for a new beginning Will is ill prepared for the blatant racism he faces with the native Chitwhen tribe, particularly towards the local PD.
Feelings of distrust between the two sides make things truly awkward after meeting Colin Sharpe, an advocate for Chitwhen students. The Native American and the deputy undress each other with their eyes at every glance. An unplanned encounter on neutral territory and the sparks fly
When a Native teenager spouts ugly accusations against the deputy their relationship is put to the test. Colin keeps hoping that everything will quiet down but others, including his father, won’t back down from believing the lies being told. Will’s entire life is put under a microscope and there’s no end in sight.
Emotionally charged, Where the World Ends pits love against family. Will and Colin have real issues, their chemistry is unmistakable. Unfortunately Will’s quiet stoicism works against him and Colin’s inability to stand his ground further crumbles their romance. Racism skirts the plotline, but it’s personality and family at the heart of Where the World Ends. Love is the goal and it is a long road getting there for Will and Colin.