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Published by Allure, Amber Quill Genres: Contemporary, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Tony Bradshaw is the first to admit he’s no saint. A miserable childhood led to juvenile detention and unfortunately escalated from there. At least he finally wised up and got his act together to become a law abiding citizen.
Minding his own business one night Tony witnesses a gang hit on an undercover cop which puts a new wrinkle on his life. Now he’s expected to testify for the good guys. When Tony receives death threats he’s whisked into protective custody.
Taken to a cabin in the middle of nowhere Tony is saddled with Detective Alec Dubinski, a cop who’s clearly uncomfortable with a gay witness. Tony has to deal with an obviously homophobic cop and killers on the lookout for him. Funny how life works out.
Redemption comes in many forms for lovers Tony and Alec in Witness Protection. Told in first person point of view Tony’s luckless life has turned onto the right path when fate hands him another twist. It may be somewhat difficult to reconcile Alec’s actions and Tony’s forgiveness but getting past that leads to a hot and heavy romance. Witness Protection offers a solid storyline, a charmer for a hero, and loads of turmoil to deal with.