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[Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2] Kindle õ Deborah Fletcher Mello

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  • 14 August 2020
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read Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2 review Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Deborah Fletcher Mello Deborah Fletcher Mello Ö 0 characters Proving her innocenceat all costsThe exciting second book of the To Serve and Seduce miniseriesFormer Chicago cop Mingus Black is used to liars. From Net galley for a book tour This is book second in a series This one featuring Mingus Black and Joann A hot book with great characters and family dynamics a true pleasure to read Looking forward to reading the next book

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read Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2 review Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Deborah Fletcher Mello Deborah Fletcher Mello Ö 0 characters Mingus and Joanna becomes perilously potent but until he can find out who framed her for a heinous crime everything they love hangs in the balan. What do you do when someone is trying to destroy your life You fight back That s what Joanna Barnes has to do in order to figure out who is trying to ruin herEnter Mingus Black of the Chicago Blacks the family full of law enforcement officials Mingus is doing a favor for his brother and sister who is Joanna s best friend to work this case But what he doesn t expect is the heat that flows between him and Joanna when they first meetThis book had me all in my feelings I was ready to choke out some folks and knock some sense into others The characters are very well rounded You can feel the emotions that take place through out this bookMingus and Joanna have to work through their own trust issues while attempting to fight the attraction they have for one another Even the secondary characters have some interesting lives that lead you to wonder what s next with themEnjoying this series and I m excited about the next book in the series Wondering if we will find out who Mama Black wants Mingus to find for her

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read Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2 review Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Deborah Fletcher Mello Deborah Fletcher Mello Ö 0 characters So why does the PI believe a teacher who insists she’s being framed Joanna Barnes is totally convincingin ways than one The chemistry between. Tempted by the Badge by Deborah Fletcher Mello is the second book in the To Serve and Seduce miniseries I read it as a standalone and didn t have issues keeping track of the story Overall I enjoyed this romantic suspense that really caught my attention in the first half However the second half lagged a bit for me and I thought the resolution seemed a little too tidyBeloved high school history teacher Joanna Barnes stands accused of a horrible crime One of her students is accusing her of having a sexual relationship with him and claims to have evidence to back it up Joanna is blindsided she knows she s innocent but even she admits that the supposed evidence appears pretty damning She turns to her good friend Simone for help who enlists the help of Simone s brother former cop turned private investigator Mingus BlackSidebar I really cannot stand the name Mingus Later in the book I realized that all of the Black family siblings are named after jazz and blues musicians Armstrong Simone Ellington But wow I just could not get on board with the name MingusAs a cop Mingus didn t necessarily follow all the rules to the letter which is why he turned to private investigation That being said he s a man of honor and integrity So when he meets Joanna and believes in her innocence he ll stop at nothing to help clear her nameThe plot is really interesting and something that s unfortunately plausible in this age of social media and digital access The story also touches on the sensationalist aspects of the news and tabloid culture I found these commentaries to be the strongest parts of the book As for the romance it happens rather uickly and doesn t develop very fully I would have been fine with a Happy for Now at the end instead of what felt like an accelerated relationship Also there are moments when Joanna behaves extremely irresponsibly despite the fact that she s innocent and I m not convinced that she would have gotten off so easily in the real worldAs a whole though I did enjoy this suspenseful story that addresses timely issues with a diverse cast of characters I ll be checking out this author s other books in the futureMany thanks to the publisher for providing me with a copy of this book