Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Another wonderful addition to the Carlisle Cops series but if I am being truthful all of Mr. Grey’s books are wonderful.
JD Burnside has relocated from warm Charleston to cold Carlisle, Pennsylvania. JD has been on the Carlisle Police Force for six months and has been befriended by the men we were lucky enough to have met in the first three books. One night while on patrol he sees a young man sitting and freezing on a bench. When the man says he is okay JD goes. Later when he sees the man again he does something out of the norm, he is off duty and invites the man to dinner with him and his fellow cops.he man is Fisher Moreland and he has secrets. Fisher was injured in a car accident when a truck hit his car in the back, he suffered traumatic brain injury and the result was lose of memory and being bipolar. He suffers from a severe lack of confidence and keeps to himself. He works as a dispatcher at a warehouse where he does his job and stays to himself. He either goes home or sits by himself on the bench watching as the world walks by totally unaware of him.
JD and Fisher have one thing in common, family. Both men were rejected by the very people who should have loved them no matter what. The difference is that JD has learned to show a strong, confident exterior while inside he is just as lost as Fisher. JD and Fisher are total opposites but yet their attraction to each other is almost immediate. Unfortunately, Fisher has done things in his past that were not pretty. Now there is an epidemic of drugs coming into Carlisle and somehow Fisher finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. He is once again drawn back into the past but this time with JD in his life can he overcome what he went through?
Mr. Grey has once again proved that love conquers all, being bipolar does not mean the end of life. With the right person by your side you can put your demons to rest. Fisher and JD are wonderful and both come into the relationship with secrets and problems but what they do to overcome them is something you need to read for yourself.