Sotto copertura

Sotto copertura Un libro della serie Sotto copertura L agente di polizia Gabriel Carter non abbandona mai un incarico Intende fare tutto ci che in suo potere per arrivare a un arresto anche andare sotto copertura e

  • Title: Sotto copertura
  • Author: Hayley B. James Ernesto Pavan
  • ISBN: 9781613729472
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • Un libro della serie Sotto copertura L agente di polizia Gabriel Carter non abbandona mai un incarico Intende fare tutto ci che in suo potere per arrivare a un arresto, anche andare sotto copertura e prostituirsi con il nome di Ty Riesce a sedurre il suo obiettivo, Demetrius Prado, un trafficante di esseri umani e il secondo uomo pi potente di Las Vegas, ma il grecoUn libro della serie Sotto copertura L agente di polizia Gabriel Carter non abbandona mai un incarico Intende fare tutto ci che in suo potere per arrivare a un arresto, anche andare sotto copertura e prostituirsi con il nome di Ty Riesce a sedurre il suo obiettivo, Demetrius Prado, un trafficante di esseri umani e il secondo uomo pi potente di Las Vegas, ma il greco si rivela completamente diverso da come lui se lo era aspettato Pi cose Gabriel apprende su Demetrius, pi le rivelazioni e i misteri si intrecciano in un caso complesso che conduce al rivale dell uomo, Arden, e ancora oltre Il caso pieno di false identit e di menzogne che coprono altre menzogne, e Gabriel sa che non potr mai affidare a Demetrius la vita e men che meno il cuore.

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    1. When it comes to undercover m/m story, the best that I have read is Laura Baumbach and Josh Lanyon's Mexican Heat. The summary in this one, makes me feel intrigued to read it.Unfortunately, I don't feel as satisfied. The back and forth secret that Demetrius gives to Ty annoys me after I reach about 1/2 of the book. It's a little bit hard for me to believe that Demetrius falls in love with Ty, with the way he treats Ty (including making him participate in a pet game, where Ty is being fuc*ed by a [...]

    2. Trainwreck. This m/m romantic suspense about an undercover cop working as a rentboy in order to get close to one of the honchos in a human trafficking ring was extremely convoluted. The plot had as many holes as loops, no one behaved consistently or believably, and I never came to care what happened to the main characters. Be warned that there's noncon and a complete absence of lube.

    3. 4 starsThis was my first book by Hayley B. James and it won't be my last. Anything with cops or crime bosses or anything of the sort is right down my alley.I really enjoyed this. I loved the twists and turns and never really knowing who anyone was until the end and even then I still wasn't sure. I loved the back and forth between Ty and Demetrius. There was no instalove here! Nice change. It was interesting to see all the different sides to each character and how much they change from start to e [...]

    4. That was f'ing fantastic and f'ing underrated. I really, really enjoyed it and was thoroughly entertained. It deserves a much higher rating compared to some of the other overrated shit this genre comes up with. For me it was a pleasure to read.d reallyat's all that matters. My gratitude is always immense for all of my good reading journeys.

    5. I found the plot idea appealing — an undercover cop reluctantly falling in love with the target of his investigation is a fascinating premise with loads of heavy conflicts both internal and external waiting to happen. Some of the characterizations were pretty good, first and foremost Demetrius. He’s like those Russian Matryoshka dolls, layer upon layer of different personalities and backstories. His character is to act out of character, make erratic moves and decisions, irrational and growin [...]

    6. This book is brutal. It’s disturbing, and at times, difficult to read. There is a ton of violence, and although most is done off page, the reality is there in every action. It’s believable and it made me think about the things that have to be done by undercover officers in order to survive. This is not a pretty story. The undercover situation is human trafficking, one of the sickest and most disturbing criminal activities I can think of. You all know how much I love danger and death-defiance [...]

    7. This was an incredible book. Not only was it amazingly sexy, but it stood up as a really good crime drama too. This will be a book I re-read. It is so rare to find a book of this calibre in the romance genre. This book felt a bit like a Lee Child book with the amount of twists, turns & convoluted plot.Highly recommended for lovers of good crime drama but this isn't a light fluffy romance or straight erotica. There is a story to get your teeth into with this one.

    8. Started off strong, then lost me around the 30% mark. This story had so much potential but fell victim to its convoluted plot and uneven characterization. Even though I made it to the end, I'm still not sure what happened.

    9. EhhNot bad, I guess, but stillIt just doesn't seem really realistic to me. The characterization just seemedcredibly off. And the entire thing just seems like a weird parallel universe (would anyone really pay with a thousand dollar bill?). And the prose is just stiff enough that the inconsistencies and weirdness in the characterization really stands out. This seems like a not-as-good version of Mexican Heat to me, especially the random revelation thing towards the end-ish. (view spoiler)[A coupl [...]

    10. Aww, I'm not sure if I want to laugh or cry at this book. Now before I start this review, I must warn you that this book deals with a strong issue (Human Trafficking) and some might not like this book. It is definitely not for everyone.Undercover Sins is the first Hayley B. James book I have read and it will not be my last. It was a very good read and I had a somewhat good time reading it. I loved the romance in this book and was happy with the couple. I could not really say it was a book you co [...]

    11. I listened to the audio book of this one and I must say, while it was mostly good, the laugh and simulated sex sounds the narrater immitated annoyed me so much that I made the audio book go faster (so the laughter was shorter) and might not have connected with the character (especially Dim) as much as I would have needed to to really root for them in this hard to swallow but well written tale. This book had many twits and turns and the reader didn't know until the very end what the real truth wa [...]

    12. I enjoyed the story ok, but there were a few issues. First off, the dialogue was extremely stilted and weird. People just don't talk so formally in real life, especially if they're scum-sucking criminals. And there was no differentiation between characters' voices at all, not even the one main woman character (yes, I said one). So that was the first and probably the biggest issue. The second "problem" was the so-called relationship between Ty and Demetrius. Talk about weird. I just didn't get th [...]

    13. What to say about this book. I have to wonder if it wasn't the theme of human trafficking that cause some of my angst. I am glad I stuck with it. I will stay away from the plot for the most part so as not to give anything away. You should be as tortured as I was reading this.There are a ton of plot twists that keep you guessing all the way to the end. The main characters, Demetrius and Ty, are terrific together. How they managed to see through their individual facades to the person below is amaz [...]

    14. An undercover officer spends three months as a rent boy, just to get close to his biggest enemy – a human trafficker. He won’t walk away from an assignment, especially one that means so much to him but soon he realizes that he could be in too deep. He enjoyed sex with his target more than he could forgive himself for – was he playing a role, or being played?A very surprising and fast-paced read with so many unexpected twists and turns. I couldn’t put this down as the relationship between [...]

    15. 2.75 StarsThere is a point where you know a book Iis simply not for you. My breaking point was somewhere around 50%Things that broke me.1. The use of "pet" never my favorite. even for the greater good. 2. The concept of "sharing is caring" but, weirdly enough he was sweet afterwords to him. So I though I could learn to like it. But.dley I did not.3. The writing, felt a little mechanicalI have know idea why? Maybe it was the theme. *shrug* dunnobut what I do know is this book was not for me. do I [...]

    16. My reaction throughout the book:I was kept in a constant state of skepticism. I didn't know who's who, who's not. Is Demetrius really bad, is Ty/Gabriel really good? Is there a right or wrong when your quest is for the ultimate good, for the betterment for the whole? (Look to the above image for my answer)All in a all I was ripping through the pages, to get to the bottom of this. Fellow users, this was a good read :)

    17. Synopsis:Police officer Gabriel Carter refuses to walk away from an assignment without seeing it through. So when he goes into deep cover as a male prostitute named Ty, he intends to do everything in his power to see his case to an arrest. He seduces his mark, Demetrius Prado, the second most powerful man in Las Vegas and a human trafficker, but the man is nothing like he expected.The more Gabriel learns about Demetrius, the more twists and turns are thrown his way in the convoluted case leading [...]

    18. Right, so I still have 68 pages left and, God help me, I DO want to know how this ends, but this book has been an exercise in torture and I need a break. Between the plot holes big enough to sail an ocean liner through, the inane, childish and repetitive conversations (seriously, I just read a paragraph that I swore I'd already read three times), the weird dialogue (WHAT is with the whole 'humans' reference??) and the storyline that at times make zero sense, I just want to beat the characters' h [...]

    19. Just too unrealistic, both Demetrius and Ty do not behave true to their characters. Even though after the Big Reveal, I'm supposed to understand why Demetrius doesn't behave like Las Vegas' No. 2 criminal who trafficks humans for the vice trade, I didn't. Instead, I was left wondering how he ever survived if he was such a softie.Unlike Ami, I wasn't put off by Demetrius allowing Ty (his 'pet' for the night) to be fucked by Arden's pet. This incident, I thought, was in keeping with the nasty, dan [...]

    20. I loved this book. This story had all the ingredients for a 5 star read for me --- engaging, sexy, alpha males, undercover FBI and cops, nail-biting suspense, dark, dark underworld criminal activity, and a can’t keep track of the good guys/bad guys bait and switch by the author. Ty, real name Gabriel, goes undercover to entice human trafficker, Demetrius, in order to get close to him, and ultimately arrest him and break the back of his operation. Of course, this would not go smoothly, and Ty i [...]

    21. Spoiler Ahead This was a pretty good book and a bit confusing at times. Police officer Gabriel Carter refuses to walk away from an assignment without seeing it through. So when he goes into deep cover as a male prostitute named Ty. he spends three months trying to get close to Demetrius Prado, the second most powerful man in Las Vegas and a human trafficker, but the man is nothing like he expected. Demetrius and his bodyguard Lee are really under FBI agents who are trying to take down the big bo [...]

    22. Closer to a 3.5/3.75ish than a 4, but rounded up.Well this was an interesting bucket of things.From others reviews and comments, I had expected this to be boundary pushing, but for me it wasn't really at all. I did enjoy it, but I think there were just too many faults with it for me to love it. The police procedures and things of that nature were so incredibly off that it kept dragging me out of the story in a, "that would never happen" kind of way. Luckily, I'm not someone who has to have reali [...]

    23. So ridiculous and over the top that it kind of becomes accidentally humourous - you don't so much have to suspend disbelief as put it in a locked box and completely forget about it. Everybody's Beautiful! Refractory Period Is For Peasants! Lube Doesn't Exist! Overcome By Lust! This Plothole Could Swallow The Galaxy!It's like a very porny yaoi manga, and it could have been really fun if you read it with this fact in mind. Unfortunately, it comes with the No = Yes trope, and other Consent Is For O [...]

    24. The book has excellent character development and interaction. If I am enjoying everything else about a book, I can usually forgive a few things like the lack of lube. As for police procedure, I guess I myself don't know a whole lot about it to know if it was totally incorrect (the book is fiction afterall). It reminded me some of the TV series Dark Blue on TNT. They are undercover cops and sometimes have to cross a line of the law to get done what needs to be done.

    25. Simply one of the best M/M books I've ever read. The characters are perfectly developed and I bet you will remember Demtrius for a long time.The story is dark and violent but yet so captivating.Highly recommended!

    26. This had me going back and forth guessing. Psycho or not psycho. It was raw and intense in some areas. I had to break up the reading with something else because I wanted to knock some heads together.

    27. This book has more plot turns than the Alp d'Huez. I thought Ty a bit naive at times, well maybe not naive but a bit too soft/ squeamish. He is a cop, worked and lived in LV all his life, surely he has toughened up more? All in all not a bad read. One niggle: no use of lube

    28. Oh dear god. I don't even know where to start. A friend lent me her copy of the audiobook. If I had paid for this, I would have demanded my money back. This is easily one of the most painful, cringe-worthy books I've 'listened' to in a long time. Where to start? The narrator is amateur and about as consistent as the book: flat monotone or giving overly enthusiastic moans. But gods in heaven, if I ever have to hear that forced laugh again, my ears will bleed. There is so much laughing in this nov [...]

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