Book: Armed But Not Dangerous - to love (Cops In Love Book 2) by B.L. Wilsoncategories: Book, Homosexual Suspense, Black Suspense, African-American Lesbian Suspense, Queer Suspense, Queer Police Cozy, Queer Thriller, Lesbian Thriller, Romantic Lesbian Thriller, Romantic Homosexual Thriller, Queer Romantic Thriller, Black Lesbian Thriller, Lesbian Suspense
B.L. Wilsonabout this book: Have you ever wanted a do-over on your job? Maybe you wanted to undo a major mistake you made when you first began your career. Most of us remember those newbie days. How awkward we felt until we learned the rhyme and rhythm of the work we were hired to do. Maybe we spoke out at staff meetings when we should have shut up and listened. Or we took the boss at his word when he says does anybody have any questions?
We think, here's our chance to show what we know. Of course, it's greatly overwhelmed by how much we don't know.
We peppered the boss with a series of questions our supervisor wouldn't answer for good reason. They were stupid questions that if we did the assigned work, we'd find the answers. At the staff meeting, we just embarrassed our supervisor and our co-workers as well as ourself. Now everybody besides us and our supervisor knows how incredibly dumb we are. They think: We can't be trusted. We don't listen. We don't obey office norms. And if we don't cool off, we will be gone before our supervisor can spit on the sidewalk outside.
Got that image in your head? Okay now imagine you don't have just any job. You are a newbie detective. You work for robbery homicide. This is your first murder case. A biological father murders his daughter's adoptive parents. You arrest him for murder. He escapes prison and kills his ex-girlfriend who is the girl's biological mother then he kidnaps the daughter. He remains at-large. It's all because you didn't tie the case down, make sure he couldn't escape and kill again.
For five long years, you play the "what if game" as you search for him on your vacations and your days off. You finally track him down. Now what? Do you arrest him again and hope he doesn't escape again? Or do you end his life then he'll never hurt another child again?
I wanted to go through this process when I wrote Armed But Not Dangerous To Love (Cops In Love Series/Volume 2). I do hope you like the results.
what to read next: if you read and liked this book...
Other books by B.L. Wilson (more)
Video: Armed But Not Dangerous by B.L. Wilson
• Book Review: Bed 4 Sale - but integrity isn’t by B.L. Wilson|
• Book Review: The Doctor Is In - River’s Bank, a small town full of big love by B.L. Wilson|
|show list of all published reviews | subscribe to the feed|
|Home | Contact | Legal Notice | Impressum||Book Promotion | Do you like askDavid.com? | Boost Your Karma|
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.