Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure


(A Nice Guys Novel, Book 2)

Deputy United States Marshal Mitch Knox apprehends fugitives for a living. His calm, cool, collected attitude and devastatingly handsome good looks earn him a well-deserved bad boy reputation, both in the field and out. While away on an assignment, he blows off some steam at a notorious Dallas nightclub. Solving the case that has plagued him for months takes a sudden backseat to finding out all there is to know about the gorgeous, shy blond sitting alone at the bar.

Texas State Trooper Cody Turner is moving up the ranks, well on his way to his dream of being a Texas Ranger. While on a two-week mandatory vacation, he plans to relax and help out on his family’s farm. Mitch is the last distraction Cody needs, but the tatted up temptation that walks into the bar and steals his baseball cap is too hard to ignore.

As Mitch’s case gains nationwide attention, how will he convince the sexy state trooper that giving him a chance won’t jeopardize his life’s plan…especially when the evil he’s tracking brings the hate directly to his doorstep, threatening more than just their careers.

Full Disclosure is a contemporary MM Romance with strong male leads. The second in a series, each can be read as a standalone story. Contains mystery and suspense. If you enjoy what you read, email me your thoughts.

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Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure

Nice Guys, Book 2

♡  Excerpt  ♡


Ten minutes later, Mitch was showered and dressed when he opened the bedroom door in a huff. His booted feet thudded across the hardwood floor as he entered the room. He dropped his bag on the small kitchen table and ate up the distance between himself and the sink where Cody stood washing dishes.

“That was fast,” Cody said, looking at him over his shoulder, splashing the suds from his hands.

“New rule. Kisses in the morning, then shower. You in the shower would have been better,” Mitch said, wrapping both arms around Cody and hugging him tight. That bulge in his jeans grew more solid as he rubbed against Cody’s blue jean covered ass.

“How’s your ass? Sore this morning?” Cody asked.

“I meant what I said last night,” Mitch said, ignoring the question. While he was in the shower, he realized he didn’t have the time to wine and dine a response out of Cody. He wished he’d had a solid week here with Cody to get things settled between them, because there was absolutely no telling when he’d be back.

“Are you sure?” Cody questioned. He’d gone completely still and turned in Mitch’s arms. His own instinct had him tightening his hold.

“More so than I’ve ever been in my life,” Mitch said. Cody had an array of emotions crossing his handsome face until he pulled away. He couldn’t go far in the small kitchen, but he did put as much distance between them as he could.

Mitch turned with him, taking Cody’s place against the counter, and eyed him the whole time. Had he judged this situation incorrectly? He’d thought they were on pretty safe ground when he’d said those words last night. But in all honesty, he had no measure to go by. This was uncharted territory, emotions he’d never experienced before. His heart sank, and he forced himself to stay quiet. He wouldn’t rush Cody or push him, no matter how bad his heart began to ache.

Shit. So this is what rejection feels like.

“I made you a couple of biscuits with bacon. And a travel mug of coffee,” Cody said. His back was still to Mitch as he fumbled with the food.

Fuck the food. Mitch ran a hand over his face. Fuckin’ shit. Now he was going to have to leave like this.

“I love you, too,” Cody whispered very quietly, still facing away from him.

Mitch shifted his eyes to the back of Cody’s head. Had he heard that right?

“What did you say?” Mitch needed those words reinforced.

“You heard me,” Cody responded, and Mitch was across the kitchen, again at Cody’s back, wrapping him in his arms, tugging that hard body against his.

“Say it again,” Mitch said. It took a full minute for Cody to respond.

“I love you,” Cody said, and he worried his bottom lip as Mitch turned him around.

“Does that pain you?” Mitch asked. The words were exactly what he wanted, but the tone was off.