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Cold Fusion (An Iron Tornadoes MC Romance Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I must say this was my favourite book of the series so far. Again it was a nice quick read and was full of twists and turns.
I would have liked some more scenes between David and Mimi to buy into them a little more but the relationship between David and Toussaint was sweet and a real highlight.
Looking forward to Slider's story next and following this story through.
I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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David is a cop, and his first job is undercover for the police department, to try to take down a white supremacist group. He will be undercover as a bouncer at a strip club to try and get the evidence needed to take them down. Plus there is a mole in the department, because of this, the department has had major problems getting what they need. I think I have a pretty good idea on just who that mole is also. I'm not going to say though :)
Mimi, is forced to become a mother to her 10 yr old nephew after her sister overdoses. Toussaint, is that 10 year old. She's Haitian, and David is instantly attracted to her. He calls it Cold Fusion. When told the truth about him, will she help him, or will she snitch and run? You'll just have to read to find out.
I did wish that there was more of a reunion scene between David and Brian, and his sister, instead of just a couple sentences. But was still a good read.
I have been eagerly following this series since the first book by Olivia Rigal. It was great to finally get the backstory of David and how he met the woman that he loved. Although the books don't necessarily need to be read in order I found that I enjoyed it more because I already knew some of the background of the characters that were shared in this book.
I loved the relationship between David and Mimi, and finally knowing how it came to the point that David was presumed dead and went into hiding. It also gave a good accounting of things the events that were hinted at in the first two books.
It was a short, enjoyable read.